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Golf at Carus Green, Kendal

Carus Green is a remarkable collection of luxury accommodation providing a superb holiday and a great base for your visit with family and friends set in one of the most popular 18 hole golf clubs in northern England.

Work on Your Swing

The Golf Academy features plenty of training options alongside the sweeping greens, with an all-weather 16 bay driving range with automated tees, indoor simulator, putting area and state-of-the-art swing analysis equipment. Golfers heaven! 

Food and Drink at Carus Green

Relax in the contemporary, spacious clubhouse with lounge areas, large balcony and huge windows for enjoying the lovely vistas. You can eat in the contemporary lounge, or in the Grill Restaurant, and a variety of home-cooked delicious food and drink is available all day.

Nearby you’ll find the gourmet hotspots of Cartmel and Kirkby Lonsdale with fine local artisan foods and award-winning restaurants.

A short drive away is the Lyth Valley, with its acclaimed Lakeland Pubs: The Punch Bowl in Crosthwaite, the Mason’s Arms at Strawberry Bank, the Wheatsheaf at Brigsteer, the Black Labrador at Underbarrow, the Brown Horse at Winster and the Hare & Hounds at Levens. All offer great food and drink and a warm welcome.

Out and About

Between Kendal and Windermere is the lush Lyth Valley, famous for its damson and apple orchards and the quiet country lanes are made for cycling and walking with pubs in every village.

Nearby, there are three limestone ridge walks; Scout Scar, Cunswick Scar and Whitbarrow Scar. The ascent up Gummers How offers superb views over Lake Windermere from the summit and the Cartmel Fell tarns walk starts at Bowland Bridge’s historic church.

Book a Carus Green property today and enjoy a luxury stay in the Lake District.