Holiday home ownership is not just a simple case of purchasing a lodge. We are sure you will have many questions about your new venture. Below we have put together some of the most common questions that we receive. If your question is not answered below please do give us a call and a member of our team will answer any questions you have.
How much are your plot fees?
For our 46 week season our Pitch Fees start from £3,600 ( Plus utilities i.e.: electric, gas, water & rates – please ask). Pitch fees are paid in three instalments of £1,000.00 1st October followed by £1,000.00 1st January with the balance paid 1st March.
How Long is the Park’s Season?
The park is open to owners from 1st March through to 15th January. This is known in the industry as a 10 ½ months season.
What insurance do I need?
Conwy Lodge Park requires all owners to have adequate insurance for their lodges. You can select your own insurers. You will be required to provide the Park with a copy of your insurance documents each year.
Do you have bottled gas?
Here at Conwy Lodge Park we have invested in an underground gas supply direct to your lodge, so you do not have the inconvenience of sourcing heavy gas bottles.
Can I choose where my lodge is sited?
Yes. When buying a lodge from us, you can choose a vacant pitch you like subject to availability and suitability.
Decking installed at my lodge?
Many of our lodges come with decking. If this is not the case with a particular lodge; then you will be able to have decking installed. All works of this nature need to be conducted through the office, using approved suppliers only, to ensure compliance with Park rules and safety regulations.
Do I own the land that my lodge is pitched on?
No, you do not own the land, but you do have the right to use the pitch as long as you pay your site fees, and abide by the Park rules.
Am I able to make my holiday lodge my main residence?
No, sorry. The Site Licence does not permit this. You must have a main home residence where you live.
Can we live in our lodge all year round?
Conwy Lodge Park has a holiday licence which means that you cannot use your lodge as a main residence. You can use your lodge as much as you like during the 10.5 month season, but you cannot live here and we will require proof of residence at your main home address.
Am I allowed to stay in my lodge during the closed season?
The Park Licence issued by the Local Council insists that we have a closed period as the Park is not for residential use. For this reason we are closed from 15th January to 1st March.
Can you buy to let?
The answer has to be no! Let’s explain: For many of our owners, the peace and quiet of Conwy Lodge Park is one of the main reasons they chose the park as a destination. Allowing owners to let their lodges would change the dynamic considerably with different holiday making families arriving each week. For this reason we’ve decided that inviting buy to let investors to the development would be against the best interests of our largest customer group.
Can my family & friends visit my lodge?
Absolutely, just so long as you make it available free of charge. The holiday lodge would not be able to be sub-let, but members of your own family and friends would be welcome to stay.
Do you allow pets on the park?
As an owner you are welcome to bring your pets with you. We understand that pets are a part of your family. With regards to dogs the limit is two dogs per lodge. Some large breeds might not be allowed. Please ask for clarification. We ask that dogs are kept under control at all times, and that any fouling by the animal is cleaned up promptly. We also suggest that it is a good idea to have an identity tag for your cat or dog in case the animal goes astray. You might also want to consider micro-chipping.
Where can we store our speed boat?
We have a secure storage compound in which speed boats are stored. We provide a service where your boat can be delivered to your lodge. Please ask for more information.
Where can we launch our boat?
Beacons Slipway, Conwy Morfa. This is approx 3 miles (10 mins) from the park. Proof of Insurance and Registration is required for all Powered craft. This slipway is for the use of all craft, including PWC. There are tidal restrictions for launching and recovery: HW +/- 2 hours is recommended unless experienced.
Can you park next to the lodge?
How far are you from Llandudno and Conwy?
A short 15 minute drive will get you to Llandudno, 5 minutes in the car will get you to Conwy and Conwy Marina is only a 10 minutes minute drive from the Park.
Where is the nearest supermarket?
There is a Tesco and mini Asda at Junction 18 of the A55 – a short 10 minute drive away.