Essex is brimming with traditional British seaside fun and resorts like Clacton-on-Sea have been attracting holidaymakers since Victorian times. Wherever you are in the region, you’re always within distance of the Great British coastline making it an ideal holiday home location. Buying a static caravan in Essex perfectly places you in the middle of all the seaside fun, so pack your bags and get ready to create amazing memories with all the family on the sunshine coast.
It's so relaxing, great to walk our dog on the beach off her lead, could never do that in London. All the staff are very friendly and helpful and the park is kept very clean. The entertainment is very good and we love the bingo, gym and spa. The owners discount is a big saving on the park. Best thing we ever did!
The Orchards is around a 30-minute drive away from Colchester the capital of Roman Britain. Take a guided walking tour through the historic city walls or take a leisurely stroll along the Roman river walk.
For more traditional seaside fun, Clacton-on-Sea is a mere 20-minutes away. Clacton Pier should be your first port of call where there are arcades, mini-golf and bowling. If you’re bringing your four-legged friend, Clacton’s beach is dog-friendly. In the evening head to Princes Theatre for a range of shows and entertainment.
As an owner, you’ll get a series of benefits with your new lifestyle, including access to owners-only health suites and swimming pools.
We have years of experience in holiday home sales and love our owner’s communities. Joining Haven means being welcomed into a long-standing family of people who enjoy the ownership lifestyle. Unlimited access to the beach as well as amazing facilities makes us a great choice for ownership. Plus, we are National Caravan Council approved.
Listed as the 11th best zoo in the world, Colchester Zoo is an impressive place to visit with over 260 species for you to see.
Brightlingsea is well known for its colourful beach huts and its beach is a hidden gem.
Colchester Castle is a Norman castle which dates back to the second half of the 11th centurary