Center Parcs Ireland will reopen Longford Forest to the public next month.
Longford Center Parcs is gearing up to reopen to the public next month after an almost four-month-long closure due to Covid-19. Set to reopen on Monday, July 13, the park will implement a number of new measures in line with government guidance.
Keen to welcome guests and staff back to the forest, there will be some changes to the way business is carried out. Guest numbers will be reduced and a limited number of lodges are already available to book on the Center Parks website.
Certain facilities will not be available on reopening, with management saying they will be reviewing government guidelines on a regular basis and will open additional facilities as and when they see fit. Customers with future bookings will be given the option to move their stay to a later date or can opt for a full refund if they're not comfortable continuing with their visit.
Home to Ireland's first outdoor spa, the facility boasts 21 different spa experiences as well as a range of face and beauty treatments. However, guests should note that the Subtropical Swimming Paradise and the Aqua Sana Spa will remain closed until July 27th at the earliest.
Thanking customers for their "patience and loyalty" during this challenging time, the team at Center Parcs has said that they're excited to reopen.
Header image courtesy of @centerparcsie
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