The English holiday park with unlimited free drinks – that fans say is like being abroad | The Sun

BRIT holidaymakers can get unlimited free drinks at an all-inclusive holiday park in the UK.

Potters Resorts has locations in Hopton-on-Sea in Norfolk and Five Lakes in Essex.

The Norfolk site was the first UK holiday park to receive a five-star status.

And a recent study by consumer watchdog Which? ranked Potters Resorts as the best holiday park in the UK.

The team of travel experts praised the holiday park's value for money, which included providing its guests with unlimited free drinks.

Holidaymakers have also been raving about the all-inclusive resorts.

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The site in Hopton-on-Sea has been given a 4.5/5 star rating by over 6,000 holidaymakers on TripAdvisor.

One person wrote: "It felt like we were on holiday abroad!"

Another person added: "Another amazing weekend at Hopton, it was perfect."

A third said: "I highly recommend Potters Resorts, everything was first class."

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And it's easy to see why the holiday park has been praised by both Brits and travel experts.

As the UK's only all-inclusive holiday park, holidaymakers won't fork out for a single thing during a stay at Potters Resorts.

Food, drinks, activities, and entertainment are all included in the price as standard.

At both sites, guests will be able to gorge on up to four meals a day including two three-course meals.

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In addition to the plentiful amounts of food, drinks are unlimited with teas, coffees, hot chocolates, soft drinks and beers, wines, spirits, and liqueurs included in the price.

The free drinks are available from 8.30am every morning until the bars close for the evening.

Potters Resorts offers a range of activities too including sports, games, and leisure facilities.

Just like with the food and drink, sports and activities are included in the price of the holiday.

There are plenty of activities to try too including dance classes, virtual reality experiences, welly wanting, craft workshops, rally karts, and many many more.

And the evening entertainment includes West-End style shows like Simply The Best, which features a range of musical numbers from shows like Mamma Mia and Queen.

Both sites have a wide variety of accommodation options too including beachside bungalows at Hopton-on-Sea.

Guests can also book to stay in quiet village rooms on the grounds of the Five Lakes site in Essex.

All of the rooms have an en-suite bathroom, a TV, free Wi-Fi,a safe, a hairdryer, an ironing board as well as a drinks cooler and tea and coffee making facilities.

Sun Online Travel has found three-night weekend breaks from £549, and four-night weekday stays from £579.

And a new holiday park could soon open in the UK, with luxury holiday lodges, lakeside views, and a restaurant.

Work has already started on Widdrington Lakes Holiday Park in Northumberland.

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But this isn't the only holiday park set to open in the UK, with plans also approved for Hollybush Lakes Holiday Park in Aldershot in Hampshire.

The 16.5-acre site, which is situated near the A331, will feature nine floating holiday lodges with three to four bedrooms in each building.

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