Haven unveils visuals as £100m investment starts to roll out

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£100 million is a lot to spend and Haven will be doing just that over the coming months to redevelop their holiday park offering. Last week the company unveiled some of the visuals of what visitors can expect to see this coming season.

Haven announced its £100m investment plan late last year and has already got stuck into its revamp schedule parks across the UK, with new concepts being tested at development sites around the country.
Last week the firm unveiled a series of artist impressions as to the new facilities, which are set to include a mixture of outdoor and indoor activities, its renowned Oodles family amusement centres,play areas, pool complexes and family-friendly adventures.
“For 2019,Haven will trial dynamic and innovative new concepts across five holiday parks for our holiday makers and holiday home owners to experience,” said guest and proposition director at Haven, Gerard Tempest.
These developments range from a huge all-action adventure village in Wales to a fun-filled water park in Norfolk, not forgetting the ultimate indoor activity area in Scotland.”
The Dragon Lakes Adventure Village in Hafan y Mor, Pwllheli, features a Segway driving experience, a mini 4×4 offroading adventure,an indoor soft play area an Oodles family amusements area.
The firm’s Seashore park in Great Yarmouth will see a new pool complex built in the upcoming months, including a flume tower,an aqua play area with giant tipping buckets, spray jets and slides, whilst in Ayr, at the Haven Craig Tara, visitors will be able to enjoy a state- of-the-art indoor activity area, with multiple climbing walls and interactive play areas, as well as a play village for children, and a Captain’s Crazy Golf course.
The Haven at Haggerston Castle in Beal will feature the firm favourite Oodles amusement centre alongside a new Garden Atrium inspired by the Eden Project, with all the redeveloped sites expected to open fully to the public by summer 2019. Another key bonus will be the interactive virtual reality experience.
“Over the last couple of years, we’ve focused heavily on understanding what our guests want to see from the Haven experience of the future and how we can bring this to life across all our parks,” added Tempest.
“This is the start of our journey to trial what Haven of the future looks like and ensures that we continue to give all our guests the best possible experience every time they stay with us.”


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