The 2022 Ardennes
Due March/April We’re excited to anounce the arrival of our Swift Ardennes 35×12 2 bedroom. If it was a lager we’d be calling it reassuringly expensive! More info coming soon . . .
- Due March/April - Price to be confirmed
- Gas central heating and double glazing, LED lighting plus LED's in bargeboards
- Stainless steel cooker hood, integrated microwave and fridge/freezer
- Lined curtains with tie-backs, Duvalay™ mattresses on all beds
- Coffee table, feature electric fire, full length windows and pull-out occasional bed in lounge
- Want to visit the park? Watch our video
Pitch Fees – here at Homing Park they include council rates, water, drainage, refuse, grass mowing, VAT, part electricity, CCTV security, and it’s a 5 Star park! Our 2022 fees are just £3,635 per year! Download Ardennes pdf
What can be more relaxing than a short country break in the luxury of your own holiday home at Homing Park… Download Sales Info pdf
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our advice has always been to go and find a park which you’re comfortable with, in the area you want, and then decide on the caravan. When you pay us a visit we’ll show you the holiday homes in stock and you can make a choice of the available plots. There’s no pressure to buy (we don’t have sales targets) and you can take away our brochures to read at leisure when you’re home.
On new caravans our selling price will include the manufacturers recommended retail price, any extras such as central heating or scatter cushions, delivery from the factory, siting and commissioning, the gas installation and cylinder storage box, one or two veranda steps (depending on number of external doors), and the rest of the year’s pitch fees if bought after July. From time to time we have special offers which sometimes vary from the above.
You’ll need to budget for kitting out your caravan – typically this will include cutlery, crockery, bedding, and electrical items like your telly, kettle and toaster etc. Pre-owned caravans (ones normally already sited) usually come with a TV aerial left from the previous owner, but for new new caravans you’ll need to budget for this. Don’t forget to allow for insurance cover as well. We can provide you with a quote – premiums range from about £120 a year up to £300 or more if you’re buying something big and posh!
On all sales, a holding deposit (usually around £1,000) will secure the Holiday Home for up to two weeks to allow you to organise your finances.