Haven and sister brand Warner Leisure Hotels have confirmed they are to open next month following the relaxation of lockdown that allows domestic travel in the UK from July 4.
Haven is to open its Haven Hideaway product, which offers caravan accommodation and take away food, in England from July 6.
Welsh parks will follow from July 13, and parks in Scotland from July 17.
Haven said: “We are pleased to announce that we will be welcoming holidaymakers back to our parks in England on Monday 6 July. We cannot wait to welcome guests and start the summer.
“We’ve been busy over the last few months, making sure our parks are safe and secure for everyone when we open. Our new Clean and Safe Charter has been designed to ensure we are protecting our guests in these uncertain times, and giving reassurance that all public areas and private caravans will be scrupulously clean whilst adopting social distancing guidelines in all public areas.
Guests due to arrive at Welsh or Scottish parks in early July will be contacted and offered the choice of rebooking to an alternative date or a full refund.
Warner Leisure Hotels confirmed it will open all but one of its hotels from July 27, in line with government guidelines. It said it was still waiting on guidance from the Welsh government on the opening of Bodelwyddan Castle.
Warner said: “This date has been chosen to allow us to fully implement all our new measures for your health, safety and enjoyment – they’re at the heart of everything we do. It gives us the time to restock our larders, fridges and bars, rearrange furniture for social distancing, and get fresh linen on the beds. Importantly, it’ll ensure our teams are well-equipped and trained, ready to welcome everyone back in the safest possible way.”
Fellow Bourne Leisure brand Butlin’s is yet to confirm its reopening date, but has said it will implement social distancing measures such as reducing the number of guests, and drive-through check-in.
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