Parkdean Resorts sells out as holiday boom sees Brits book UK trips this summer

The demand for UK holidays has boomed this summer due to the coronavirus pandemic and tough quarantine restrictions. Now Parkdean Resorts says it has seen an extremely high number of visitors this month, as families enjoy a staycation this summer. Families in England have been allowed to visit self-catered accommodation, caravan parks and campsites across England since July 4 following months of lockdown.

The surge in UK holidays has led to hotels and campsites becoming overbooked, and the demand for a rental home surging. Now Parkdean Resorts say it is fully booked this month, with thousands of Brits at their 67 holiday parks across the UK. Email us about your holiday experiences, good or bad, at [email protected]

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The data shows that September is going in a similar direction with booking up with bookings up 35 per cent across the UK.

October is also on the rise with a 30pc increase in bookings and The Lake District proving to be a popular choice with a 40pc surge in bookings. Meanwhile, Essex, Scotland and Cornwall have also seen a rise in bookings, as well as the Isle of Wight. Demand is set to stay strong with bookings for October Half Term up 54pc.

But weeks outside of school holidays are also seeing a lot of bookings, as couples look for a cheap UK break after their foreign holiday was axed. A spokeswoman for Parkdean Resorts said: "We've seen great demand from holidaymakers who want to enjoy a well-deserved break whilst seeking fresh air, open spaces and safe, beautiful locations. "Our parks have been full in July and August, and we're expecting a second peak later in the year with record numbers for September, October and November.

"With bookings for 2021 already coming in thick and fast, it looks like people really are falling back in love with the Great British Holiday."

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