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Parkdean owned Holiday park on Nairn's east beach lands top UK Tripadvisor travellers' award

By Donald Wilson

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Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park.
Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park.

A holiday park on Nairn’s East beach is one of three owned by Parkdean in Scotland to be awarded the prestigious Tripadvisor 2022 Travellers’ Choice Award.

Nairn Lochloy, Eyemouth and Weymss Bay were among the 20 Parkdean sites to receive the accolade.

Every year, Tripadvisor pulls together reviews and ratings that travellers share from across the globe to highlight the best in its Travellers’ Choice Awards.

Recipients earn their awards by being in the top 10 per cent of accommodation ratings for their region.

The most recent development at Nairn was the provision of bays for mobile homes east of the Lochloy caravan and camping site which lies on the East Beach next to the Culbin Nature Reserve.

Steve Richards, CEO of Parkdean Resorts, said: “We’re thrilled. The teams on our parks work extremely hard to ensure our customers have an amazing experience, so to receive these awards based on customer feedback is a fantastic acknowledgement of their efforts.”

Parkdean Resorts is the UK’s largest operator of caravan, lodge, cabin, glamping and camping holiday resorts. In April, the company announced a £140 million UK-wide investment programme. This includes new developments at 16 parks, over 850 new caravans and lodges, and hundreds of upgraded chalets and lodges.”

Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park.
Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park.

“In addition, 13 parks have received new pitches and developments in 2022. On top of this, £6m has also been spent on connectivity projects, meaning that employee Wi-Fi has now been installed at 65 parks, with direct-to-van Wi-Fi to be available in 50 parks by the end of the year.

Parkdean Resorts is the leading operator of holiday parks in the UK, welcoming in excess of 3.5 million holidaymakers each year.

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