Center Parcs today announced plans to develop a holiday village at Newcastle Wood, five kilometres from Ballymahon, County Longford, Ireland. The 375 acre site is currently owned by Coillte, the state forestry company, and Center Parcs have signed an option agreement with the company.
Center Parcs has today revealed the design of the new Aqua Sana Spa at Woburn Forest. This new spa will set the benchmark for high quality social spas in the UK and beyond, taking the Aqua Sana World of Spa to a new level. This will be a state-of-the-art spa, the only one of its kind in Europe, evolved from the award-winning spas already a success at Center Parcs’ other four Villages.
Celebrating 25 years with the brand, Aqua Sana manager Kerry Fenton-Kent here sits down with Breaking Travel News to discuss what the spa brand brings to parent company Center Parcs, the changing demands of consumers and what she hopes to achieve with the organisation in the coming months.
Center Parcs has revealed the designs for the new Subtropical Swimming Paradise, which will be housed in the new Woburn Forest village when it opens in spring 2014.
Center Parcs has announced the construction of its fifth UK village, Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire, will commence in the next few weeks. The construction phase will last for approximately two years, with a scheduled opening date now set for spring 2014.
British short break expert, Center Parcs, unveils the height of luxury with new Treehouses at Longleat Forest. The three new Treehouses have been expertly designed to encompass key elements that are core to the Center Parcs experience; accessible luxury, sustainability and most importantly creating memorable moments for the whole family.
The number of people choosing to enjoy UK breaks rather than going abroad continues to rise with Center Parcs seeing a 400%+ increase in website visitors that are searching for UK based short breaks.
Center Parcs partners with performance consultancy, The Mind Gym, who transform business performance by changing the way people think.