L-R: Charlie Forbes Adam, Nigel Adams and Mike Marshall.
Jane Imrie

New phase of ‘luxury’ lodges development launches in Yorkshire

The newest phase of a holiday park near York has been officially unveiled this week.

The Lawley lodges development at Hollicarrs Holiday Park was opened by Nigel Adams, MP for Selby and Ainsty and Government Minister for Culture, Media and Sport.

Comprising 42 ‘luxury’ holiday lodges, the Lawley development is set within the 250-acre woodlands that makes up the historic Escrick Park Estate.

Charlie Forbes Adam, proprietor of the Escrick Park Estate, which owns Hollicarrs, commented: “This is a tremendously exciting initiative.

“Lawley builds on the success of our first two phases at Hollicarrs, Wenlock and Harts Nook, and provides fabulous holiday lodges for everyone wanting to enjoy the sanctuary of our estate and visit North Yorkshire’s many tourist attractions.”

Mr Adams added: “The success of Hollicarrs has been a great boost to tourism in the York and Selby region.

“This latest investment in the park by the Escrick Estate is likely to prove equally successful and I wish this prestigious project the very best of luck.”

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