Ownership At Coastdale Parks

Buying A Holiday Home With Coastdale Parks Is Simple With Amazing Customer Care

Surprisingly affordable, luxurious and contemporary, new and Pre-loved holiday homes are available for immediate purchase. Owning a holiday home provides the freedom and flexibility to enjoy leisure time to the full. We have an excellent working relationship with all the major manufacturers, which enables us to find the perfect holiday home to meet your personal needs. We can also provide you with an up to date list of all the new and used holiday homes available on the park for immediate ownership.

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Coastdale Parks offers you a great selection of modern, luxurious and affordable caravan holiday homes for sale at its family holiday parks around the U.K coast. With all parks close to excellent beaches or popular tourist attractions, a new holiday home provides an ideal place for all the family to meet and for your leisure time to be enjoyed to the full!

We offer a number of purchase options to suit all budgets, tastes and model preferences, ranging from brand new, top of the range stylish caravans with double glazing and central heating , to good quality starter caravans - both new and pre – owned. We endeavour to find the perfect holiday home of your dreams and publish a regular list of all stock available for sale for immediate purchase. Alternatively, should you prefer a make and model not currently in stock then we can order that for you.

FAQ's

Tens of thousands of people enjoy the freedom of leisure home ownership on holiday parks in Britain. The caravan will be yours to enjoy throughout the year whenever the park is open - for both short breaks and longer stays. There's no need to book ahead, and all your home comforts will be ready and waiting. But before you commit, it's worth spending a few minutes understanding how holiday home ownership works, and what factors will help ensure that you'll get the most out of your purchase in the years to come. Here are the answers to some of the questions you may already be asking - and others you might be glad we mentioned!

How far afield should I look? To get the most out of holiday home ownership, many people choose a park location no further than two or three hours' drive from where they live.

When can I use my holiday home? It is important to check the months of the year in which a park is open for you to use your holiday home. Some parks are open all year, but many close for two or three months in winter.

How can I tell if the park is right for me? Visit several parks to get a feel for what's on offer. Some may also hire holiday homes, and you could consider a short break in order to better judge the park and surrounding area. If you wish, ask the park owner to introduce you to some existing owners for an informal chat about their experience.

What influences the cost of a holiday home? Prices for a caravan holiday home or lodge vary up and down the country, and like conventional properties, location is a key factor influencing the cost - together with the range of facilities offered by the park, such as a pool or entertainment.

What's included in the price? The quoted price will almost invariably include all of the carpets, furnishings, kitchen appliances and other basic equipment. If buying new, there may be options such as double glazing, upgraded central heating, decking or even a hot tub on the veranda to consider.

What else should I budget for? If you are buying a new unit - as opposed to a holiday home already located on the park - check if there's extra to pay for having the unit transported from the factory, sited on the pitch, and "commissioned" (made ready for your occupation and connected to the utilities). Other costs to consider will be the annual pitch fee (what you pay for the right to occupy your pitch on the park), utilities such as water, gas and electricity, plus rates and insurance for your holiday home.

Will I be asked to sign a contract? It's in your own interests to ensure that you sign a written contract (known as a "licence agreement") from the park. In fact, we would not advise going ahead with the purchase of a holiday home unless you have been provided with a written agreement - and have read, understood and are happy with its terms. Model contract terms can be reviewed here, but it is important that you review and are satisfied with the terms offered to you at the park of your choice.

What should I look for in the agreement? Check especially how long the agreement runs for as this will lay down how many years you can keep your holiday home on the park. Ten years should be the minimum for a caravan holiday home, but the term may be longer - especially if you are buying a lodge. Also check the agreement for any park rules which might apply to you. For example, if you wish to sub-let, is this allowed?

Are pets permitted on the park, and will this affect you? Will you have free use of park facilities such as a swimming pool?

What happens if I decide to sell? Check the agreement for what will happen if you decide later to sell the holiday home or to move it off the park, and what the financial arrangements will be. The agreement should specify, for example, the amount of commission which may be applied to the selling price. The commission recognises the park owner’s interest in the land, and the transfer of the agreement rights to the new owner.

Is my holiday home just for leisure use? Yes, most definitely. You can use your holiday home for short breaks and longer holidays, and some retired people spend many of the summer months in their second home. But it can not be used as your main residence as this would breach the park's site licence, and you would have none of the protection in law provided to occupiers of residential parks. Don't be surprised if the park asks you for proof (at the outset and at intervals in the future) that you have a permanent home address elsewhere.


Willerby Rio Premire

Willerby Rio Premire

Even from first glance, the Rio Premier truly stands out from the crowd, with its unique two-tone exterior cladding and co-ordinated front bargeboard. Inside, the fresh, light wall coverings strike a perfect contrast with the warm wood tones and carpet colours.

The contemporary 'floating' sofa seating features reversible scatter back cushions, allowing you to easily change the look of your living area. The practical dinette carries the same styling and provides a great space to enjoy family mealtimes.

To view or to make further enquiries, please contact us on 01766 512210 or www.garreggochpark.co.uk

Victory Vision

Victory Vision

Owning a Vision leisure home is your passport to that enviable, carefree, leisure lifestyle. Escape from the daily routine into a welcoming, attractive, practical and comfortable leisure home, which has been designed with your well-being in mind, down to the very last detail.

The Vision now includes uPVC double glazing and central heating as standard specification so you can now enjoy those well-deserved early and late season breaks.

To view or to make further enquiries, please contact us on 01502 561136 or www.pakefieldpark.co.uk

Willerby Fernwood

Willerby Fernwood

the Fernwood provides comfort throughout. This cleverly designed leisure home offers a generous living space with a special ambience all of its own.

A unique combination of imaginative layouts and subtle décor brings a refreshing new dimension to open plan living.

The Fernwood now includes uPVC double glazing and central heating as standard specification so you can now enjoy those well-deserved autumn breaks.

To view or to make further enquiries, please contact us on 01502 561136 or www.pakefieldpark.co.uk