Looking to buy a Willerby Holiday Home or Lodge?

Get in touch with our friendly showground team who will be happy to answer all your questions about purchasing a Willerby Home. We also have guides available to download that have information on what you need to know when purchasing your first holiday home or upgrading your exisisting home. 

Whether you're interested in visiting one of our showgrounds to look around our homes, need help in finding your perfect park or would like to be find your nearest distributor please fill in the below form and we'll be in touch.


Holidays Homes are classed as single units and can be up to 14 feet wide. The majority are built to European holiday home specification (EN 1647) and have the classic aluminium exterior cladding; these are generally used for seasonal accommodation.

Lodges are classed as twin units and can range from 16 to 22 foot wide. They are constructed in two halves and fitted together on the park. The majority of lodges tend to be built to British residential standard (BS 3632) and often have a distinguishable wood effect cladding. They often have more luxurious features, such as freestanding furniture, a king size master bed and a bath in the family bathroom.

These build standards can be used for both Holiday Homes and Lodges. EN 1647 is the European standard for holiday homes, which are suitable for seasonal holiday use. BS 3632 is the British residential standard and these homes are suitable for 12 month use (subject to the site licence).

Firstly, you need find a park in the perfect location that ticks all of your boxes; we can put you in touch with your closest distributor to find the perfect park. Once you have chosen you park and selected your plot, you can choose your dream Willerby Holiday Home or Lodge, to suit your tastes, preferences and budget. 

When it comes to buying a holiday home or lodge, pricing can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the park location, site facilities and your pitch size. We provide RRPs for all of our homes and lodges, however this is highly unlikely to be the final price you will pay on a park. The park will have to factor in the transport and siting costs, along with any optional extras you may have added. To get a better idea of pricing and how much you might pay, please speak to a park or distributor.

We can take all of the hard work out of this and our team can help you find your nearest distributor by filling in the above form.

We only sell our homes through a nationwide network of parks and approved distributors, even if you are purchasing one of our homes to go on your own land. We can help you find your nearest distributor who can assist you.

Yes, this is possible and lots of people purchase holiday homes for their own land. Please do remember however, that we don’t sell direct to the public, so you would purchase your holiday home through one of our distributors. Planning permission is generally required, so we always advise seeking advice and written permission from your local authority.

We have two of our own dedicated Willerby Showgrounds where we have the majority of our current models on display. One is at our Hull headquarters, and the other is in Livingston, Scotland. Alternatively, we can help you find the model you are looking for through one of our approved distributors.

All of our products have a wide range of optional features you can choose from. The specific options available vary from model to model. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate structural changes, however it may be possible to request minor cosmetic alterations to fabrics and soft furnishings; this would need to be discussed with your park.

Yes, our homes come with a whole host of furniture items including lounge seating, dining suite and beds; they also come with carpets, curtains and headboards. Some items such as footstools, coffee tables and integrated kitchen appliances may be optional extras, so do check what is included in each model.

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