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.
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.