Buying A Static Caravan
Hanley Caravans are a family run business and have been established for more than 30 years.
Buying a static caravan is a huge commitment and there is much to consider. Our team here at Hanley Caravans is on hand to offer any advice you require.
Why Buy A Caravan
Buying your own static caravan has never been easier. Here at Hanley Caravans we offer a range of units for sale and are always on hand to help you through the process. We have sites across the North of England, with several units available for sale.
Our beautiful caravan parks are located in Morecambe and Little Eccleston in Lancashire, Sedbergh and Cockermouth in Cumbria, and Stanhope and Hamsterley in the North East. All of our sites are pet-friendly, meaning you can have your four-legged friends with you at all times.
We pride ourselves on the fact that all our parks are exclusively owners only, which means that Each static caravan or lodge is privately owned and operated, so there is no subletting or holiday hire, (friends and family are of course free to use them) offering you peace of mind, a sense of community and a real home from home.
The units that we offer are both new and used, offering you endless choices. Whether you are looking for a second-hand caravan on-site or a new model, you’re sure to find the holiday home of your dreams.
Things To Consider
When it comes to buying a static caravan, there are several things that you need to consider. Location is a massive part of the decision to make. After all, you need to make sure that your brand new holiday home is in a place that you enjoy visiting! A unit will need to be sited somewhere, so make sure you’ve done your research and are excited about the area you’re considering.
There are also several other things to consider, including costs. Setting a budget should be the first thing you do. There is no point in looking at caravans or lodges to discover it’s over your budget. Make sure you are realistic about what you can afford and only look at static caravans or lodges for sale that are within those realms.
Other costs to factor in include pitch fees, costs for utility bills, as well as holiday home insurance. There are plenty of helpful sites out there where you can find more advice, be sure to shop around.