If you’re looking to buy a holiday lodge this year and want to be in it quickly, then we have a brilliant target park for you to look at. At Woodward Lakes, the timing has worked in buyers’ favour to offer plenty of choice and fairly immediate occupation, as they have five show lodges on site and another five on the way to the park in the next few months, offering far more choice than most.
They also offer a try-before-you-buy opportunity in one of the lovely lodges on the park, so you could enjoy a break there quickly and for up to three nights of your stay, or your entire stay if you make it a three night break, would be refundable if you decide to buy on the park. It’s a great way of getting a feel for the park and enjoying their spectacular sunsets and sights at different times of the day.
Woodward Lakes is a park not particularly aimed at families, but the kind of park where couples or families who look for peace and quiet could find exactly that. For grandparents who like to have the little people to stay now and again a lodge here would fit the purpose well, as there’s plenty to enjoy and explore nearby and something to keep them busy every day for weeks in the local area.
The park is gated and secure, so what you won’t find here are passers-by, ‘herds’ of people, general traffic or noise, and once you drive in, it’s the kind of place which envelops you in a real feeling of calm the moment you arrive; particularly useful for those with stressful lives who need to unwind quickly.
WHAT’S ON THE PARK
Facilities on site include a 9 – hole golf course, boules court, bowling greens, tennis court and a 43 acre well-stocked fishing lake of specimen species, so you’ll be able to ‘test the water’ in more ways than one. Off-road cycle routes and meandering nature trails lead to a nearby wildlife park and another nature reserve.
The park has a 12-month leisure licence, so you’ll be able to enjoy staying at any time, and you’ll get brilliant value for money as the lodges are accessible in price for such a stunning park, or if you have a little spare budget you could go for a very upmarket lodge option!
FEELS LIKE A NATURE RESERVE
The park sits in 300 acres of land which has been very thoughtfully developed to a high standard, and it now also has the feel of a nature reserve across the lakes from the main lodge development areas. In winter you can enjoy the beauty of snow on the ground, weather permitting of course, while watching the wildlife adapt to each season. Then you can be here as spring bursts into all its glory too – this really is a park for all seasons!