If you’re looking for a holiday home, but don’t want to buy a second property, then a static caravan could be the perfect option. They are a great way to relax, unwind and have fun with family and friends.
Here are some things to know about the static caravan:
They come in all shapes and sizes
There are hundreds of different models of static caravans available on the market today. Some have multiple bedrooms and bathrooms; others only have one bedroom and one bathroom. The size of these properties can vary from around 30ft (9m) up to over 40ft (12m). If you want to go really big, there are even ones that are over 50ft (15m) long! There are even luxury 5-star models available too which offer hot tubs, swimming pools and saunas.
What is a static caravan?
A static caravan is a holiday home that you can tow with a car. It’s a great option for families who enjoy the flexibility of being able to travel with their home and set up camp wherever they choose.
There are many different types of static caravans available, including ones that are designed for touring on the roads and others built for off-road use.
What does a static caravan cost?
The average price of a static caravan is anywhere between £15,000 and £30,000 for a three bedroom model. You can also get smaller caravans for under £10,000 if you’re on a tight budget. However, these tend to be less luxurious than larger models and may not have as many features such as hot tubs or swimming pools.
Are static caravans expensive to run?
Static caravans are more expensive than tents because they need electricity to run all of their appliances such as washing machines and fridges. They also require mains water supply so you’ll need to pay your water bill every month. This means that running costs vary depending on how much electricity your caravan uses but expect to pay around £100 per month on average if you’re staying in one location.
Where can I park my static caravan?
If you want to park your static caravan, you will need somewhere with enough space for it to be parked permanently without causing any problems for others or causing any damage to the land. This can be difficult if you do not own your own piece of land and even more difficult if there are strict parking regulations in place where you want to park your static caravan. You may have to pay rent on the site that you want to park it on, as well as having permission from the landlord/owner of the land. If this does not seem like something that would work for you then perhaps buying a smaller trailer might be better suited for you instead of trying to find somewhere suitable just so that you can have somewhere safe for your holiday home during the summer months! To know more about the pitch fees have increased on static caravan contact us.