There are a number of static caravan manufacturers in the UK and Europe who build, sell and distribute a variety of different makes and models.
Here are the best static caravan manufacturers you should consider.
Located in Hull, ABI has been designing, manufacturing and supplying holiday homes to the leisure industry for 45 years.
The ABI collection can be purchased directly from a dealership, or, sited at one of the many holiday parks throughout the UK.
- The Coworth
- The Wimbledon
- The Beverley
- The Windermere
- The Ambleside
- The Westwood
- The Ryedale
- The Roecliffe
- The Derwent
- The Langdale
- The Beaumont
- The Beachcomber
ABI Caravans produce a wide selection of static caravans to suit all needs and budgets, with a variety of layouts including 2 and 3 bedroom models.
All models have been designed with style in mind, with furnishings throughout the homes of high quality. Choose between standard and deluxe versions which come with varying specifications.
Atlas has been producing high-quality holiday homes for over 30 years. Based in Hull, Atlas are a market leader, supplying dealers and holiday parks across the UK.
They have a wide range of holiday homes to suit all budgets and requirements.
5 lodges include;
- Debonair Lodge
- Lilac Lodge
- Wisteria Lodge
- Ovation Lodge
- Sherwood Lodge
Static caravans include;
- Debonair Access
Carnaby Caravans was established in 1976, located in West Yorkshire, England. Their aim as a company is to create high-quality products that are built to last while still maintaining an affordable price point.
The Carnaby range includes;
- Chantry Lodge
- Glenmoor Lodge
Based in Hull, Delta Caravans International are another well-known company that have been manufacturing static caravans and residential lodges since 1983.
The contemporary lodges and caravans are supplied to holiday parks all across the UK as well as exported to some countries within Europe.
Located in Wigan, in the North-West of England, Pemberton Caravans have been producing a full range of static caravans since the late 1940s.
Pemberton offer a lot of choices when it comes to static caravan models; they currently have models across 12 popular range for sale, ranging in price from £25,000 up to and over £100,000.
Pemberton design and manufacture static caravans, lodges and park homes in a wide range of styles. The above Glendale is a luxurious 3 bedroom static caravan complete with a stunning kitchen layout – a real home away from home.
The 12 different ranges come in a variety of different layouts and sizes, from 12ft to 22ft wide, to 30ft to 45ft long.
Pemberton can help with siting your new holiday home, whether that is in the UK or Europe. They can also assist with relocating a static caravan – simply fill out a form on their website and they will contact you with a quote.
Sunseeker Holiday Homes are another Hull based manufacturer of static caravans. Sunseeker offers a range of holiday homes offering something for every budget.
Sunseeker holiday home models include;
- Spirit Country
- Spirit Coastal
Sunseeker holiday lodge models include;
The Swift Group are manufacturers of not only static caravans and lodges but also touring caravans, motorhomes and ‘S-Pods.’
Their range of static caravans and lodges include the following models;
Swift cater for a range of budgets with their most economical model starting at £26,410, increasing in price to the more luxurious models at £100k and above.
Victory Leisure Homes are based in Hull and Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire.
They produce a range of models, supplying holiday parks across the UK.
Current models include;
- Lakewood Lodge
- Riverwood Lodge
Willerby is the UK’s holiday homes market leader. Founded more than 75 years ago, they have an unrivalled reputation for quality, design, and innovation.
They operate from a 90-acre site in Hull, employ over 1,100 staff, and produce more than 8,000 holiday homes each year. This pioneering company also has showgrounds in Hull, Southport, and Livingston.
There are currently 13 different models of Willerby static caravans to choose from.
- Vogue Classique
Bespoke Park Homes and Lodges
- The Delemere
- The Charnwood
- The Hazlewood
- The Rowan
- The Acorn
What To Consider Before Buying A Static Caravan
Before paying any deposits, it’s important to think about a few aspects of static caravan home ownership.
Don’t just think about the holiday park location, but also consider where your plot is located on the park. Will you be close to any evening entertainment that might cause some late night noise, or, are you next to the children’s play park when you value your Sunday morning late sleep ins?
You likely know how many beds and bedrooms are best for you but have you thought about an extra toilet or a more open plan kitchen and lounge area? Spend as much time in any potential static caravan or lodge before you buy it to get a really good feel for the space.
Aside from the initial cost of the holiday home, do you know all the associated costs? There are site fees to be paid as well as utilities such as gas, electric and water. Also, put aside some budget for maintenance.
Although not a legal requirement, most holiday parks will require that you have static caravan insurance as part of their site agreement. Many parks offer insurance as part of the sales package but it is worth comparing it with other companies.
Related: A Guide to Static Caravan Insurance