Parkdean Resorts UK Holiday Parks
British Travel Awards Winner 2020
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Ownership FAQs

Yes, as an owner you'll get to enjoy exclusive events throughout the season and a number of our parks also feature reserved facilities - including owner-only lounges.
Yes, our Letting Schemes allow you to let your holiday home with ease and put the income towards offsetting your running costs. These schemes are subject to the age and...Continue Reading
Yes, you can upgrade your holiday home after owning it for at least 3 months and you may be eligible for part-exchange deals.
Buying a holiday home isn't considered a financial investment, as holiday homes depreciate in value with age.
The annual running costs you will pay on your holiday home will include your holiday home repayments (if purchased on finance), insurance, pitch fees, utilities and local...Continue Reading
No, you don't have to find your own finance to purchase a holiday home, as Parkdean Resorts work closely with finance partners offering packages tailored to suit our...Continue Reading
In order to protect you when buying a holiday home and give you peace of mind, Parkdean Resorts and all of our holiday parks are registered members of the National...Continue Reading
Eligibility for holiday home finance is subject to status assessments and checks carried out by our selected finance providers.
Yes, your holiday home will come with our comprehensive 12 month warranty, which we offer on all holiday home purchases.
You can keep your holiday home on our holiday parks for the duration of your licence length agreement. The licence length (also known as tenure) will be specified when...Continue Reading
You can enjoy visiting your holiday home throughout the ownership season, which varies between our parks, ranging from 8 to 12 months.
If you already own a holiday home at another location, we may occasionally be able to accommodate you on our parks should you wish to move to a Parkdean Resorts park.
We offer ownership at the majority of our holiday parks, with the exception of Torquay, Holywell Bay, Landguard, Vauxhall, Ruda and Sea Acres.
Yes. If you wish to let your holiday home through our Letting Schemes, the oldest acceptable age is a 2009 model year during the 2020 season.
You can part-exchange your existing static caravan or lodge for a new holiday home and in some cases we will also accept a touring caravan in a part-exchange deal.
Some elements of the sale may include VAT. A VAT invoice will be provided to you on request.
Whether or not your holiday home will be insured for any damage will depend on your individual cover. Please check with your insurer for full details and to understand...Continue Reading
Yes, all of our holiday parks have security teams to ensure safety around the park.
You may be able to choose your pitch and location at your chosen holiday park when you decide to purchase a holiday home with us. This will depend on availability and...Continue Reading
If you want to sell your holiday home then your options will differ depending on your situation. Please speak to the team on park for further information.
How much your static caravan is worth will depend on a number of factors, including the condition and age of your holiday home, the location and also things like site...Continue Reading
With our flexible caravan finance options, deposits on our holiday homes can start from just 10%. We offer a range of repayment periods so you can break down the cost of...Continue Reading
Parkdean Resorts work closely with carefully selected finance providers who may be able to offer monthly repayment packages to our prospective holiday home owners. Please...Continue Reading
The pitch fee you pay will vary depending upon factors such as the location of the holiday home, the park or the length of the season.
The pitch fee includes the cost of making water and electricity available to your holiday home, plus winter storage for parks that don't have a 12 month season.
Your 2020 annual insurance premium could range from £117 to £475, depending upon your holiday home's age and size and the level of cover you require.
As our holiday homes are non-residential, you won't be liable to pay council tax on our parks.
Unfortunately, Parkdean Resorts cannot advise on TV licensing. Please contact TV Licensing directly.
You can purchase a holiday home with Parkdean Resorts all year round. If you purchase during the closed part of the owners' season, you would have to wait until the...Continue Reading
Some holiday homes come with a fully fitted kitchen and some do not - this will depend on your purchase. If you're buying a brand new caravan or lodge, there is often the...Continue Reading