Croyde Bay Summer Offer

holidayBelow is Summer 2015 holiday news including information on a great offer for the summer school holidays.

It’s an offer so good it means that a complete family of four can stay in one of the Summer Chalets, in peak summer for under £250 for 3 nights. It’s 15% less if you are a UNISON member! And we are giving everyone in the family a sizzling FREE breakfast every day that they stay!

Of course if our summer chalet accommodation is not to your taste, we have some great summer packages in our self catering Cottages and in our Hotel complex. Still some places left so please, why not check out availability and prices here.

The brilliant weather over Easter has meant that we are well ahead with our preparations for this summer – the resort is looking a picture, as is the amazing Croyde beach next door. While we cannot take any credit for the beach, here are a few of the things that we can:

New for 2015

Plaza restaurant, lounge and outside dining area – a great alternative to our popular Bay buffet style restaurant. Perfect for daytime snacks, a la carte dining or cocktails watching the sun go down.
Croyde Bay Resort Spa – following on from the success of last year, the Spa has a range of new treatments and exotic therapies to offer.
– Indoor Play Area – the ever popular Zone has been refreshed to keep up to date with some of our most demanding customers – rainy day active kids.
– Benny Bear gets a voice – a singing voice too, as we introduce three new specially commissioned Benny shows – Pirates Ahoy, Lost in Space, and the Magic Beanstalk.

We think all in all it’s shaping up for another tremendous summer at Croyde Bay.

School Holidays Summer Chalets Offer*
£82 per night for a family of 4, PLUS FREE BREAKFAST
Available 4-10 July, 1-7 August, and 22-28 August, for stays of 3 to 7 nights, 2 adults and 2 children.

And UNISON members get an EXTRA 15% off these prices!

To book, call 01271 890 890 now!
*Terms and conditions apply as published on the website

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