Windermere Lodges

Windermere Lodges

Windermere Lodges

Windermere is the most popular holiday resort in the Lake District. It owes this title largely to the fact that Windermere is England’s largest lake. It is also home to some of the best scenery and holiday attractions in the UK. Lakelovers have a superb range of Lakes lodges in this dream holiday destination.

Choosing to getaway to Windermere in a holiday lodge or log cabin gives you easy access to the best of the Lakes. As well as lakeside ambles following the wooded shoreline taking you to tranquil spots like Wray Castle, for those wanting a greater challenge the Langdale Pikes are only eight miles or so away, and Wansfell Pike, High Knott and Cartmel Fell on Eastern Windermere are all on your doorstep.

Our range of Windermere lodges includes traditional and contemporary styles. All our properties are VisitEngland 3 star rated or higher. Complimentary towels and leisure facility passes are available.

Our holiday lodges are a home away from home. Stylish, comfortable and designed for your dream holiday. Drink in the enviable views through patio doors, take an evening stroll, or relax in style. Cook within modern, well equipped kitchens and dine al fresco on the veranda.

Sounds good doesn’t it? Well who said a Lake Windermere lodge holiday couldn’t be luxurious. In fact, once inside you may not even know you’re in a lodge!

Windermere Lodge Decor

Our lodges in the Windermere region are hand-picked. They are beautiful designed holiday spaces, with a personal feel. They all feature tasteful décor and furnishings, to make you feel at home from the minute you walk in.

The state of the art fixtures, like power showers and relaxing bathtubs with underfloor heating, sumptuous bedding and cosy fireplaces, make a holiday in our lodges as comfortable as any holiday cottage. Plus you get the added bonus of the charm of a lodge and the excellent locations that many of our lodges occupy.

Windermere is a popular holiday resort. Lakelovers holidaymakers are lucky to choose from the prime locations. This includes White Cross Bay Leisure Park and Marina. The Park boasts a fabulous lakeside location and superb 5 star leisure facilities and boat launching.

Lake Windermere lodges

Here are some things not to miss when choosing Windermere for your lodge holiday:

Windermere Lake Cruises according to VisitEngland is in the top ten visitor attractions in the UK. It has 10.5 miles of clear waters surrounded by some of the best scenery and wildlife in the Lake District. This is a great day out for all ages and for walkers it provides easy access to some fantastic walking routes.

Hop on a boat and head to the quieter western shore of Windermere, one of famous poet William Wordwoth’s favourite walking haunts. Once you’ve been you’ll understand why. From this side you’ll be rewarded with tantalising views of Coniston Fells and the jagged peaks of the Langdale Pikes.

There are several walks to choose from on the western shore. This includes the popular gentle west shore walk which concludes with National Trust attraction Wray Castle. It is definitely worth should taking time to enjoy the castle gardens and parkland.

Many of the routes on the western shore can be enjoyed on bike too. The lake shore path is gentle and suitable for families. And of course bikes are welcome on the lake cruises and buses for a car-free day of fresh air!

It’s also worth heading from Wray Castle to the Lakeland historical village of Hawkshead. It features a delightful church and Wordsworth’s grammar school.

By The Lake

Catch a cruise from the western shore over to Brockhole Visitor Centre or return to Windermere, on the busier eastern shore.
Whilst on the western shore, Coniston Water is excellent if you decide you fancy becoming skipper for the day with Coniston Boating Centre. Don’t forget to prepare a tasty picnic from your stylish self-catering accommodation on Windermere.

For a cultural trip, visit Coniston’s Brantwood house. It has a 250 acre garden and tearoom. It was the former home of prominent writer and artistic figure John Ruskin. It is perfect for getting a feel for daily life of the wealthy and influential icon who made the Lake District his home for the last 28 years of his life.

Keen cyclists, walkers, families and pets alike looking for some outdoor off-roading can access Grizedale Forest from western Windermere. The cycling trails are particularly popular. As are the family events, which have welcomed giant Gruffalo sculptures and a fun Stick Man activity trail. For wildlife enthusiasts it’s worth downloading the ForestXplorer app. It was chosen by The Sunday Times, as one of the top 500 apps worldwide. It features tree, leaf, bark, seed, identifier and maps. For more activities for burning off energy there’s GoApe tree top adventures and a perfect adventure play area with picnic benches.

Outdoors

And if you’re keen on being outside, the scenic open top bus is worth a go. It’s also perfect if you’re short on time and don’t want to miss out!

A ‘Bus & Boat’ Windermere Lake Cruises ticket is perfect for taking in the northern shores. Cruise to Waterhead Pier (Ambleside), taking in the majestic scenery, and return on the famous open-top 599 bus to Bowness or Windermere Pier.

When not out and about you’ll want to take advantage of self-catering in your Windermere lodge. Enjoy hunting out some local culinary goodies to prepare in your luxuriously furnished lodge kitchen. Booths supermarket is an exciting grocery store to stock up for your holiday. You can also pick up fresh local fruit and vegetables in Windermere and Bowness.

Do as much or as little as you like when you visit Windermere. But do it in style with one of our stylish lake Windermere lodges, where you’ll simply want to return time and again.

Browse our collection below, but if you don’t find what you’re looking for please contact us where our excellent customer service team are ready to help you find your perfect holiday.

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Special Offer 7 nights reduced from £475 to £429
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Electric Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

This luxurious Lakeland Lodge nestles in a row of exclusive luxury lodges within a peaceful setting yet is conveniently located so to take advantage of White Cross Bay 5 star facilities that include a bar, restaurant, shop and leisure club. The shores of Lake Windermere are just a short stroll away from this beautiful lodge.

