Lawnsdale Country Park, Lancashire

Holiday Park (find out more here)

Park Features

Semi-rural location
Close to Wrea Green
Good sized plots
Quiet holiday park

Lodges

Two Bed Omar Oulton Lodge (36 x 20) 2003

4 Conifer Crescent, Lawnsdale Country Park

Two Bed Omar Oulton Lodge (36 x 20) 2003

Lytham

FOR SALE

£75,000

Two Bed Colorado (42 x 20) 2016

2 Buffalo Ridge, Lawnsdale Country Park

Two Bed Colorado (42 x 20) 2016

Lytham

FOR SALE

£105,000

Two Bed Omar Regency (40x22) 2015

22, Woodlawn Drive, Lawnsdale Country Park

Two Bed Omar Regency (40x22) 2015

Lytham

FOR SALE

£105,000

Description

Are you looking for a lodge at Lawnsdale Country Park? Lawnsdale Country Park is a wonderful holiday park situated at Moss Side, between the coastal gem of Lytham and the award-winning town of Wrea Green. Making Lawnsdale Country Park a perfect location for a tranquil retreat. The park is a one-minute walk from Moss Side Railway Station which is part of the Blackpool South to Preston line giving easy access to Blackpool, St. Annes, Lytham, Kirkham and Preston. Lawnsdale Country Park is also within a three-minute walk to a 61-bus stop which bus services provide a route from Blackpool to Preston also. Lawnsdale Country Park is a mile and a half from Wrea Green and takes half-an-hour on foot.


Why Buy at Lawnsdale Country Park


Lawnsdale Country Park is only a short distance from Wrea Green village. The village has won Lancashire's Best Kept Village award on numerous occasions and its scenic greenery and large maintained pond make it an ideal backdrop for leisurely strolls and picnics. Wrea Green is home to friendly local pubs such as The Grapes as well as authentic Italian dining at The Villa bar and restaurant. On the outskirts of Wrea Green- a five-minute direct drive from the park- is the five-star luxury holiday village of Ribby-Hall with a spa retreat, state-of-the-art health club and great option of different of eateries including the mouth-watering Pappa Johns and speciality sweet treats at Ribby Hall's own Tea Rooms. Just over two miles from the park belongs the beautiful town of Lytham. The town is home to the historical Lytham Hall and Windmill and has a high street abundant with stylish independent stores and a great option of local cafes, bars and restaurants.


The scenic coastline along Lytham front provides a great walking destination and the town is also home to the Lowther Pavilion meaning a holiday at Lawnsdale offers the perfect opportunity to go and watch live comedy, drama and music. A twenty-minute car-journey from the park leads you to the seaside resort town of Blackpool. This provides an ideal option for a family holiday day out with its many attractions. The seaside town is saturated with fun-family things to do and visit including Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool Zoo, The Tower and Blackpool Illuminations. En-route to Blackpool belongs Marton Mere nature reserve which is a nationally recognised site of special scientific interest for its bird populations with designated footpaths allowing visitors to explore the site's wildlife.


Each of the bespoke timber lodges are sat on good-sized plots and are well insulated with the benefit of double glazing, en-suite bedrooms and natural gas central heating - supplied by the latest fuel-efficient condensing combination boilers. All the lodges are well cared for, maintained and ready for moving in instantly. The lodges run on a 50-week occupancy schedule with 12 months warranty as standard. Please note that this is a HOLIDAY park.

Address

Lawnsdale Country Park
Moss Side, Lytham
Lancashire
FY8 4NA

The following conditions of occupation of Holiday Lodges apply to Lawnsdale Country Park and are implemented for the good management of the park and the benefit of all who use it.


1 Lodges must be kept in a sound, clean condition at all times. External decoration and colour must be maintained to the satisfaction of the park owner. No alteration or addition can be made to the lodge.


2 The lodge owner is responsible for the cleanliness of the pitch.


3 It is the responsibility of the lodge owner to have the gas appliances and the boiler flue checked at regular intervals.


4 The lodge shall not be sub-let. 5 The lodge owner is responsible for the electrical, water and gas installations and must ensure that they comply at all times with the requirements of the Institute of Electrical Engineers, the water supply authority and GAS SAFE.


6 The use of hosepipes, sprinklers and pressure washers is expressly forbidden.


7 Lodge owners are responsible for depositing normal household refuse into the dustbin refuse areas. All refuse must be placed in the bulk bins provided It is forbidden to leave refuse in boxes or carrier bags. The disposal of any other form of refuse, including garden waste, must be done by taking it to the local authority refuse tips.


8 Musical instruments and radios/television/hi-fi equipment etc, must not be used to cause a nuisance, especially between the hours of 10.30 pm and 8.30 am.


9 All vehicles must be driven carefully on the park and should not exceed 10mph speed limit. Drivers must observe the no entry and one-way regulations. All vehicles must be taxed and insured as required by law. No commercial vehicles may be parked on the park. Parking is not permitted on vacant pitches or on the grassed areas. Major repairs or servicing of vehicles is not permitted on the park. Touring caravans and motor homes may not be brought onto the park.


10 No porches, sheds, boxes or other structures are allowed and only the steps & storage box supplied with the lodge may be used other than ramps provided for registered disabled lodge owners or members of their family which must be of a design & size authorised by the park owner in writing.


11 Private gardens around the lodges are not permitted. Flower boxes/tubs, bird tables and other moveable objects are permitted but must not be placed on the grassed areas. No additional paving stones other than those provided by the park owner are permitted. The use of fences, trelliswork, plastic chain link or any other form of boundary marking is strictly prohibited.


12 The use of washing lines is not permitted. 13 Dogs are permitted at the park owner's discretion but must be kept under proper control at all times, not allowed to cause a nuisance and not allowed to foul the park. Dogs must be exercised off the park and must be kept on a lead at all times whilst on the park. The use of extendable leads is not permitted on the park.


14 The lodge owner is responsible for the conduct of children in his/her custody and that of his/her visitors.


15 Any firearms or other offensive weapons are not allowed on the park. It is forbidden to interfere with or disturb any flora or fauna on the park. Access to land that does not form part of the park is strictly prohibited.


16 Everyone using the park is required to comply with the regulations of the site licence, water authority or any other statutory authority.


17 Access is not permitted to vacant pitches. Building materials or any other plant and machinery must be left undisturbed.


18 No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place on the park. 19 Lodge owners and their families or guests must not use the fire points provided other than for the emergency use for which they are intended.


20 Joyriding of cycles, motorcycles and mopeds is strictly prohibited on park roads. 21 No scrap materials of any description may be stored on the park.


22 Lodges must be insured at all times.


23 The park is licensed for occupation from 1st March until 14th February each year (12 month period). Owners are reminded that under no circumstances are they to remain overnight outside of these periods.


24 It is the lodge owners responsibility to ensure that the lodge is suitably protected from frost damage during the winter period.


25 All invoices sent out by the park, i.e. electricity accounts, rates and rent must be paid promptly. 26 Lodge owners and/or guests must not undertake in any activity that may invalidate the park owners public liability insurance or cause the park owner any hardship or embarrassment.