Why buy in winter

Why buy a lodge or caravan in Winter?

Now the days are getting shorter and the weather getting colder, holidaying in the UK could be the last thing on your mind. Here at Coastline Leisure, the change in weather doesn’t stop us from finding you the perfect holiday home.

So why buy in Winter?

Why buy in winter

Picture Postcard views

We have to say that all three of our parks are picture postcard indeed!

With stunning woodland views, to crisp lakeside vistas, each park has a view which is sure to take your breath away.

Exploring the park through a particular season will help you truly gauge what it’s like for you to be at a specific park. Brave the cold, come and experience the park at winter. We’ll put the kettle on!

As well as the breath taking views, you can also see what the holiday homes are truly like in winter.

What it feels like to be on the parks in winter and how each holiday home will perform, feel and react.

If you choose to visit in person. Our helpful sales team on each park can answer all questions about all you need to know about owning a holiday home in winter.

Some food for thought!

1.All of our are lodges built to British structural standards. All walls are 5 inches thick as well as central heating and double glazing. These lodges can withstand all of the British weather that will be thrown its way.

2. Most our Caravans depending on the model, come with gas or electric fires to get all snuggled up in a lovely warm living space this winter. Each caravan is insulated adding that extra warmth.

End of Season Sale!

The GREAT thing about Winter is the legendary Coastline End of Season Sale!

As we have transitioned into the off season, many parks go into close down. But not at Coastline Leisure, all the parks are open 12 months a year. Holiday whenever you wish. Our End of Season sale is in full swing! Check it here!

So let’s beat the winter blues and plan for a cosy winter AND 2019 holiday today! Always good to have a holiday to look forward too!
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