A lifetime of holidays through the generations

In the late 1940s a young Gerald Vose started to produce and sell trailers in North Wales. A few years later he purchased a piece of land in Towyn on the North Wales coast and began to take tents in the summer months.


In the 1960s, as the popularity of caravans started to gain momentum, Abbeyford Caravan Park was created - basic by today’s standards with toilet blocks and standpipes for drinking water. As the 60s progressed customers wanted more facilities and the park was serviced with running water, electric and sewerage to each pitch.


During the 70s, Lyndale Caravan Park and Kingsley Caravan Park were purchased just along the coast, and the company moved to a Head Office in Pensarn. 

Elie Holiday Park

The 70s also saw the acquisition of Shell Bay Caravan Park in Elie, Fife. A few years of development followed, with a new bar, club and office complex and the servicing of the pitches. The park now known as Elie Holiday Park is a hidden jewel, accessed by a forest road with a sandy beach right on the doorstep.


In 1984 Kinkell Braes Caravan Park in St Andrews, now St Andrews Holiday Park, and St Monans Caravan Park, now St Monans Holiday Park were added to the portfolio.

The parks continue to be developed with the latest holiday homes and lodges, and at Elie Holiday Park, the exciting new Robinson Crusoe Adventure Park opened in 2011.

Robinson Crusoe Adventure Park

In 2015 an exciting range of Castaway holiday homes at Elie Holiday Park were unveiled. Nestled behind the beach at Shell Bay the holiday accommodation proved hugely popular with families and couples alike. In the same year Elie Holiday Park was voted as 'The Best Visitor Attraction in Fife' as voted by Kingdom FM listeners.

Castaway holiday homes at Elie Holiday Park