Revenues have increased at Newark-headquartered Center Parcs, the short-break holiday company which operates five holiday villages in the UK.
In the 24 weeks to 8 October 2015, sales were up 11.5 per cent to £200.2m while EBITDA rose by 12.8 per cent to £101.8m.
The business said it benefitted from the launch of Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire last year, which has 625 forest lodges and a 75-bedroom hotel.
Center Parcs' other locations are at Longleat Forest, Sherwood Forest, Whinfell Forest in Cumbria and Elveden Forest in Suffolk.
In a statement, the company said: "During the quarter, the group commenced a new build accommodation investment programme. Work is well advanced on the construction of six exclusive lodges at Sherwood which are expected to open in January 2016, and work has also started on the construction of four treehouses at Elveden.