Advertising feature – Woodclose Park, Kirky Lonsdale, Cumbria
Set within nine acres, the outlying fields provide habitats for a rich variety of animals, birds, flora and fauna. This is a quiet and serene place, set within a slight hollow leading down to the spectacular Devil’s Bridge and the picturesque market town of Kirkby Lonsdale.
The town is steeped in history with a 13th century charter for fairs, and a school dating back to Elizabeth I. It even warrants a mention in the Domesday Book of 1086. It is not hard to see why this landscape has inspired famous writers and artists with its cluster of speciality shops, 17th and 18th century inns and a fine Norman Church.
Location is one of the many strengths of Woodclose Park, and you will find plenty to see and do all within easy travelling distance, with Ingleton Falls, Wensleydale, White Scar Caves and the village of Hawes just some of the many places to visit.
As part of a family business, quality and customer service are at the forefront of our minds, whether you are with us for the first time, or a repeated visitor as one of our exclusive holiday home or lodge owners. It really does not get any better than this.
At the time of writing there was a 42x20 double lodge on the production line at £139,000; 40x12 single lodge due in April at £75,000; plus two 42x20 lodge bases and one 40x12, with another six 42x20 bases in the next phase. All pitches supplied with flagged patio, steps, car bay, digital TV connection, water and sewerage
Woodclose Park, High Casterton, Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria LA6 2SE. Tel: 01524271597. Email: [email protected] Website: www.woodclosepark.com
• Ground rent £3,210.39 for a 42x20 double unit; £2,140.26 for 12ft wide single unit
• Electricity is metered and charged once a year. Gas is bottled and charged as used
• Open March to January for all holiday homes and lodges
• All ages welcome
• Dogs allowed, but to be kept under control on site and restricted from the play area
This review was published in the Holiday Lodge & Parks Guide 2010, available with the April 2010 issue of Park & Holiday Homes. To order the latest issue please click here