Smoke-free Haven for Families

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Britain's leading domestic holiday operator has spent more than a £1million installing the covered zones at all their holiday parks.

Holidaymakers at Haven and British Holidays 35 family caravan parks around the UK are now lighting up in the outside smoking zones that have been developed at all their parks.

Britain's leading domestic holiday operator has spent more than a £1million installing the covered zones at all their holiday parks. Well lit and with heating to combat the British weather the zones are designed to be attractive and convenient for anyone needing to pop outside for a nicotine fix.

At Devon Cliffs Haven's flagship park overlooking the Jurassic Coast near Exmouth in Devon holidaymakers can enjoy a cigarette on the terrace with views of the sea. General Manager Terry Collins said 'Everyone has been well-prepared for this and there have been no problems implementing the ban. We actively encourage families to enjoy a night out together, with kids welcome to join in with the fun. Several of our family holiday venues have been non-smoking for a while and feedback from our guests has been very positive about bringing their children into a smoke-free environment.'

At Craig Tara in Scotland where the smoking ban is well-established the Venue Manager said, 'Since the smoking ban has been in place we've seen even more families enjoying the entertainment and bringing their children into the venues.'

Shows on offer during the summer holidays include stage-shows with music from the last five decades, summer-time pantos, circus stars from Moscow and Spiderman returns....and now all of them can be enjoyed smoke-free.

Book a Haven Holiday by calling 0870 242 2222 or visit http://www.havenholidays.co.uk. Prices start from around £399 for a week from August 18th at Craig Tara or £599 for a week in Devon Cliffs from 21st July - both in standard accommodation for a family of up to six people.

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