Waterside promotes parks with Wessex Contemporary
Posted on 19 Sep 2011
Waterside Lodge Sales, a division of the Waterside Holiday Group based in Weymouth, Dorset, will be showcasing its brand new luxury lodges at Holiday Caravan 2011 from Friday 23 until Sunday 25 September.
The Wessex Contemporary
Waterside Lodges are available at the group’s three established parks in Weymouth. These include Waterside, a prestigious five star holiday resort right on the beach at Bowleaze Cove; Chesil Vista, a park looking over the Olympic sailing waters of Portland Harbour; and Osmington, which is in a woodland setting with sea views.
Holiday Caravan 2011 is being held is located in the grounds of the Beaulieu estate in the New Forest and is a special exhibition of next season’s range of holiday homes and lodges, showcasing all the latest models.
At the show, a beautiful new lodge that will be located at Osmington Holiday Park will be featured on the Wessex Park & Leisure Homes stand. Visitors will be able to peruse the models and members of the team will on hand to answer any questions.
The lodges represent the highest quality design and finish and can be tailored to specific requirements and tastes with bespoke design solutions, such as integrated branded appliances, solid wood dining and bedroom furniture and stylish bathroom suites.
The lodges also include the benefits of the latest innovative technology, including an iPhone App that allows you to control lodge features such as heating, lighting and security from your main home, ready for your stay.
As a Waterside Lodge owner there are many exclusive benefits. The package includes full membership of Moonfleet 2000 Indoor Bowls Club, family membership of the Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy, home to all of the sailing events during the 2012 Olympics, and discounted moorings at the nearby Portland Marina.
Further benefits include social membership and discounted green fees at one of the area’s premier golf courses, Came Down Golf Club, the birthplace of the Ryder Cup, located between Weymouth and Dorchester.
“The lodges offer a high standard of living and a membership package for enjoying a true ‘home from home’ holiday with family or friends,” said Graham Frampton, Managing Director of Waterside Holiday Group.
“Next year all the action will be taking place right on our doorstep during the 2012 Olympic sailing events in Weymouth, so it’s the perfect time to consider purchasing a lodge at one of our three holiday parks.
“We hope that visitors will enjoy looking around the lodges and can see that owning a holiday home, in such a desirable location on the south coast, can bring a positive change to their lifestyle.”
• For further information on Waterside Lodge Sales tel: 01305 836806, web: www.watersidelodgesales.co.uk. You can find out more about the parks at:
Waterside - www.facebook.com/watersideholidays; Chesil – www.facebook.com/chesilholidays; and Osmington – www.facebook.com/osmingtonholidays.
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