We have an amazing selection of holiday lodges for sale and to rent throughout England, Scotland and Wales, on over 1,200 lodge developments listed on our database. It's a good time to buy, with many good deals to be had.
The vast majority of holiday lodge developments are in unique locations where planning for more traditional houses or cottages would not be allowed. Sitting in a hot tub on the decking, whether the lodge is yours, or just hired for a break, with a glass of wine in your hand looking out over fantastic countryside or sea views and wondering just how you can extend your stay!
We make it easy for you to find just the right location by clicking on the map to your right, or by using the search facility on our menu at the top of the slideshow. You will need to contact the park direct or alternatively, if you want to rent, then perhaps use the online booking facility.
So many names, but often meaning the same thing - can be built to several different specifications and to try and lessen the confusion, we would like to explain to you how we have defined these holiday homes, but purely for our web site only. Please ask the Lodge Park or development owner exactly which specification of lodges/log cabins they sell.
In the main these are built to either British Standard 3632, or BS European Norm 1647. They are generally, but not always, built under cover in a factory in two parts and then transported to the lodge park. There, they are bolted together and the space between the lodge and the ground is bricked or covered in.
These lodges usually come completely fully furnished and equipped, so there is no further expense for you, the purchaser. Don't worry - if you don't care for the included furniture, the park owner can supply without and make a small alteration to the price of the lodge.
BS 3632 is a full residential specification and dependent upon the length of time the lodge development is permitted to remain open, you will be able to use your lodge all the year around, but for holiday purposes and/or as second homes only - not as your primary residence. Please click here for a list of residential licensed parks selling lodges.
BS EN 1647 does not have quite the same insulation as a BS 3632 lodge and therefore can only be used during the warmer months of the year, or during the time that the lodge park is open in the holiday season.
Licences are issued by the Local Authority, as a 'Caravan' Site Licence, although the use of the word 'caravan' is slightly misleading as lodges look nowhere near like a caravan, but in the true legal definition, this is what they are.
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