Those keen to holiday in the UK after 13 weeks of lockdown will be pleased top know that Haven caravan parks will reopen on July 6.
But guests should expect a raft of changes to protect against coronavirus writes the Mirror.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced today that all camping and caravan sites can reopen from July 4 but they have to show that parks have employed measures to protect guests from coronavirus.
And Haven has already revealed its measures ahead of reopening.
Haven’s Director of Guest and Proposition, Gerard Tempest told Sun Online Travel : “The experience has changed from when guests first arrive at the park.
“When it comes to cleaning, we’ll have new teams of cleaning who are regularly cleaning high-touch areas like door handles and we’ll also provide PPE to the teams cleaning the caravans.
“Once they have finished cleaning it for a new guest, we will seal the caravan across the door and we will tell guests that if the seal is broken they should not enter.”
Takeaway food must be ordered via an app and visitors will be given a time to collect.
And of utmost importance to mums and dads will be the pool, play areas and entertainment with Haven saying that those who have already booked with them for this year will be able to enjoy the play areas and restaurants if they reopen.
But if guests fancy a different kind of Haven holiday, the firm is offering a discounted version of its ‘Hideaway’ holidays which won’t include access to its range off facilities including pools, pubs, restaurants, play areas, entertainment or activities.
On site supermarkets and laundrettes will be open as normal however.