Allergen Aware Not Allegen Beware

Allergen Aware Not Allegen Beware

March 24, 2015

Allergen Aware – NOT Allergen Beware We are in the business of providing people with happy memories of their holidays to take away with them. All holiday park operators want to avoid accidents or illnesses, particularly avoidable ones that could spoil a family’s stay or worse. We have all read shocking stories of people killed by […]

Unmanned Entertainment

Unmanned Entertainment Whats it about? Providing varied and absorbing entertainment for guests throughout the year can be a real challenge for park operators. Not only can it be expensive, there are also issues such as licensing to take into consideration. Then there is always the possibility that you can be let down at the last […]

Channel Management

Booking Channel Management Systems

January 7, 2015

THE NO. 1 STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING YOUR PARKS BOOKINGS Accepting bookings from guests using a mobile or tablet! With 44% of travellers researching and booking using a mobile (and 49% of people with 2 children) using tablets or mobiles, your park needs to be easy to book on a small screen. This should be the […]

API Play association

Tempt Family Holidaymakers With High-Quality Play Areas

Looking to attract more families? A well-designed play area featuring high-quality equipment will deliver great value for years to come. Play areas are designed for parks of all shapes and sizes with budgets to match. So whether you’re looking to create a brand new play area from scratch, update an existing play area or replace […]

Ladies Mile

Cashless Payment Systems

Lady’s Mile Holiday Park in Dawlish, Devon is one of the first in the country to adopt a cash-free alternative for its guests. It recently played host to an open day where other park operators went to see for themselves the innovative smart card payment system it had adopted.   Lady’s Mile Holiday Park is […]

Sarah Riley Inspired Camping

Glamping for Business

September 9, 2014

Glamping, luxurious and boutique camping, or whatever you prefer to call it, can be defined in one way: it’s all about camping, but it’s also all about smoothing the edges of roughing it. Now it has also become a great way for businesses to diversify into the tourism and leisure industries. Many people try camping […]

Adam Beckett

Risk : Renewable Energy Part 2

An exercise in risk vs. reward for renewable energy in caravan parks “I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” And whenever the answer has been “No” for too many days […]

Graham Mann Water Audit Expert

Don’t let leaks drain your profits

With water charges continuously rising, now is the time to tackle leaks around the holiday park. By taking control of the situation, you could find that you save up to 50 per cent on water costs, which is far from a drop in the ocean! The importance of auditing water costs cannot be emphasized strongly […]

Damian Hall BA, IOSA Tech, RLSS UK Senior Consultant

5 Essential Steps for Swimming Pool Safety

An Easy Step by Step Guide To Make Your Pool Is Fun, Efficient and Safe This Summer There are many drivers for taking swimming pool safety seriously, but for the sake of brevity let’s focus on the three key ones: The first is a simple moral obligation – we care about each other and we […]

Howard Gosling

Make the right kind of splash with your Hot Tubs and Pool

What two words are people most likely to enter into a search engine when researching a UK holiday break? Forget scenic views, or even great food – what we really, really want it seems is a Hot Tub. While a swimming pool remains perennially popular with holidaymakers (even if they don’t always get around to […]