Family favourite holiday destination Center Parcs has outlined what its villages will look like when they reopen to tourists next month.
The Nottinghamshire-based company, which has five villages across the UK, revealed in February that it will be taking bookings for holidays from April 12.
This follows the Government's roadmap out of lockdown, which allows the return of self-contained holiday accommodation alongside non-essential retail, hairdressers and beer gardens.
And ahead of its long-awaited reopening, the New Ollerton based company has revealed exactly what families can expect to see from its villages.
Once open, Center Parcs customers will only be able to access its lodges, with the villages' hotel rooms and apartments not available.
Only one household will be permitted in each lodge, and restaurants will be available for collection and delivery as well as terraces operating on the 'rule of six'.
Outdoor activities including adventure golf will also be on offer, as well as lakes and the Aqua Sana.
However, the Subtropical Swimming Paradise will not be open for bookings between April 12 and May 16 due to Government restrictions.
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