A WEYMOUTH holiday park is set to unveil luxury new accommodation as part of a new year makeover.

This summer guests at Waterside Holiday Park near Bowleaze Cove will be able to relax in their own private hot tub as part of the £750,000 investment by the Waterside Holiday Group.

It includes £115,000 being invested into sustainable technology across by the group, which also owns the Chesil Vista and Osmington holiday parks.

The brand new two and three-bed Signature holiday homes being build at Waterside will each have a large veranda, dining area and fitted kitchen with a full-size fridge freezer, dishwasher and coffee machine.

Guests can watch their favourite TV shows on new 42-inch smart televisions in each bedroom, with an en-suite shower room leading from the master bedroom.

Holiday makers will also have the option to upgrade to a holiday home with a private hot tub and an early check-in of 1pm.

Allen Main, general manager at the Waterside Holiday Group, said: “We are pleased to announce this investment in accommodation ahead of the 2020 season.

"Work is well underway to bring changes to our 15 Signature holiday homes, and the addition of hot tubs is due to an increase in demand we witnessed this year for hot tub holidays – a 55 per cent increase compared to 2018.

"We’re looking forward to hearing how our holidaymakers receive the improvements we are making.”

The £115,000 investment in sustainable technologies will see 380 solar panels installed on roofs of the Waterside Holiday Park and Spa’s leisure complex and reception as well as street lighting replaced with 40-watt long-lasting LED corn lamps at the group’s Waterside Holiday Park and Spa, and Chesil Vista Holiday Park which overlooks Chesil beach in Weymouth.

In addition, solar-powered street-lights will be introduced at both of these parks. A 22kW electric car charging point will also be made available at the Chesil Vista Holiday Park.