**EVER THOUGHT ABOUT BUYING YOUR OWN PRIVATE HOLIDAY LODGE?**
An exciting opportunity to purchase this luxury, two bedroom holiday lodge, set in 16 acres of tranquil and peaceful richly wooded parkland.
Built in 2007, 'The Deck House' luxury holiday lodge if offered in exceptional order throughout, with high quality fixtures & finishings and is being sold fully furnished, allowing the purchaser to simply arrive sit back and relax in the exceptional surroundings.
The accommodation briefly comprises of two good-sized double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes (one walk-in), a large en-suite shower room & family bathroom, an open plan lounge/diner and kitchen with fitted appliances and plenty of built-in storage cupboards.
Outside is a good-sized decked area for sitting, relaxing and al-fresco dining, a modern five person hot tub and private parking for two vehicles.
For more information and to arrange a viewing of this perfect get away retreat, call Howes Estates on 01409 253946.
The Ruby Country Lodge Park
Set in richly wooded parkland, this exclusive lodge development offers the perfect holiday retreat with beautifully designed quality accommodation.
Spanning a total of 16 acres, The Ruby Country Lodge Park is surrounded by unspoilt countryside with stunning views across Dartmoor, offering a secluded and peaceful escape where visitors can relax and unwind in some of the UK's most luxurious country lodges.
The nearby North Cornwall and Devon coasts boast some of the regions most spectacular sandy beaches while the South coast features the renowned Jurassic coastline, dotted with secluded bays and ports including Salcombe, Dartmouth and the South Hams.
Positioned right in the heart of what is known as Ruby Country, a particular part of Devon that is renowned for its idyllic and tranquil, unspoilt countryside, The Ruby is surrounded by rolling landscapes, winding lanes, abundant wildlife and traditional Devon villages, offering you the country retreat that you deserve.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, The Ruby Country Lodge Park offers the ultimate in relaxation.
Along with all the benefits of tranquil and secluded country living, you have the added convenience of the neighbouring local towns and villages only a short distance away.
There are a number of things to do in the area including cycling, fishing, surfing, horse riding, golfing as well as the numerous local country walks. Only a five minute drive away are Dartmoor National Park and Roadford Lake, the South Wests largest inland lake.
Fantastic Activities Close By.
Coastal paths and beaches
With the glorious sandy beaches and breathtaking coastal paths throughout North Devon and North Cornwall there are many stunning beaches to choose from, including Widemouth Bay, famous for its excellent surfing, or Crackington Haven, a joy for rock pools and lazy afternoons.
The popular resort of Bude lies just 18 miles away, and has an excellent range of shops and restaurants, many specialising in locally caught seafood, along with a golf course, surf schools, tennis, riding, indoor 'splash' pool, and bowling, as well as several more sandy beaches.
Holsworthy, Hatherleigh and Okehampton, all approximately 11 miles away, hold traditional farmers markets which are the perfect place to get local produce to cook up a feast back at the holiday park.
Nearby Holsworthy also has a good selection of local shops, an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, and an 18-hole golf course. Okehampton, which is only a ten minute drive away, is home to the Museum of Dartmoor Life and to the Dartmoor Railway (from Okehampton to Crediton). It also has a cinema, which has all the latest film releases.
Just over 7 miles away is the watersport centre at Roadford Lake, where you will find sailing, canoeing, rowing, angling, pretty walks, picnic spots and a lovely lakeside restaurant. The area is a must for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers, with the famous Tarka Trail and the wild beauty of Dartmoor within close proximity.
Eating out and getting provisions
There is a great choice of places to eat out, with local pubs and quality restaurants in the surrounding market towns and villages, offering a vast array of locally produced food. Halwill Junction has a lovely traditional village pub, serving real ales and good home cooking, as well as a village store for your convenience. Waitrose have a supermarket in Holsworthy, which is only a 15 minute drive from the park.
Places to visit
There are numerous National Trust properties in the area; garden lovers will enjoy the RHS gardens at Rosemoor and Docton Mill. Hartland Abbey and Lighthouse are also nearby along with many other local beauty spots including Bucks Mills and Clovelly, an old fishing village clinging to the steep cliff, with cobbled streets and a picturesque harbour.
The Big Sheep and The Milky Way Adventure Park will keep old and young amused all day, and for a great day out, the world famous Eden Project is only about 45 minutes away by car.
The Deck House 13.73m x 6.10m (45'0" x 20'0")
Inspired architecture, attention to detail and a design-for-living approach are all the hallmarks of 'The Deck House' holiday home. Floor to ceiling windows offer lovely views and a wonderful sense of out-doors, while a warm & cosy inside makes the perfect retreat on cooler autumn evenings. Luxurious fittings and furnishings allow you to indulge yourself, making this the ideal choice for anyone seeking an individual, stylish '11 month' available holiday home.
Kitchen 3.440m x 2.770m (11'3" x 9'1")
Lounge 3.888m x 3.563m (12'9" x 11'8")
Dining Area 3.852m x 2.287m (12'7" x 7'6")
Inner Hall 2.663m x 1.690m (8'8" x 5'6")
Master Bedroom 3.317m x 2.874m (10'10" x 9'5")
En-Suite 2.025m x 1.900m (6'7" x 6'2")
Bedroom Two 4.032m x 2.874m (13'2" x 9'5")
Walk in Wardrobe 2.025m (6'8'') x 1.245m (4'1'')
Bathroom 2.200 x m x 2.025m (7'2" x m x 6'7")
Park Opening Times
The Ruby Holiday Park is open for holiday visits for 11 months of the year. The park is closed between 8th January to 8th February.
Site Fees & Site Rules
Annual Site Fees: £3858.00 inclusive of VAT
Water and Sewerage Rates: £611.82 inclusive of VAT.
Electricity : Metered electricity is charged at the rate stipulated by the electricity supplier. Electricity charges are billed to holiday homeowners quarterly in arrears for each year and are payable on rendering of account. The current rate is 17.6p/kwh but can be changed at any time by the electricity supplier.
A full list of site fees, park rules and site information are available on request.
The Deck House is subject to a site licence of 99 years with 86 years remaining.
To arrange a site visit and viewing, please call Howes Estates on 01409 253946
The Deck House is for holiday use only. It is NOT a permanent residency property and cannot be treated as such.
Enquiries in relation to sub letting the lodge should be directed to the park owners/management, Wilson Leisure Developments Group 08000 853 983.
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As the sellers agents we are not surveyors or conveyancing experts & as such we cannot & do not comment on the condition of the property, any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings, or services or issues relating to the title or other legal issues that may affect the property, unless we have been made aware of such matters. Interested parties should employ their own professionals to make such enquiries before making any transactional decisions. You are advised to check the availability of any property before travelling any distance to view.