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One of the new lodges on Wildmoor LakeWildmoor Waters

The Willows
Wildmoorway Lane
South Cerney
Gloucestershire
GL7 5UZ

Tel: 07711 826 459 (mobile)
E-mail: fishing@wildmoorwaters.co.uk



The new Studio apartment at Wildmoor Waters (photos left and below) has been purpose-built to provide luxury accommodation with its own private Courtyard fishing peg.

Ideal for a couple, the accommodation comprises a double bedroom, lounge with Freeview TV and sofa bed which is suitable for a child, and a fully equipped kitchen. It also has an bathroom which incorporates a wet room.

Like the three Lodges, The Studio is fully equipped, double glazed, fully insulated and centrally heated. In addition to kitchen equipment it comes complete with cooking and BBQ utensils, crockery, glasses, cutlery, tea, coffee and sugar. All you need to take is bedding, towels, food and your fishing equipment. The three photographs below are of The Studio.

For more photographs, a video and details of The Studio at Wildmoor Waters, please follow this link. Alternatively, please click here for details of prices and availability for The Studio.

The three centrally heated luxury lodges on Wildmoor Waters are designed for up to two couples or a small family group and provide a warm and comfortable environment in which to enjoy fishing for quality carp to over 40lbs.

The lodges comprise three separate rooms and incorporate a bedroom, bathroom with shower and toilet and the main living area which has a fully equipped kitchen with utensils, crockery, cutlery, tea, coffee and condiments. A fridge, microwave, gas cooker and hot and cold water complete the kitchen - making it a great 'home from home'.

The main living area is furnished with a dining table and chairs, a sofa bed that converts to a full size double bed and digital television and DVD player. All guests need to bring is their bedding.

The lodges are right on the waters edge with a large deck which provides an ideal platform from which to fish.



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