at Franchis Holidays
To help you with your decision.................................................................
What facilities are available on the park?
The joy of Franchis and what makes it special is that it’s a quiet, rural park where you can really get away from it all. We do have laundry facilities, tourist information, books to borrow and a dog exercise area.
What are the annual costs after purchasing a holiday home?
Pitch fees of £2400 (inc VAT & any relevant taxes) are payable in January each year.
Gas and electricity are billed quarterly as used
We’re lucky enough to have our own private water supply here so that’s just £150 (inc VAT) per year.
Insurance is through your own choice of provider
How long can my holiday home stay at Franchis?
We offer purchasers of holiday lodges a standard Licence Agreement of 25 years but this can be extended up to a maximum of 30 years for an additional cost at the time of purchase.
When can I use my holiday home?
Any time you like for 11 months of the year, with February being the only month the park completely closes.
What models are available?
We offer a large range of models by Atlas, Swift, Willerby, Pemberton and ABI.
How quickly can we move in?
We have a Swift Biarritz Lodge ready now at a price of £67,950.
Other models can be ordered and sited on your chosen pitch within approximately 16 weeks, depending on the time of year.
Can I live in my holiday home?
No. You can stay in it while you are on holiday but you must live somewhere else. We will need you to provide the address of your main residence, which must be your home. We will also require proof of your residential address by way of suitable documentation e.g. recent utility bills, current council tax bill, and driving licence or similar. We will require up to date copies of these documents on an annual basis.
Can I sublet my holiday home?
We do not allow commercial subletting, although family and friends are welcome to stay at your holiday home.
What rights and obligations are there?
Franchis is a member of the BH&HPA (a trade association which ensures we reach a high standard) so all our holiday home owners have a formal, written Licence Agreement as recommended by them. The Licence Agreement sets out the obligations of both the holiday home owner and the park owner and includes the park rules. Please ask for a sample copy if you would like more details.