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Windermere, Cumbria & The Lake District (Ref. 1068860)

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  • Sleeps 6

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
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15 Customer Review(s)

  • Mrs Kathryn Dunbar

    “This lodge provided just the right accommodation for our bubble of 4 adults and 2 children, and was very cosy and pretty well equipped.”

    On arrival it instantly felt warm and welcoming, and there was a very comprehensive folder of instructions to help us get to grips with unfamiliar appliances. There was plenty of storage space and it never felt cramped. The lodge is in a quieter uphill area of the park but within easy reach of all the amenities. ...

    On arrival it instantly felt warm and welcoming, and there was a very comprehensive folder of instructions to help us get to grips with unfamiliar appliances. There was plenty of storage space and it never felt cramped. The lodge is in a quieter uphill area of the park but within easy reach of all the amenities. The park is in a great position for exploring the area and we had a delightful holiday in glorious weather. The nearby Brockholes adventure park was a great hit with the children, as well as the on-site playground and activities. Despite some lockdown restrictions being in force, the staff made it as easy as possible to order food and we were able to arrange a swimming session and an organised nerff battle activity. The only issue we had was with the travel cot, the mattress is really just a thin solid base and while we appreciate this is for safety reasons it just wasn't comfortable for our 18 month old and we had to find a solution to pad it out a bit. What did you enjoy most about your stay? The scenery What one experience (e.g attraction, walk, day out) would you recommend for our future guests? A walk along Loughrigg terrace overlooking Grasmere and Rydal.

    - Mrs Kathryn Dunbar, Apr 2021

This property is part of the Lake District Lodge Holidays collection.
From the moment you arrive in the Lake District there is a huge choice of activities and things to see as you take in Britain’s latest World Heritage Site – it’s the only National Park to be recognised for such status.

The property

Lakeshaven is a traditional style pine log cabin at White Cross Bay near lake Windermere.

With a private position on the park with woodland to three sides of the lodge plus a secluded and private deck to two sides, it has a nautical theme and offers an ideal retreat for couples or families looking for a quiet spot on the park but still handy for all the amenities.

Lakeshaven sleeps up to 6 guests plus there is room an infant in a travel cot, so larger families or groups of friends can stay together.

Lots of space for planning your days and relaxing quietly when you get back home.

White Cross Bay is in a fabulous location, on the shores of Lake Windermere.

With views across the water and to the surrounding fells, you are literally in the heart of the Lake District and your lodge will be just a few yards from the waterside.

Note: Some facilities on the park are subject to extra cost such as use of the pool, gym, entertainment, bar and restaurant.

500 yards up the main A591 is Brockhole Lake District Visitor Centre, with its gardens, house, café, restaurant, walks, boats, adventure playground and Tree Top Trek: there’s lots to do!

Lakeshaven is also just two miles from Windermere village with shops, cafes and pubs, and three miles from Bowness boat landings, where the cruisers come in.

Bowness is a cosmopolitan village with award-winning restaurants and pubs and quirky shops, a cinema and the World of Beatrix Potter attraction.

Three miles in the other direction, head to Ambleside, another bustling town with shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants and of course, walks in every direction.

Two miles north on the A592 is the pretty village of Troutbeck, home to two traditional pubs with log fires: The Queens Head and the Mortal man; Holehird Gardens, and the National Trust’s Townend House.

Further on you climb up to the magnificent Kirkstone Pass, then drop down to Brotherswater & Ullswater.

A wonderful place to base you and your family for a Lake District break.


  • Three bedrooms: 1 x kingsize with ensuite shower room with thermostatic shower, WC, basin, shaving point, TV & patio doors onto private deck area
  • 1 x double, 1 x twin, all with storage, open plan living and dining area, one step up to the semi-divided kitchen with island sink, patio doors to the side deck with outdoor furniture.A barbecue slab is provided, please bring your own disposable BBQ and dispose of responsibly
  • A few steps up to the lodge and all on single storey level apart from one step up to the kitchen.
  • Full gas central heating
  • Gas hob, oven and grill, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, TV, DVD, sound bar with Bluetooth connectivity
  • Parking for two cars.Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent (please bring any leisure towels)
  • A travel cot and high chair is provided in the lodge for you to put up (please bring your own cot bedding)
  • Sorry no smoking or pets
  • Pub and shop on site 500 yards, village pub and shop two miles
  • Note: For use of the onsite facilities, a complex pass is required, these can be purchased from reception.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.

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About the location


Ambleside 5 miles; Kendal 8.7 miles.

The twin towns of Bowness and Windermere are both vibrant, fun-filled places set within the splendid scenery of the Lake District. Both towns provide a range of amenities, shops and restaurants to suit all tastes whilst Ambleside offers the additional attraction of a boat ride to Bowness, the Lakeside Aquarium and Beatrix Potter's 'Hill Top House' at Sawrey. Grizedale Forest Park is within easy driving distance and is home to a range of activities including many good walks, mountain biking and the 'Go Ape' adventure park. The region also boasts many National Trust properties as well as a variety of water sports for those who prefer a more adrenaline-fuelled trip. Children will enjoy a trip to the 'World of Beatrix Potter' in Bowness whilst the villages of Grasmere, Coniston Water, Kendal, Keswick and the Lakeland Mountains are all within easy reach.

Region Information

Lakeshaven is accessed by 7 shallow steps. There is 1 step up to the kitchen area.

The lodge is located at the top of a steep hill. The area immediately around and to the side of the lodge is steep and caution is advised.

A travel cot will fit in the master bedroom only. Please bring your own travel cot and highchair as they are not provided.

White Cross Bay has its own onsite facilities. You will need to purchase a complex pass from reception which includes the use of the pool, gym, entertainment and access to bar and restaurant. The prices are subject to change by park management.

Subject to White Cross Bay Holiday Park rules:
Commercial vehicles, caravans or camper vans cannot be parked on the site.
Hen or stag parties are not permitted.

There is a Good Housekeeping Bond of £100 for this property.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Off-season
  • Christmas

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