This woodland lodge is located on three acres of woodland nearby Newby Bridge at the southern end of Lake Windermere.
These wood clad lodges are the perfect accommodation for small families to escape the busyness of life while still having access to the necessary amenities.
The cottage has access to the hotel restaurant and bar on the grounds.
This one-floor property has a comfortable living space with open plan lounge, dining room and well-equipped kitchen area with all you need to spend your time there comfortably.
There is one double bedroom and one twin bedroom.
The open plan lounge area has a TV, radio and French doors, as well as cosy seating for a small group.
There is a bathroom with a spa bath, shower cubicle and WC.
Outside there is a private balcony with outdoor furniture and guests also have shared access to the grounds and surrounding woodland.
The woodland is perfect for short walks and wildlife including roe deer can often be seen from the property.
Woodland Pine Lodges are just 6 miles from Newby Bridge where there are amenities including pubs, restaurants and access to ferries across Lake Windermere.
Guests also have access to hotel amenities within the grounds including the bar and restaurant.
Just a short drive from the edge of Lake Windermere, this accommodation gives you immediate access to various locations around the Lake by cruiser.
Perfect for exploring the Lake District away from the crowds, Yew Lodge is ideal for small families looking to explore the Lake District and some peace and quiet on their holiday.
On one floor only, this property sleeps 4 in 1x Double bedroom and 1x Twin bedroom. There is a bathroom with spa bath, shower cubicle, WC and hand basin. The kitchen, dining room and lounge are all open plan with radio and TV. There is also an outdoor patio area with outdoor furniture to enjoy relaxing evenings outside.
About the location
Cartmel 2 miles; Lake Windermere 8 miles; Kendal 10 miles.
The charming Edwardian resort of Grange-over-Sands is set between the Lake District fells and Morecambe Bay and offers one of the mildest climates in the north of England. Formerly a small fishing village, the introduction of the Furness Railway transformed Grange-over-Sands into a fashionable Edwardian resort. Today, the town has much to offer the visitor including a traffic-free promenade, delightful ornamental gardens, golf courses, brass band concerts and excellent bird watching. Just a short drive away are Lake Windermere (8 miles), the villages of Bowness-on-Windermere and Hawkshead, which still retain the charm and character that has endeared them to so many, and the home of sticky toffee pudding, Cartmel, with its famous racecourse and the L’Enclume restaurant, which has been voted the 4th best restaurant in the UK. Other attractions in the area include Levens Hall, with its Elizabethan Hall and world famous topiary gardens, Sizergh Castle, a National Trust medieval house and gardens, and Conishead Priory, a Gothic revival country house. Set amidst the southern lakes, the attractive town of Grange-over-Sands makes a superb base from which to enjoy the whole of this magical area.