HAVEN has announced their new guidelines for when guests are able to return later this year.
Swimming pools, pubs, restaurants and kids play areas are to all be closed for holidays in 2020 under the new Haven Hideaway scheme.
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Entertainment and activities will also be paused for any bookings this year.
Haven parks are currently closed until July 2, following government guidelines.
There is some good news, however – the caravan park adds that holiday prices will be reduced due to the "revised experience" being offered, with cheaper deals available this year.
Deals for autumn include a four-night stay for £65, while seven nights in the summer start from £280 per family.
Mini markets will still be open, along with launderettes and the option for take-away food, with self-contained caravans being the option for guests.
Haven holidays in 2021, however, hope to see all normal activities and amenities resumed.
They explain on their website: "As Government restrictions begin to be lifted, we will open the usual Haven activities, pools, restaurants and entertainment.
"All guests will be contacted at least 4 weeks prior to their break and at this point we will provide an update."
Haven has also introduced their "Coronavirus Book with Confidence Guarantee" which covers any bookings in 2020 and 2021 if they are disrupted by coronavirus.
This includes the park being closed, government restrictions on travel or being unable to travel due to sickness or isolation.
Caravan parks could open in time for summer due to being self-contained, reducing the chances of spreading the virus.
Camping trips may be further behind in reopening, due to the shared amenities on-site.
Here are the most beautiful caravan parks across the country which you can visit when they reopen.
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