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Troutbeck log cabin, Ambleside 82, White Cross Bay
This Troutbeck log cabin, the Ambleside 82 is located on the beautifully-presented White Cross Bay Holiday Park. It is a top class Scandinavian-style log cabin with a spacious decked balcony area looking out over parkland towards Lake Windermere in the distance. The large verandah has a patio set and a large, private Hot Tub.
The 60-acre park surrounding the lodge is a site that has something for everyone, as it is packed with facilities to suit all ages. Most are free for guests to use and include an indoor heated swimming pool, gym with sauna and jacuzzi, children’s play area and a multi-use games area suitable for cricket, basketball, football etc.
Troutbeck log cabin, Ambleside 82 accommodation
Inside, this Troutbeck log cabin is decorated and equipped to a very high standard, with a very light and airy living space, 3 bedrooms, which comfortably sleep six and two bathrooms.
Although it is open plan, the living space is separated into three areas. The lounge has plenty of comfortable seating, floor to ceiling glass in the form of windows and French doors leading out onto the balcony area. The dining area has a large 6-seater table and there is a nicely proportioned kitchen with all major appliances.
There are 3 bedrooms in total: the Master bedroom has its own dressing room, as well as an en-suite Shower Room, there is a large twin/double room, a smaller twin-bedded room and a full family bathroom. All fuel, electricity, WiFi, bedding and towels are included in the rental.
• The Troutbeck log cbain is accessible by steps only.
• No Smoking policy in place
• Sorry, no pets 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
Troutbeck log cabin, Ambleside 82 surrounding area
It would be more than possible to enjoy a holiday without leaving the park at all due to the excellent facilities available on site. However, most travel to the Lake District to admire the scenery, visit new places and try new experiences.
Just 2 miles from the lodge is the most well-known lake of all, Lake Windermere. Here there are a whole variety of walking, horse riding, cycling and water activities to be involved in. For less energetic visitors, there are sightseeing boat trips and a scenic steam railway trip to enjoy. Just a mile further down the road, is the town of Bowness, home to the world-famous Beatrix Potter Museum, where her tiny characters are brought to life.
Lake cruises can be taken from Bowness to the pretty town of Ambleside, which the lodge was named after. Also close by is the Brockhole Lake District Visitor Centre, useful for tourist information, but made much more popular with older children due to its ‘Treetop Trek’, which is like an aerial assault course!