CENTER Parcs has cancelled all holiday bookings due to the UK lockdown.
From today, the new restrictions prohibit any leisure travel across the UK, including to holiday parks.
All Center Parcs holidays have been cancelled until at least next month[/caption]
They will stay closed until at least February 18, although this may be extended if the lockdown is extended.
In a statement, Center Parcs said: “Following the update from the Prime Minister last night (4 Jan) it is clear we must extend the closure of all our UK villages until at least 18 February 2021.
“We understand that the next update from the Government is 15 February and we will take a further review following this.
“Our decisions throughout the pandemic continue to be with the priority of keeping our guests and staff as safe as possible.
The parks will remain closed until at least February 18[/caption]
“All guests impacted by the closure period will receive an email from us today (5 January) with instructions on how to cancel activities & restaurant reservations and how to reschedule with a discount to the value of £100 or cancel with a full refund.”
Center Parcs reopened last summer after being forced to close for four months due to the pandemic.
They also introduced their new treehouse accommodation, featuring luxury outdoor hot tubs and private saunas.
The parks originally hoped to open again on January 7 after closing over Christmas, but have been forced to stay shut.
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