Positioned on the beautiful Manor Park, within Nelson Holiday Parks on the fringes of Strensall, is this well-appointed log cabin.
This holiday let boasts a wonderful lakeside position and a secluded location, offering families and friends the chance to get away and explore a wonderful region of Yorkshire.
Amidst the peace and quiet, enjoy the luxuries of the interior welcoming you from the moment you arrive.
The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking up a storm for your loved ones, whilst there is also a lovely dining area and views across the lake form the cosy sitting room.
After a day on the moors, return to rest at this spacious lodge, with two bedrooms to choose from, to catch a good night's sleep.
One of the rooms comes with a zip-and-link bed so you have the option of a twin arrangement if you wish.
There is also a spacious bathroom to assist you throughout your stay.
Sunny afternoons can be spent on the decking with a refreshing glass of wine, as you take in the views of the glistening lake.
The centre of the park plays host to a well-stocked private fishing lake, so don't forget to pack your best rods for reeling in the prize catch.
Strensall is a quaint little village nearby, located on the River Foss, with pubs, shops, takeaways and much more, along with a splendid golf course.
Strensall Common boasts a vast conservation area sweeping across more than five-square kilometres, popular with dog walkers and birdwatchers alike.
There are plenty of other walking and cycling opportunities in the surrounding countryside and family day's out can be spent discovering the beautiful North York Moors National Park, an easy drive away.
Pay a visit to the city of York, browse its shops and marvel at its 13th-century Gothic cathedral.
Further afield is Dalby Forest and the seaside town of Whitby, with its famous abbey.
With so much to see and do in the area and a peaceful base to return to at the end of each day, how can you miss an opportunity like it?
About the location
York 7.5 miles; Kirkby Moorside 18 miles; Knaresborough 22 miles; Harrogate 26 miles.
A satellite village to the north of York, Strensall offers excellent commuter links and bus links into the historic city centre. This friendly village has good amenities including pubs, shops, a hairdressers, a bakery and a fish and chip shop, and there is also a village park and a superb golf course, with other alternatives close by. Just outside the village, the Strensall Common Nature Reserve is a conservation area with heathland and a wonderful array of wildlife, including birds, common lizards and adders. The surrounding countryside offers good walking and cycling opportunities, with picturesque cycle routes leading along the riverside path into the very heart of York. Hop in the car and venture into the North York Moors National Park to explore Dalby Forest, a beautiful setting for a family day out woven with walking and bike trails and a Go Ape centre! An easy drive away, the idyllic market town of Knaresborough is situated in the shadow of a large aqueduct, with a bustling market square and quaint, friendly pubs, cafés and shops located along the River Nidd. Take a stroll along the river, visit Knaresborough Castle and Mother Shipton’s Cave and in the summer, enjoy an ice-cream and hire a row boat. There are many things to see and do in this lovely area of Yorkshire, a wonderful holiday base all year round.
Note: This property is not suitable for children under 7 years due to site restrictions.
Note: The property is all ground floor, however there are a few steps up to the lodge.
Note: Children must be supervised by an adult at all times