WELCOME TO THE TINGDENE LIFESTYLE
THE HOLIDAY PARKS WHERE THERE'S TIME TO BE YOU
It’s all about freedom. Our carefully chosen locations are perfectly placed for the perfect lifestyle pace. Seaside, countryside or riverside, there’s no downside to life on a Tingdene Lifestyle Park.
It’s somewhere to do the things you thought you didn’t have time to do, like simply strolling on a beach, or wandering country lanes. Somewhere to walk the dog by the water or strike out for some more determined exploring.
With a wide range of holiday parks situated across the country, you will be able to find a holiday home located in some of the finest locations the UK has to offer.
Whichever Lifestyle Park you choose, you’ll enjoy top quality holiday homes, outstanding facilities and that little bit of magic we call The Tingdene Touch.
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BROADLANDS PARK & MARINA
the gateway to the uk's newest national park
- New and refurbished holiday homes for sale
- Choose from lodges, villas and holiday homes for sale (12 month holiday use)
- Brand new caravan plots just released for sale
- Become an owner at Broadlands Park and Marina and gain access to multiple leisure clubs
- Great park facilities including gym, indoor pool, bar and restaurant
- Marina & moorings available - explore the Broads by water
Sought after Suffolk is unspoiled but you'll be spoiled for choice. Discover the waterways of the Broads via the park's marina. Located close to the one of the UK's most prestigious seaside locations, Southwold, with it's working lighthouse, splendid art galleries, fine shops, pubs, award-winning pier, historic beach huts and Adnam's brewery, Broadlands Park and Marina is the perfect spot to explore what Suffolk has to offer.
Modern Holiday Cottages IN NORTH NORFOLK
To be close to the sea in North Norfolk is a dream for many people and it’s dream that can come true for you at Rainbow's End. Sought after, but still secluded, North Norfolk is the go to place for a laid back lifestyle. Rainbow's End captures the magic of the North Norfolk coast, with its modern holiday cottages hidden in thirteen gorgeous acres of grassland. Close to Bacton, this prime park has direct access to a stunning Norfolk beach. You’re just a few miles away from the charms of Cromer and Sheringham, not to mention the Norfolk Broads. You really need to look around Rainbow’s End. We think it’s just what you’ve been dreaming of!
- x10 new plots released for sale!
- Doorstep beach access
- Great for exploring North Norfolk
- 12 month holiday occupancy (open all year)
- Timber deckings
- Choose from 25 or 99 year leases
CLIFF TOP VILLAS IN A VILLAGE WITHIN A VILLAGE!
Overlooking the Suffolk coast and set in seven acres of parkland, Waterside is a very special place. Located in the village of Corton, this park has a real community atmosphere. It’s like a village within a village.
The outstanding facilities include a swimming pool, bar, restaurant and hair salon. A Tingdene brick built holiday villa at Waterside is ideal as a second home and has huge potential as a holiday let investment.
Take a walk around Waterside - we think you’ll want to know more!
- Brand new Allseasons Hotel now open
- Stunning clifftop sea views
- Covered heated swimming pool
- 12 month holiday occupancy (open all year)
- Coast Bar & Restaurant
- Hair salon
THE CARAVAN PARK WHERE EAST IS DEFINITELY BEST!
Yes, North Denes is the UK’s most easterly caravan park. This stunning location is next to the beach at Ness Point and it’s the ideal spot for your static caravan holiday home.
Calm and quiet, but not far away from lots of East Anglia’s best attractions, North Denes is a brilliant holiday location.
We have a wonderful selection of static caravans for sale, and plenty of spaces if you want to bring your own.
You’ll be ecstatic about a static at North Denes! Stop right now and take a look at where you could stay!
