Everything You Need to Know About Owning Your Dream Holiday Home with Wood Leisure
WHY BUY AT WOOD LEISURE?
Wood Leisure have six holiday parks located in spectacular scenery around Scotland. Buy with confidence, and with over 35 years of experience running 4 and 5 star holiday parks, you can be confident you are purchasing a holiday home to come and relax with your family and friends to enjoy holidays all year round.
Our Sales team are here to ensure everything runs smoothly when purchasing your new holiday home, and will make you feel right at home. Everyone is catered for with a wide range of activities surrounding our holiday parks from Skiing at Glenshee to boating at Loch Lomond.
Enjoy a safe environment for your family to spend their leisure time and create memories to last a lifetime.
Frequently asked questions
Q: When can I come to view the park?
A: Our parks are open seven days a week. Please call before you arrive so we can arrange our sales team to show you around the park and holiday homes.
Q: Can my family visit us at our holiday home?
A: Your family can come for the day or stay the night. When you are not using your holiday home invite your family to stay for the weekend.
Q: Can I park alongside my holiday home?
A: There is parking for one car at all holiday homes.
Q: Are dogs welcome?
A: Yes we welcome dogs at all our holiday parks. We ask that dogs are kept on a lead and that you pick up after them; there are dog bins located around the parks. There are dog walks on all our parks. Alternatively, there are lots of local walks just a short distance from the parks.
Q: Is there fishing on your holiday parks?
A: You can fish free of charge, catch and release, at our Corriefodly, Campsie Glen & Callander Woods parks.
Q: Is there a good TV reception?
A: Each new home comes with a TV connection, the park team will ensure you have TV reception. Varies from park to park, some of our parks have Freesat connection.
Q: Are the parks open all year round?
A: All of our parks are open all year round for holidays with the exception of Campsie Glen & Callander Woods which are closed in January and February.
Q: Can I bring my grandchildren to our holiday home?
A: All our parks have outdoor play areas and some have indoor games room. Corriefodly benefits from its own indoor soft play area, while Deeside has a brand new games room. We would be delighted to welcome your grandchildren.
Q: Can I relocate my caravan to your park?
A: This is taken on a case by case basis depending on the availability of pitches. Alternatively, you can sell your caravan at your current park and then purchase a caravan at one of our parks.
Q: How much are pitch/site fees and what does this include?
A: The pitch fees start from £2,250, this includes rates and water and maintaining the grounds of the park. Rates at Campsie Glen are invoiced separately.
Q: How are gas and electric supplied and charged?
A: Gas and electric is metered into your holiday home and invoiced out three times per year subject to an administration/availability charge. Gas is bottled at our Campsie Glen & Callander Woods holiday parks. Gas and electric is charged at the pass-through rate.
Q: Is there free Wi-Fi on the park?
A: Wi-Fi is currently supplied by an outside company called Silver Lining, you can pay annually, monthly, weekly or daily. Please note that the Wi-fi signal can fluctuate and may not be available all the time.
Q: How long can the caravan stay on the park?
A: Blairgowrie Holiday Park & Deeside 18 years, Corriefodly, Campsie Glen & Callander Woods Holiday Park 20 years, and Lomond Woods 15 years from the date of manufacture.
Q: Do you allow subletting on your parks?
A: We do not allow subletting, your friends and family are welcome to use your holiday home.
Q: Erecting decking or a shed, do we require permission?
A: All alterations and additions to your caravan and pitch must go through the office to be authorised by the park manager. Decking would need to be constructed by a park preferred contractor.
Q: Can I live in my caravan? I am retired and want to use my caravan all the time?
A: You cannot live in your caravan as the park is a holiday park not residential. Being retired does not mean you are on holiday. The test is whether you have a main residence elsewhere.
Campsie Glen has residential park homes where you can live permanently as a resident.
Q: Does the caravan come with a guarantee?
A: Pre-owned caravans are sold as seen and do not come with a guarantee. New caravans come with a manufacturer guarantee.
Q: What happens when the caravan has reached the end of its life at the park?
A: There would be a disconnection charge to pay, with prices starting from £600+VAT. The park would help to locate a buyer for your caravan to the best of our ability.