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Subletting your holiday home with Shorefield
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Subletting Your Holiday Home

Earn money back when you aren't using your caravan or lodge

A holiday home is a wonderful lifestyle investment to help you make more family memories. But what about when you're not using it? You are more than welcome to sublet your holiday home at our parks.

A great way to maximise your lifestyle investment is to earn money back during periods when you you aren’t using your holiday home, we'll even help you along the way with our subletting service.

Here at Shorefield we have over 60 years of experience in proving holidays and helping to make memories, so you are in great hands if you wish to sublet your holiday home through our experienced Reservations Team.

Subletting is one option to help you cover your running costs, particularly in the summer months or school holidays when there is an increased demand for holiday home accommodation. There isn't a definitive answer to the amount you could earn, as this will depend on the size and age of your holiday home, as well as how often you intend to use it for personal use.

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Whether you choose to sublet yourself or through us,

Sublet with Shorefield

Sublet with Shorefield

So how does it work? Our sublet service is fully managed by our Reservations team, so all the fuss and hassle is taken away from you, allowing you to relax in the knowledge that you are in safe hands.

We're proud to be a family-run enterprise and family remains at the core of the business whilst embracing all the needs of a high-quality family holiday in the 21st century.

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  • Takes the hassle of subletting away
  • Our sublet service is managed by our experienced Reservations Team
  • Make money when you are not using your holiday home

Our team are more than happy to sublet for you

Privately subletting

Privately subletting

Perhaps you fancy taking on the role yourself? That's no problem either! We recommend having a chat to our Holiday Home Ownership Team for advice on what to expect.

  • Manage subletting your holiday home yourself
  • Choose how you sublet
  • Speak to our Ownership Team for more information
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You can choose to privately sublet your holiday home

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it possible to let my holiday home?

Yes; subletting your holiday home when you’re not using it can be a great way to earn extra income to offset your running costs. You can do this yourself if you wish. As a leading holiday operator, we invest in extensive national and online marketing campaigns. This ensures that we attract thousands of holidaymakers each year, many of whom will be looking to let out a property like yours. Our fully managed letting service will allow you to remain in control at all times.

Please Note: Subletting of your holiday home is not permitted at Wilksworth Caravan Park

Can my family and friends come and visit?

We find that more and more purchasers now are not just only thinking of how the holiday park could work for them but also for their children, grandkids and friends. You will receive Ownership passes that can be allocated to these so they can either come and visit you when you are at your holiday home or use it when you are busy and cannot make it down.

How long can I stay on park for?

All of our parks have holiday park licences, therefore they cannot be used to live on (Residential), but you can mainly come and go as and when you like during the 10 - 11 months (depending on the park) we are open. Our parks are subject to a 56 day maximum length of stay, with at least 7 days where you will nee to be off park prior to returning. Typically, our parks are closed early January to early February.

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