Holiday Resort Unity in Brean

About Holiday Resort Unity

Putting smiles on faces has been our business for over 65 years.

About Us

It was back in 1948 when Bert House, a Somerset dairy farmer, set up the first park here. It was summer time and he was approached by a scout group who wanted to camp on the farm. You guessed it. Bert said yes – and Holiday Resort Unity was born.


Now the cows may have moved on, but there are still lots of members of Bert’s family around at Holiday Resort Unity making sure your time here is full of fun and relaxation. Guests still enjoy many of the same things which that troop of scouts loved about their pioneering visit here – fresh air, fantastic views and the sandy beach of Brean!

Today the four star resort incorporates the facilities of Holiday Resort Unity, Brean Leisure Park and Golden Sands Holiday Park. We have continued to develop the facilities of the resort with Brean Play Indoor Softplay centre, Brean Splash Waterpark and Brean Golf Club. Oh, and did we mention that we’re just 200m from the beach!

We think Bert would be very proud!

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Meet the team

The best way to see if the park is right for you is to come and have a look around. One of our friendly team below are always on hand to show you around the park and facilities and answer any question you may have.

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In addition to our lovely guests, there are a few other residents at Holiday Resort Unity that we try and take care of.

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They’re the animals, birds and other wildlife that live here. That’s because we’re committed to protecting and preserving the landscape and environment here, to working towards a sustainable future – and to minimising the impact the resort has.

We’re delighted to say that we’re now proud holders of a David Bellamy Gold Award for our commitment to wildlife and conservation, as well as a BBKA Bee Friendly Park. 

We are also part of the Litter & Plastic Free Coast Somerset initiative, minimising our use of single-use plastics across the holiday park and all our venues, the "Don't Feed the Locals" campaign, which means we respectfully request you do not feed the seagulls and, of course always pick up after your dog!

We’d love to know what wildlife you’ve spotted on site, so don’t forget to tweet us your pictures.