Holiday Home FAQs
Here are some of the questions we receive most often regarding Holiday Home ownership at Ladram Bay. If your question hasn’t been answered below, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our Sales Team on 01395 568761. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org We would be delighted to provide further information and/or send you our free Buyer’s Guide.
Q: What annual charges can I expect?
In addition to your utility bills, rates and insurance, you’ll pay an annual pitch fee which contributes towards the running costs of the Park. Ask for a copy of our site charges sheet which details current fees.
Q: How long is the season?
The season for a holiday home lasts eight months, running from mid-March to mid-November. Our Luxury Lodges have a season of 10 months, which runs from 1st March to 5th January.
Q: How long can I keep my Holiday Home at Ladram Bay?
You may keep your Holiday Home at Ladram Bay for 15 years starting from the year of manufacture. The single Luxury Lodges can be kept on site for 20 years and the double Luxury Lodges for 40 years.
Q: How much deposit do I have to pay to secure my Holiday Home?
A non-refundable deposit of £500 will secure any unit across the park for a limited time.
Q: How quickly can I move in to my Holiday Home?
If the Holiday Home has already been sited, we’re pleased to advise that you can move in as soon as we receive the full balance. If the Holiday Home is not sited it can take between three and ten days.
Q: Can I choose my own pitch for my Holiday Home?
Yes, if you are buying a brand-new Holiday Home you may pick from the pitches available at that time.
Q: Can we part-exchange our touring caravan?
At Ladram Bay, we now take touring caravans in part-exchange for Holiday Homes. Please call us on 01395 568761 for more information.
Q: Can I sublet my Holiday Home?
Owners are permitted to sublet their Holiday Home and guaranteed income can be made by subletting to Ladram Bay. Check our Sublet page for more information.
Q: May I bring a dog?
Dogs are welcome on the site, recreational park and coastal paths. Unfortunately, they are not permitted on the beach at any time.