Hope Lodge is a two bedroom, one bathroom holiday lodge situated on the five star Pine Lake holiday park.
The property is located on the edge of the lake and is only 5 minutes from the M6 motorway, making it easily accessible from locations across Scotland and England.
There are shops and a pub in a nearby village and the property enjoys spectacular views of the lake and a quiet location, making it ideal for weekend getaways.
The lodge features an open plan living, kitchen and dining area.
There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with two twin beds and a family bathroom offering a bathtub with a shower unit as well as a sink and WC.
All of these rooms are located on the ground floor of the lodge, making it a perfect choice for small family get-togethers.
French doors lead from the living room and kitchen area out onto a terrace which offers spectacular views of the lake towards the countryside beyond.
This is the perfect place to enjoy a late and leisurely breakfast or a family dinner as the sun goes down.
Guests also have access to a full range of facilities at the Pine Lake holiday park, including sailing, water-skiing and canoeing and the on-site bar and restaurant where entertainment is available most nights.
Lancaster and Morecambe are a mere 20-minute drive from the cottage, making it easy to access shops, a wide range of restaurants, beaches, and other amenities.
It's also easy to drive to spectacular areas of the Lake District and the surrounding countryside.
Parking for one car is available.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over basin, sink, and WC. Open plan living area featuring kitchen and dining space. Outside decking with small dining table and chairs.
About the location
Morecambe 5 miles; Kendal 21 miles; Windermere 38 miles.
The historic city of Lancaster sits on edge of Morecambe Bay, with the River Lune flowing through its centre. Lancaster retains many excellent examples of handsome Georgian architecture, and with its captivating medieval castle, Ashton Memorial, and four museums, it’s an interesting place for those in search of history and tales of the past. Among the many amenities, there are two venues for live performances, the Lancaster Grand Theatre and the Dukes, as well as open-air concerts held frequently in the pretty Williamson Park during the summer season. The Forest of Bowland and The Arnside & Silverdale Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty provide visitors with lots of opportunities to take in the flora and fauna of the area, with wonderful walking and cycling ways to enjoy. There are also good road and rail links into Cumbria and beyond, meaning Lancaster is a wonderful base for also exploring the Lake District.