Appuldurcombe Holiday Park, which is on the market.
AN ISLE of Wight holiday park has gone on the market for almost £3 million.
Appuldurcombe Holiday Park, Wroxall, covers 12 acres and comprises 40 static caravan plots, 134 touring caravan or camping pitches, two apartments and one lodge, plus a bar, entertainment complex, swimming pool, shop and cafe.
The park sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
For those with a spare £2.98 million, Savills’ Ian Simpson said the park represented a great opportunity.
"We expect to receive significant interest from potential purchasers," he said.
As reported, Appuldurcombe House and the surrounding estate, with gardens designed by landscape architect Capability Brown, was put on the market earlier this year — for £6 million. The cost of restoring the Grade I listed mansion could reach £10 million, according to owner John Owen, who said it had attracted interest from all over the world.
It is also being sold by Savills but separately to the holiday park.