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Park Lodges

Own your own holiday home in stunning Lancashire

Caravan for Sale in Lancashire

If you are looking for a caravan for sale Lancashire, you’ll be delighted to learn that Parklink can help you end your search for the perfect holiday home. This particular caravan is situated on the Castle View Park in Carnforth. With stunning surrounding areas and plenty to keep the whole family entertained nearby.  Picking this park will ensure fabulous holidays for years to come. View this lodge HERE

Location

Castle View Park sits between the Forest of Bowland, the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Lake District National Park. This means that there will be plenty to explore right on your doorstep. The Forest of Bowland, sometimes referred to as the Bowland Fells, is a site of sprawling and scenic wilderness with deep valleys and moorlands, perfect for an afternoon ramble. The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a large area encompassing historical stone-built villages and strikingly beautiful landscapes. Clearly you are never short of somewhere to marvel at nature’s creations in Lancashire! There’s also much more to do than just go walking at the Lake District National Park. Why not take the kids along to Treetop Nets. Here they can play on more than 1,500 metres of giant trampolines.

Enjoy a peaceful park with outstanding views

The Castle View Park stands out mainly thanks to its stunning surroundings, making it really easy to switch off while holidaying here. City dwellers will particularly enjoy a break immersed in the countryside, and on a clear day the mountains of the Lake District can be spotted on the horizon. The park is easily accessible by car and with so many attractions nearby including The World of Beatrix Potter, Lancaster Castle and Abbot Hall. There is plenty to keep all ages entertained. You will find that owning a caravan for sale in Lancashire is something that can benefit the whole family.

Position of your lodge

This particular two bedroom lodge boasts an excellent position within the park and is tucked away in the countryside.  If you own this one you will enjoy great privacy and stunning views, as well an abundance of wildlife. It is close to Capernwray, a timeless area of Lancashire with plenty to explore, including the 19th Century Capernwray Hall.  The hall which has a fantastic public pool which is open to public and is just situated within walking distance. It is also close to the A6 and junction 35 of the M6 motorway, proving that finding a caravan for sale in Lancashire in an accessible location is easy.

The lodge has been decorated in a modern style and has generous rear garden space and ample off street parking. The site is also pet friendly.

Why not enquire about this lovely lodge?

Does all of this sound appealing to you?

If the answer’s YES, it’s time to make an enquiry through our website. We can help you with the process of securing viewings and finding more ou. If you are still keen to find a caravan for sale in Lancashire but this one has been sold, you’ll be glad to know that are able to browse by location on our site and by the kind of holiday park that you are looking for.

Contact us today – dan@parklink.uk or telephone: 07917868629

Caravan For Sale Sussex

Your own Caravan in Sussex

Are you looking for a caravan for sale Sussex? Look no further than Beauport Holiday Park. This well landscaped park is located on the outskirts of Hastings, Sussex and is situated on a wooded hillside.

A great location

Sussex is a rural county, best known for its stunning seaside resorts and Hastings is no exception. Hastings is steeped in history and best known for the battle of Hastings and is home to the remains of the very first castle to be built in England by William the conqueror. You’ll enjoy strolling through the well preserved old Town where you will get see for yourself the great arty influence Hastings now enjoys.

Three different vibes in one Town

An interesting fact with Hastings is it is really three different towns mixed into one. As we have mentioned, the old town which retains its original charm and character, The bustling modern shopping area in the middle and the fashionable St Leonard’s to the west where you can spend hours perusing through the cute little antique shops and chic boutiques.

A Park with everything you need

Beauport park offers people a great choice when looking for a caravan for sale Sussex. This park has a fantastic country bar which offers authentic food within a real country club atmosphere.

Enjoy Nature

If you are a nature lover than you will really appreciate this park where you can often spot wild deer and badgers amongst other wildlife visitors to the park. If you want to take part in sports whilst at your caravan you will be please to know you are right next to a Bannatyne Spa Hotel & Health Club and you can make use of the swimming pool and gym on park.

Your own bolt hole in Sussex

There is currently a beautiful lodge for sale here on Beauport holiday park which will give you the perfect place here in Sussex. This lodge is a bargain at only £79,000 and comes with all fees paid and the 1st years ground rent paid so no hidden extras. Here are some of the features of the magnificent lodge:

  • 40ft x 20ft Large double lodge – The Willerby Boston
  • Fully furnished including large appliances
  • Double glazed and central heating
  • Two bedrooms – both with en suites
  • Woodland views
  • Leather suite (worth £4000!)
  • Spacious layout
  • Like NEW condition

If you are looking for a caravan for sale, Sussex then this is a real gem of a find and we would strongly recommend having a look at this one!

Position

This caravan for sale has a beautiful wrap around deck which captures the sun all day long. There is a private block paved drive for you to park your car and the lodge itself enjoys far reaching views of the surrounding woodland. The position is spacious and you will be sure to feel quite private set away from the hustle and bustle. As well as great outdoor space this position comes with a lawned area for you to relax on whilst at your caravan in Sussex.

