The Warren, an esteemed holiday park near Abersoch in North Wales, United Kingdom, is preparing for a series of significant upgrades, as proposed by its owner, Haulfryn Ltd. The plan focuses on elevating the park’s amenities and visitor experience.
According to the submitted proposal, the enhancements will target a specific section of the lodge park, introducing new style units complete with individual resistance swim pools.
Additionally, the plan involves comprehensive landscaping and the construction of retaining walls in the targeted area.
Haulfryn Ltd has already invested approximately £6 million in The Warren’s improvement and upgrading, dedicating an extra £1.5 million to the endeavor in 2022, according to a report by the Daily Post UK.
The company’s continued commitment to development aims to boost the standard and quality of accommodations and facilities within the holiday park.
The proposed plan, which neither expands the park’s area nor adds new pitches, encompasses the following phased upgrades:
- Removal of older-style, light-colored holiday caravans
- Replacement of holiday caravans with units featuring muted and more natural colors
- Removal of white UPVC fencing and its replacement with darker-colored fencing or traditional stone walling
- Reorientation of existing pitches to create additional space between holiday caravans
- Enhanced landscaping
Haulfryn Ltd emphasizes that the planned upgrades will have a positive impact on the local economy. Holiday parks are known to contribute significantly to sustainable local communities by providing a market for local goods, services, and facilities.
The proposal is currently under consideration by planners at Cyngor Gwynedd, the local governing authority. The decision, which will take into account various factors, including the potential benefits and concerns of the project, is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
As the outdoor hospitality industry continues to evolve, The Warren’s planned upgrades demonstrate a commitment to providing high-quality experiences for campers and holidaymakers while also supporting local communities and businesses.