South Lakeland Leisure Village, Lancashire

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What Features Does South Lakeland Leisure Village Have?

Heated indoor swimming pool
Gym and steam room
Fishing and sailing onsite
Restaurant & beer garden
Luxury spa facilities
Close to many scenic areas

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Are you looking for a lodge at South Lakeland Leisure Village in The Lake District? South Lakeland Leisure Park is an ideal place for holiday-home ownership for families looking to take a peaceful break and explore the beautiful Northern countryside. The park features a modern leisure complex with a heated-indoor pool and gym packed with modern equipment as well as a steam room. South Lakeland has a cafe and bar on-site and is also adjacent to the tranquil Pine Lake where boating and fishing facilities are available. Furthermore, there is also a beauty spa at South Lakeland offering an array of luxurious treatments.

Under two-miles from the park is the small town of Carnforth where holiday-home owners have easy access to amenities including a Booths and Aldi supermarket as well as local pubs and a train station. The city of Lancaster is a fifteen-minute drive of the park and has many great attractions including the remarkable Williamson's Park with play areas and breath-taking views as well as the unique Tropical Butterfly House- resembling a tropical rainforest with colourful butterflies, flowers and vines. Lancaster is home to the Peter Scott Gallery with an array of international art exhibits and The Lancaster City Museum. Furthermore, the city is home to a variety of local independent retailers and boutiques as well as quirky cafes down the old-fashioned cobbled streets.

The Lake District National Park is ten miles North from the park and has much to do and see. There are walkways and cycle-routes to suit all abilities from gentle, scenic strolls to adventurous hikes and mountain-biking. The Lake District offers a great range of water activities such as boat hire at the beautiful Coniston lake- with paddleboards, motor boats, canoeing and more. Tree-top trekking at the Lake District is perfect for an adventurous family day out with thirty-five exiting tree-top obstacles finished with a zip-line, or for something more relaxed Muncaster Castle is a good day-out with a historic building surrounded by Himalayan Gardens and a stunning bluebell woods and an enchanted trail, adventure playgrounds as well as a quaint cafe.


South Lakeland Leisure Village
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All persons using the park must comply with the following. These rules are necessary in order to maintain standards and conditions to ensure that all occupiers enjoy the benefits of the park. Payment in full or in part and/or entry onto the park shall be deemed to be acceptance of these conditions/rules and, as such, form part of the agreement for the occupancy of a pitch on the park. The expression \\\"you\\\" refers to the Holiday Home owner/occupier and the expression \\\"the Company\\\" refers to Pure Leisure Estates Limited whose registered office is at South Lakeland House, A6, Yealand Redmayne, Carnforth, Lancs LA5 9RN. You are reminded that these Park Rules are embodied within the Licence Agreement offered. Please read carefully and keep it in your holiday home for reference. Please ensure that all visitors are aware of the park rules.

All occupiers at the park must comply with the conditions attached to the Site Licence issued by Lancaster City Council, which are on display in Reception.
The park comprises of South Lakeland Leisure Village, Carnforth and includes all facilities now or presently on site and maintained by the Company.
The park is licensed as a holiday park and not a residential park. No holiday home shall be occupied as a person\\\'s sole or main plane of residence.
As a condition of the site licence from time to time you may be asked to p0rovide evidence of you permanent address. Any change of your permanent home address must be notified to the park office immediately.
Pitch numbers must remain visible.
The park cannot be used as a base from which to travel and from work on a regular basis.
The park is open for occupation between 9am 7th February and 4pm 7th January each year.
Site fees are due in full no later than 31st January each year and are non-transferable if the lodge owner cancels the agreement.
No lodge may be occupied unless the site fee is paid in full.
Local Authority Rates and service charges will be apportioned to each pitch and are payable within 14 days of demand.
Interest will be charged from the due date on all overdue accounts at the rate of 4% above the Bank Base Rate.
Electricity charges will be payable within 14 days of demand. Charges will be based on the guidelines issued by OFGEM. Failure to pay will resulst in disconnection of supply and a charge will be made for reconnection.

