This detached log cabin is situated on the popular South Lakeland Leisure Village, two miles from the Lancashire town of Carnforth.
The superb on-site facilities include a spa, indoor swimming pool, restaurant and bar, providing an abundance of ways to relax and unwind on a well-earned break.
This well-equipped South Lakeland lodge offers spacious accommodation with two lovely bedrooms and two bathrooms, making it perfect for friends and families wishing to enjoy this excellent location.
The modern accommodation has an open plan living area opening onto a decked patio, making for an ideal sociable space to plan your day ahead, with the on-site facilities and easy access to the Lake District you will be spoilt for choice of activities!
You can also book treatments in the spa and, for a perfectly lazy day, enjoy a takeaway meal from the on-site restaurant.
A short drive from the South Lakeland Leisure Village, the coast is recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the scenic Jenny Brown’s Point with stunning views across Morecambe Bay and RSPB Leighton Moss Reserve being a 10 minute drive away.
At nearby Carnforth, famed for being the filming location of Brief Encounter, step back in time and visit the railway station and nearby tea rooms, heritage sites which still appear as they did during this 1940's film.
This excellent lodge makes a perfect base for exploring the North West Coast, the Lake District and beyond.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms with TV: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.
About the location
SOUTH LAKELAND LEISURE VILLAGE
Carnforth 2 miles; Kendal 15 miles; Windermere 20 miles.
Set on a 43 acre site, the South Lakeland Leisure Village is situated just a couple of miles from Carnforth on the border of the Southern Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. This beautiful area combines superb countryside and a coast with a rich and fascinating history dating back to the Domesday Book. The ‘village’, which has been given 5 stars by Visit Britain and has been accredited with David Bellamy Gold conservation awards provide top quality accommodation in the form of Scandinavian log cabins built around a large lake in the centre. The main club, a former 17th century farmhouse, is home to the on-site bar and restaurant, The Water’s Edge, and the village provides top quality leisure facilities with an indoor swimming pool, gym, steam room and beauty therapy suite to name but a few. An excellent location, within easy driving distance of pretty villages, coastal resorts and the national parks of the Lakes and the Dales.