Sandybrook Country Park is fourth Landal GreenParks site

‘Back-to-nature’ holiday brand Landal GreenParks has expanded its UK portfolio with the addition of a fourth new location in just over a year.

Landal Sandybrook Country Park, on the southern edge of the Peak District, offers a range of accommodation, including new luxury lodges with hot tubs, and a restaurant called The Coach House.

The unveiling of Landal Sandybrook comes a few months after Cornwall’s Landal Gwel an Mor joined the portfolio.

Landal Kielder Waterside, in Northumberland’s Kielder Water and Forest Park, was the company’s second UK location when it took on the brand name, shortly after Landal Darwin Forest in May 2017.

Pinelodge Holidays, the owner of Sandybrook, made the decision to work with Landal GreenParks after seeing the success of its Derbyshire location, Landal Darwin Forest.

Lyndsey Grayson, parks director for Pinelodge Holidays – part of the Pinelog Group – said: “The beautiful setting, fantastic facilities and proven customer service on offer at Sandybrook make it a natural fit for the Landal GreenParks brand.”

Simon Altham is managing director revenue, at Wyndham Vacation Rentals UK, the parent of Landal GreenParks and other brands such as Hoseasons.

He said Landal Sandybrook represents another great option for agents looking to capitalise on demand for quality UK breaks.

“We are delighted that the Grayson family and the team at Pinelodge Holidays have placed so much faith in the Landal GreenParks brand and we are pleased to be welcoming Landal Sandybrook to our ever-growing UK portfolio,” he said.

“It’s another fantastic location and one I’m sure that will go down very well with customers looking to explore their surroundings as part of a back-to-nature UK break.”

Landal GreenParks UK breaks are exclusively available to the trade through sister brand Hoseasons.

Pictured from left: Hugh Grayson, chairman at Pinelog Group; Lyndsey Grayson, parks director at Pinelodge Holidays; George Linder, product manager at Landal; and Nick Grayson, managing director at Pinelog Group.