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Create your dream getaway: Discover the perfect Lake District holiday home at Cartmel Lodge Park

PUBLISHED: 14:13 27 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:25 27 March 2017

Cartmel Lodge Park

Cartmel Lodge Park

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If you’re thinking of investing in a beautiful holiday home in Cumbria, look no further for inspiration. Situated just 20 minutes from J36 of the M6 motorway Cartmel Lodge Park offers luxury holiday lodges in the picturesque village of Cartmel. The team at Cartmel Lodge Park has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to helping you create your dream holiday home.

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Have stylish holiday homes with a personalized design always been a dream of yours? Or perhaps you’re considering downsizing and buying a countryside retreat to holiday within in the UK. Cartmel Lodge Park offers high-end affordable holiday homes nestled between grand peaks, tranquil lakes, top rated restaurants, interesting history and stunning views.

Cartmel Lodge Park is run by husband and wife team Andrew and Zarina Cretney, who bought the park 4 years ago. It’s popularity is no surprise given that there are so many things to do and places to visit in the area. Cartmel itself is brimming with history, with its Priory dating back to 12th century, a place influential in getting King John to sign the Magna Carta in 1215. Situated within the village boundary and two minutes’ walk from the village square, Cartmel Lodge Park is the perfect base for food lovers too. Thanks to its five pubs, the Michelin Starred L’enclume and broad range of places to eat just a stone’s throw away.

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The lodges at Cartmel are finished to the highest specifications with high quality timber frame construction and come completely furnished, leaving you more time to sit back and relax on holiday. Each one is sold with a 125 year lease – something that provides true value to your investment, and the beauty of buying a holiday home at Cartmel Lodge Park is that it is exempt from the recent stamp duty increases for holiday homes.

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So Cartmel Lodge Park really could be the ideal place to realize you holiday home adventure with a stunning village location for your holiday home away from home.

Contact Information

To book a viewing, call 015395 36270 or email info@cartmellodgepark.co.uk for further information

Cartmel Park, Wells House Farm, Cartmel, Cumbria, LA11 6PN www.cartmellodgepark.co.uk

Facebook: CartmelParkLodges

Twitter: @CartmelPark

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