Available From£475
Special Offer
Blakeholme Bay View Windermere
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 1 car
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

With breathtaking views over Lake Windermere, this aptly named detached Lakeland lodge offers stylish and contemporary accommodation with a cosy, romantic atmosphere! Whether you are planning your honeymoon or a special occasion, yearning to explore the great outdoors or simply fancy getting away from it all, Blakeholme Bay View is a couple's haven in one of the most desirable Lake District locations.

Available From£522

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Windermere Lodges

Windermere Lodges

Windermere Lodges

Windermere is the most popular holiday resort in the Lake District. It owes this title largely to the fact that Windermere is England’s largest lake. It is also home to some of the best scenery and holiday attractions in the UK. Lakelovers have a superb range of Lakes lodges in this dream holiday destination.

Choosing to getaway to Windermere in a holiday lodge or log cabin gives you easy access to the best of the Lakes. As well as lakeside ambles following the wooded shoreline taking you to tranquil spots like Wray Castle, for those wanting a greater challenge the Langdale Pikes are only eight miles or so away, and Wansfell Pike, High Knott and Cartmel Fell on Eastern Windermere are all on your doorstep.

Our range of Windermere lodges includes traditional and contemporary styles. All our properties are VisitEngland 3 star rated or higher. Complimentary towels and leisure facility passes are available.

Our holiday lodges are a home away from home. Stylish, comfortable and designed for your dream holiday. Drink in the enviable views through patio doors, take an evening stroll, or relax in style. Cook within modern, well equipped kitchens and dine al fresco on the veranda.

Sounds good doesn’t it? Well who said a Lake Windermere lodge holiday couldn’t be luxurious. In fact, once inside you may not even know you’re in a lodge!

Windermere Lodge Decor

Our lodges in the Windermere region are hand-picked. They are beautiful designed holiday spaces, with a personal feel. They all feature tasteful décor and furnishings, to make you feel at home from the minute you walk in.

The state of the art fixtures, like power showers and relaxing bathtubs with underfloor heating, sumptuous bedding and cosy fireplaces, make a holiday in our lodges as comfortable as any holiday cottage. Plus you get the added bonus of the charm of a lodge and the excellent locations that many of our lodges occupy.

Windermere is a popular holiday resort. Lakelovers holidaymakers are lucky to choose from the prime locations. This includes White Cross Bay Leisure Park and Marina. The Park boasts a fabulous lakeside location and superb 5 star leisure facilities and boat launching.

Lake Windermere lodges

Here are some things not to miss when choosing Windermere for your lodge holiday:

Windermere Lake Cruises according to VisitEngland is in the top ten visitor attractions in the UK. It has 10.5 miles of clear waters surrounded by some of the best scenery and wildlife in the Lake District. This is a great day out for all ages and for walkers it provides easy access to some fantastic walking routes.

Hop on a boat and head to the quieter western shore of Windermere, one of famous poet William Wordwoth’s favourite walking haunts. Once you’ve been you’ll understand why. From this side you’ll be rewarded with tantalising views of Coniston Fells and the jagged peaks of the Langdale Pikes.

There are several walks to choose from on the western shore. This includes the popular gentle west shore walk which concludes with National Trust attraction Wray Castle. It is definitely worth should taking time to enjoy the castle gardens and parkland.

Many of the routes on the western shore can be enjoyed on bike too. The lake shore path is gentle and suitable for families. And of course bikes are welcome on the lake cruises and buses for a car-free day of fresh air!

It’s also worth heading from Wray Castle to the Lakeland historical village of Hawkshead. It features a delightful church and Wordsworth’s grammar school.

By The Lake

Catch a cruise from the western shore over to Brockhole Visitor Centre or return to Windermere, on the busier eastern shore.
Whilst on the western shore, Coniston Water is excellent if you decide you fancy becoming skipper for the day with Coniston Boating Centre. Don’t forget to prepare a tasty picnic from your stylish self-catering accommodation on Windermere.

For a cultural trip, visit Coniston’s Brantwood house. It has a 250 acre garden and tearoom. It was the former home of prominent writer and artistic figure John Ruskin. It is perfect for getting a feel for daily life of the wealthy and influential icon who made the Lake District his home for the last 28 years of his life.

Keen cyclists, walkers, families and pets alike looking for some outdoor off-roading can access Grizedale Forest from western Windermere. The cycling trails are particularly popular. As are the family events, which have welcomed giant Gruffalo sculptures and a fun Stick Man activity trail. For wildlife enthusiasts it’s worth downloading the ForestXplorer app. It was chosen by The Sunday Times, as one of the top 500 apps worldwide. It features tree, leaf, bark, seed, identifier and maps. For more activities for burning off energy there’s GoApe tree top adventures and a perfect adventure play area with picnic benches.

Outdoors

And if you’re keen on being outside, the scenic open top bus is worth a go. It’s also perfect if you’re short on time and don’t want to miss out!

A ‘Bus & Boat’ Windermere Lake Cruises ticket is perfect for taking in the northern shores. Cruise to Waterhead Pier (Ambleside), taking in the majestic scenery, and return on the famous open-top 599 bus to Bowness or Windermere Pier.

When not out and about you’ll want to take advantage of self-catering in your Windermere lodge. Enjoy hunting out some local culinary goodies to prepare in your luxuriously furnished lodge kitchen. Booths supermarket is an exciting grocery store to stock up for your holiday. You can also pick up fresh local fruit and vegetables in Windermere and Bowness.

Do as much or as little as you like when you visit Windermere. But do it in style with one of our stylish lake Windermere lodges, where you’ll simply want to return time and again.

Browse our collection below, but if you don’t find what you’re looking for please contact us where our excellent customer service team are ready to help you find your perfect holiday.