With so many beautiful caravan sites in the UK, it makes you wonder why we venture abroad at all. OK so the weather might be a bit unpredictable, but with the rising costs of overseas travel and the worries about the environmental impact of flying, a holiday at home is becoming a popular choice.
But do you go north to the Scottish Highlands, Northumbria or the Yorkshire Coast, or south to Devon, Wales or Cornwall? Where should you buy your static caravan?
This is the dilemma facing many holiday home buyers. Most end up choosing a relatively local static caravan site to make sure they can visit regularly and have short breaks without too much of a long journey.
The UK is blessed with 15 National Parks spread around the country. The many caravan sites either within the boundaries or close by are always very popular. Walking, fishing, bird watching, watersports, cycling – whatever you love or just want to try its likely to be available. Check with your caravan park for ideas in the local area.
Many people choose to buy a static caravan in a favourite holiday area that they have enjoyed visiting over the years. In fact they may have dreamed of buying in a particular caravan site for years. And some fancy a change choosing a new part of the country.
It is important to do your research and visit as many different Parks in different areas as you can, weigh up the pros and cons of each even before you approach the sales staff at your favourite Parks.
We buy static caravans the length and breadth of the UK, from the north of Scotland to the south coast and everywhere in between with our buyers putting in a lot of miles to view static caravans. So we don’t mess about, if we come and view we will want to buy your static caravan!