Useful Information & FAQs

Although there is someone on site for a lot of the time it is well worth phoning before hand to make sure that someone will be available to help you.
We welcome well trained dogs that must be kept on a lead when on the park, but we reserve the right to refuse certain breeds.
Immediate family and close, personal friends are all welcome to use your holiday home, but we do not allow the commercial letting out of caravans on the park.
Yes, we use the standard contract produced by our trade association, the BH & HPA, and the NCC (National Caravan Council). This agreement is the contract that will be made between you and the park and it includes your right to keep the holiday home on the park for a given period of years and the times during which you can use your unit. Copies are available on request.

Yes, Summerhill Holiday Park is a member of the BHHPA (British Holiday & Home Parks Association) General advice on purchasing a holiday home can be obtained from:
BH&HPA
Chichester House
6 Pullman Court
Great Western Road
Gloucester
GL1 3ND
Tel: 01452526911

The annual pitch fee is due 1st March each year and is £2,350 inc vat for the 2017 season for caravans. This covers security on the Park, park maintenance, refuse collection, water, sewerage, use of the Park’s facilities.
Rates are included in the site fee.
Electricity is metered and customers pay for only the amount that they use, this is charged twice yearly, March and September.
Gas is stocked on site.
The park is fully insured.

No. You are restricted to using it for holiday or recreational purposes. If you were to live permanently in your holiday home, this would be in breach of the site licence and pitch licence agreement with serious legal consequence.
Summerhill Holiday Park allows its owners to use their caravan during the period 1st March to 14th January.
Caravans will need to be replaced after 15 years

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