Haven is making changes to how it operates its parks in the hope of offering a range of social distanced breaks this summer, starting in July.
The UK holiday parks operator said its new "Haven Hideaways" would be made available via high street agents at reduced prices from Friday (15 May).
Agents will be able to offer clients breaks at all of Haven’s UK parks, subject to any further government restrictions.
“We have thousands of guests who have already had breaks cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic,” said Gerard Tempest, Haven’s guest and proposition director.
“We look forward to reopening our parks as soon as government advice allows, and as soon as it is safe to do so. [We] are busy making changes to the way we operate our parks to ensure we can comply with the latest requirements.
"With social distancing requirements likely to remain in place, we don’t expect to be able to provide the full Haven experience to the number of guests we would normally welcome.
"However, we can still provide the chance for families to escape to the British coast and enjoy a breath of fresh air at the seaside on a Haven Hideaway break.”