Thorpe Park to open for overnight stays from April 12 – from £70pp

THORPE PARK has announced it will be opening its on-site accommodation for UK short breaks from April 12.

The theme park is also gearing up for the opening of its brand new Black Mirror attraction in May.


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Thorpe Park is set to open from April 12 to November 1 this year.

In line with the latest Government guidance on overnight stays, the park's on-site accommodation is preparing to open as part of Step 2 of the route out of lockdown.

Thorpe Shark Cabins has self-contained cabins that are right on the Thorpe Park resort, so you're just a short walk from the rides and attractions.

Overnight stays include two-day theme park entry, breakfast on the second day, free parking, Wi-Fi and 10 per cent off at the park shops and restaurants.

  • Overnight stays at Thorpe Shark Cabins based on a family of four sharing from £70pp – find here

Black Mirror Labyrinth is the UK’s first Black Mirror experience and is based on the TV show of the same name.

Guests have to try and escape an unnerving near-future as part of the experience, which is described as a 'twisted, sensory-defying maze that puts you at the core of the Black Mirror universe.'

The brand new attraction is set to open on May 21.

Self-catered holidays are welcoming guests back again from April 12, which includes sites such as caravan parks, but only with one household sharing a property.

From May 17, groups of up to six people from different households or unlimited numbers of people from two households can share a holiday let together.

If you're looking for more staycation inspiration, we've found the best UK holiday parks with children’s entertainment and the best holiday parks with outdoor pools and campsites with availability for summer.

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