Yes, you can, we welcome 2 well behaved dogs on the park (additional dogs by permission) and some owners bring their cat.
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely not! We are licenced as a holiday park and all owners must have a home address where they live and pay council tax. The local authorities investigate parks frequently anyone found living on the park are generally asked to leave.
Family members are allowed to use your holiday home, but it cannot be rented out commercially.
Holiday Home insurance can be arranged through the Park. Owners are required to have insurance for their holiday home, we have our own site park insurance representatives and we are happy to give you a quote without obligation.
Bigland Hall Caravan Park Ltd., is an appointed representative of Arthur J. Gallagher Insurance Brokers Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Registered Office: Spectrum Building 7th Floor, 55 Blysthwood Street, Glasgow, G2 7AT. Registered in Scotland. Company Number: SC108909.
Give us a call or send an email then we can arrange to meet you and show you the park.
Any new holiday home bought here comes with a 15-30 year pitch agreement and pre-owned holiday homes are normally a 10 year agreement, these are just guidelines as it really depends on what you choose.
Owners can use their holiday homes from the 1st March to the 14th January, subject to weather. Seasonal tourers season is 1st March to 15th November and our premium seasonal tourer guests may stay by request to the 14th January. Day visits are allowed out of season but you are not able to stay overnight.
The annual pitch fee is due for payment around the 10th February. Static holiday homes start from around £2700 plus vat, some are more depending on the pitch size and position. Lodges vary but are around £4000 plus vat. Remember, Gas bottles, metered electric and water usage, insurance and non-domestic rates.
If you only want your holiday home short term we would discourage you from buying in the first place, like cars they lose most of their value in the first few years. However, most people keep them for years, this represents fantastic value for money.