Above: Prime Minister Teresa May who intends to trigger Article 50 starting the countdown to Britain's exit from the EU. 

Above: Prime Minister Teresa May who intends to trigger Article 50 starting the countdown to Britain's exit from the EU. 

The Prime Minister has said that she intends to trigger Article 50 which will countdown to Britain's exit from the EU on Wednesday. It is predicted by forecasters that it will cause the pound to fall again - since the referendum, the pound has fallen 10 per cent against the Euro.

Obviously this is bad news for those taking holidays abroad but it is good news for those taking breaks in the UK, particularly those investing in chalets for sale and other UK Holiday homes and lodges.

Those who may have purchased holiday properties on the Continent are now finding it cheaper to do so here in the UK.

Above: Example of a UK Lodge at Tingdene Broadlands Park & Marina in Suffolk - 125 year lease, 3 bedrooms and a luxury decking with easy access to nearby Southwold. 

Above: Example of a UK Lodge at Tingdene Broadlands Park & Marina in Suffolk - 125 year lease, 3 bedrooms and a luxury decking with easy access to nearby Southwold. 

''There are a lot of wonderful beaches in the world. Of course, to get to many of them means you need passports and currency exchanges (which aren't currently very favourable linking to recent Brexit news) and you have to put up with the pressure of airports. We have seen a steady increase in new families joining us as holiday property owners. Families see many benefits to investing in property here in the UK rather than abroad. I believe many have grown tired of the aggravation of airports, the time spent on long journeys and with safety concerns for children and grand children whilst travelling to foreign locations investing in a UK leasehold lodge offers many benefits that appeals to many families.'' Benjamin Race - Group Marketing & Sales Manager - Tingdene Lifestyle