Caravan & Lodge Holiday Homes - Costs to Consider
So you’re thinking of buying a holiday home…
When looking for a bolthole away from everyday life, a Static Caravan or Lodge can offer many benefits in comparison to a traditional bricks and mortar holiday home.
For example, when purchasing one of our holiday homes you will not be liable for costs such as stamp duty or council tax, and no solicitor is required to process your purchase. You also will not need to worry about ground maintenance, as this
is all included within your annual pitch fee. With Static Caravan and Lodge Ownership, there will be a set of charges, most of which you will be familiar with from household bills.
All charges will be fully explained when you visit the holiday park of your choice.
Pitch fees are an annual set of charges that pay for the pitch that your holiday home is sited on and towards the services available at the park. These can either be paid in full or using our direct debit scheme.
* Pitch fee from prices correct as at June 2023
- Cornwall from £4,845
- Cumbria from £3,808
Derbyshire from £3,250Devon from £4,545
- Dorset from £6,445
- Essex from £4,045
- Hampshire from £7,525
- Kent from £3,795
- Scotland from £3,425
- Suffolk from £3,925
- Sussex from £5,445
- Yorkshire from £3,095
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Gas and Electricity Charges
Rates and Water Costs
Holiday Home owners are also free to buy suitable cover from other providers should they wish.
Other CostsOther unavoidable running costs (e.g. meter-reading charges, or administration charges) may also be applicable.
For full details contact the park of your choice who will be pleased to explain the likely running costs for any particular Caravan Holiday Home.
Would you like more information?
For detailed information on running costs and payment options on a holiday home of your own, please contact one of our helpful holiday home advisors below.
Did you know...
You can generate an income from your holiday home?
As a Holiday Home owner with Park Holidays UK, you have complete freedom to use your Holiday Home as you wish. While many people choose to keep all the fun to themselves, for others they want to take advantage of the opportunity to gain an extra income*. (This income could go towards your annual costs including pitch fees)
* Maximum age for holiday homes applies - please refer to our letting guide for more information.