Many assume holiday parks are all about family getaways with lots of cheesy entertainment.
But contrary to popular belief, there are plenty of budget-friendly options for those looking for relaxing breaks too.
Bridge Leisure has four special holiday packages for those who haven’t tried holiday parks before – and prices start at £15pp.
One of these bundles is called the “Recharge Break” and promises couples and groups time to unwind.
Along with their stays, guests get two bottles of wine and pamper hampers including foot masks and skincare.
Alternatively, those looking to chill out and explore nature can try the “Great Outdoor” bundle.
These punters get complimentary packed lunches they can take with them on hikes or activity-based days out.
The “Houndtastic Holidays” offer is also bound to be popular with Brits.
It allows holidaymakers to bring their dog along for the fun.
Dog treats, toys and a bottle of pooch-friendly “Pupsecco” is also thrown into the bundle.
Guests will also be provided with a guide of pubs, spas and walking trails that cater to four-legged friends.
Finally, there’s a “Treat your Tots” package for families.
They’re great for off-peak trips when older kids are at school – as little ones get the run of parks.
You also won’t need to worry about having cot, highchair and other facilities.
And there are free events and teddy bears thrown into the deal too!
CEO of Bridge Leisure Andrew Howe said: “We are already seeing a huge demand for peak dates which is great news, but there are a huge amount of people out there that want to actively avoid going away during school holidays.
"The fact is that many people without kids or with young kids may be used to traveling oversea for their holidays but can't at the moment.
"The off peak breaks are a way to get people who may never have been to a holiday park before to see it isn’t all about bingo and knobbly knees.
“Over the last year we have had so many people stay with us who had never stayed at a UK holiday park and were amazed at the quality of the modern caravans and lodges and the amenities for tourers."
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