Allerthorpe FAQs | Prestige Country Parks

Our FAQs

We get asked lots of questions here at Allerthorpe and hope to help you with some of those here! If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to speak to a member of our team here.

How can I secure a holiday home?

To secure your holiday home we accept as little as 5% deposit, with the rest of the payment paid through finance, cash or part-exchange options.Since your holiday home at Allerthorpe isn't residential, there is no stamp duty or council tax to pay on your purchase!

What are site fees?

Our annual site fees for your holiday home help us maintain the Park and your use of facilities. We work hard to maintain the communal areas of our Park and the fees help to cover the running costs.

What utilities do I get in my lodge?

All our lodges are connected to mains electric, gas, water, sewerage and wifi and paid on usage basis. To ensure the safety of our owners and staff, owners are responsible for checking their own gas appliances every 12 months.

Do I need insurance?

Your lodge must be insured at your own cost to cover all the specified risks and minimum values. Comparison websites such as Compare The Market can help you find the best deal around.

How much are your lodges?

Our holiday homes vary dependent on size and model, take a look at all our holiday homes for sale to find the right one for your budget!

Lodges for sale

What are the Park facilities?

We have some wonderful facilities on Park, with our main attractions being a golf course, Fishing Lake, Countryside Walks, Pheasant bar & restaurant.

All Facilities

What makes a holiday home?

Your Holiday Home or Luxury Lodge at Allerthorpe can only be used for recreational purposes or travel. You must have a primary residence off Park and we ask for proof of your residential address every year.

Can I let out my lodge?

Absolutely! Letting our your lodge when you're not using it is a fantastic way to make it pay for itself. We offer a fully managed system to assist you in maximising your income.