Published on : Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Back-to-nature holiday brand Landal GreenParks has expanded its growing UK portfolio with the addition of a three new holiday resorts. The company continues to be one of the fastest growing lodge holiday brands in the UK and capitalise on the surge in demand for staycation holidays.
Welcomed into the group are Landal Barton Pines in Devon, Landal Rockingham Forest in Northamptonshire and Landal Vale of Usk in Monmouthshire – the first holiday resort in Wales – and brings the number of parks to ten across the UK since their launch in 2017.
Landal Rockingham Forest’s £12 million development opened to guests at the end of May and is the largest holiday park to open in 2021 with 56 lodges. Landal Barton Pines includes 48 luxury apartments, suites and lodges with offering stunning countryside views and only a short distance away from Paignton and the Torquay coast.
Guests can enjoy an onsite spa, indoor pool and gym, as well as a bistro style restaurant. Situated in the gateway of Wales, work is underway at Landal Vale of Usk to develop the greenfield location into a stunning wellness retreat, with design-led lodges due to open in autumn 2021. Plans for the future are also set to include a state-of-the-art conference centre and spa facilities.
Paul Hardingham, Managing Director, Landal GreenParks UK said in a statement that the company is delighted to welcome the latest additions to the Landal family. He mentioned that when they brought the concept to the UK, they were confident it would appeal to British holidaymakers, as there wasn’t anything offering the same experience, but they have been astounded by the popularity our current locations.
He shared that the next stage for the company was to add more resorts within the UK to build on the successes, so the company is pleased to announce plans for three new locations this year and have more in the pipeline for the near future. He mentioned that it has been a challenging 18 months for the industry, but it is evident that a holiday which bring guests closer to nature and give them the chance to explore the diverse outdoor space in the UK is exactly what guests want right now.