NEW luxury lodges are under construction in the heart of North Yorkshire’s countryside which are set to blend bespoke architecture with cutting edge technology.

The lodges are part of luxury holiday park developer Actually Parks and will see 29 lodges in phase one of the new development which will be known as Keld Spring.

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Built using highly energy efficient structural insulation, the lodges will be manufactured in the UK by Actually Parks.

Each lodge will feature a spacious open-plan living area, garden veranda rooms, hot tubs, electric car charging ports, smart home integration and a wireless home sounds system.

The lodges will be located at the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and Howardian Hills and look set to offer a one of the UK’s most beautiful holiday locations.

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Rhodri Andrews, head of marketing at Actually Parks, said: “The UK holiday sector has already experienced major sustained growth in the last couple of years, and it has fast become the rising star of the investment sector. Keld Spring’s hand-finished lodges will grant investors access to this stable and lucrative market.”

Actually Parks is working with industry consultant Sutton Hospital to deliver the scheme.

Andy Sutton, managing director of Sutton Hospitality, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Actually Parks, who are committed to raising the bar on luxury holiday lodge design and build.

“With our joint ethos of innovation and excellence, we’ve worked closely together on every level of detail using our in-house expertise to help ensure that every park will stand out from a number of perspectives.

“By adopting a future-proofed, sustainable, and ecologically sensitive approach, Keld Spring will be an exciting and totally unique addition to the luxury holiday lodge market in the UK.”

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