Park Resorts are the largest Holiday Park operator on the South Coast of England.
Why would I need to call the Park Resorts Contact Number?
- 1 Why would I need to call the Park Resorts Contact Number?
- 2 Park Resorts Head Office Address and Opening Hours
- 3 UK Family Breaks with Park Resorts
- 4 Ways to Holiday with Park Resorts
- 5 Holidays
- 6 Touring
- 7 Camping
- 8 Ownership
- 9 FAQ’s
- 10 Do all Park Resorts allow dogs?
- 11 Are Park Resorts safe for toddlers and small children?
- 12 How can I make a complaint to Park Resorts?
- 13 Are Park Resorts and Haven the same company?
- 14 Who owns Park Resorts?
- 15 About Park Resorts
- To pay for your holiday
- To inquire about certain parks and areas surrounding them
- To complain about an aspect of your trip
- To find out more about the facilities at the holiday park you wish to go to
- To find out information about parks across the UK
|Park Resorts||Phone Number|
|Head Office||0844 248 2651|
|Customer Services||0844 248 2651|
|Complaints||0844 248 2651|
Park Resorts Head Office Address and Opening Hours
|2nd-3rd floor, Swan Court, Waterhouse St, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP1 1FN||Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm|
UK Family Breaks with Park Resorts
Park Resorts offer great breaks for the family with over 48 parks across the UK. All parks range in facilities and location, and both indoor and outdoor swimming pools can be found at the majority of resorts. Park also offer a buy now, pay later scheme for those who may struggle to pay for their holiday upfront. For more information on the facilities and on the schemes available to you, ring the number above or visit the Park Resorts website.
Below is a list of the areas in which Park own resorts:
In Devon, Park own the Bideford Bay resort. It sits on the shore of Barnstable Bay on the Heritage Coast. It’s 15 minutes from Clovelly and boasts fantastic views of the coastline.
East Anglia and Lincolnshire
In this region, there are 8 parks and resorts. Their most famous in this area is the Heacham Beach park, which sits on the coast and has 5* reviews from customers.
7 Holiday Parks owned by Parks reside in Essex, the majority of which sit on the coastline. Waterside, in Maldon, is great for a watersports holidays for the whole family.
The Isle of White
In The Isle of White, Park Resorts own 4-holiday sites. Thorness Bay sits at the most North point of the Isle and offers extensive views of the countryside and the ocean.
Kent and Sussex
Ashcroft and Shurland Dale are two of the most popular resorts in this region and sit near the coastline.
Two of the sites owned by Parks Resort sit with direct views of Lake Windemere and are in close proximity to local amenities.
North West & North East
These two regions have 7 parks between them, varying in location and facilities
Ways to Holiday with Park Resorts
There are four ways in which you can holiday with Park Resorts, we’ve listed them below:
This year, Park has been nominated for The British Travel Award because of their great holiday destinations. Their family caravan sites see at least 1.5 million each year and are great for the value. If you’d like to know the prices of some of the caravans on offer, ring the number above or visit the Park website to see what deals they can offer you within your holiday budget. Whether you’re looking for a 3-day weekend trip, or for a full two week holiday for you and the family, Park can offer you a range of holidays to suit your needs. If you don’t want to stay in a caravan, Park also offers lodges and bungalows, as well as glamping options.
If you have a touring caravan, you can visit any site in the UK for a fixed price. For more information on touring Park Resorts, ring the number above or visit the Park website.
There is a range of sites that offer camping and glamping facilities, ring the number above or visit the Park website for more information on Camping in Park UK resorts
Park offers customers to buy homes in order to rent to Park customers. Prices range and are usually upwards of £8000. For more information on how this process works, ring the number above or head on over to the Park Resorts website.
Do all Park Resorts allow dogs?
If you’re staying in Bronze, Silver, Silver Plus or Gold lodgings with Park, your dog is welcome to come with you on your holiday. Dogs are allowed at all of the Park Resorts except for Eyemouth Holiday Park. Park understand that dogs are part of the family, and deserve holidays themselves.
Are Park Resorts safe for toddlers and small children?
Children of all ages are welcome at Park Resorts, with some holidays parks having activities and play areas that cater for young children. Park have also introduced a childcare system at Southview, Lower Hyde and Whitecross Bay parks. The group is for children aged between 2 and 8 years and are priced at £10 per session. The sessions run from March to October and can be booked by ringing the number above or by visiting the Park Resorts website.
How can I make a complaint to Park Resorts?
If you wish to make a complaint after your holiday is over about the process od booking or your stay, you can ring the number above and we will connect you to a member of the customer service team. If you’re still on your holiday and wish to make a complaint against noise or anything else, there is security on-site at most of Park Resorts holiday sites.
Are Park Resorts and Haven the same company?
Although both Park and Haven are similar companies, they operate completely separately from each other. Park resorts, however, is a merger of two previous holiday resort companies, which kept the Park name.
Who owns Park Resorts?
ABN AMRO runs and owns Park Resorts. They purchased the company in March 2004 and merged it with another holiday company. ABN kept the Park name and refreshed the brand by acquiring new sites and refreshing their websites and headquarters.
About Park Resorts
Park Resorts was created in March 2001, and operates over 40-holiday parks in the UK. Park currently employ over 3000 people and see over 1 million visitors each year. In 2004, the company was sold to ABN AMRO for £165m, and in 2008 Park was crowned the number one holiday park resort company in the UK.