Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013
Holiday centres still show very similar seasonal patterns to domestic tourism as a whole ...
figure 10: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, April 2013
what We Think
issues In The Market
how Can Holiday Centres Attrac...
figure 25: Internet Usage (ever Used), By Demographics, Q1 2011-q1 2013
who’s Innovating?
key Points
new On The Menu...
figure 32: Financial Performance – Center Parcs, 2011 And 2012
haven Holidays
figure 33: Financial Performance &ndas...
who Wants What?
attitudes Towards Holiday Centres
key Points
abc1s Less Convinced Than C2des On Value
figure 44: Attitudes...
figure 58: Other Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Demographics, April 2013
appendix - Attitudes Tow...
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Holiday centres still show very similar seasonal patterns to domestic tourism as a whole and could do more to promote awareness of their year-round weather-proof advantages compared to many other UK holiday types. The proportion of breaks taken during the winter months remains especially low. According to Mintel’s research, only Center Parcs has been able to stake a clear claim to being a winter break option.

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  1. 1. Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013 Holiday centres still show very similar seasonal patterns to domestic tourism as a whole and could do more to promote awareness of their year-round weather-proof advantages compared to many other UK holiday types. The proportion of breaks taken during the winter months remains especially low. According to Mintel’s research, only Center Parcs has been able to stake a clear claim to being a winter break option. table Of Content introduction definition abbreviations executive Summary the Market holiday Centre Market Worth Almost £1.6 Billion figure 1: Volume Forecast Of Holiday Centre Visits, 2012-17 figure 2: Value Forecast Of Holiday Centre Visits, 2012-17 new Center Parcs Site To Boost Volumes market Factors domestic Tourism Maintains Staycation Advantage figure 3: Domestic Versus Overseas Trips (volume) As A Percentage Of All Holidays, 2007-12 uk Holidays Getting Shorter… figure 4: Average Length Of Domestic Holiday Visits, 2007-12 … But Wetter households Still Feeling The Squeeze figure 5: Gdp Quarterly Percentage Change, Q1 2004-q1 2013 companies, Brands And Innovation bourne Leisure And Center Parcs Investing Over Half A Billion Pounds figure 6: Key Brands: Holiday Centres And Parks, May 2013 the Consumer one In Five Adults Go To Holiday Centres figure 7: Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, April 2013 seven Out Of Ten Trips Taken March-august figure 8: Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre, April 2013 indoor Pool Is Top Choice figure 9: Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, April 2013 coast Seen As Better Value Than Countryside Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013
  2. 2. figure 10: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, April 2013 what We Think issues In The Market how Can Holiday Centres Attract New Customers And Win Back Lapsed Visitors? how Can The Food Offering Be Developed At Holiday Centres? how Can Holiday Centres Appeal More To Singles? what Are The Key Messages For Attracting Families To Holiday Centres? trend Application trend: Extend My Brand trend: Snack Society futures: Old Gold market Drivers key Points domestic Tourism Still In The Ascendant figure 11: Domestic And Overseas Holiday Volume, 2007-12 figure 12: Domestic Versus Overseas Trips (volume) As A Percentage Of All Holidays, 2007-12 domestic Holiday Spend Rises 19% In Last Two Years figure 13: Domestic And Overseas Holiday Expenditure, 2007-12 figure 14: Average Spend Per Trip, 2007-12 uk Short Breaks Outperforming Longer Holidays figure 15: Domestic Holiday Visits, By Number Of Nights, 2010-12 figure 16: Average Length Of Domestic Holiday Visits, 2007-12 car Travel A Key Factor In Domestic Holiday Costs figure 17: Average Annual Unleaded Petrol And Diesel Prices, 2007-12 uk Getting Warmer But Wetter figure 18: Mean Annual Temperatures And Rainfall, 1960-2012 figure 19: Uk Weather Trends, 2007-12 household Budgets Remain Squeezed figure 20: Gdp Quarterly Percentage Change, Q1 2004-q1 2013 figure 21: Gfk Nop Consumer Confidence Index, January 2007-may 2013 family Lifestage To See Population Decline figure 22: Forecast Adult Population Trends, By Lifestage, 2007-17 but 5-9s To See 11% Growth figure 23: Trends In The Age Structure Of The Uk Population, 2007-17 c2s Offer Growth Opportunity figure 24: Forecast Adult Population Trends, By Socio-economic Group, 2007-18 holiday Centres Embracing Social Media Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013
