Searles Leisure Resort closes to holidaymakers

Searles Leisure Resort closes to holidaymakers

Searles Leisure Resort in Hunstanton have today announced that they have closed their site to holidaymakers in a bid to combat non-essential travel.

A statement from the resort read:

“The safety and security of our customers, staff and suppliers is always our first core promise. Therefore, in accordance with governments advice, to avoid unnecessary contact, close social proximity and non-essential travel* we have taken the unprecedented precaution of closing Searles Leisure Resort for the foreseeable future.

“The Resort will close at 10am on Monday 23rd March for our holiday makers and our reservations team will be contacting all customers who have bookings starting before the 19th April as a priority to offer to move, credit or refund the booking.

“If you are in a position to move or credit your booking, then we would encourage you to do this as it would not only support Searles but also the local business’ that rely on our resort and tourism in the area.

“To allow the team time to contact our imminent arrivals please do not attempt to contact the team this week if your booking starts after 19th April. If you are due to stay after 19th April we are happy for you to keep your reservation in place and make a decision nearer the time.

“We are mindful of the impact this decision will have on our customers, staff and local suppliers but we are committed to trying to help beat the spread of this terrible virus. Please keep safe.”

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