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How To Choose The Right Static Caravan

How To Choose The Right Static Caravan

Static caravans not only can be used for holidays, they also make great short-term housing too. Whatever way you use your static caravan, having the right size to suit your needs is key. So, how to choose the right static caravan can give you many years of great holidays or the perfect accommodation, which one do you go for?

What Is Important When Picking A Static Caravan

If you are using your static caravan for holidays the best way to figure out how much space, you need is to keep the berth size to the size of your family. So, if you have a family of 5, go for a 5 berth or maybe a 6 to give your breathing space. Static caravans are perfectly designed to make the best storage and needs for the berths.

Picking The Perfect Caravan Pitch

This is all down to you and your family. Do you love the beach or the countryside? Do you want to be on a busy park with lots to do or in a quiet tucked away spot? Finding the ideal park to pitch your static caravan is just as important as the caravan itself. Remember to go take a look at any prospective pitch, just as with a buy a house it’s advisable to go at different time to see if there are any points you need to take into consideration.

Static Caravans And Year-Round Access

One point to remember when thinking, how to choose the right static caravan, is can you have access to your caravan all year round? Some parks do not allow owners access at certain times of year. This is usually due to site maintenance or limits on guests living permanently in their static caravans. Always double check the pitch rental contracts and remember to factor this into your choice of pitch.

New And Used Static Caravans Cornwall

Come to KC Caravans for your new and used static caravans in Cornwall. We have a great range of static caravans to choose from, from big to perfectly compact, the choice is yours. Our expert team will be able to advise you on the ideal caravan for you and answer any questions you may have.

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