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2014 Swift Bordeaux

2014 Swift Bordeaux

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2014 Swift Bordeaux

bedrooms

2 bedroom(s)

bathroom

1 bathroom(s)

size

35ft x 12ft

This classic model combines space and comfort with serene furnishings to create one of the most beautiful holiday homes available at Lyons Woodlands Hall this year.

With contemporary design throughout, boasting open-plan living and plenty of breathing space, the Swift Bordeaux is the perfect holiday home for families, new owners, and even those looking to upgrade.

This central-heated, double-glazed home-from-home could be yours in a matter of hours, so why not come and see how the peaceful life at Manor House Park suits you.

With the stunning views of the Vale of Clwyd surrounding the park,  there’s plenty to do and see here from dog walking, hiking, exploring the delightful town of Ruthin, and dining in the many cafes, restaurants, and pubs in the town. To find out more about this beautiful holiday home, and our low-rate finance options, call our friendly team today on 01824 702 066.

Features

  • Central Heating
  • Dining Table
  • Electric Shower
  • Full-Length Wardrobe
  • Gas Fire
  • Integrated Kitchen Appliances
  • Wrap-Around Kitchen

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Frequently asked questions

How do I get to Lyons Holiday Parks?

Our 14 family-friendly parks are situated within optimal locations to enjoy both peace and serenity while being accessible on most major routes.

To access our coastal parks in Holywell, Rhyl, Prestatyn, Towyn, Abergele and Dwygyfylchi, follow the A55 towards Conwy (links from most national motorways including the M1, M56 and M6.) Alternatively, you can reach the majority of these parks via public transport to Prestatyn train station, Rhyl bus station or Chester train station which is around a 40-minute bus ride away.

Our beautiful countryside parks in Ruthin and St Asaph can be easily accessed from the A494, A55, A483 and the A5 (West Wales.)

Lyons Manor House Park in Cumbria can be found by following directions for Aspatria, or by following the A595 from Carlisle. 

What are the site fees?

Our site fees vary from park to park due to location and facilities, but these figures include maintenance fees, annual plot rental costs, some utilities, as well as your Lyons ownership benefits. 

For more information on site fees and to find out more about our flexible finance options, call our friendly team on 01745 362020.

How much does it cost to own a holiday home here?

Holiday homes with Lyons start from £25,995 - buy today, and there are no site fees to pay until 2022! With many finance options and opportunities to get cashback on your site fees, ownership with Lyons has never been so easy or accessible. 

Other ongoing costs to consider are the annual site fees and utilities (gas & electric). Unlike many parks, we do not charge water rates. The only additional cost is holiday home insurance and safety certificate testing, which is required by law.

Want some on-obligation, friendly advice on holiday home finance? Call our team on 01745 362020 or check out our informative blog post.

Can I view a map of the park?

Of course! Park maps can be found on each park page in PDF format. Click here to view our parks. 

Can I rent or sublet my holiday home?

Subletting your holiday home to family and friends, as well as private guests, is a great way to earn credit on your owner account to be used against the following years' site fees!

We offer an exclusive subletting scheme on all of our ownership/ hire fleet parks - to find out more, email us today.

Are your parks pet friendly?

Lyons Holiday Parks has something for all the family - including your four-legged friends! All of our parks are pet-friendly and we have selected pet-friendly areas on most parks.

However, we encourage guests and owners to be mindful and keep their dogs on a lead at all times, and dogs listed within the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 are not permitted at any of our parks.

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