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01664 434108 or
Freephone 0800 999 8853
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Hoby Road, Asfordby, Melton Mowbray LE14 3TL
Mon – Fri: 10am – 4pm
Weekends: By Appointment Only
Why buy a holiday lodge at Frisby Lakes Lodge Park?
Do I need a solicitor?
Are pets allowed?
Yes, Frisby Lakes welcomes a maximum of two friendly and well-behaved dogs. As long as you ensure they do not cause a nuisance to other lodge owners. As Frisby Lakes do everything they can to encourage wildlife, I’m afraid cats are not allowed.
Can I rent my Holiday Home out?
No, all lodges are for the private use of owners only.
Is Frisby Lakes Lodge Park licensed?
What documentation should I receive?
Do I have to pay commission to the park owner if I sell?
Can a lodge be adapted for a disabled person?
Do I get a guarantee?
Are services connected?
Water, sewerage, LPG piped gas and electricity are all connected. They are metered and charged quarterly. Mini Sky television dishes and television aerials are allowed to be erected in discrete positions.
What is the process to buy a Holiday Lodge at Frisby Lakes?
Once you have selected your plot you can choose to leave a £2,000 reservation deposit. We can then work with you to design your own individual lodge. When you are ready to proceed, you pay 40%, this is when we order your logs from Finland. This could be anything from 6-12 weeks depending on the season. The logs will be delivered to the site and the build will commence, a further 40% will be due at this point. You are welcome to visit during the construction phase and when your new cabin is ready for you, the remaining 20% is payable. You can then start to take advantage of your wonderful new lifestyle.
Is stamp duty applicable?
Can children live at Frisby Lakes?
What is a pitch fee?
The pitch fee or ground rent of £3600 including broadband line rental is charged annually and covers the running costs associated with the business. This includes the upkeep of communal areas, security and park facilities. The pitch fee can only be increased on a pre-set date and in line with your agreement, which is strictly governed to prevent park owners from increasing the fee in an arbitrary way.