Oakwood Lodges near Selby in Yorkshire
Oakwood Lodges near Selby in Yorkshire – holiday lodges with a private hot tub
A lodge holiday in Yorkshire anyone? Oakwood Lodges are a small collection of holiday lodges near to the town of Selby – and just a few miles away from York. Oakwood Lodges are located down a long private track – so you have plenty of peace & quiet here.
A choice of lodges awaits you at Oakwood Lodges – with a few lodges sleeping 2 people, and a few lodges which sleep 4 people. So whether you’re looking for a romantic break – or you’ve got a family holiday planned, Oakwood Lodges could well have something for you.
All the lodges are located around a small lake, and – for something just a little bit special – all the lodges at Oakwood Lodges have their own private hot tub. Oh yes, you can’t beat a dip in your own hot tub to make your holiday extra special. You’ll find your hot tub on the decked area behind your lodge, with views out across the lake.
Around Oakwood Lodges
You could stay at Oakwood Lodges for the duration of your holiday, and just spend your time recharging your batteries – probably while sitting in that hot tub. But should you wish to venture away from your lodge and explore the area, you’ll find the town of Selby just down the road. York is also a short drive.
If you decide to drive to York, you may well want to consider parking at the “McArthur Glen Designer Outlet” – which, like Oakwood Lodges, is to the south of York – and catch the park & ride bus into the centre of York. You can also stop at the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet on the way back and pick up a bargain or two.
Leeds is worth a visit too; with “Leeds Royal Armoury” being a superb place to visit – and admission to the Royal Armoury is free; always a bonus when you’re looking for a day out with the family.
If you think that Oakwood Lodges could be the holiday destination for you, it’s well worth popping across to Hoseasons to checkout prices and availability.
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