Frequently asked questions
Purchasing a second home is a big decision: there’s the area to choose, the property itself and then your financial options to figure out.
At Woodland Holiday Park we’re here to help with tips and advice to guide you through the process.
What are the benefits of owning a holiday home?
For some people it’s a lifestyle choice; a favourite place where you can get together with family and friends to enjoy quality time together.
It’s also an affordable way to own a second home in a desirable location.
You’re free to come and go as you please, as often as you like and at any time of the year – including during expensive school holidays – without the hassle of booking or planning. You can just pack, and go.
Is location important?
Your holiday home is a retreat from the stresses of daily life; a place to relax and recharge your batteries.
If it’s gloriously hot days and no rain you’re looking for, then Norfolk is the answer: it’s the combined driest and sunniest county in the UK. Great weather for exploring what North Norfolk, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, has to offer.
Take a walk along the Norfolk Coast Path to see the earliest evidence of humans in Britain, or visit the Victorian seaside resort of Cromer. Both are only a short distance away.
The holiday park itself has a host of on-site facilities: a luxury leisure club with indoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art gym, sauna, steam room and spa pool; tennis court; a clubhouse with a restaurant and bar that’s open seven days a week; and a fully stocked fishing lake.
Whether you’d like to spend your leisure time taking a peaceful walk in the woodlands, exploring the local beaches or relaxing in the pool on site, Woodland Holiday Park offers a real escape from routine.
What’s it like to stay in a holiday home?
Double glazing. Central heating as standard. Spacious living areas to relax in, bedrooms with walk-in wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms- walking into a modern holiday home for the first time is a wonderful surprise.
Meticulously designed and built using state-of-the-art materials, they’re warm and comfortable all year round. A real home from home.
Holiday home costs
To help you move into your new holiday home without any additional outlay, the price listed also includes the timber decking, interiors and furniture as well as connection charges, your first gas bottles and a digital TV aerial.
You’ll also have access to our high-speed broadband service.
As with any other home, ongoing costs include utility bills, insurance and a ground rent fee which goes towards the maintenance of the park.
How often can I visit my holiday home?
Woodland Holiday Park has a 46-week season during which you’re welcome to stay in your home as much as you’d like. This includes Christmas, New Year and all other holiday periods.
We’re closed to home owners from the first Sunday or Monday in January until mid-February.
As we’re not a residential park, all holiday home owners must have a permanent main address elsewhere.