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holiday village

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Definition of holiday village in English:

noun

British
A large, modern holiday camp.
Example sentences
  • The development within the national park includes 340 timber lodges, a holiday village with shops, restaurant and sports club and 60 further units of accommodation.
  • Perhaps we should just laze by one of the pools, read a book in the sun… or maybe have a lager and lunch in one of the bars here in the holiday village.
  • This area of the Lleyn Peninsula is better known for the holiday village of Abersoch, where every summer the beaches and waters come alive with the bright sails of yachts, sailing dinghies and windsurfers.

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