Highfield Caravan Park

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Withernsea Holiday Homes and Caravans

Frequently Asked Questions

To help you with purchasing your own holiday home we have provided the following information which we hope will be of help to you or if you have any other questions please give us a call – we will please to assist you.

When is the Park open?

From 4th March to 3rd January each year.
No caravan may be occupied overnight during the closed period, although you are free to visit during office hours but note the mains services may be switched off.

Can I use my caravan to live in as my permanent residence?

No – every caravan park is subject to local authority planning & licensing regulations. Which state that you may only use your caravan for holiday or recreational purposes, so we need you to keep a permanent address. You may be asked to provide proof of your permanent residence from time to time.

How much are the Pitch Fees?

The 2017 Pitch fees are £2320

What do the Pitch Fees include?

They include the caravan pitch fee, water rates and local authority rates, VAT, grounds  & general maintenance, sewerage, land drainage, waste management charges. Electricity is invoiced on an annual basis.

When are the Pitch fees due?

The Pitch fees are due on the 1st March each year and are reviewed annually. Any price increases are influenced by price rises to water, rates, inflation, sums spent by us on the Park for the benefit of caravan owners, changes in operating costs.

What about insurance?

All caravans must be insured. We will be happy to give you a quote to insure your caravan through our agency,details can be found at www.compassinsurancescheme.co.uk. If you insure your caravan elsewhere we will require a copy of the policy and a surcharge will apply.

Can I hire my Caravan out?

Hiring out is not permitted, however your family & friends are welcome to use your caravan.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes –so long as it is kept on a lead on the park & you clean up after it. No dangerous breeds allowed on the park –please check with us.

What paperwork will I receive?

On buying your caravan on the park you will be issued with a Purchase & Licence agreement along with the park rules. The licence agreement is a contract which is signed by us & you and shows amongst other things the full details of the caravan & how long the park is open and how long the caravan can remain on the park – usually 18 years from new & then we may issue an annual licence after that (subject to the condition of the caravan). The procedure to follow should you wish to sell your caravan etc. The agreement is there to ensure that everyone gets the most out of their holiday home ownership and can look forward to years of trouble-free ownership.

Anything else?

We want you to enjoy the experience of owning your very own holiday home at Highfield Caravan Park for many years to come, therefore should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us on 01964 612233 or by email: info@highfield-caravans.co.uk