Bookings peak at Parkdean Resorts for half term escapes

Parkdean Resorts, the nation’s leading holiday park operator, is preparing for a bumper May Half Term after a spike of bookings in the last few weeks.

Perhaps buoyed by the stunning weather over Easter, bookings for May Half Term at Parkdean Resorts’ 66 parks have skyrocketed, surging by a massive 204% since April 1st, while a 216% increase in searches suggests that even more people are considering a holiday at Parkdean Resorts than before.

These booking figures come hot on the heels of a bumper Easter for Parkdean – the first Easter in three years that parks had been allowed to open – as tens of thousands of guests soaked up the sunshine to make the most of everything the parks, and the UK’s finest beauty spots, had to offer.

With the Jubilee Bank Holiday coming up, holidays are selling fast across the country as families look to take advantage of the double bank holiday and enjoy a week’s holiday for only three days off work. Families can celebrate the bank holiday weekend for just £259 at Sandy Bay in Northumberland, or £269 at Cherry Tree in Great Yarmouth.

Customer feedback scores for the year to date provide a ringing endorsement for the hard work that Parkdean Resorts’ teams have been putting in to help holidaymakers create amazing memories, with record Q1 scores across Facebook (4.4 out of 5), Google and Reevoo (4.3 out of 5), and Tripadvisor (4.1 out of 5).

These scores follow record feedback results in 2021, demonstrating that Parkdean’s teams are continuing to provide fantastic service in 2022.

CEO Steve Richards stated, “Bookings for May Half Term have gone through the roof after the brilliant Easter we had. Families are having a fantastic time at our parks and keep coming back for more, which is not just great news for us, but also for the local economies we’re part of, as it means more people spending their money in local shops, attractions, pubs and restaurants.”