Studfold Holiday Home Open Days 2024

Have you ever wondered about owning a luxury holiday home in the Yorkshire Dales where you can relax and enjoy the world go by or give a family time to explore and create wonderful lasting memories? Then why not visit Studfold on Saturday 25th, Sunday 26th and Monday 27th May 2024 for our Holiday Home Open Days.

Holiday homes for sale at StudfoldAcross the three days we’ll be giving you the opportunity to experience this beautiful part of Nidderdale and take a look at our range of brand new holidays for sale. We have a number of static caravan holiday homes available for you to view on the day, with prices ranging from £41,500 up to £59,990. And as a special offer, there are no additional fees for 2024, apart from your utilities.

For this link to preview the holiday homes on offer.

Studfold has been in our family for 16 generations. The caravan and touring park was set up by Herbert and Gladys Walker, who were grandparents to Ian Walker and Anne Challis (brother and sister), current owners and custodians of the land.

We take pride in our beautiful, friendly, holiday park that offers a home-from-home for nine months of the year between March and November. It has modern facilities, great amenities and a wonderful community spirit, with regular events (for those that wish) throughout the year.

Studfold Holiday Park Studfold is 7 miles from Pateley Bridge, 10 miles from Masham and 14 miles from Grassington. In addition to our Holiday Home Park, on site we have a Touring Caravan, Camping & Glamping Site, an Adventure & Fairy Trail and a seasonal Cafe. Within walking distance are two local hostelries and Howstean Gorge. And with miles and miles of countryside to explore literally on your doorstep, it’s perfectly placed in the Nidderdale National Landscape (the new name for an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

So why not come along on 25th, 26th or 27th May 2024 and see for yourself. A Yorkshire welcome awaits!

Click on this link to book your visiting time.

Studfold Holiday Park from above

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