A family-owned outdoor hospitality accommodation in West Norfolk, United Kingdom has been put up for sale. Grasslands holiday park is set within almost 10 acres of surrounding countryside.
The park is listed with the rural agency team at Savills for a guide price of £850,000. The park includes a spacious four-bedroom timber-clad residential property, two holiday lodges, ten caravan pitches, and three fishing lakes.
Grasslands, located in Gayton Road, East Winch, offers an established and well-planned holiday park in an extremely peaceful and relaxing setting. The current owners purchased the site in 1988 and have been running it as a family business since 2007 when they added the holiday lodges and caravan pitches.
As reported by the company, the lakes were constructed and established over a period of 20 years and are known locally for being well suited to anglers of all abilities.
At the heart of Grasslands, to the south of the largest lake, is a picturesque timber-clad family home. The property boasts a spacious kitchen, family room, lounge, study, utility room, entrance hall and galleried landing, along with a family bathroom and four bedrooms – including two with ensuite and one of which has its own balcony with impressive views.
In addition to the main house, there are two timber-clad, two-bedroom holiday lodges overlooking the second largest lake. One of these lodges has already been sold – paying a current ground rent of £2,750 a year – while the other will be sold with the rest of the holiday park with vacant possession.
Planning permission is also in place for a further eight holiday lodges. Grasslands also includes ten caravan pitches and three high-quality lakes – Mallard Lake (extending to approximately two acres), Heron Pool (approx. 0.75 acres) and Kingfisher Pond (approx. 0.5 acres) that offer fishing opportunities along with additional amenity benefits.
The fisheries have been well maintained and nurtured over the years and feature a variety of wildlife. Fish include carp, Wels catfish, roach, rudd, bream, and tench, while Kingfisher Pond has been part of a successful Environment Agency scheme that has reintroduced crucian carp into suitable waters.
This sale presents a unique opportunity for those looking to expand or start an outdoor hospitality business. With its established infrastructure, planning permissions for further development, and a tranquil setting that appeals to holidaymakers and anglers alike, Grasslands offers significant potential for the right buyer.
For more information about this opportunity, contact Harry Kennedy at Savills in Norwich on 01603 229252 or [email protected].