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Buying A New Holiday Future With A Static Caravan Sale

Author : Sam Paul

Go to a static caravan’s sale and take a look at the static caravans on offer. What do you see? Holiday homes made of aluminium and plastic? Trailer style abodes complete with cleverly constructed interiors, fully working showers, the lot? Well, yes, but there’s something else here too. A new sort of possibility. A different future, in which holidays are less about hot, aggravating searches for overpriced pubs and more about kicking back and relaxing in your favourite place on earth.

The static van is unique in its ability to allow a holidaymaker to choose his or her holiday accommodation and then fit it to his or her ideal environment. Within reason, a holiday home (static caravans are often referred to as holiday homes, or mobile homes) can be placed anywhere. That means you can go to a static caravan sale, pick out your ideal accommodation, and then have it moved to your favourite place in the UK. And that means ideal, idyllic holidays for the rest of your life.

Usually, there’s something wrong with a British holiday. Either the place is great but the accommodation looks like it was designed for a sick seagull; or the accommodation is wonderful but the place it’s in is not that good. And there’s the issue of food, of course – many British holiday resorts are notorious for charging the earth for food you wouldn’t eat back home if you were paid. Static caravans kill both of those birds with the same neat stone. They’ve got kitchens and you can, as has been mentioned already, site them anywhere. That means brilliant locations, excellent accommodation – and your own home cooked food.

Effectively, what you get at a static caravan sale is the opportunity to live that lovely outdoors type holidaying life, without the hassle of tents, the uncertainty of mobile touring caravans or the lottery of site selection. You know what the site is like already, because you picked it with particular care (once a static is in, it’s in – it takes a lot of effort and money to shift it); and you don’t have to put anything up, or tow anything, because the holiday home is already there. Buying static caravans is exactly the same as buying bricks and mortar holiday homes – with the added attraction that you get to choose where they are, as well as what they are.

In recent years, the static caravan’s sale market has experienced an unprecedented upturn. Partly, this seems due to the recession, which has caused most British residents to rethink their holiday options and go for something smaller and more satisfying. Partly, though, it’s also due to the fact that a lot of British folk have started to realise that living simply on holiday is the perfect antidote to their usually pretty hectic lives. Static caravans are more than just holiday options – they’re lifestyle choices, and affordable ones at that: choices that let people get back to the simpler side of life without having to pay through the nose for the privilege. What better way to enjoy the good life, than one that doesn’t cost the earth?

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Static caravans are rising as the UK goes back to its holidaying roots. But, while looking for static caravans sale, one should keep in mind some very essential points too.

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