Frequently Asked Questions

Bosworth Lakeside Lodges are designed to be used as holiday homes rather than primary addresses. This means you must have a separate main address as your permanent residence.

You can live in your holiday lodge for several months at a time, and enjoy unlimited visits. However, if you’re considering staying in your holiday home longer term, it’s worth discussing with our holiday park management team.

The most commonly asked questions are here to help you get all the information you need

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Bosworth Lakeside Park & Lodges is open on a full 12 month holiday license.

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Ground Rent is currently £4000 - £4500. Ground rent invoices will be issued in September each year for payment by 1st January the following year.

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Local rates are currently included in the Ground Rent for 2022

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Insurance - according to reinstatement value
•    PLG Gas - metered to each home and billed quarterly
•    Electricity - metered to each home and billed half yearly

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Yes - there are fully operational electric gates and 24hr security

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10 year Diamond Structural Warranty
35 year Warranty on the Metrotile Roof

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On site facilities are free to Holiday Home Owners although you will need to provide your own equipment – or you can hire it from the park

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Yes- but they must be kept on a lead or exercised in our dedicated dog walk areas.

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Yes - it has to be managed through our rental services

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Yes - but it may be re-directed if you are staying on extended holiday

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50 years then it will be reviewed yearly re condition of unit

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Yes – but park staff will then not maintain this area, and if not maintained to a sufficient standard, it can be reclaimed back

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No – however, children staying for long periods will be restricted to the school holidays

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Yes – the park has several play areas and caters for children of all ages. Parents and guardians must be present to ensure their children’s safety when using the park’s play and sports facilities.

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The park has transparent procedure to manage relationships between owners and our aim is to build a friendly, respectful community of like-minded people. The park is owned and run by the Ryley family, and in the unlikely event a situation arises, they will act as mediators. However,m inconsiderate behaviour will not be tolerated and within the license any parties acting unsociably who do not respond to the mediation process will be removed from the park.

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No – the park will be for the exclusive use of those owning lodges or renting a lodge.