Holiday Homes & Static Caravans for Sale in Lancashire

Are you considering owning a holiday home in Lancashire? We have a selection of new and previously owned holiday homes and static caravans for sale in Lancashire at Holgates Ribble Valley (formerly Rimington Leisure Park) situated in the Ribble Valley that’s at the heart of rural Lancashire.

The Ribble Valley, in Lancashire, boasts everything from luscious landscapes to adventurous outings and more. The beautiful backdrop of this area is the perfect place to own your holiday home. It is a place to escape from everyday life, relax and unwind. It could be your own slice of heaven amongst the rolling hills. A chance to kick back, take a breath, and spend quality time with your family and friends.

On the edge of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Ribble Valley holiday homes in Lancashire are ideally located for anyone hoping to retreat peace and quiet or to explore the exhilarating adventures of the countryside. From kids to grandparents, there really is something for everyone. When you’ve done exploring the endless nature and wildlife, you have your very own luxurious home away from home to retreat to and enjoy.

Owners of our holiday homes and static caravans have access to our Ribble Valley park for all 12 months of the year, meaning you have the freedom to enjoy holidays at our park whenever you like. Come rain or shine, you will have the stunning countryside on your very own doorstep.

Start your Holiday Home ownership today at Holgates Ribble Valley by booking a viewing with us, view our ownership package, or review any questions you may have on our ownership faqs.

The benefits of owning a holiday home at Holgates Ribble Valley, Lancashire

Are you ready to claim your very own piece of Lancashire’s beautiful countryside in the Ribble Valley? Our park’s community is friendly and welcoming, full of families and couples enjoying their own holiday retreat! Below are just some of the great benefits of owning a holiday home at Holgates Ribble Valley, Lancashire.

  • 24-hour security, 365 days a year
  • Access to full park facilities including bar/games room and free Wi-Fi
  • Pet-friendly
  • The perfect location for outdoor activities ranging from hiking to kayaking and more
  • The Forest of Bowland and the Yorkshire Dales just a short drive away
  • Nestled within areas of rich heritage, with castles, museums, caves and more
  • Spacious, stylish and customisable interior and exteriors
  • Choose to upgrade your holiday home at any point

Why choose a holiday home in Lancashire?

Lancashire is the perfect place to own a holiday home. It’s uniquely positioned to give you access to a combination of coastline, several Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and two national parks, as well as some of the UK’s best historical market towns in Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe, Colne, Darwen, and Skipton.

The Ribble Valley is located on the southern tip of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the Yorkshire Dales National Park just a short drive away. You can get to both the Silverdale & Arnside and Nidderdale AONB within an hour too, with cities like Preston, Lancaster and Burnley easily accessible from the valley, meaning it’s very well connected.

The Forest of Bowland AONB is an excellent location for walking, cycling and exploring, plus it has wonderful views of Pendle Hill, excellent local producers, an abundance of wildlife and historical villages.

Things to see and do in Lancashire

Lancashire boasts some of the best of Britain’s countryside, so if you’re looking for things to do in the Ribble Valley, the best starting point is walking and cycling. There are excellent routes all over Lancashire, and the Forest of Bowland has some wonderful walks on offer.

Many of the villages in the area boast extensive histories and are worth a visit, from Dunsop Bridge, which is often referred to as the geographic centre of Great Britain, through to the historical town of Ribchester, which boasts churches, mills and links to an old Roman fort.

The area has an impressive selection of pubs, restaurants and cafes offering excellent food & drink that’s locally sourced. At the Holmes Mill you’ll find an array of dining options, including a food hall, beer hall and Bistro. The Red Pump Inn in Bashall Eaves prides itself on its local ingredients and carefully sourced meat. The Garden Kitchen at Holden Clough Nurseries is another excellent option, from breakfast through to cakes, coffee and lunch.

Lancashire offers castles, ruined abbeys, extensive woodlands and stunning views. You’ll be able to find something to occupy you however you wish to spend your time in the area.

Popular Lancashire Destinations

The county of Lancashire is just waiting to be explored. In addition to the Areas of Natural Beauty and the National Parks, there are other places to visit too. These include the likes of Blackpool, Lancaster and Morecambe Bay.

Blackpool is famous the world over, and well worth visiting. Whether you’re just going to see the world-famous Blackpool Tower, the ride the Big Dipper at Blackpool Pleasure Beach or explore the city itself, there’s something in Blackpool for everyone.

The medieval city of Lancaster is rich with history. If you’re considering a visit then we’d recommend the famous Lancaster Castle as well as Williamson Park, that has its own butterfly house, and the Lancaster City Museum that’s situated in the former town hall. In addition to these, Lancaster has a thriving independent food & drink scene, from microbreweries through to pubs, restaurants and bars.

The Morecambe Bay area takes up much of Lancashire’s beautiful coastline. In Morecambe itself, you’ll find a serene promenade to walk down, and it will soon be home to the Eden Project of the North. Just north of Morecambe, you’ll find the Silverdale & Arnside Area of Natural Beauty, which is another stunning area for walking and cycling. It’s also full of historic towns and villages that are well worth a visit.

Lancashire is ready to welcome you on your holiday, whether it’s a short weekend break or something longer. It’s the ideal place to buy a holiday home, with the Ribble Valley acting as the true gateway to the region.