A £2.5m plan to extend facilities at Kenwick Park in Lincolnshire is on the cards now the resort is under new ownership.
The site is poised for major expansion, which would see 17 new bedrooms created and 19 lodges built spearheaded by new owner Coppergreen Developments.
The development company took on the property after Stuart Flynn decided to retire, and brought the resort into its vast portfolio of leisure sites.
Coppergreen started in the hospitality industry with the acquisition of woodland Lakes, a 54-lodge holiday park, before taking over golf and leisure setting Piperdam near Dundee.
Planning permission for the Kenwick deal went through at the same time as a farmer’s field by Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire with planning permission for 129 lodges and a leisure centre.
Kenwick currently has 34 rooms, with the 17 new bedrooms taking the total to 51 when work is complete.
“It is a business to build on, without a doubt,” David Copley, chief executive at Coppergreen Developments, added.