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Park Holidays UK cuts prices on new holiday homes

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Park Holidays UK is aiming to make holiday home ownership even more affordable as families prepare to be reunited with their holiday lodges and caravans.

It is cutting by up to 20% the cost of hundreds of new and pre-owned holiday lodges and is also promising no pitch fees for the remainder of this season and the whole of next

With owners likely to be in the first wave of people allowed to return to holiday parks, the group says there are signs of mounting interest in buying a holiday home.

With government approval, Park Holidays UK has now re-opened its holiday home showgrounds on all its 31 coastal holiday parks in southern England.

It means would-be buyers can now, by appointment only, come and inspect the models being offered at discount prices on the park of their choice.

But, says the company, "safety first" is the watchword, and a series of measures are in place to ensure that customers can enjoy their visits with complete peace of mind.

Social distancing will be observed, temperatures checked, holiday home doors will be open, sanitising facilities provided, and gloves and masks offered to families.

And, if armchair viewing is preferred, the company is still offering its popular virtual tours online with cameras zooming in on the park and its facilities, plus holiday home interiors.

Park Holidays UK says many people now recognise that the best way to enjoy staying in the UK is by owning a holiday home where you can take breaks throughout the four seasons.

In addition, it points out, parks are perhaps the safest of all holiday destinations with completely self-contained accommodation set at least five metres apart.

On top of its discounts and free pitch fee offers, Park Holidays UK is also offering low interest finance of 7.9% APR for buyers preferring not to use their own funds.

If you want to find out more about holiday homes and residential park living, as well as essential advice on buying a park home, get the latest issue of Park and Holiday Home Inspiration magazine. The latest issue can be downloaded now here.

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