Haven’ly gates re-open for summer
Tuesday 22, March 2011
Haven Holidays re-opened their 35 UK holiday parks on March 18th. If you feel the need for some fresh sea breezes and to feel the sand between your toes, grab a break by the coast from as little as £99 per family and blow away the winter cobwebs.
Holidaymakers returning to Haven will be able to enjoy the benefits of a winter investment in excess of £55million in new facilities, improved venues and new holiday homes.
First for fun – check out the new lazy rivers at Weymouth Bay and Presthaven Sands and multi-lane slides in the pools at Devon Cliffs and Blue Dolphin. This year even more parks have improved their swimming pools as feedback from customers has shown how important the pool is to their holiday enjoyment.
Best for accommodation - Haven’s new eco-friendly holiday homes will help minimise still further your impact on the environment, using up to 45% less gas and electricity. Or book a super-swanky Platinum holiday home –click on www.devoncliffs-select and you can choose your view at Devon Cliffs.
Tops for tots – take advantage of value for money mid-week Spring breaks before your little ones reach school age. Activities include Annabel’s Creative Kitchen; ‘Little Cubs’ club; mini-sports coaching; Water Confidence sessions; character shows and other evening entertainment are all free of charge.
Free wi-fi! All Haven parks have free wi-fi, so if you want to share your holiday fun with your friends on facebook then don’t forget your laptop!
Greener than your average holiday park – Haven provide holiday homes for up to 600 non-paying guests – including many that fly in regularly from overseas. All Haven parks have bat and bird boxes installed as part of a green policy to encourage more wildlife to share their parks.
Mid-week Spring breaks start at £99 based on a family of up to six people in ‘Standard’ two-bedroom accommodation at a choice of coastal parks.
Click on www.haven.com
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