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Hollicarrs FAQs

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How long does the park open for through the year?
The park is open all year. Please note that the park is licensed as a holiday park and cannot be used as a permanent residential home.
Are these fees likely to increase?
Site fees will be revised each year and are likely to be in line with inflation.
What other sports facilities are there?
A tennis court, bowling green and boules court all for the exclusive use of the owners. Some equipment is available for hire free of charge and mountain bikes, complete with pumps, helmets and full recovery service, can be hired.
Can my friends and family use my holiday home?
Yes, with prior approval.
Is there private fishing nearby?
A well stocked fishing lake created in the wood is only a short walk from the Park area. Disabled facilities are provided.
Is there a Golf Course I can use?
At the local village of Wheldrake, Swallow Hall Golf course can offer day membership of the 18 hole golf course. Other courses are sited at Fulford and Bubwith.
Is car parking provided?
Car parking is available outside each holiday home site for one car with extra parking on the park.
Can I hire bicycles?
Yes, bike hire is available from the site, with a full recovery service provided. Helmets are also provided.
Are there nature walks on site?
Nature trails and cycle paths provide miles of enjoyment. Ideal for walking your dog or just fresh air and exercise. The paths and trails link to Skipwith Common Nature Reserve and the village of Escrick. Also the Subtrans cycle route is only half a mile from the park, this provides direct traffic free access to York.
What are the services provided to the site?
Metered LPG, electricity and water. A full sewage and treatment plan is in place. There are telephone landlines to our Harts Nook development only. Wireless internet connection is available at an additional cost to lodges and holiday homes on Phase 1
Do I have a choice of holiday homes to purchase?
We have demonstration lodges on site for viewing, we can also direct you to several manufacturers to view further models.
Can I have boxes and balconies?
Decking and skirting is all included in the price. Storage Boxes  are available at an extra cost, and must be approved by park management
How long can I keep my holiday home on site for?
If you purchase a holiday home we would ordinarily expect it to stay for 10/15 years; if you purchase a timber clad lodge, for 30 years; a timber lodge, for as long as 99.  Pitch fees  will be charged annually.
Can I bring my pets?
Dog owners may bring their pets to The Hollicarrs but they must be kept on a short lead and cleaned up after. Dogs must not cause a noise nuisance to other residents. Maximum number of dogs per lodge is 2.
Is there a shop available?
There is no shop on the site, however,  Riccall villages supply shops and post offices. Large supermarkets are based in Selby and York who will also supply doorstep deliveries. Fresh fruit and vegatables delivery can be arranged see https://www.facebook.com/brownsthegreengrocers
What are the pitch fees?
The pitch fees for 2016/17 start at £2890 per annum for a holiday home and go up to £3760 per annum for a lodge on our prestigious Harts Nook development. This includes business rates, and utility administration costs.  After the first payment pitch fees are payable in advance at the beginning of March and are reviewed annually.
Get in touch with us on:
07903 300 433
Or email:
qualitytime@escrick.com
Country Land & Business Association Winners of The Bledisloe Gold Medal
RICS Award for Building Conservation David Bellamy Gold David Bellamy Hedgerow Conservation Honey Bee Friendly Holiday Park
National Training Award Members of the BH&HPA Visit Britain 5 star Award for exceptional park National Landlords Association
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