If you do make the decision to purchase one of our holiday homes, we’ll talk you through all the costs involved upfront, including running costs, so you know exactly what it will cost and your potential payment options before you make any firm commitments.
The price agreed up front is the total price you will pay. There are no hidden extras or charges to take you by surprise. You simply pay a 10% deposit to secure your holiday home and pay the balance when you’re ready to take ownership.
We offer part exchange on any old or new holiday home or touring caravan, regardless of age, condition or location. We can even arrange collection to make the process as stress free as possible for you.
If you would like to take out finance, we work with a number of approved third parties that we would be happy to recommend including Black Horse finance.
We think it’s important to make it clear to you the costs of running a holiday home at the outset. You can expect to pay for the following:
Site fees, payable once a year.
Gas and electricity. This is charged via meter, so you only pay for what you use. Some of our holiday parks offer bottle gas, starting from £65 for 48 kilos.
Insurance: It’s vitally important that you insure your holiday home, and there are a range of providers who can take care of this for you. If you need any help with this, we can recommend trusted provider Leisure Days which specialises in holiday home insurance.