Park Fees

At Disserth to accommodate the differing needs of our holiday home owners we offer two season options. These are the popular eight month season 1st March to the 31st October and for those with more time on their hands or who like winter breaks an eleven month season from the 3rd February to the following 3rd January. Owners can choose to switch season on an annual basis if their circumstances change as we want a happy park with content owners. Please remember we are a holiday park and residential use of the holiday caravan is not permitted.

The park fees for 2017:

Our pitch fees are inclusive except for the additional charges listed below.

  • 1st March to 31st October: £1437.50 plus vat at 20% (£287.50) Total: £1725.00
  • 3rd February to 3rd January: £1800.00 plus vat at 20% (£360.00) Total: £2160.00

Additional Charges:

Electricity:
The holiday caravans have individual meters which are read at the end of October and customers are invoiced on units consumed at the rate charged by our utility provider.

Gas:
The holiday caravans are supplied by bottled Calor Gas. The current refill charges are 47kg bottles £67.50 or 19kg bottles £32.00. Stock is kept on the park and each caravan has 2 bottles connected to an auto-changeover regulator to allow continuous supply.

Insurance:
All holiday caravans must be insured always to park agreed cover levels.

Occasionally a pitch becomes available either with a quality second hand caravan already sited as the owners have left or a vacant pitch for a new environmental green caravan of your choice. If you are considering acquiring a holiday caravan, then browse our ‘Static caravan for sale’ page. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you require further information. Contact Us

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