Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park Open Weekend – this coming weekend, the 21st & 22nd of April, running from 10am to 4pm on both days.
If it’s a taste of luxury that you are looking for, then the award winning Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park is perfect for you.Tucked away within 29 acres of stunning East Yorkshire countryside, this is the ideal spot to enjoy some peace and tranquillity.
Sat in the heart of East Yorkshire and at the beginning of the stunning Wolds Way, Raywell Hall Country
Lodge Park provides a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle.
It is a place to enjoy the simple pleasures of life. It is for that reason Raywell Park has become an increasingly
popular choice for those looking to enjoy extended periods of leisure all year round.
If you missed the Open Weekend in March, these days will give you another opportunity to have a look around Pathfinder Homes’ woodland lodge styled home, The Keepers Lodge. This lodge includes two double bedrooms of which the master has an ensuite and walk- in wardrobe, a family bathroom, and a spacious open-plan lounge dining area & kitchen. There are also sliding doors which open onto a generous decked area, offering views of the water feature at the park.
At the award-winning, holiday home development there are many great designs, and different styles, to choose from. To help with your questions and wishes, as well as advising on your preferred designs. Pathfinder Homes will have representative, Steve Davidson on hand for your benefit.
The Site Itself
Although the site is only a few minutes’ drive from the nearest shops on site. You’ll feel very distant from the hustle and bustle of urban life as you are surrounded by plenty of lovely walking locations and wooded areas. On site, there’s Millers Tea Room and Farm Shop, where you can enjoy dishes including smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on a daily basis. A range of tasty, fresh produce is also available for sale. While it feels like it is a long way from the urban rush, Raywell is in a remarkably good location for days out. This hamlet is only seven miles north-west of Hull, and within easy reach of York, Beverley and the coast, with the A63 and M62 within a short drive.