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site fee guide
There are lots of things to consider when buying a holiday home, like would you prefer sea views or woodland backdrops? But the most common thing people consider is the annual running costs of buying a holiday, such as site fees.
So we’ve put together our handy site fees guide for you, here we will tell you what site fees are, what our range of site fees are, and where you can find our resorts information. There are no hidden costs here!
If you’d like more detailed information about financing your holiday home and the average running costs of a holiday home (water rates, holiday home insurance, etc.) please read our super-handy finance guide, where you’ll also find our finance calculator.
what are site fees for?
Escape to the coastline for the ultimate relaxation, head to the hills in Somerset for family fun, or venture to the North Wales seaside for endless traditional family holidays.
Your site fees are annual costs that cover a range of facilities for holiday home ownership, from the rental of your plot to unlimited access to our facilities on-park, they allow you to escape to your holiday home whenever the mood strikes.
Site fees vary in price and what they cover depending on the resort, but the general list of what your sites will cover is below:
- the plot your holiday home is on
- access to facilities on-park
- upkeep of facilities
- landscaping and grounds maintenance
how much are our site fees?
All our site fees vary depending on the resort, the holiday home, and the location of the holiday home on the resort.
However, our average site fee cost ranges from £4,017 – £7,071.
Click the links below to visit our resort pages for more information about site fees specifically for that location:
our five simple steps to holiday home ownership
Buying a holiday home is exciting and really simple! Below we have our fabulous video showing how you can become a holiday home owner in just five simple steps, and we also have super-handy buyers guide where we take you through the process too!</p