Holiday home ownership - your questions answered
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Here are answers to the questions we are most commonly asked.
Holiday home ownership – your questions answered
If you are just starting to consider buying a holiday home, here are answers to the questions we are most commonly asked. If you would like to speak to our knowledgeable team, give us a call on 01655 331288.
The owner's season runs from March 1st to January 31st plus weekends in February.
A static caravan is a specially designed mobile park home or timber lodge built so that it is as comfortable and warm in winter as it is in summer.
Forever – or as long as you want, providing the annual fees are paid. Once you buy a holiday home at Turnberry Holiday Park it is yours to do what you want with it. There are no minimum lease terms.
Water and rates are included in the annual site fee. Electric is chargeable and will be billed. Gas has to be bought separately - we supply LPG (liquid petroleum gas) from our own depot on a pay as you go basis.
No. The price quoted includes delivery, siting on the pitch of your choice, all connections, TV aerial and steps, a full internal and external clean and the presentation of gas and electrical safety certification.
Yes, there is good mobile reception within the caravan park
Yes you can. If you have a wireless enabled computer you will be able to use our newly installed wi-fi system from your caravan for free. Broadband wi-fi internet access is provided for free to all our residents and guests from within your caravan and the bar.
Pets are welcome but must be kept within the confines of your own caravan. Dogs must be kept under control and on a lead at all times and no fouling on site.
Each holiday home has a driveway with parking for one car. There are additional visitor parking areas for guests.
We have a team of experienced maintenance staff and access to qualified contractors who can carry out most tasks who may be contacted through our reception. You may also carry out any general maintenance yourself.
Of course you can as long as the annual fees are paid, your holiday home is like any other possession. If your home is being used as a business on a ‘buy-to-let’ basis it will be subject to business inheritance tax relief.
Both your immediate family and yourselves are entitled to use the caravan park facilities and play areas however you must book the use of the swimming pool at reception.
Yes. You may allow the use of your holiday home to family and friends, and you can let out your static caravan to a third party. We will also manage your caravan for holiday rentals if you so desire.