Ribby Hall Village optimistic about summer bookings
Ribby Hall Village, the luxury five-star resort near Wrea Green, has re-opened many of its facilities and has begun a recruitment drive ahead of the summer holiday season.
In line with the government's roadmap, Ribby Hall Village began welcoming guests back on May 17, and has begun bringing its 462 employees back from furlough.
Indoor dining has resumed in Ribby’s Italian Restaurant Terrazza, Blend Coffee House, Harrison's Bar, and two AA Rosette dining in The Orangery at The SPA Hotel. The new Pancake House has also opened its doors for the first time.
The SPA Hotel is accepting overnight guests. The aqua thermal journey spa facilities including zen garden, and Health Club featuring saunas and steam rooms have re-opened. Indoor fitness classes and indoor sports have resumed.
A number of new attractions have also been added during lockdown, including Wild Discovery, The Village’s educational and interactive zoo, which is now open, and an adventure golf course, available from June.
Carole Pilling, senior manager for accommodation and The SPA Hotel, said: "The atmosphere across The Village right now is fantastic.
"For us all to see The Village come alive again with holiday guests, holiday homeowners and Health Club members over the last few weeks has been superb. One of our largest teams works within The SPA Hotel and to welcome back our guests is not only exciting, it’s an important revenue stream for the business.
"Our top priority continues to be everyone’s health and their safety. In line with Government guidance, we are asking our employees to complete lateral flow tests twice a week and we are also encouraging our visitors and guests to do the same, and prior to their arrival at Ribby Hall Village."
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