Helping families in search of the perfect social distancing staycation, Center Parcs has cut prices for holidays at all of their sites until 2021 – which will come as welcome news to families who love a trip to their award-winning holiday resorts.
Passing on the VAT reduction to their customers, those who book a stay with Center Parcs before January 12th 2021 will benefit from holidays for less – making this year’s staycations much more affordable for those in need of a cheeky break.
A statement from reps about the price cut reads: “We welcome the reduction in VAT recently announced for the leisure, tourism and hospitality sector, at a time when the sector is managing significantly reduced capacity and demand.
Continuing: “Center Parcs will be reducing prices in recognition of the change in VAT, for both new short break bookings (new bookings from 15 July 2020 – 12 January 2021 for arrivals between those same dates) and applicable restaurant prices.
“Center Parcs have wanted to support the spirit of the government’s intentions and trigger fresh demand for UK leisure, hospitality and tourism and we therefore felt it was important to pass this reduction on to our guests.”
Guests at each of their UK villages can also expect lower prices within their on-site restaurants, too – with food and non-alcoholic drinks included in the government’s generous VAT cut.
The UK villages have officially re-opened, and you can book your stay at a reduced price now. Restaurants and sites are open now, with swimming pools and spas set to re-open on 27th July.
Read more: Luxury Yorkshire Camping Spots That Are Perfect For Social Distancing Staycations