Haven Parks is welcoming vacationers again this week, but guests will notice some changes.
Most of their 40 holiday parks across the UK reopened their doors on Monday April 12th after lockdown restrictions were lifted.
Families are welcome in England’s coastal parks, but there will be some restrictions.
Coronavirus restrictions currently only allow one household to go out together until May 16, if that increases.
Self-catering breaks are only available and some facilities are available oasis remains closed – each park can have different facilities that are open to guests.
A oasis The spokesman said: “We look forward to bringing families back to our English parks in April for a well-deserved coastal break.
“Following the announcement of the timetable in connection with the extension of the VAT reduction until September, we have seen steady bookings in the last few days in the summer months, as the trust of the guests is returning.”
All accommodations are open, but Haven can only accommodate one household per unit. According to government guidelines, a household can contain support bladders.
Restaurants and bars are open, but limited to outdoor areas.
You need to reserve your tables in cafes and restaurants through the restaurant My haven app or online and must be reserved in advance.
Most of the facilities and activities in Haven are carried out (unless otherwise noted), including:
- Indoor and outdoor pools
- Indoor and outdoor activities
- Outdoor restaurants and bars
Swimming lessons must also be booked in advance. The slots open a week before guests’ stay.
The following are not open during this time:
- Show bars
- Eating indoors
- Creative activities
- Indoor game
- Airspace at Combe Haven and Blue Dolphin
- Target shooting in the Primrose Valley
- Aqua playgrounds in swimming pools
- Inner slides and channels
- Indoor SplashZones in swimming pools and the Outdoor SplashZone in Marton Mere
- Outdoor pools at Berwick and Wild Duck for breaks through April 18th
- Rockley Park swimming pools for breaks through April 29th
Check in and cleanliness
The guests now check into the park after a contactless process.
In the parks, only 40 percent of the guests can be in the park at a time for social distancing to take place.
“Since reopening after the long lockdown last year, we have put in place a number of measures to help our guests feel safe and secure in our parks,” added a oasis Representative.
“This process starts with our contactless check-in process, which allows guests to quickly reach their self-contained accommodation without much interaction. Then when they find their trailer they find it was sealed before arrival and since then Cleaning is no longer accessible. “
In the parks, the cleaning teams and the time spent cleaning caravans have increased.
New measures have also been introduced that include antiviral cleaning materials and the additional cleaning of high point of contact areas in both vacation homes and public areas of the park.
Social distancing measures, as well as public hand sanitization units, will persist in all public places to ensure guests, owners, and team members feel safe.
Haven is currently offering breaks from £ 149 in 2021.
The summer holidays start at £ 749 for seven days. The cheapest family getaways start at £ 99.
You can view all the offers and book vacations in Haven by visiting their website Here.
As part of their Haven Promise, all guests are protected by Haven’s Book with Confidence Guarantee, which allows guests to postpone or cancel their break at no additional cost if Covid-19 is affected.
Haven also offers a trailer cleanliness guarantee, which gives guests a full refund if they enter their vacation home and find that it has not been cleaned to the high level they expected.
As one of the UK’s leading family vacation companies oasis Own and operate 40 award-winning family holiday parks across England, Scotland and Wales.
They offer a full program of activities and entertainment and are located next to some of the UK’s finest beaches and brightest resorts. This makes them an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area.