Superb quality holiday homes and downsizing lodges available now to buy virtually, with prices from just £24,995, at Camelot Holiday Park.
2021 is tipped to be another bumper year for staycations, with significant demand expected for quality holiday homes or permanent downsizing residential lodges.
At Camelot Holiday Park near Carlisle you can buy now with confidence, by taking advantage of virtual tours on the family-run park’s website.
Buy now, ready to enjoy when parks throughout the UK open again for business.
Let’s look at the reasons why Camelot is a top choice!
Firstly, the prices offer great value for money. They start from £24,995 for the range of holiday homes from top manufacturers including ABI and Atlas, and from £125,000 for the residential lodges, supplied by leading name Stately Albion.
But there are many other reasons to choose this beautiful park. Read on to find out more.
Open twelve months of the year
As a park with full residential status and open twelve months of the year, people can live permanently at the park if they wish, enjoying the peaceful surroundings, maintenance-free life and security.
A superb specification
Fully decorated and furnished, the holiday homes at Camelot Holiday Park are from some of the UK’s top suppliers such as Pemberton and ABI.
Features include open plan living areas and fully fitted kitchens with built in appliances.
Outside, the holiday homes are complete with quality decking and blocked paved driveways.
Current holiday home models now in stock from ABI include the Ambleside, with optional panoramic sliding doors, the Roecliff, offering a traditional farmhouse feel through its rustic style kitchen, the spacious three bedroom Blenheim and the Windermere, with a charming shaker style kitchen and free standing sofas.
A well established, family-run park, Camelot Holiday Park enjoys a convenient location whereby both the Scottish Borders and the Lake District can be easily accessed for day trips.
It’s an ideal choice for buyers from both the Scottish Central Belt, and the entire North of England, with a drive time of around three hours from many major cities.
Please enquire about other special incentives that may be available at this time at Camelot Holiday Park. Its team will try to come up with a tailor-made package just for you.
As well specified as new build bungalows
The fully furnished and decorated luxury residential lodges at Camelot Holiday Park are ideal for the over 55s, offering a property that is as well specified as new build bungalows.
They offer a maintenance-free, stress-free lifestyle in a beautiful part of the country.
Specification includes master bedrooms ensuite, floor to ceiling windows to maximise light, dressing areas, utility rooms and luxury kitchens.
Invest in your health and happiness this year as we all reconnect
Parks may get booked up extra quick this year when short breaks resume. It’s far better to have your own property that you can visit anytime you like, and share with other family members in the future.
With less people likely to venture abroad this year, popular parts of the UK, such as the Lake District, will likely be in high demand.
A holiday home at Camelot Holiday Park is a great investment in your health and wellbeing at this time, as well as a chance to make a second income out of the property in the years to come.
If purchasing a holiday home as a lucrative second income opportunity, potential owners at Camelot Holiday Park could look to charge £300-£500 per week, peak season, by renting out their properties through Airbnb.
So much to see and do nearby
Local attractions close to Camelot Holiday Park include the Famous Blacksmiths Shop at Gretna Green, the Gretna Gateway Outlet Village, the Keilder Water & Forest Park, Carlisle Castle and, of course, Hadrian’s Wall.
Find out more about purchasing a holiday home at Camelot Holiday Park here.
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