Please refer to your Licence Agreement. Holiday Home Owners wishing to sell their lodge must follow the park procedure, including the completion of a Private Sale Agreement.
When the lodge is to be occupied by persons other that the owner, prior notice must be given to the park office. All persons staying overnight on the park must report to and sign in at the Park Office on arrival (or as soon as possible if arriving outside park office hours).
The park management, at their discretion may refuse admission to persons with good reason.
During the closed season from 4pm 7th January to 9am 7th February, no lodge may be occupied overnight. If visiting the lodge during this period, for security reasons, please report to the park office on arrival and departure. Visits are restricted to between the hours of 10.00am and 4.00pm.
Occupiers are advised to remove all valuables from the lodge during the closed period and to place movable items, eg, outdoor furniture, steps etc inside the lodge.
No lodge holiday home shall be used for sleeping a number of persons greater than the number for which it was designed.
We do not permit traders or salesmen access to the park without our prior consent. All contractors must provide a copy of their public liability insurance and sign in at reception.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your visitors and occupiers of your lodge adhere to the park rules.
Please respect the privacy of other holiday homeowners and keep noise to a minimum which absolute quiet between 12 midnight and 0800 hours.
Only private vehicles may be brought onto or parked on the park. No commercial vehicles, vans, wagons, touring caravans, motor homes, boats or trailers are to be brought onto or parked on the park without the prior permission of the park office. This permission should not unreasonably be withheld.
Please drive carefully at a speed not exceeding the 10mph limit in force on the park. Observe all road signs and the traffic management system in force. The same requirements as on the public highways apply on the park, eg, vehicle fitness for purpose and safety, qualified drivers only, no drink driving, vehicle lighting, crash helmets.
Vehicles must be kept to authorised parking spaces and to the roads that must not be obstructed.
Driving or parking on the grass is not permitted.
we permit cars onto the park for the purposes of access to the lodge holiday home only and they are not to be used to drive around the park.
Speed should be kept to an absolute minimum and pedestrians must be given priority.
In the interest of safety and to comply with the Road Traffic Act 1988 the use of Mini Mote\\\'s, Quad Bikes, Trial Bikes, Electric Powered or Petrol Driven Scooters are not permitted within the boundaries of the park. Skateboards, Roller blades and Roller Skates are also prohibited from use on the park. Cycles may be used with care and must only be used during the daylight hours.
Only vehicles taxed and insured for use on a public road may be kept at the park and we will remove any disused or broken down vehicles for which you will be charged.
Your are not permitted to give anyone else driving lessons at the park and we donot permit learner drivers to drive on the park.
Washing cars with a hosepipe is not permitted.
No external structure may be added or altered on the lodge holiday home, eg, a veranda or balcony without the prior written agreement of the Company. Porches, walkways and carports are not permitted.
You must not install slabs or paving without first obtaining written permission from the Company.
You are responsible for keeping the area around the lodge holiday home clean and tidy.
Satellite dishes are only permitted with our express written consent.
Fences are NOT permitted around pitches.
The park will be responsible for general grass cutting but individual site occupiers will be responsible for ensuring that pathways on the pitch are kept in proper repair, neat and tidy at all times, including the removal of weeds. If the company is impeded from carrying out normal site maintenance and the lodge owner fails to maintain their pitch to a satisfactory standard the Company shall be entitled to recover the cost of remedial work. The Company reserves the right to trim or remove plant material.
No plants, bushes or trees may be planted or removed by the Lodge owner. No pruning of trees may be carried out except with the prior permission of the Company.
In order to safeguard against frost damage we recommend that the water system of every lodge be drained prior to the closed season and that the central heating system be set on low. The park office can arrange this service and will be pleased to provide details including charges upon request.
The Company accepts no responsibility for water damage caused by burst pipes. Occupiers are reminded of the advisability of holding a current annual Gas Safety Test Certificate. The park office can arrange this service and will be pleased to provide further details including charges upon request. The Company is responsible for the periodic testing of the electrical installation of the park up to the consumer unit only. Occupiers are advised to have the electrical installation of the lodge checked by a NICEIC registered electrician every three years for lodges less that 10 years old, otherwise annually. The park office can arrange fo4r this and will be pleased to provide further details including charges upon request. Any additional electrical work carried out in and about the lodge must have a certificate by a registered NICEIC electrician, which should be made available to the park office on request.
Owners who wish to sub let their lodge privately and not through the Company must ensure the following: No holiday home shall be sublet for sleeping a number of persons greater than the number for which is designed. These Park Rules must be displayed in the lodge. The owner is responsible for the conduct of their guests. Instructions must be given to the holiday maker on the location of the lodge, the park office will have no details of the booking and may be unable to help answer your guest\\\'s queries. emergency contact details must be displayed in the lodge. You are responsible for management of your lodge including inventory, cleaning, laundry and general maintenance. The lodge must be tested annually by an NICEIC electrician and a Gas Safe Registered Engineer. Copies of the inspection certificates must be provided to the Company on request.