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Discover the Lincolnshire Wolds

Watch our brand new video on the Lincolnshire Wolds, find out some interesting facts and history about this area of outstanding natural beauty, discover Mablethorpe beach on the coast & find out about why there has been a resurgence in people investing in chalet holiday properties in 2019 in Lincolnshire!

To Hull and back - invest in a property on the Withernsea coast

Located on the Withernsea coast, Tingdene Kenwood & Colleys is the perfect base to explore East Yorkshire and beyond. With it’s newly built promenade, historic lighthouse with breathtaking views as far as the Humber Bridge & Blue Flag beaches stretching for miles. We check out two newly refurbished properties up for grabs…

Visit the family fun Easter holiday home open weekend in Suffolk!

Get some life out of your life savings and invest in a UK holiday home for you and your family this Easter! Visit our family fun Easter holiday home open weekend at Tingdene Broadlands Park & Marina in Oulton Broad Suffolk. There is a host of guests appearances for all the family including Cinderella, Batman with the Batmobile from the 1989 film, great live entertainment, a BBQ, Easter egg hunt plus get the chance to view a range of holiday homes for sale!

Celebrating influential women from Norfolk on International Women's Day

In the spirit of International Women’s Day, we take a look at multitude of influential women hailing from Norfolk. International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.

The resurgence of the chalet for the 21st century

The chalet was generally seen as a popular holiday home construction type in the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s following the post war era which was the boom period in UK tourism when the first motorways were created giving families easy access to UK seaside destinations which would have previously taken much longer on smaller, slower A roads. We explore why investing now in a timber chalet in 2019 gets you lots of bang for you buck and presents a mini grand designs opportunity for a bespoke refurbishment for the 21st century..