  3. 3. figure 25: Internet Usage (ever Used), By Demographics, Q1 2011-q1 2013 who’s Innovating? key Points new On The Menu new Wave Of Accommodation keeping The Family Entertained going Green pushing The Value Message holiday Centre Apps market Size And Forecast key Points holiday Centres Continue To Ride Staycation Wave figure 26: Volume And Value Of The Uk Holiday Centres Market, 2007-2012 but Visitors Are More Price Sensitive new Branding, Investment And Capacity Growth forecast figure 27: Volume Forecast Of Holiday Centre Visits, 2012-17 figure 28: Value Forecast Of Holiday Centre Visits, 2012-17 forecast Methodology market Share key Points big Corporates Dominate figure 29: Key Brands: Holiday Centres And Parks, May 2013 two ‘traditional’ Holiday Centre Brands the Leading Park Players private Equity Involvement only Brand In The Village supply Constraints continual Development Of Sites companies And Products bourne Leisure figure 30: Financial Performance – Bourne Leisure Holdings Ltd, 2010 And 2011 butlins figure 31: Financial Performance – Butlins Skyline Ltd., 2010 And 2011 center Parcs Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013
  4. 4. figure 32: Financial Performance – Center Parcs, 2011 And 2012 haven Holidays figure 33: Financial Performance – Haven Holidays Ltd, 2010 And 2011 john Fowler Holidays figure 34: Financial Performance - John Fowler Holidays Uk Ltd., 2010 And 2011 parkdean Holidays figure 35: Financial Performance – Pd Parks Holdings Limited, 2011 And 2012 park Holidays Uk figure 36: Financial Performance – Park Holidays Uk Ltd, 2010 And 2011 park Resorts figure 37: Financial Performance – Parks Resorts Ltd, 2011 And 2012 pontins south Lakeland Parks figure 38: Financial Performance – South Lakeland Parks Ltd, 2011 And 2012 warner Leisure holiday Centre Visits key Points one In Five Have Been In Last Two Years figure 39: Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, April 2013 one In Three Families Go To Holiday Centres pre-/no Family Couples Are Other Key Group ‘middle Class Butlins’ lapsed Third Age Visitors why, When And Where People Visit Holiday Centres key Points short Breaks Are The Staple Of The Market figure 40: Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre, April 2013 c2des More Likely To Take ‘main Holiday’ At Centres seasonal Shift abc1s Offer Greater Year-round Business figure 41: Season Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre, April 2013 preferred Holiday Centre Facilities key Points indoor Pool Is Top Preference figure 42: Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, April 2013 waterpark Facilities Key For Attracting New Visitors figure 43: Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Previous Experience And Future Intentions, April 2013 Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013
  5. 5. who Wants What? attitudes Towards Holiday Centres key Points abc1s Less Convinced Than C2des On Value figure 44: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, April 2013 but Abc1s Like To Get Active building Bonds few Have Negative Perceptions day Trippers Could Be Deterred By Cost less Value For Money Seen In The Forest figure 45: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Previous Experience And Future Intentions, April 2013 appendix – Market Size And Forecast figure 46: Forecasts For Holiday Centres Volume, 2012-17 figure 47: Forecasts For Holiday Centres Value, 2012-17 appendix – Holiday Centre Visits figure 48: Most Popular Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 49: Next Most Popular Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix – Why, When And Where People Visit Holiday Centres figure 50: Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre, By Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, April 2013 figure 51: Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 52: Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre, By Demographics (continued), April 2013 appendix – Preferred Holiday Centre Facilities figure 53: Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, April 2013 figure 54: Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre, April 2013 figure 55: Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre (continued), April 2013 figure 56: Most Popular Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 57: Next Most Popular Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Demographics, April 2013 Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013
  6. 6. figure 58: Other Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, By Demographics, April 2013 appendix - Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres figure 59: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Most Popular Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, April 2013 figure 60: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Next Most Popular Holiday Centres Visited In The Past Two Years, April 2013 source: Ipsos Mori/mintel source: Ipsos Mori/mintel figure 62: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Type, Season And Location Of Last Visit To A Holiday Centre (continued), April 2013 source: Ipsos Mori/mintel source: Ipsos Mori/mintel figure 64: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Next Most Popular Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, April 2013 figure 65: Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Other Preferred Facilities When Visiting A Holiday Centre, April 2013 figure 66: Most Popular Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 67: Next Most Popular Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Demographics, April 2013 figure 68: Other Attitudes Towards Holiday Centres, By Demographics, April 2013 ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Holiday Centres - UK - June 2013

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