Camping, caravan & staycations: Center Parcs, Butlins, Parkdean & Haven holiday updates

Center Parcs

Center Parcs has announced plans to reopen all of its holiday parks from April 12.

This includes Sherwood Forest, Elveden Forest, Longleat Forest, Whinfell Forest and Woburn Forest.

However, it notes this will be confirmed by the Government on April 5.

“All guests due to visit on breaks prior to April 12 should have already received an email from us with instructions on how to cancel activities and restaurants and how to reschedule or cancel,” reads a statement on the Center Parcs website.

“All guests impacted by a closure will have the option to change dates with £100 discount or cancel and claim a full refund.”

For guests who are able to travel from April 12, the holiday park has warned some amenities and services will not be available due to Government guidelines.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming guests to our lodges but hotel rooms and apartments will be unavailable,” explains Center Parcs.

“Only one household will be permitted per lodge.

“Our restaurants will operate a collection and delivery service, we also hope to have our terraces open.”

Some indoor and outdoor activities will be available to book, and the holiday park says its spa will be open.

However, the Subtropical Swimming Paradise will not be open during this time.

“As the Subtropical Swimming Paradise will be closed during your break, you will receive a discount based on the size of your booked accommodation if you wish to continue with your break,” states Center Parcs.

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