Mallard Lodge, a welcoming log cabin, sits in the well-appointed South Lakeland Leisure Village, just outside Carnforth in Lancashire.
Offering comfortable accommodation for four people, it serves as an excellent base for couples wishing to experience some of England's most incredible natural beauty.
After an adventure-filled day exploring the nearby Lake District, Yorkshire Dales or Morecambe Bay, return to this delightful home-from-home and be greeted by the inviting open-plan living room.
Benefiting from a soothing, neutral overtone with plenty of comfortable seating, a large 42 inch TV and a warming electric fire, what more could you want to unwind after the sun goes down?
The stylish kitchen offers all of the necessary appliances you could need whilst the dining table provides a social spot to enjoy your meals, play a board game or plan tomorrow's adventures.
Both bedrooms rest at the back of the property; the master room offers a fabulous walk-in wardrobe and its own en-suite shower room.
An immaculate, all-white bathroom completes the accommodation elegantly.
In the warmer weather you can sit out on the private decking and enjoy an alfresco barbecue with splendid views of the on-site fishing lake.
The South Lakeland Leisure Village is fabulously equipped, boasting a gym, a café, a bar/restaurant, an indoor heated pool and a luxury spa centre.
Warton itself lies in the Arnside and Silverdale AONB and provides a Post Office and two traditional food pubs.
From here, the wonders of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales are close at hand, with both Kirkby Lonsdale and Kendal nearby and ensuring a memorable day trip.
An inviting lodge in a fabulous area of the North West.
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.