With a primary focus on new accommodation, over £1.2million will be spent on bringing a mix of 49 new lodges and caravans to the 4 parks on the Island. There will also be investment in outdoor LED lighting at Thorness Bay, among other smaller investments.
The work comes as part of a wider investment of £40.7million across the country by the company this year.
Lower Hyde in Shanklin will play host to new one-bedroom caravans which are specifically designed for couples – a customer profile that Parkdean Resorts has identified as an area it is keen to develop.
Chief executive John Waterworth said:
“It is with great pride that we announce a further significant investment across our parks this year, ahead of the 2019 season. Work is already underway to bring in these changes to accommodation, retail, entertainment and many other elements that make up the Parkdean Resorts experience, which we continue to build upon while listening to customer feedback and reacting to market demand.
“We’re looking forward to hearing how our holidaymakers and holiday home owners receive the enhancements we’re making.”
A total of 27 holiday parks are preparing to welcome 2019’s first holidaymakers for February half-term, including Nodes Point at St Helens.