Caravan Parks for sale in Wales

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Log Cabin Holiday Village - Carmarthenshire

Approx 21 acres in total. Holiday village with 92 detached log cabins on 13 acres. 78 privately owned cabins, 12 park owned & 2 residential cabins. Amenity complex with licensed club, shop & manager's flat. Historic planning permission to...

Location: Carmarthenshire, Dyfed, Wales

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  • F/H Price £1,100,000
Holiday Home Park - Powys

Approx. 2.7 acres. Holiday complex with 4 bedroom 18th century farmhouse previously operated as a B&B. Developed holiday caravan park with consent for 18 static / holiday lodges and 7 touring holiday caravans. 13 privately owned static...

Location: Powys, Wales

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  • F/H Price £775,000
Residential Park Home Estate - Carmarthenshire

Approximately 3.5 acres in total. Planning permission for 22 residential park homes. 20 homes currently sited (11 privately owned, 8 letting units & 1 for sale). Resident’s amenity area with seating & pergola. Excellent income circa £53,600...

Location: Carmarthenshire, Dyfed, Wales

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  • F/H Price £635,000
Established holiday & leisure park for sale

Exciting lifestyle change opportunity. Established holiday & leisure park. Substantial Grade II Listed 8/9 bed farmhouse. 10 self-contained cottages. Leisure complex with bar & restaurant. Heated indoor pool, 2 squash courts, all weather...

Location: New Quay, Dyfed, Wales

Search categories: Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses, Holiday Parks, Holiday Cottages, Stables

  • F/H Price £1,100,000
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**REDUCED** Well established caravan park with far reaching views across the...

The business trades as a holiday caravan park with holiday cottage and tearoom. At the time of our inspection the park was developed to accommodate 13 static holiday caravans 2 of which were park-owned and utilised as letting fleet. The...

Location: Presteigne, Powys, Wales

Search categories: Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses, Campsites, Holiday Cottages, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price £699,000
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Riverside caravan and camping park in the Ceiriog Valley, North Wales

Planning permission for 19 static caravans and 25 touring caravans 1 residential caravan Developed for 18 statics all being privately owned Developed for 25 touring pitches comprising 21 hard-standing pitches and 4 grass pitches. 8 of the...

Location: Wrexham, Clwyd, Wales

Search categories: Other Entertainment & Leisure businesses, Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses

  • F/H Price £749,000
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Log cabin holiday village within Snowdownia National Park

Planning permission for 347 log cabins; Developed with 306 log cabins Central facilities building to include reception, shop, offices and workshop (EPC-D) Log cabin suitable for a manager or owner with 12 month residential use (EPC-E)...

Location: Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price £3,395,000
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**REDUCED** Attractive South Wales holiday park in peaceful location

Planning permission for 20 holiday static caravans Site Licence period for 48 weeks of the year 4 bedroom detached house in a private garden Previous planning consent for a further dwelling Attractive rural setting David Bellamy Conservation...

Location: Hay-on-Wye, Powys, Wales

Search categories: Caravan Parks, Campsites, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price £495,000
Caravan and Camping Park in Caernarfon

Long established touring and camping park within walking distance of the historic town of Caernarfon. Site Licence period from 1st March to 10th January. Planning Permission and Site Licence for 32 touring pitches and 68 tents....

Location: Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses, Campsites, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price £525,000
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**REDUCED** Holiday Park Development Wales

Attractive Holiday Lodge Development Overlooking Cardigan Bay. Planning Permission for a total of 30 Twin Unit Holiday Lodges. 12 month Site Licence Period. Good standard development with all pitches being provided with metered electric,...

Location: Dyfed, Wales

Search categories: Caravan Parks, Leisure businesses, Holiday Cottages, Holiday Parks, Holiday Lettings

  • F/H Price £749,000
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STUNNING PUBLIC HOUSE/RESTAURANT & FUNCTION VENUE WITH EXTENSIVE PRIVATE &...

Fantastic opportunity to acquire stunning detached landmark character property with superbly refurbished bar/dining/ function room facilities & 2 en-suite B&B guest rooms set in 2.5 landscaped acres with caravan/campsite on busy year-round...

Location: Haverfordwest, Dyfed, Wales

Search categories: Bed & Breakfasts, Caravan Parks, Holiday Flats/Apartments, Public Houses, Investment Properties

  • F/H Price £999,950 open to genuine offers
IMPRESSIVE FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE OR DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY IN SIX ACRES NEAR...

Fantastic opportunity to acquire well maintained SIX ACRE estate with stunning National Park views currently boasting detached public house & restaurant premises & 30-pitch touring caravan site in sought-after tourist setting. Comes with...

Location: Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Caravan Parks, Public Houses, Land (Commercial), Tourism Services, Development Sites

  • F/H Price £1,995,000

Caravan and Camping Sites for sale in Wales

With over 1,000 km of coastline, 43 Blue Flag beaches, 3 National Parks, 5 Areas of Outstanding Beauty and 15 major mountains, Wales attracts thousands of tourists looking for a picturesque outdoor break every year. Caravan parks in Wales can cash in on this busy trade, but it’s important to ensure that you buy a park with attractive features to ensure that you stand out from the crowd.

Whether you’re looking at a site near the stunning Swansea, St Brides or Cardigan Bays, or perhaps a park nestled between the mountainous peaks of the Snowdonia National Park, you must ensure that the caravan park you’re considering is in a location that is picturesque, easy to get to and/or within reach of shops and tourism centres; it’s location-specific factors like these that will dictate the kind of customer your park attracts, and should help you shape your marketing decisions and set the tone of the park. For instance, if the site you are considering is especially beautiful, but is out of reach of pubs, shops and other facilities, it could prove impractical for many families, but will still appeal to tourists in the market for a serene countryside retreat. Similarly, caravan parks closer to town centres may be more popular with large groups, but are unlikely to appeal to those looking for a quiet getaway. 

You should also think carefully about whether you will be able to maintain a high occupancy rate in the site as-is, or whether there is an opportunity or a requirement to build facilities onsite in order to increase earnings. Bear in mind that in some of the more picturesque areas of Wales, planning permission will be extremely hard to secure.

It’s worth searching sites like the Camping and Caravanning Club for reviews of the caravan park that you are thinking of buying. Customer reviews will give you a sense of how the park is performing at present, and will alert you to any issues specific to the location of the park that you may not be able to cure with your own personal energy alone.