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Holiday Parks Cumbria

Our selection of Holiday Parks in Cumbria

We work with the top Holiday Parks in Cumbria to bring you the best deals on caravans and lodges.

From: £24,995

Wild Rose Holiday Park invites guests to experience a tranquil getaway amidst the breathtaking beauty of nature.

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From: £55,000

Located just 4 miles north of Carlisle, Green Meadows Country Park offers a picturesque setting and easy access to various tourist attractions. Enjoy your free time at our year-round open park, your ideal home-from-home for perfect holidays and lasting family memories.

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Cumbria Holiday Parks

At Perfect Parks we are excited to introduce you to the best holiday parks in Cumbria. Whether you're looking for lakeside escapes or tranquil stays in the forest, our expert team will help find you the perfect getaway.

We offer a wide range of accommodation, from static caravans full of character to bespoke lodges that are the picture of luxury. Our team will help you find the perfect lodgings to suit your wants, needs, and budget.

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Cumbria boasts everything you could possibly want for a holiday destination and is home to many exciting attractions, including the market towns of Kendal, Keswick and Cockermouth offering a unique shopping experience for the shopaholics, and the stunning lakes of Windermere and Ullswater provide the perfect opportunity for boating or water sports. The east’s Eden Valley is one of the region’s hidden gems, and the west’s picturesque scenery of Buttermere and Wastwater are well-worth a visit. Keep an eye out for England’s last golden eagle and don’t forget to stock up on Kendal Mintcake, still hand-made in the town that bears its name. Visit Cumbria today and fall in love with its charm. You get to experience all this plus much more from the comfort of one of the many high-end holiday parks in Cumbria.

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Holiday Parks in Cumbria
Cumbria Holiday Parks

Why Choose a Holiday Park In Cumbria?

Beautiful Locations: Cumbria is renowned for its natural beauty spots, from picturesque countryside to lush forests. Holiday parks in Cumbria allow you to immerse yourself in nature.

Stay All Year Round: Many holiday parks in Cumbria are open all year round, offering holiday makers unique experiences depending on the time of year they decide to visit.

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Social Interactions: Holiday parks boast a close sense of community not often found in traditional hotels, allowing you to socialise with like-minded travellers and make friendships that last a lifetime.

Self-Catering Options: Staying full or half-board at a hotel seems like a good idea until the bill arrives. Staying in a holiday park is more cost-effective and allows you to enjoy favourite foods and drinks whenever you like.

Low Cost Luxury: Holiday parks offer luxurious accommodation and facilities that are cost-effective. In most cases, you will get more for your money when compared to staying in a traditional hotel.

Pet-Friendly Staycations: Many holiday parks in Cumbria are pet-friendly, allowing your furry companion to join you on your family holiday.

Outdoor Activities: Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, history buff, or simply seeking relaxation, Cumbria is home to a wide range of activities.

Customise Your Getaway: With holiday parks found in many different locations, you can choose whether you want somewhere close to nature, in the heart of the local attractions, or a bit of both. The choice is yours.

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Why Use Perfect Parks?

Frequently Asked Questions

Ownership: How Often Do I Have to Change My Holiday Home?

You should be able to enjoy your holiday home for as long as you like, you just need to take good care of it and make sure it’s safe and well maintained.

The initial licence period for the occupation of a pitch on the park is 12 years.

What are the running costs?

In addition to your site fees, it’s important to account for annual running costs when you own a holiday home. These expenses can vary from year to year and are often influenced by how frequently you use your holiday home. Here are some typical running costs to consider:

Gas & Electricity Costs: You’ll need to cover the expenses for heating and lighting your holiday home. The cost may depend on the type of heating and lighting systems you have and how often you use them.

Water Charges: Water charges are incurred for the supply of water to your holiday home. The cost can be influenced by your water usage, so it may vary from year to year.

Holiday Home Insurance: Insurance is essential to protect your holiday home from unforeseen events such as damage, theft, or accidents. The cost of insurance can depend on various factors, including the level of coverage and the location of your holiday home.

Non-Domestic Business Rates: These rates are applied to non-domestic properties, including some holiday homes. The amount you pay can be subject to change and may depend on the property’s classification and local regulations.

It’s important to budget for these running costs to ensure that you can comfortably manage your holiday home and enjoy your leisure property without unexpected financial stress. These costs may fluctuate, but having a clear understanding of what to expect can help you plan and manage your expenses effectively.

Understanding what the costs are

Prospective holiday homeowners should keep in mind that there are a few primary costs to consider:

The Cost of the Holiday Home Itself: This initial investment covers the purchase of the holiday home, including any customisation or add-ons you may choose.

The Annual Site Fees: These fees are essential for covering the cost of your holiday home’s location at your chosen park. They contribute to the maintenance and upkeep of the park’s infrastructure and facilities.

The Annual Running Costs: Running costs encompass various expenses associated with maintaining and operating the amenities within your holiday home. This includes heating, lighting, insurance, water charges, and other recurring costs.

While these costs may initially appear significant, it’s important to note that as an owner, you have access to various options and benefits that can help offset these expenses, making holiday home ownership more affordable than it may first seem. These options may include discounts, privileges, and exclusive offers designed to enhance your ownership experience and minimise financial stress.

Why use Perfect Parks?

Our team is made up of experts in both the leisure and marketing industry. This blend of knowledge means we understand the intricacies of the industry. We recognise that each park is unique and take the time to understand what it takes to attract your perfect customer.

Who are the BH&HPA and the NCC?

The British Holiday and Home Parks Association and the National Caravan Council are two prominent trade associations jointly representing the diverse spectrum of the leisure and housing industries. These organisations play a crucial role in advocating for and supporting various sectors, including touring caravans, motor homes, caravan holiday homes, holiday lodges, and residential park homes. Their mission is to provide guidance, resources, and a unified voice for the betterment of these industries, ensuring high standards, consumer protection, and sustainable growth.

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