41 Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park, Riplingham Road, Raywell, Cottingham, HU165YL
Pets Allowed: Yes
Size: 42.6 x 20
Year of Manufacture: 2007
Model: Utopia Special
Licence End Date: 2109
Park's Annual charges: 2415 + vat
This Lissett Utopia lodge has maintenance free exterior with its Canexel cladding.
As you step into this immaculate lodge you will be greeted by a large living/dining area with wrap around windows and French doors leading to a refurbished, south facing decking area.
The beautiful fully fitted kitchen has an abundance of storage units and includes integrated appliances:
The hallway leads to the master bedroom with king size bed, walk thru wardrobe, fitted furniture units and en-suite shower room. Bedroom 2, also a double has fitted wardrobes. The main family bathroom has bath with shower over.
The lodge comes fully furnished as seen in the photos. Room for hot tub on secluded decking with wind out sun blind.
This lodge is amongst one of the best situated on the park
Set in a beautiful, quiet lodge park at Raywell Hall overlooking woodland and grassed area.
The park holds a David Bellamy award for the wildlife, woods and wild plants area which includes a fishpond with Moorhens, ducks and frogs. You can also expect to see deer, foxes, rabbits, squirrels and many wild birds. These can all be spotted whilst enjoying the decking area of this lodge.
The historic market town of Beverley is only a fifteen minute drive away and is close to the village of Cottingham for shopping , and about a thirty five minute drive to the beautiful Cathedral city of York and if you enjoy walking the Yorkshire Wolds way starts just across the road from the lodge park.
Also 2 miles away is Willerby shopping park with numerous shops including a Waitrose and also in a good location for many good village pubs that do lovely bar meals such as Walkington, Rowley and the Willerby area.
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