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Holiday Homes for Sale FAQs

You can visit as often as you like during the ownership season - weekends, weeks, or longer periods. We will give you the opening and closing dates for the park you are interested in. The ownership season at Landscove Holiday Park is 11.5 months per year.

No, your holiday home cannot be used as your main or permanent residential address, however we do not restrict the number of times or duration you can visit your holiday home for holiday purposes. You will need to have a proven main residential address away from the park, though this need not be in the UK. (Conditions of occupancy will be explained when you visit.)

Yes - you will be given a guided tour of the park and shown the pitches and locations that are available to you.

Charges include utility bills, water, rates, local authority rates and insurance, plus you pay an annual pitch fee; this contributes towards the running costs of the park. We can offer interest free payment options to spread the running costs each year to make ownership more affordable and hassle free.

A pitch is the area/base your holiday home is sited on at the park. 

There’s nothing better than relaxing and enjoying the fresh air on your very own spacious decking. If you are interested in having decking installed, we can arrange this through our nominated suppliers. You can discuss your requirements with one of our park sales staff.

Yes, you can part-exchange your holiday home at any time by speaking to our park sales staff who will be happy to help and run through all options available to you.

Yes – our parks are pet friendly, although some dog breeds listed under the dangerous dogs act 1991 are not permitted.

We aim to ensure a safe and secure environment for all our owners, which is why our holiday park has security teams or wardens to guarantee safety around the parks when you are not there.

Yes – all holiday homes come with a warranty. The warranty length and inclusions depend on the holiday home you are purchasing.

All holiday homes come with fully fitted kitchens although the style and range of appliances vary by model.

No, the purchase of a static caravan or lodge holiday home is not subject to stamp duty. Irrespective of their value or location, stamp duty is generally not imposed on static caravans, mobile homes, holiday homes, park homes, or lodges.

The exclusion of stamp duty for caravan holiday homes enhances their allure for individuals seeking to enhance their lifestyle with a secondary property dedicated to leisure. Picture a serene countryside retreat or a coastal getaway, offering endless opportunities for year-round holidays.

For more information, refer to SDLTM10023 – Mobile Homes, Caravans and Houseboats - the Government’s official Stamp Duty Land Tax Manual.

Yes, you can let out your holiday home.

Our park offers Superfast Internet Wi-Fi in your holiday home and/or the park facilities. However, please note that due to the coastal location, the quality of the Wi-Fi signal may vary at times.