Popular holiday company Center Parcs has confirmed all of its villages will reopen and welcome guests on Friday February 25 after storm damage.
Staff at the Nottinghamshire-based company have been hard at work to tidy up the forest sites following recent storms that battered the UK.
The holiday company took the decision to close its Elveden, Longleat and Woburn Forest sites for February 21 and guests were told not to travel.
Guests who unfortunately missed any activities or were cancelled will be issued refunds, the holiday firm said.
In a statement on Wednesday, February 23, Center Parcs said: "All of our villages will be open to welcome guests on Friday, February 25 from 10am.
"Our team have been busy tidying up the forest following the recent storms and we look forward to welcoming guests back to our villages.