(PRWEB UK) 7 January 2013
A new infographic created by Center Parcs aims to help perplexed parents remember what to take with them for the perfect family break.
According to Google Trends, the summers of 2011 and 2012 saw 20% more people searching online for a “packing list” than in 2010, and 50% more than in 2009. Family holidays can often be a struggle to prepare for, with one person frequently packing for a number of others. The infographic recommends what to pack based on an ideal UK getaway, be that ‘Returning to Nature’, ‘Relaxing and Unwinding’, ‘Getting Active’, or ‘Thrill Seeking’. Also included are tips on packing techniques to save on space and stay organised, as well as what to bring to keep the kids happy.
The full infographic can be viewed on the Center Parcs website at: http://www.centerparcs.co.uk/short_break_packing.jsp
Notes to Editors:
For more information, please contact the Center Parcs press office team:
0207 025 6665 / press(dot)office(at)centerparcs(dot)co(dot)uk
Center Parcs further information:
A trusted destination for half-term holidays and Easter breaks, Center Parcs offers its guests short break stays over the weekend (Friday to Monday) or midweek (Monday to Friday), 365 days a year.
1.Currently, there are four locations across the UK. These are Sherwood Forest (Nottinghamshire), Elveden Forest (Suffolk), Longleat Forest (Wiltshire) and Whinfell Forest, (Cumbria).
2.A new location at Woburn Forest is currently in development.
3.Center Parcs celebrates its 25th year in 2012
4.Center Parcs has been awarded the following accolades since 2008: the Green Business Award for Biodiversity Protection, Visit Britain 5 Star Rating, Hospitality Assured, Tommy Award for Best UK Holiday Provider, Biodiversity Benchmark - Land Management, Carbon Trust Standard, Good Spa Guide Award, ISO14001, Investors in People
5.Center Parcs has an average annual occupancy rate of 97%
6.Center Parcs offers short breaks all year round and welcomes over 1.6 million guests each year, with 96% of guests expressing an intention to return.