Brockwood Hall Lodges
Brockwood Hall Lodges are situated within Wicham Valley affording spectacular scenery and a peaceful woodland setting. The Lake District National Park is just a stones throw away offering an excellent range of outdoor pursuits including watersports, walking and climbing. The village of Millom is just a short walk away with a selection of shops and places to eat and drink.
We recommend Brockwood Hall Lodges to couples and families seeking a relaxing holiday base. The site is ideal for those who enjoy walking and is abundant with wildlife. Fishing is available onsite for a small charge. The indoor swimming pool is a recent addition to the site and one which proves very popular on rainy days.
Accommodation at Brockwood Hall is spacious and modern with a choice of two and three bedroom lodges available. Many of the lodges command stunning views of Blackcombe Mountain and the coast as well as the surrounding woodland.
Derwent Lodges sleep 4 and are traditional with two bedrooms. Windermere Lodges were recently refurbished and have fantastic open plan interiors and three bedrooms. Viken Lodges sleep 6-8 people and offer something very special with amazing views, contemporary décor and outside decking.
Top 5 Attractions near Brockwood Hall Lodges
||Silecroft – Relaxed coastal village for exploring (4 miles)
||Ulverston Street Market – Largest in South Lakeland (15 miles)
||Go Ape Grizedale – Tree top adventures (20 miles)
||Duckys Park Farm – Ideal for little kids and big kids! (23 miles)
||Lakeland Wildlife Oasis– Exotic walk on the wild side (35 miles)
- Indoor heated pool
- Wellness Spa with a full range of spa treatments
- Aqua aerobics
- Wi-Fi access
- Pesto Restaurant and bar
- Clara’s Restaurant with fine dining
- Children’s play gym
- Woodland walks
- Bistro/coffee shop
Additional charges may apply for some facilities
A selection of traditional two and three bedroom lodges set in a wooded hillside location, all with balcony or verandah.
- TV with Freeview/DVD
- Kitchen including microwave
- Fridge/freezer (except Derwent Lodge)
- Bath and shower
- Sauna (in Maple and Helvellyn lodges only)
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Balcony/verandah with garden furniture
- Double glazed
- Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- Pets welcome for free for 2016 bookings (max 2) (in specific Windermere lodges only), for 2015 bookings Pets £35pw each (max 2)
- All non smoking accommodation
Traditional lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Kitchen with breakfast bar and living area with doors leading out to verandah. No pets. (Outdoor hot tub available from April 1 2016).
Very comfortable lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower and separate shower room with sauna. Dishwasher. Open plan lounge/dining area leading onto terrace with outdoor hot tub. No pets. (Outdoor hot tub available from April 1 2016).
Helvellyn Lodge B
Very comfortable lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower and separate shower room with sauna. Dishwasher. Open plan lounge/dining area leading onto terrace. No pets.
Modern and cosy lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower and separate shower room. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with doors leading out to verandah with views across the valley.
Traditional lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower and separate sauna. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area leading onto verandah. No pets. (Outdoor hot tub available from April 1 2016).
Superb two storey lodge with spectacular views across the valley and out to sea. Ground floor: One double with ensuite shower and sauna. Two twins both with ensuite bath with overhead shower. Modern open plan kitchen/dining area with French doors leading out to decking. First floor: Spacious living area with pull down double bed. Dishwasher. No pets.
Spacious lodge with one king size double with ensuite shower and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with leather sofas leading onto balcony. Dishwasher. (Outdoor hot tub available from April 1 2016).
We love this day out in Cumbria where you're encouraged to "take a fresh look". Some of the amazing animals you will get to see include the only Canadian Lynx in the UK and you will have the opportunity to help their Lynx Conservation Project. The Asian Fishing Cat is also well worth a look - these cats are known for diving under the water and catching fish! Other activities include fantastic flying displays and play areas for the little ones...
This is an award winning Lake District attraction and they have been operating cruisers on Lake Ullswater for over 150 years. There is no better way to explore the lakes than on water and you could even combine a cruise with a spectacular walk. For great days out in this region then this attraction is highly recommended and will appeal to couples as well as families. Corporate groups are also well catered for.
This is a museum and art gallery in one and will suit those looking for an educational and cultural day out. You can explore the fantastic art collection including Fine Art, Decorative Art and Textiles. If you love nature then this aspect of Tullie House will appeal. The museum holds large and important collections of zoological, botanical and geological material. And for lovers of history there is plenty to wet your appetite here. Tullie House collects a wide range of historic materials including objects, ephemera (printed material), photographs and associated information files. We think this museum and art gallery are excellent value for money as well.
Here at the Wildlife Oasis you can really get up close to the animals and experience a mix of exotic wildlife and hand son displays. See butterflies, birds and even bats flying around. You don't have to plan your visit according to weather either with the tropical hall and butterfly house undercover. Sunny days are ideal for some of the inhabitants however with the monkeys and Lemurs loving to sunbathe. The mission of Lakeland's Wildlife Oasis is to engender and foster an interest and appreciation of the natural world which, in our belief underpins wildlife conservation; and, where possible to contribute and encourage contribution to the conservation of wildlife and wild places. You know that you are helping with this mission if you choose to visit.
Brockwood Hall Lodges Reviews
Karen, South Shields
Would and have recommend brockwood hall to people
updated to a high standard. a couple of hiccups but really really nice lodge.
Very comfortable lodge, lovely furniture and spacious.
Date of stay: 28th September 2015
Accommodation type: Maple Lodge
The Hot Tub was the best.
Natalie, Stoke On Trent
A great place
Date of stay: 11th September 2015
Accommodation type: Viken Lodge
All good quality. Appreciated safety gate at top of stairs. We had a three year old and eleven month old baby with us. The lodge felt private and peaceful with lovely views.
Date of stay: 13th July 2015
Accommodation type: Maple Lodge
lovely lodge just slightly darker than other lodges we have stayed in and no sunny veranda to sit on unlike some of the other lodges there however we sa on the sun loungers in the grassy area that it overlooked so not too much of a problem
We were then showed to the lodge. The lodge itself was a good size for 2, any more than 4 it will feel cramped. The hot tub is excellent and one of the main attractions for me considering this was the only lodge to have a hot tub. Make sure you turn it on way in advance on the first day. The sauna heats up very quickly however there was no amount of ice available to get a proper steam going. Lodge was very clean and well kept too. I think the only down side I saw was the living room looked really dated compared to the rest, also one of the toilet flushes was broke but that didn't matter too much.
We got the lodge at a deal price which was reasonable, however I think the usual asking price is a bit too much for this lodge, split the cost then it's well worth it.
The lodge was clean and tidy.
A wonderful site in a superb area.
We had a lovely holiday, very peaceful and we would happily go back.
Beautiful location and surroundings.
The staff were lovely, friendly and more than helpful. The park is quiet and perfectly located for accessing the Lake District, and the relatively short distance to Barrow.
This is a great site and area, staff were very helpfull. 10/10 to the chef and his roast dinners! We stayed in Maple (pine lodge) which had everything you need, even a hairdryer! You are rather secluded here which suited us. Areas such as Windermere and the beautiful Ullswater are only a drive away. Would certainly come back again early April/May and hope to walk up Scarfell Pike as the weather stopped us this time :( Sarah & Geoff.