Verdant Leisure

Introducing the new Whistler Lodge at Verdant Leisure

Luxury holiday

Bespoke holiday park operator, Verdant Leisure has revealed the latest luxury holiday home accommodation available to own at its Pease Bay Leisure Park.

The Whistler Lodge, designed by Swift Holiday Homes, offers spacious living with a luxurious designer touch. The 20ft wide lodge features an open plan kitchen, dining and living space, a twin bedroom and en-suite master bedroom.

Verdant Leisure joins Green Tourism scheme

Green Tourism

Bespoke holiday park operator, Verdant Leisure has recently joined Green Tourism, the largest and most established sustainable certification programme in the world, with the aim of achieving one of their respected awards.

A Green Tourism Award means that a business works responsibly, ethically and sustainably, contributes to its community, is reducing its impact on the environment and aims to be accessible and inclusive to all visitors and staff. Businesses that meet the required standard receive a Bronze, Silver or Gold award based on their level of achievement.

Verdant Leisure exhibiting at the Scottish Caravan, Motorhome & Holiday Home Show

Verdant Leisure

Verdant Leisure is to exhibit, alongside leading caravan manufacturers, at the Scottish Caravan, Motorhome & Holiday Home Show.

The popular show runs from the 8th - 11th of February at the SEC in Glasgow and showcases the latest models and widest selection of caravans and motorhomes, from the country’s leading manufacturers and dealers. The show offers customers the perfect opportunity to compare models, layouts and specifications. The event also allows consumers to discover more about holiday and leisure parks.

Verdant Leisure raises over £600 for Charity

Verdant Leisure raises over £600 for Charity

Staff and holiday home owners at Verdant Leisure's Heather View and Kingfisher Holiday Parks in County Durham raised £601.50 for Teesdale and Weardale Search and Mountain Rescue Team. Staff and Holiday Home Owners from both parks took part in a six mile overnight expedition around the Durham Dales.
 
Heather View security warden, Paul Green, planned the route, organised transportation and recruited staff and owners to take part in the charity walk. The group of nine began their journey four miles north of Middleton at Huddeshope Valley and followed their planned route to reach the valley of Great Eggleshope for a challenging crossing of the stream before the final push on to the Hut.