Haven has announced it is to close all of its 18 holiday parks across England and Wales for the remainder of 2020, in response to the latest lockdown regulations.
The operator had previously extended its season until 30 November in order to recoup lost summer revenue, however the group will now close the sites until March next year.
“In light of current circumstances in England and Wales, we have made the difficult decision to close our English and Welsh parks for the remaining 2020 season for holidaymakers,” said a Haven spokesperson.
“If you are due to travel to our parks in 2020 then these changes mean that your break is affected.”
Those who have had their holidays cancelled will be able to either move the break to the 2021 season, transfer the cost to a Haven holding account to be redeemed against a future holiday, or cancel their booking and receive a full refund.
Though Welsh and English sites are closed, Haven’s Craig Tara and Seton Sands parks in Scotland will remain open under Level Three restrictions, however visitors from England and Wales will not be allowed to travel to either destinations.
“The safety and security of our holidaymakers, owners and team remains our number one priority,” added the park.