What’s the difference between a residential park home and a holiday home site?
09 October 2015
There is often confusion with some potential holiday lodge owners as to whether they can live at holiday home sites all year round.
With residential park homes your park home is your main address and you register this with the council. As a holiday home owner your lodge is not your private registered address and your main ‘family’ home is. This means you don’t pay council tax for a holiday home.
If you live on a holiday home site the owners of the site will notify you of what status you can have. At Charteroak our holiday sites and lodges are all classed as holiday home use only.
This means owners of our lodges can stay and live in their lodges for up to 8 months in a 12 month period. You also have the added benefit of being able to rent your lodge out to other holiday makers during the year and have the potential to earn a return on your investment through our Guaranteed Income Option.
When purchasing one of our luxury lodges they all come with a the benefit of a 125 year licence, there’s also no stamp duty to pay, no council tax to pay, communal grounds are all maintained by us and you have the facility to use our fully managed holiday letting service through Blue Chip Holidays.
For more information on purchasing a holiday lodge with us please contact us here