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Haven’s Devon Cliffs Unveils State of the Art Spa Facility

Devon Cliffs is the flagship Park of leading domestic holiday operator, Haven which - along with sister company British Holidays - owns and operates 40 Holiday Parks around the UK.  At Devon Cliffs near Exmouth a massive £10 million redevelopment is underway and the latest phase is the creation of a de luxe spa and treatment facility for guests scheduled to open in May 2004.The development will add a whole extra dimension to the Park and leads the way for a completely new generation of holiday centres, offering the kind of top quality, luxury facilities today’s customers have come to expect.  The two-storey building will have a spacious and inviting reception area with changing rooms and treatment rooms on the lower level, providing Decleor quality products and treatments.  On the upper floor are hot tubs and a terrace area for relaxing.  The large indoor Jacuzzi is situated close to picture windows, which swing open on fine days to allow uninterrupted sea views.  The upper floor also houses a well-equipped gym and juice bar.

The spa will be available to both holidaymakers and caravan owners at Devon Cliffs - there is an area exclusive to owners with private garden and games room attached to the spa.  Members will be able to pay a modest daily rate for using the spa facilities with a menu of rates for individual treatments, while caravan owners can opt for an annual membership fee. 

Haven’s operations director Howard Rawlings said: “We are very excited at the prospect of being able to offer a facility of this quality at our flagship Holiday Park - it will be the first in a series of many developments across Parks in our portfolio over the next few years.  We have taken the lead in investing in a development of this calibre and are the first operators to undertake such an ambitious luxury development on a caravan park.  It is in keeping with our philosophy of moving this kind of holiday into the 21st century and catering for the needs and demands of the modern family on holiday or enjoying a short break.”