New to Holiday Home Ownership?
A special introduction for first-time buyers plus some Frequently Asked Questions
When you own a holiday home at Skelwith Fold Caravan Park, you gain much more than just a beautifully situated country retreat. Because with ownership comes a new type of freedom you may never have experienced before. In other words, the chance to escape any time you choose to your own holiday hideaway in the Lake District.
It may be just the two of you, or perhaps with friends or even grandchildren. You won’t have to book ahead, all your home-from-home comforts will be there, and the cost of each visit will be just your petrol money.
But it's not just accessibility and affordability which allows you to make the most of your hard-earned leisure. For unlike a bricks-and-mortar property, your holiday home at Skelwith Fold can be enjoyed from the moment you arrive: there's no maintenance required, no grass to cut, and no unexpected repair bills to worry about.
And holiday home owners at Skelwith Fold are especially privileged in other ways, too. We're in the heart of England's most spectacular countryside, with endless opportunities for discovery and adventure all around. And although we've plenty of quality awards to our name, it's the very special character of Skelwith of which we and our customers are most proud.
But if you've never before considered holiday home ownership, there may be some questions you're asking yourself. Well, we've tried to anticipate some of these below - and, hopefully, to provide straightforward answers.
Click on any question below to be taken to the answer on a separate page. But don't forget that, as a family-run business, we take a special pride in providing a personal service to customers. So don't hesitate to lift the phone if you would like to talk with us directly, or to arrange a no-obligations visit.
How much will it cost?
What's inside a caravan holiday home?
Are holiday homes well built?
When can I use my holiday home?
How can I get the most out of my holiday home?
Can I rent out my holiday home?
Am I allowed to live in my holiday home?
How are my interests as a buyer protected?
Supposing I wish to sell my holiday home?
Does Skelwith Fold have any official accreditation?
Are there any other independent guides to the park's standing?
Where on the park will my holiday home be sited?
How can I finance my purchase?
Are there any other costs to consider?
How can I find out if Skelwith Fold is for me?
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