The Bunn Leisure Selsey holiday complex has announced it is to welcome day visitors from next month, following a £14m refurbishment of its seven seafront parks and holiday villages.
Park owner Cove UK has confirmed non-residents will be able to visit the resort’s Waterfront Quays Oasis Bay, mini golf course, restaurants and arcade for the first time as of 4 October.
“We are delighted to be able to open our Bunn Leisure resort park to day visitors,” said Cove UK managing director Mark Seaton. “It’s been a very hard year for everyone in hospitality especially in terms of Covid and the challenges around recruitment.”
“Whilst we hope to have given all our holidaymakers and owners the best experience in 2021, we have not been able to offer our facilities to non-holidaymakers and non-owners until now.”
The investment saw extensive renovations to the park’s offering, including the megasplash waterslide, lazy river and wave rider in Oasis Bay, the addition of a 20ft high soft play area, and the installation of new interactive titles in the arcade.
“We hope that the local community enjoys the exciting new activities and improvements we have made to the park,” added Seaton.