Lincolnshire caravan park to continue welcoming guests after sale

Caravan and motorhome owners will still be able to enjoy the sights and sounds of Little Haven Holiday Park in Chapel St. Leonards after its new owner confirmed that there are no plans to close the site.

The five-acre facility was recently sold to an unnamed individual in a deal thought to be worth around £900,000, reports.

Located on the north-east coast near Skegness, the site has 41 pitches at present, although planning permission had been granted for the creation of a further 15. Another seven lodges were also in the pipeline before the sale but it is not yet known whether the work will go ahead now ownership has changed.

The park has a long history and is popular with visitors from across the UK. Richard Moss, a director of Colliers International, was quoted by as saying: "Little Haven Holiday Park has been thoughtfully developed and landscaped with ornamental lakes, making it an extremely desirable business and holiday destination.

"The park benefits from strong pitch income and has further revenue potential, should the new owner decide to develop the additional pitches."

After being open to visitors for around 80 years, the park was the subject of a major renovation project in 2003. This included the creation of a brick-built reception area and a car park for customers.