- New pitch developments coming soon
- The UK's most easterly caravan park
MABLETHORPE CHALET & CARAVAN PARK
CHOOSE A TRADITIONAL CEDAR WOOD HOME OR A STYLISH CARAVAN - CHOOSE THE LINCOLNSHIRE COAST
Mablethorpe is the perfect Lincolnshire retreat. It’s contrast of traditional cedar wood home and stylish modern caravans exactly reflects the surrounding area’s mix of heritage and up to date attractions. Skegness, one of England’s oldest seaside resorts, is nearby. There’s Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes and Sutton on Sea - all of them steeped in history. Miles of golden sand, exciting scenery, beachside amusements, indoor attractions and good old-fashioned fun make the Lincolnshire coast a firm favourite. Mablethorpe is the perfect location to make perfect holiday memories. Make time now - to take a look around Mablethorpe!
- Live by the sea
- Unrestricted use, open all year round (leasehold chalets only)
- New Cedars Bar & restaurant
- New development of static caravan pitches - bring your caravan to us!
- New Arcade development & shop
GET THE MOST FROM THE SUNSHINE COAST
Saddlebrook Chase is a superb caravan park, close to the ever popular resort of Clacton-on-Sea. It’s ideally placed for you to enjoy one of the UK’s most diverse stretches of beautiful beaches and charming countryside.
Close to the coast, and just a stone’s throw from seaside towns and attractions, Saddlebrook Chase is just the place for your static holiday caravan. We have a fantastic selection in stock, or bring your own.
But first have a look around. We think the sunshine coast is where you’ll get the most - from your Tingdene holiday home.
THE BEST OF THE SEASIDE IN TEESSIDE
Just to the east of the river Tees this beautiful park is right by one of the longest and loveliest unbroken stretches of beach in England. Redcar Beach is a friendly place; it’s next to Cleveland Golf Club and within easy walking distance of the popular resort of Redcar. Surrounded by beauty and steeped in history this stunning coastal location gives you the chance to enjoy the wonderful North Yorkshire Moors National Park and charming towns like Whitby and Staithes. Take a look. We think you’ll love it.
- Direct Beach Access
- Championship Golf Course
- Redcar Leisure Centre and Indoor Pool
- Redcar Race Course
A LITTLE GEM IN A VICTORIAN SPA TOWN
Hazelgrove Caravan Park is somewhere you’ll love. Well-appointed and friendly, it’s on a magnificent stretch of coastline in the heart of Saltburn.
This charming resort is steeped in history; smuggling folklore and Victorian style are echoes of its pastwhile shops, facilities and its popularity with surfers make it today’s place to be.
It’s the perfect location for a caravan holiday home. We have a fantastic selection available, or talk to us about locating your own here.
KENWOOD AND COLLEYs
Located on the Withernsea Coast, Colleys and Kenwood 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 and Blue Flag beaches stretching for miles, there’s plenty to take in from this newly acquired park. It’s historic pier is marked by the original Pier Towers dating back to 1877, with the original 1,196ft Pier itself long destroyed.
Crook Farm Caravan Park is situated in a beautiful rural position on the southern fringe of Ilkley and Baildon Moors. The Caravan Park overlooks the magnificent views of Shipley Glen and is on the edge of the famous Bronte country.
The popular and stylish town of Ilkley lies just over the Moor approximately 5 miles to the north of the park. Bolton Abbey and the historic market towns of Skipton and Otley are only a short distance away. The major cities of this part of Yorkshire also provide an exciting range of leisure attractions, Leeds and Bradford are only a 30 minute drive away.
Humberston Fitties is an historic location close to the Victorian resort of Cleethorpes. 'Fitties' is a local word meaning 'salt marsh'. The Humberston Fitties were originally one of a number of fitties along this part of the coastline. Nearby Cleethorpes actually sits on the Humber Estuary and the sea at Cleethorpes is actually the mouth of the Humber. Humberston Fitties has been recognised as a billeting area for soldiers in both World Wars, with people settling at the site since the 1920's. In 1996, the area was declared a conversation area. More recently it has even been featured in a doc-series hosted by Robson Green exploring Britain's coastline.