The next step

Why not arrange a viewing of this place. Here at Parklink we can arrange this for you direct with the current owner. But hurry, Caravan holiday homes like this don’t stay ‘for sale’ for long! Contact us today – dan@parklink.uk or telephone: 07917868629

View this holiday home here

 

10 reasons to visit Stratford Upon Avon

10 reasons to visit Stratford Upon Avon.

We think it’s a good time to share a little bit of love for one of the worlds most famous towns, Stratford Upon Avon. It’s a town full of beauty and history and we have found 10 great reasons to come and visit!

1) Its the land of William Shakespeare – who happens to be the world’s most famous poet!

Thanks to this great English poet, Stratford is one of the most famous towns in the world. During the summer months tourists can be seen eagerly clutching guide books and taking photos of ye olde worlde buildings.

We recommend you make the pilgrimage to the most famous landmarks: the three theatres (The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, The Swan Theatre and The Other Place), Shakespeare’s Birthplace on Henley Street, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Gardens, the home of Shakespeare’s mother Mary Arden, and Holy Trinity Church where he is buried.

2) You are spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants in Stratford Upon Avon, you will of course see your usual chain restaurants such as Nando’s but also local independents like The Bear which sits near the River Avon and serves affordable tasty pub food. Another place that’s comes highly recommended is the famous theatre The RSC which has a beautiful rooftop restaurant serving British food, perfect for romantic dates.

3) Stunning scenery In the summer months there is nothing better than sitting by the river on the Bancroft watching the world go by with a picnic and good company. In the winter you can find a gem of a coffee shop called Box Brownie. The coffee is excellent.

Stratford Upon Avon is known for being very pretty so there are so many beautiful places for taking photos at the river and along the streets where you will find historical and Tudor buildings from Shakespeare’s time. If you fancy trekking a little outside of Stratford Upon Avon, there is a lovely place called Shottery, a small village in Stratford that has the most beautiful cottages which really come alive in the spring with wisteria and blossom.

4) Visit one of Shakespeare’s Houses and Gardens, even if you’re not particularly a massive fan of his work there is still something for everyone. Whether you want to see where he was born or see where he lived with his wife Anne Hathaway at her cottage. In the summer New Place – an Elizabethan garden, is particularly lovely and also the site of Shakespeare’s last home.

5) The locals are truly friendly. If you’re more inclined to blend in and avoid the tourist trap cafes and chain restaurants, go where the locals eat and drink where you’ll receive a friendly atmosphere and more authentic experience.

6) There is so much to discover. Stratford Upon Avon has lots of shops, cafes and countryside pubs and being so close to other lovely places such as the Cotswolds. You can always discover something new. Away from the hustle and bustle of cities like London, here you can soak up nature and relax in the traditional surroundings.

7) In the spirit of the Autumn season, the Michaelmas funfair (known locally as The Mop) is a two day event that takes place in October. Historically the local children got the day off from school as the traffic made it hard for school buses to drive through the town – The local mayor used to open the fair and was offered a free ride on anything that he or she wanted to go on. But this tradition was stopped as the smart teenagers of the town soon realised that if they followed the dignitary around then they too got a free ride (little fun fact).

8) So much history (aside from shakespearean history!) The oldest pub in Stratford is reportedly The Garrick Inn, which dates back to the 1400s. It has an impressive history (again the locals can fill you in) but rumour has it that many former drinkers return for a spiritual pint after dark – do you dare to share a tipple with someone from the other side…

9) A little worldly fun. Stratford has been given lamp posts by councils from across the world and these now line the town’s streets. They have different designs and plaques on them and could well be used to create a fun treasure hunt for a bored child (or adult even). Hours of free fun!

10) for when you’re Shakespeared out! Stratford is also home to the UK’s largest tropical butterfly farm. You can see colourful butterflies, creepy crawlies and even visit ‘Arachnoland’, which as massive fans of spiders we can’t wait to go to.

There really is something for everyone in Stratford Upon Avon. With the new season upon us and it is a season of beautiful colours and events in this historic town, we felt it only right to find some great reasons to see what holiday home beauties we can find for you here. This list could have gone on and on, but we will leave these reasons with you for now, and if you want more, contact us! We have all the information you could ever need. Enjoy your Autumn.

Interested in a holiday home in this stunning location? Why not take a look at Stratford Parks

 

Parklink – An Introduction To Our Vision

Looking for a holiday home should be a happy and exciting time, but it’s not always easy. There’s so much to choose from, and the information provided about each site and home varies so much that the whole process often becomes confusing and overwhelming – the opposite of what a holiday should be! Having spent years in the property market we thought we’d put our skills to work with holiday homes.

The Different Types of Holiday Homes

When you start looking for a holiday home you’ll soon realise there are a lot of different types to choose from. Each style and location has its own unique charm and different things to offer, which is why it’s so important to begin with a clear idea of what you’re looking for.