Features

  • Listing Ref: 57

  • Bedrooms: 2

  • Sleeps: 4

  • Fishing

  • Hot Tub

  • Mountain Biking

  • Pub Nearby

  • Shop Nearby

  • Swimming Pool

  • WiFi

Description

Lake Winds Lodge, White Cross Bay

Lake Winds Lodge is a Scandinavian-style cabin set amongst trees in a quiet section of the well-maintained White Cross Bay Holiday Park. Guests here have the best of both worlds, a peaceful setting to enjoy the cabin, but with a lot of facilities just a five-minute walk away.

The cabin has an outdoor decked area, equipped with patio furniture, from which to enjoy the tranquil surroundings of the cabin and to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife. There is plenty to explore in the park, with numerous footpaths leading into open countryside and along the shore of Lake Windermere itself.

Lake Winds lodge accommodation

Lake Winds Lodge is a cosy 4-person cabin with two bedrooms, 1 Double and 1 Twin-bedded room. The open plan living has a lovely fitted kitchen with plenty of equipment, dining area and a very pleasant lounge space, with patio doors opening onto the balcony.

Included in the rental for this lodge are all fuel and electricity, bedding and towels, WiFi, Sky TV in the lounge and baby equipment on request. Guests are also entitled to free use of many on-site facilities including the indoor swimming pool, gym, Jacuzzi, sauna and all of the communal play areas.

Notes:

• This lodge is accessible by steps only.
• No Smoking policy in place
• One well-behaved dog allowed
• A £20 deposit is required for a site-pass and to use on-site facilities
• Due to close proximity of water, all children must be supervised

Lake Winds lodge surrounding area

Just a pleasant half mile walk away is the tiny village of Troutbeck, where there is a shop and a traditional Lake District pub serving home-cooked food.
This makes a perfect stopping point for a more adventurous hike or cycle ride.

Anyone who is keen to explore the area further afield, either on foot or horseback, should pay a visit to the Lake District Visitor Centre at Brockhole, where excellent advice and useful items such as detailed maps of the entire Lake District National Park can be obtained.

For those more interested in less rural pursuits, the towns of Kendal and Keswick both have very intriguing shops and exhibitions to be enjoyed, along with numerous places for refreshment of all kinds!

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