Center Parcs to further invest in accommodation

Center Parcs has announced
further investment to its Sherwood Forest estate in
Nottinghamshire.

The group, which has a number
of meeting spaces at its holiday villages across the UK, is to
develop three luxury tree houses and is to invest in improvements to restyle
existing accommodation, upgrading to Exclusive Lodges.

Due for completion in 2011,
the two-storey tree houses will feature four bedrooms, all with en-suite
bathrooms and private balconies, an open plan kitchen, dining and living area,
a separate games and entertainment den and a private hot
tub.

“The exclusiveness of the new
lodges and tree houses will make them appealing not only for leisure guests but
also for corporate bookers,” says head of corporate
sales, Ian Linley.

In the last three years
alone, over £150m has been invested in the group’s properties.

The next phase of the
accommodation upgrade will follow a similar suit at Longleat Forest in Wiltshire with four tree houses
and is due for completion in April 2011.

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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