Autumn Newsletter 2019




November 2013 was when we completed the lodge development and we have welcomed many guests over the last 5 years, some of whom have joined us on numerous occasions.

We are very proud of what we offer and continue to improve our service and welcome feedback.

This year we have instigated the provision of croissants and separate cereal packs in the welcome pack to guests.  It is always difficult as we do not want to see wastage and in the past we used to provide a large packet of cereal and often find that it could not be re-used and was therefore wasted!

To assist us in the maintenance and upkeep of the lodges we are pleased to welcome Barry Hewitt, who has joined us full time to deal with all maintenance issues and landscaping.

In respect of the landscape surrounding the lodges we are delighted with the growth of the shrubs and trees which we have planted since the inception of the development and some of the photographs attached to this newsletter give some indication of the privacy that this is providing. 

Autumn and Winter are great times to visit the lodges and view the landscape.  On a local level, we are pleased to see that the Thatcher’s Public House in Mount Bures has been totally refurbished and re-launched and at The Swan at Chappel the management has changed, both improving the hospitality that can be offered in the local area.

Finally we would advise that we have installed a fully automated generator in the grounds which is designed to keep you warm and cosy in case of power cuts following any freak storms, etc.

I very much look forward to seeing you soon at Wakes Hall Lodges.

With all good wishes.

Nick Percival