South Lakeland Lodges
A collection of superb lodges sitting on the South Lakeland Leisure Village, the South Lakeland Lodges provide a homely spot from which to explore Lancashire and beyond. Sitting on the border of the Southern Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, there's plenty of scenic excitement on its doorstep. Each holiday cottage offers its own contemporary-style, with open-plan living spaces making them wonderful for a relaxing evening indoors when you're not out exploring. Some of the cottages even benefit from their own hot tub, so you can spend your time relaxing in true luxury, or be sure to make the most of the facilities on-site, including an indoor swimming pool, gym, steam room and beauty spa, all perfect for a truly relaxing retreat. The area is also offers opportunities for golfing and fishing, making a great day out for quality time with your loved ones, or simply kick back and relax in the on-site restaurant, serving delicious food and a good choice of beverages, making the perfect way to celebrate your escape. Pack up a picnic and take a stroll around the scenic lake before heading out to discover nearby Carnforth where you can find a wider selection of amenities and eateries to choose from, as well as the Carnforth Station Heritage Centre, making a great trip for the keen train spotter. Morecambe Bay is well-worth a visit for beautiful, sandy beaches, where you can take a leisurely stroll along the promenade before stopping off in the West End Gardens. Slightly further afield you can reach Kendal, a bustling market town home to an array of cultural and historic wonders including the Quaker Tapestry Museum, the Kendal War Museum, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal Castle and much more to keep all ages and tastes entertained. The South Lakeland Lodges are the perfect holiday abodes from which to discover the coast and countryside of Lancashire.
Warton 1.3 miles.
Windsmeet Luxury Lodge is a single-story lodge located on South Lakeland Leisure Village, just outside the village of Warton in Cumbria.
This lovely two-bedroom property is ideal for both families and friends, with a wraparound balcony for outdoor dining and views of the tranquil lake.
The lodge has two off-road parking places where you may store your car before entering the bright and open home through bi-fold doors.
On your right, you'll discover a utility room where you may take off your hiking boots and wash your muddy hiking gear in the washing machine.
There's a spotless white kitchen with everything you'll need for a self-catering stay, including an electric oven, gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, and a wine cooler to keep your favourite beverage chilled.
Enjoy home-cooked meals at the dining table or, if the weather permits, dine on the sundeck while soaking up the rays.
Retire inside as the evening draws to a close and relax with a hot cocoa on the sofa while enjoying the flame effect fire and the smart TV plays a movie.
After a fun-filled day, wash off in the modern shower area or have a long hot soak in the elegant free-standing bath, before retiring into bed, ready for the next day. Choose between two bedrooms, one with a king-size bed, Smart TV, and convenient vanity area, and en-suite bathroom, and the other with a zip/link twin bed, perfect for the kids.
Waters Edge Restaurant is a short walk away, and there is a marina where you can relax and take in the sights. Visit the RSPB Leighton Moss, Gait Barrows National Nature Reserve, and Trowbarrow Quarry in the unspoiled community of Arnside, which is home to a plethora of wildlife and beautiful beaches.
There are also numerous stores, pubs, and restaurants in town, giving it an ideal location from which to enjoy Cumbria's natural beauty.
From the doorstep of the lodge, a plethora of walking paths await you; make your way through the varying terrains of the stunning Lake District.
The keen anglers in your party will delight at the fishing opportunities on site, as well as the option to take to the large lake on board of a sailing boat.
If you can tear yourself away, the town of Carnforth is just a short drive away, where you can marvel at the breathtaking landscapes at Warton Crag Local Reserve or let the kids blow off some steam in the lush Nether Kellet Playground, before tucking into a freshly prepared picnic.
The unspoilt market town of Kirkby Lonsdale is also within easy reach and boasts wonderfully characterful shops, pubs and eateries, along with the historic Devil's Bridge and the beautiful scenery which you can get a full view of from Ruskin's View!
Be sure to visit Pine Lake if you want to try your hand at watersports during your visit; choose from water skiing, kayaking and canoeing, or just enjoy a day with the inflatable water toys - fun for all the family.
Choose Windsmeet Luxury Lodge for a relaxing getaway in the Lakes.
About the location
Capernwray 2.4 miles; Lake District 20 miles
Located just off the M6 and 20 miles south of the scenic Lake District, Carnforth is the sort of place that everyone has heard of, and many desire to discover this hidden gem. Situated at the north end of Morecambe Bay, north of the historic town of Lancaster, 15 miles from the winding lanes of the Yorkshire Dales and a hop and a skip from the Lake District, it is close to absolutely everywhere! Other local attractions include Greenlands Farm Village for crafts, local produce, a play area, café and a garden centre. The lovely area just north of Carnforth has tidal sands bordering the huge expanse of Morecambe Bay. It offers plenty of pleasant walks and opportunity to see local birds and wildlife in this fabulous area of Lancashire. Don't forget to visit the lovely old market town of Kirkby Lonsdale.