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Nant Lodges - an idyllic secret hideaway in North Wales

PUBLISHED: 16:43 24 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:49 28 September 2018

Nant Lodges

Nant Lodges


A stunning new development of ten luxury lodges at Plas Farm Caravan Park, Nant Lodges is the ultimate in holiday home retreats.

Take a stroll through the beautiful woodlandsTake a stroll through the beautiful woodlands

Situated within the extensively landscaped grounds of the 5 star award winning Plas Farm Caravan Park in a sleepy dell at the edge of an ancient wood, Nant Lodges offers a great sense of privacy, generous space and quality and is one of the most exclusive and picturesque parks you will encounter.

Plas Farm Caravan Park is tucked away peacefully from the busy coastal towns, while still incredibly accessible. Three miles to the nearest beach, easy reach of the A55 dual carriageway, Conwy and Snowdonia National Park is a short drive away.

The small brook that flows through the nearby woodland adds to the picturesque settingThe small brook that flows through the nearby woodland adds to the picturesque setting

However, it is the beautiful location of this privately owned, family run park that is an attraction in itself, the surrounding area is ideal for nature lovers and those with an appreciation of the great outdoors.

Nant means ‘brook’ in Welsh and the nearby ancient woodland with its own small stream is the perfect backdrop for a leisurely walk. In the spring you will be treated to a glorious carpet of bluebells, however is equally as enchanting throughout the seasons. There are beautiful walks around the surrounding countryside and for those who prefer cycling there are a number of local roads that will allow you to explore the area on two wheels.

Nant Lodges is surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of North WalesNant Lodges is surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of North Wales

The quaint village of Betws yn Rhos is located nearby and has good local amenities including a local shop, the Wheatsheaf Inn public house and an 18-hole pay and play golf course, foot-golf, a tennis court and a bowling green.

The park is for the exclusive use of the lodge owners and given that there are only a limited number available to purchase, you really get a feeling of being able to escape to your very own, peaceful little part of paradise. Who wouldn’t want to wake up to the sound of bird song or enjoy your evening meal in such a serene setting?

Enjoy the view from one of the exclusive lodgesEnjoy the view from one of the exclusive lodges

All the family including the dogs in your life, can enjoy escaping to their holiday home, as Nant Lodges is dog friendly and even provides a happy hounds paddock where your four legged friends can run free.

These exclusive lodges are set within their huge plot that are planned and designed with the lodge owner in mind, with the landscaping purposefully reflecting the serenity and natural beauty of the countryside of North Wales.

The landscaping purposefully reflects the serenity and natural beauty of the countryside of North Wales.The landscaping purposefully reflects the serenity and natural beauty of the countryside of North Wales.

The first lodges here are Willerby Portlands, offering light and spacious luxurious living. Sliding patio doors, feature bay windows and generous decking take full advantage of the south facing aspect.

Nant Lodges can offer you an exciting opportunity to purchase the holiday home of your choice, be it for an extended holiday or a brief respite from your hectic life.

There are numerous advantages of purchasing a holiday home here at Nant Lodges, even the site fees incorporate a generous package which includes a contribution towards the local authority rates, water rates, maintenance and landscaping, TV, Sky and digital connection plus free standard wi-fi connection; these are often billed as extras on other parks.

The team at Nant Lodges believe that you will fall in love with this beautiful location and recommend you book a visit. Witness the high standards they have set in order to make this a very special place for you and your family to experience and enjoy.

Please call to arrange a visit and see the stunning park and lodges for yourself 01492 680254

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