Actually Group invests £4m in new Yorkshire luxury staycation destination

A CGI of Keld Spring

Fast-growing staycation destination developer Actually Group has announced it is investing £4m to create an exclusive new luxury retreat in North Yorkshire.

Actually Group’s ambition is to raise the bar for high-end staycation experiences and will showcase a new concept in luxury lodge holidays with the launch of Keld Spring Lodge Retreat.

Keld Spring is a flagship development of premium quality, low-carbon lodges, blending architect-led design with contemporary elegance.

Keld Spring occupies a picturesque nine-acre site enjoying panoramic views near the village of Wombleton in Ryedale, in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside.

The development will feature 30 lodges, offering five-star luxury in one of the UK’s most desirable holiday locations, on the edge of the North Yorks Moors National Park and the Howardian Hills. Landscaping is well advanced on site, with the first lodges due to be in place by the end of May.

An innovative and ambitious new force in the buoyant UK staycation market, Actually Group offers a complete end-to-end package, from land acquisition and development, to lodge design and manufacturing, and destination management and marketing.

Specialising in low-carbon and environmentally sensitive developments, Actually Group has a growing portfolio of high-end developments in many of the UK’s most sought-after holiday locations.

People aspiring to own a luxury holiday home in a prime location or investors seeking a high-yielding investment opportunity are being urged to register to attend the launch event for Keld Spring, which is being held on site over the Easter bank holiday weekend, from Thursday, April 14, to Easter Monday, April 18.

Andy Sutton, CEO of Actually Group, said: “Keld Spring will offer innovative, luxurious living accommodation that offers the ideal recreational space inside and out, in a stunning location with so much to do and great places to visit nearby.

“It lays down a new marker for high-quality, sustainable holiday lodges on a site that complements its scenic setting and showcases the quality of staycation destinations we’re creating in many of the UK’s most beautiful regions.”

Rhodri Andrews, marketing director of Actually Group, said: “Keld Spring offers both a compelling lifestyle opportunity and a rewarding investment proposition.

“Owners of lodges at Keld Spring can enjoy luxury living while investing wisely in the lucrative UK holiday market which is forecast to continue to see long-term growth.”

Actually Group is developing multiple sites across the UK and is aiming to create 15 new destinations, 1,000 lodges and 500 jobs by the end of next year.

Recently Actually Group announced the acquisition of Preseli Lodges and Garden Rooms, based in Pembrokeshire, west Wales. Now rebranded as Actually Lodges, the manufacturer will supply the ultra-low-carbon sustainable luxury lodges for Actually Group’s rapidly-growing portfolio of sites

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