Darwin Escapes reveals the new look Talacre Beach Resort after £1 million investment

Leading holiday park operator Darwin Escapes has unveiled the results of its transformation of Talacre Beach Resort.

The company has just spent £1million upgrading the resort’s clubhouse and accommodation facilities.

The investment has seen the introduction of a number of new caravans, a new entrance to the pool area and an extension to the clubhouse with a beach hut theme.

There is also a new children’s play area, a modernised reception, a new menu in the restaurant and a silver Airstream offering light bites.

Every year, over 25,000 guests stay at the 5-star family friendly holiday resort set on the beautiful North Wales coast. The site comprises a mix of luxury lodges and caravans.

The facilities for guests include an extensive gym, a tropically heated indoor swimming pool, a shop, free Wi-Fi and an activity programme for children. Pets are also welcome.

Some of the most luxurious lodges come with their own private hot tub facilities on an outdoor decking area.

Drew Campbell, Darwin Escapes’ Operations Director, said: “We are delighted to unveil the new look Talacre Beach Resort and are looking forward to welcoming our first owners and guests of the season.

“As one of the UK’s leading holiday park operators, we are committed to ensuring that our guests enjoy the best possible holiday experience.”

Talacre Beach Resort is one of 22 Darwin Escapes holiday parks and golf resorts situated throughout the UK and all offering a variety of holiday styles including secluded boutique lodge retreats, luxury lodge resorts with state-of-the-art leisure facilities and family-oriented traditional holiday parks. 

For further information about Darwin Escapes and its holiday parks visit www.darwinescapes.co.uk or follow on twitter @DarwinEscapes

For more information about ownership at Talacre Beach contact 01745 858010.

About Anthony Woodhouse

Anthony is the Head of Digital at North Wales Tourism, he can be contacted at anthony.woodhouse@gonorthwales.org.uk or connect with him on LinkedIn