Park Holidays has added Lossiemouth Bay Caravan Park and Burghead Beach Caravan Park to its portfolio.

The two parks had previously been owned by Christies Parks Ltd, a company that had been created in 2006 by Gordon Christie following the reorganising of Christies of Fochabers Ltd. This was a historic family business that had been created by his great grandfather, Thomas Christie, in 1820, and is acknowledged as Scotland’s third oldest family business.

Between them, Lossiemouth Bay Caravan Park and Burghead Beach Caravan Park have 250 caravan and lodge pitches, and combine stunning coastal views with seaside tranquility.

The deal was arranged by Colliers off a guide price of £9 million.

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Richard Moss, Head of UK Parks Agency at Colliers said: “Our client is an excellent operator and Park Holidays clearly saw that they would inherit a very well organised and sustainable business, in locations that fitted their brief and offering.”

“It’s a truly fascinating marketplace at the moment with private equity giants, overseas investors, family offices and expanding private family businesses all jostling for position.”

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