Here at Triangle Leisure we pride ourselves on offering the very best range of static caravans for sale in North Wales with models to suit all tastes and budgets. We currently have three caravan parks located throughout Wales in Prestatyn and Criccieth on sites specifically chosen for their their rural setting, stunning scenery and close proximity to beautiful sandy beaches. Our family-friendly parks are maintained to the highest of standards offering peace and tranquillity as well as a strong sense of community amongst our holiday home owners.
Here are five great reason why you should consider investing in a static caravan in North Wales.
Every holiday home owner knows that buying a static caravan gives you an unlimited amount of freedom when it comes to planning and taking holidays by eliminating the need to book or plan your destination. Ownership means you can simply get up and go whenever you want whether you fancy a quick weekend getaway or a longer summer break. Our holiday parks are owner exclusive but you are more than welcome to bring along any friends or family members to enjoy the North Wales countryside all year round. And, if you have children, you’re probably more than aware of how holiday rates skyrocket during the school holidays making static caravans an attractive investment for parents. With holiday home ownership, you no longer need to be restricted by term times and fork out extra cash during busier periods, you just pack up and go. Pets are also more than welcome to come along so feel free to bring your four legged friends with you.
North Wales is currently going through a “golden period” of tourism and has recently been named as one of the best places on the planet to visit by one of the world’s biggest guide books. The region, once famed for its slate and copper mining, has now become a huge outdoor adventure playground for hikers, mountain bikers and rock climbers. Over 10 million people visited the region last year with attractions such as the longest surfable man-made wave in the Conwy Valley, the world’s fastest zip line at Penrhyn Quarry and giant trampolines buried in a 176-year-old slate mine at Blaenau Ffestiniog attracting more visitors than before. The sheer variety of both indoor and outdoor attractions in North Wales means there is always something for the whole family to enjoy whatever the weather.
The area is also awash with historic towns, ports and sites to visit including the majestic 13th century Criccieth Castle that towers over Tremadog Bay. In addition, there are several museums to discover including the famous National Slate Museum housed in the Industrial Victorian Workshops that once serviced and maintained the enormous Dinorwig slate quarry above it. North Wales is also renowned for it’s incredible cuisine with award winning restaurants serving up local delicacies such as traditional Welsh cawl, salt marsh lamb and a huge range of fresh seafood. No visit to Wales is complete without sampling the selection of food on offer and our holiday parks are perfectly located to enjoy all types of cuisine.
Many people still hold on to the misconception of static caravans and holiday parks as a “downmarket” option when this couldn’t be further from the truth. Our parks are all in fantastic condition with a huge array of facilities including free Wi-Fi throughout and an on-site owners bar at Triangle Wood. The holiday homes themselves also feature everything you would expect from modern housing including spacious dining areas, en-suite master bedrooms, fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, thermostatic shower rooms as well as double glazing and central heating throughout. So many people visit our parks and are amazed when they see the caravans for themselves so we highly recommend visiting one of our open days to see them for yourself, talk to other owners and get a taste for the local area.
Just because you aren’t using your holiday home doesn’t mean it can’t be useful. Many owners on our parks make money through subletting which is where you can rent out your caravan when not in use. Subletting can easily cover the cost of your annual site fees, gas, water and electric bills but if you’re planning on letting your caravan out during peak seasons you can start to recoup a significant part of your initial investment. It’s also something to consider when purchasing your holiday home, as newer models will generally yield higher rental prices compared to used static caravans.
With prices starting from only £12k, there has never been a better time to become a holiday home owner. We pride ourselves on offering a selection of the very best static caravans for sale in North Wales and creating stunning holiday parks with a strong sense of community that people will want to visit time and time again. As mentioned earlier, viewing is highly recommended even if you aren’t 100% sure you want to become an owner as spending time on our parks is the only way to make a truly informed decision. You can get in touch with us here to arrange a visit here or request any further information about our holiday parks and static caravans.