For many, many years, camping trips have been very popular amongst people and families as they leave for the outdoor experiences that nature has to offer. Today, holiday makers are not just towing caravans to their destinations, but have started buying holiday homes in the form of static caravans. These static caravans sit permanently at holiday parks all over the UK and in popular resorts like Devon and various other areas of the South West.
Travellers benefit not only from the great outdoors, but from participating in many recreational activities associated with camping as well. Activities such as hiking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing and swimming help make camping trips stimulating and fun, and a way of connecting further with the outdoors As with standard homes, static caravans can be found in different areas, contain different features and offer different facilities. So it’s best to look at your requirements so you can decide which static caravan would be ideally suited to you.
With such a large range of static caravans to choose from how do you decide between each one? To help you choose, consider sourcing manufacturers and write them a letter or email to request a brochure. Take time to consider what requirements you need like features, fittings, appliances, rooms, style and include this in your request. They will usually send you the details within 24 hours via first class delivery and include points detailing which range would be most suitable as per your requirements.
Take a look at your financial position. If you intend on letting your static caravan out or have a restricted budget you should look at the low-mid range brands. If its luxury you seek and intend on using your holiday home frequently then treat yourself to the top end brands. As well as finances, there are the functional aspects like how many beds and bedrooms you require and whether or not you need convenient features for example en-suite bathrooms.
The time of year you plan on using your holiday home should play a part in your decision for design features and fittings. If you plan on going away in the colder seasons as well as summer, then you should take one that has extra insulation with double glazed windows and a central heating system so that you are well prepared for cold nights. This ensures you have the best possible comfort available on your trip away.