Parkdean Resorts, Britain’s largest holiday park operator, is to invest £50 million in new holiday lodges, retail and leisure facilities across its 73 resorts.

The company, which was recently bought by private equity firm Onex, has outlined the huge investment this week, reports the Daily Star.

In the South East, Camber Sands will be given a £1.8 million cash boost for new lodges, a revamped restaurant, soft play, splash zone, mini golf, adventure play area and sports court.

In the South West. White Acres, near Newquay, will be handed £1.6m for 22 new lakeside lodges. Elsewhere, there will be a £1.5m investment in 19 marina retreat lodges and a refurbished bar and lounge at Fallbarrow in the Lake District, as well as six new lodges at Warmwell in Dorset.

Sandy Bay in the north east is getting a £1.4m makeover with more accommodation, a refurbished restaurant plus a brand new bar and indoor play area.

Kessingland Beach in Suffolk will receive a restaurant revamp and more accommodation, along with Cayton Bay in Yorkshire which will see an upgraded restaurant, soft play and a new fish and chip takeaway.

Norfolk’s Vauxhall Holiday Park, which was recently acquired by Parkdean Resorts, will get new lodges and caravans, and in the Scottish Borders, there will be a full refurbishment of the entertainment complex at Eyemouth Holiday Park.

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