Park Holidays UK group has acquired Lossiemouth Bay Holiday Park and Burghead Beach Caravan Park in the Moray Firth, following the retirement of their owners.
The two parks have more than 250 pitches total, including holiday lodges and caravan holiday homes for lease and own. They are near Silver Sands Holiday Park, which was also acquired by Park Holidays UK last year, investing over 2 million.
Silver Sands’ new features include a new entertainment center, where family-friendly, professional performances can be presented. It cost them £1.5 million.
The company said that its two new Moray parks would also benefit from “substantial investment” in their guest infrastructure, facilities, and holiday accommodation.
US real property investment trust Sun Communities Inc. recently acquired Park Holidays UK when it said that it would continue making investments in its holiday centers.
Park Holidays UK Director Tony Clish said that the cash injection would boost northeast Scotland’s tourism sector through visitors’ expenditure on local business.
“We’re tremendously proud and excited to be joined by these two first-class holiday parks whose previous owners who, like us, recognize the imperative of top standards,” said Clish. “They will allow Park Holidays UK to serve even better the growing demand over the past few years for domestic holidays in Scotland and the rest of Britain.”
“This is a quality-driven market in which customers look to enjoy a memorable experience in exceptional surroundings at an affordable cost.”
He said that they will remain sensitive to the parks’ “individual characteristics and identities” that customers clearly enjoy while making improvements to it.
He also “extended his thanks to former owner Gordon Christie for creating and maintaining such well-run and attractive parks, and assured him that they are both now in good hands.”
This article originally appeared on The Herald.