Holiday park's multi-million pound investments paying off

Visitors are flocking to experience a series of thrill-seeking attractions and revamped facilities at a popular holiday resort. The White House Leisure Park in Towyn has invested millions of pounds into the site.

Hundreds of people from across North Wales and beyond have taken on the new high ropes course and ‘The Jump’, adrenaline-fuelled activities which have added to the SF Parks portfolio. There are plans for an upgrade to Jakes family restaurant and pub - which feature an amusement arcade, a cinema room, spa and high-quality gym complex.

These complement existing facilities including a crazy golf course, free soft play and a ‘fan zone’ for the UEFA European Football Championship. With these in place it could be the busiest summer yet for the Gaingc Road site.

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Director Jonathan Seldon said: "I think many members of the public were unaware our amazing facilities are open to them as well as our loyal owners and holiday guests. While they are paramount in our decision-making and very much part of the family at SF Parks, it has been nice to see more people from the local area coming to the White House and taking advantage of what’s available, especially the discounted offers we have introduced for them in past weeks.”

He added: “The response we’ve had since opening The Jump and high-ropes course has been phenomenal, they have been really popular and brought something new to the resort, definitely a positive addition. We are a destination for everyone, the atmosphere and environment here and at our other parks is second to none, especially as we approach the summer, so we hope to see even more people paying us a visit soon.”

SF Parks also owns Golden Gate in Towyn, Riverside and Sun Valley in Rhuddlan, and Sirior Bach in Moelfre, Abergele. Employing more than 120 full time and seasonal staff, the business has pumped millions of pounds into the regional economy.

Fellow director Oliver Seldon said one of their key aims is to attract more day-trippers and tourists to Towyn, while improving the food and drink and entertainment offering for those living nearby.

“We want this part of the coast to be busy all the time, not just the summer and weekends,” he said.

“That in turn will have a knock-on effect for others in Towyn and neighbouring resorts, so it’s a win-win scenario, and with the special offers we have in place following a period of significant investment, we are really giving back to the community.”