WELCOME TO CARTMEL PARK
Luxury Lodges for sale Lake District – Cartmel – The Lakelands most idyllic village
Lake District Lodges for Sale
There are few sites with a setting to rival Cartmel Park. Set in the picturesque village of Cartmel, overlooking Hampsfell in one of the most desirable areas of the South Lakes. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, coastal walks and only 20 minutes from Lake Windermere.
The area has its own eco-climate thanks to the Gulf Stream and the shelter of Cartmel valley. Wherever you go there are areas of great beauty with a rich variety of wildlife (including deer, badgers, squirrels, some rare butterflies, buzzards, herons and more) – all within walking distance.
Historically, Cartmel Park was a traditional camping and caravan site. The current owners moved into the site in March 2012 and have worked tirelessly to turn the site into a highly desirable lodge park benefiting from a 52 week season.
We hope this web site gives you a flavour of what we have to offer – but please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have. Or why not come down and chat to either us, or some of our existing lodge/caravan owners?
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Security of Tenure
As the legal owner of your plot of land, you are free to either pass on your asset to family or sell at a future date.
Control over Service Charges
It is written into every lease that this can’t increase any more than the Retail Price Index annually.
Do we allow Sub-letting
No. In our view, prohibiting commercial letting protects the nature and atmosphere of Cartmel Park. Owners can, however, allow friends and family to use their lodge.
Open space policy
We believe that Cartmel Park is one of the most (if not the most!!) idyllic sites in the UK … and we want it to stay that way. By way of example, we covenant various areas of space to ensure they remain that way. This means that owners not only have our word, but it’s also written into a legal document.
Protection against change in park ownership
How many months of the year is the park open