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Bridge Leisure offers four themed holiday packages

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UK holiday park group, Bridge Leisure, has launched themed holiday packages to suit those looking for off peak breaks this year.

The parks group — which offers touring and camping holidays, self catering breaks and holiday home ownership at its nine sites in Cornwall, Devon, Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Moray and Ayrshire — has launched four off-peak packages: Great Outdoors, Houndtastic Holidays, Treat your Tots and the Recharge package.

Bridge Leisure has seen a huge demand for peak time holidays, with many of its parks sold out in high season. These new, value-added packages are aimed at those who are able to get away outside of the busier periods.

  • The Great Outdoors package is aimed at those wanting to explore the great outdoors surrounding the parks — guests who book this package will be able to enjoy a freshly prepared packed lunch and a takeaway hot drink on each day of their break, plus a free guide to the best walks and outdoor pursuits in the local area
  • The Houndtastic Holidays package allows dogs to stay half price and also includes a welcome card addressed to the dog, treats, poo bags, a ball, a bottle of 'Pupsecco', use of a large dog cushion and a guide to local dog walks, dog-friendly attractions and restaurants
  • The Treat your Tots break will suit families with pre-school children and will give guests access to a cot and highchair, a free teddy bear and a guide containing all the best things to see and do in and around the park with young children
  • Finally, the Recharge Break is aimed at those in need of rest and relaxation. Guests booking through this package will receive two bottles of wine, a pamper hamper containing sheet face masks, foot masks, lip balm, eye gel pads, hand cream and a guide to the best local restaurants, cafes, pubs and shopping locations.

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.

"Many of our holiday parks are set in stunning rural locations, many are smaller parks without busy complexes. They provide a relaxing, affordable way to take a break in UK and explore the surrounding area. The value added packages are a great way of appealing to different groups who may not have considered staying with us before as well as giving a little extra to those who are already lovers of the a great British holiday park break.”

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