WILLERBY SKYE 2020 3 BEDROOM, EXCELLENT CONDITION
Immaculate ABI Coworth Deluxe 2020 – 6 berth – huge veranda / decking – perfect pitch on exceptional family park
West Sussex£65,000 Selsey
2014 Willerby Calledonia
East Sussex£59,995 Rye
2017 ABI Summer Breeze
East Sussex£54,995 Rye
Willerby Vogue Lodge Luxury At Its Best Sited Our New Development On The Location Of Your Choice
East Sussex£159,995 Chichester
2016 ABI Blenheim 3 bed holiday home on Seal Bay Resort (formally Bunn Leisure)
West Sussex£49,995 Selsey
fantatsic lodge with unobstructed sea views , on Seal bay Resort (formally Bunn Leisure)
West Sussex£279,995 Selsey
2020 ABI Coworth Delux 2 bed, situated on Seal Bay Resort (formally Bunn Leisure)
West Sussex£59,995 Selsey
2015 Delta Goodwood, Ideal Starter Holiday Home on Seal Bay Resort (formally Bunn Leisure)
West Sussex£28,950 Selsey
Regal Harlington on Seal Bay Resort (formally Bunn Leisure) Selsey
West Sussex£89,995 Selsey
Brand New Willerby Brookwood 3 bed, on Seal Bay Resort (formally Bunn Leisure)
West Sussex£64,995 Selsey
2023 Willerby Cranbrook coming soon
East Sussex£299,995 Rye
2022 Willerby Vogue
East Sussex£199,995 Rye
2021 ABI Ticehurst
East Sussex£149,995 Rye
2022 ABI Beaumont coming soon
East Sussex£179,995 Rye
Omar Boutique Lodge on the best Park on the South Coast 2022 Model with Hot Tub
West Sussex£389,000 Chichester
AVAILABLE ON THE SOUTH COAST DIRECT BEACH ACCESS
West Sussex£84,995 Chichester
ABI CONNISSER 2 BED DG/CH SITED ON THE PLOT OF YOUR CHOICE
West Sussex£45,000 Chichester
Delta Goodwood Fantastic Starter Caravan
West Sussex£28,995 Chichester
Pemberton Glendale 2022
East Sussex£499,995 Rye
Parklink works with some stunning parks with holiday homes for sale in the south east. The most densely populated of all Great Britain’s official regions, South East England covers Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East and West Sussex, Hampshire, The Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire and Surrey. London is also often referred to as being in the South East of England.
The region spans 19,096 square metres/7,373 square miles and is home to over eight and a half million people. It’s an economic hub that’s extremely well connected, with numerous major roads, railways, airports and ferry crossings to the rest of Europe. Visitors to the South East will never be short of things to see and do, and the region offers a huge variety of landscapes from rolling hills to expansive coastlines. Property prices here are generally higher than further North, but there are plenty of employment opportunities, areas of outstanding natural beauty and fun to be had too.
Things to see and do
South East England is a hub of activity with lots to offer visitors of all ages. The most obvious place for tourists to start is London, which has a list of things to see and do so long it’s impossible to take them all in on one holiday. From the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben to Oxford Street, Covent Garden to Saint Paul’s, the theatre district to Soho and Camden Market to The South Bank, London is packed with delights. It’s cosmopolitan, colourful, multicultural and fast, but there are lots of quieter areas to explore too, like Holland Park’s Kyoto Garden and Temple Church off Fleet Street.
Outside of London, the South East still offers countless things to see and do. Harry Potter World in Watford is a must for fans of all things wizardy, and the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden offers a great day out for the whole family. During the summer you can enjoy lots of high end activities like Royal Ascot and the Henley Regatta, or if walking’s more your thing the Chiltern Hills is fantastic for some long distance hikes surrounded by stunning scenery.
Brighton is one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan places in the UK, with a vibrant clubbing scene, a classic seaside pier and some great independent shops and eateries. It’s a good place for people watching and perfect for anyone with an interest in the arts.
Oxford is renowned for its stunning architecture, culture and world famous universities. Referred to as the City of Spires, it’s perfect for strolls down pretty streets and is of particular interest to fans of Inspector Morse and Lewis.
There’s some good nightlife here too, as well as great places to eat and lazy days out on the river.
The Isle of Wight is well worth a visit and thanks to the short ferry crossing adds a sense of adventure to your trip to South East England. Offering some of the prettiest, cleanest sandy beaches in the UK and quaint picture box villages, it was loved by Queen Victoria and offers plenty for all ages. Lovers of all things nautical will also find lots to amuse them in neighbouring Portsmouth and Southsea, just a short ride across the water.
Why buy a holiday home in South East England?
The South East is one of the best-connected places in the UK and within easy reach of London and major airports Heathrow, Gatwick and Stanstead. The rail connections are also good and it’s easy to jump on a train to almost anywhere else in the country, as well as numerous ferry crossings to mainland Europe. The South East is home to stunning scenery including the rolling hills of the Chilterns and beautiful beaches, along with some rustic farmland and quaint, pretty villages.