Dozens of employees at Gurnard Pines Holiday Centre have been made redundant according to staff.
Isle of Wight Radio was contacted by a member of staff who was told they would be out of a job from 9pm last night (Wednesday).
Gurnard Pines Holiday Village Limited released a statement this morning.
Terry Prosser, director for Gurnard Pines Holiday Village Limited, said: "Gurnard Pines has been taken over by Gurnard Pines Holiday Village Limited on October 31, 2012.
"The holiday village is open for business as usual and I would like to assure anyone that had booked a holiday their reservation will be honoured.
"We would like to say sorry to anyone who was inconvenienced for the facilities closing two hours earlier than normal on Wednesday evening so the previous operator could have a full staff meeting.
"We can confirm the facilities were re opened this morning.
"We have spent a long time working alongside the landlord and funders and believe we have a rescue package suitable to keep the doors open to keep the transition seamless to our owners, members and holidaymakers.
"I am confident that under the supervision of our new management structure the business will perform and will be looking to improve the facilities in due course.
"Gurnard Pines is a unique holiday destination and I would like to state we are looking to the long-term future and hope anyone that stays there will reccomend us to their friends.
"I would also like to add any functions that have been booked such as weddings or parties will be honoured and all classes that would usually operate in the gym will still be on.
"Please continue to use the facilities."
"Unfortunately I cannot comment on the previous employees as we are a new company and I would prefer to look forwards and build on Gurnard Pines previous good record for providing great accomodation and holidays.
"As a new operator we obviously now need to focus on employing key personnel.
"We already have a small team to manage the facilities and we have all pulled together to limit the disruption to our guests to just closing the gym and pool for one night.
"We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused but as you can imagine the old operator had to have a full staff meeting to break the news to staff of the descision that was made that day.
"All facilities are open this morning, the bar is open, the gym is open, the pool is open, existing functions, weddings etc will be honoured."
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