When people begin looking at buying a holiday home, they often ask us where to start the process.

Whilst visiting the parks and finding your ideal location are the key factors that customers consider the type of accommodation is also an important factor.  There is such a huge array of caravans available these days that it can be difficult to know what you want, so making the correct choice can be tricky.

We often recommend that potential buyers pay a visit to an event – and there’s none better than the annual Caravan Extravaganza, better known as the Hull Show.

Taking place over two days in Cottingham, East Yorkshire, it’s the best opportunity to see as many different models and options in one place as possible. As well as a wide selection of touring caravans, the show features around 150 static caravans and holiday homes for visitors to explore.

We attend without fail every year, partnering with leading manufacturers to help visitors pair up their ideal new holiday home with the perfect plot on one of our welcoming parks. This year, we’ll be working with Prestige Homeseeker Lodges, Carnaby Caravans, ABI Caravans and Regal Holiday Homes at the show.

They’ll all be showing an extensive range of their 2019 products and will be happy to chat through the latest developments, from comfort features to new technology. Naturally, we’ll be on hand to talk about choosing the right plot, thinking about site facilities and location, plus any other questions you may have about finding the perfect place for your holiday home.

The beauty of the Hull Show, as well as being the best opportunity to see the widest range of holiday homes in one place, is that it’s a great day out. There are food outlets, entertainment and even a mini funfair for youngsters.

Entry is just £3 per person or £7 for a family and parking is free. You can even bring well-behaved dogs so they can give their approval to your new holiday home too!

For more information, visit the Hull Show website.

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