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Lodges in North of England

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Lodges in North of England Guide

Known primarily as the gateway to the Lake District, Cumbria is a beautiful rural region and frequently considered one of the most idyllic counties in the UK, thanks to the sheer landscapes and stunning lakes that compose this UNESCO World Heritage Site - the only park in the country to be awarded this status.

Located in the north-west of England, Cumbria runs along the Scottish border, making it an important, ancient county with plenty of heritage and history to share. With mountains and lakes in the heart of the county, there’s a plethora of activities for visitors to enjoy.

Living the lake life

Windermere is the largest lake in England, meaning plenty of activities including sailing, kayaking, and paddle boarding. The neighbouring town of Keswick is a great spot to be based and is particularly favoured by outdoor adventurers, thanks to its bustling centre and proximity to all the major lakes. Visitors can explore the mountains, fells, valleys, dales, and lakes of the surrounding area and indulge in plenty of countryside and lakeside rambles with unspoilt views. Lake cruises and ferries are a great way to absorb the breathtaking views – perhaps even over dinner and some fine wine. Another option is simply to trek, take in the lakes from the air via helicopter, or even take in the scenery on horseback.

Top activities

For those enthusiastic to explore beyond Cumbria’s lakes, there’s plenty more to see and do. Thrill-seekers are spoilt for choice, with activities from abseiling to archery, to kayaking, fishing, boating, watersports, and paddleboarding all available around the lakes and beyond. The adorable towns of Grasmere, Kendal, and Cockermouth are well worth exploring with their independent shops, bars, and cafes, and are perfect picnic spots with a view. History buffs will enjoy discovering ancient remains from the Roman Empire, along with a scattering of abbeys and priories, ancient churches, castles, stone circles, and pele towers. The industrial and mining heritage of the north is also particularly interesting to discover the background of the fascinating county of Cumbria.

For Families

Families with kids will love the authentic steam trains and railway rides through the beautiful countryside, and there’s a great selection of entertainment in the county. The Beatrix Potter museum brings all those childhood fairytale moments to life, and Wordsworth fans will enjoy learning all about the origins of the Romantic poet’s finest works. There are some wonderful stately homes and gardens to admire, as well as many more art galleries, theatres, and cinemas for a spot of evening entertainment for all the family.

Grab a bite

Cumbria boasts a range of award-winning restaurants, from fine dining to gastro pubs and cafes. Unsurprisingly, given the rural environment and the foraging on offer, produce is excellent and these ingredients are crafted to produce delicious meals. Be sure to sample the local beer which uses purified water from the lakes, as well as the scrumptious lakeside bred lamb and beef – of course, Kendal mint cake and Grasmere gingerbread can’t be missed either. The nearby towns offer an excellent selection of breweries, farmers markets, and distilleries to try for excellent local craft.

Lodge holidays in Cumbria

Whether a lakeside lodge or a luxury cabin with a hot tub is more your thing (or perhaps both!), there’s a stunning selection in Cumbria. Head to Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat for a romantic break with your other half – you’ll love admiring the beautiful mountain and lakeside views from the comfort of your hot tub. White Cross Bay lodges are equally as beautiful, with over sixty acres of woodlands to explore, that offers some excellent attractions for all the family to try their hand at, from fishing to climbing, to sailing.lk 

Cumbria is a beautiful part of the UK and a popular choice for self catering holidays. Lodges in Cumbria are varied and there are a number of parks to choose from depending on your requirements. Pound Farm Lodges near Lake Windermere are a nice choice with comfortable lodges sleeping 4 or 5 and located within mature grounds. Avon Wood Lodges at Newby Bridge are popular  and offer the perfect location within natural woodland which leads to the shores of Lake Windermere. The views and scenery in this region are simply stunning and if you choose to go on a lodge holiday in Cumbria you will be able to take advantage of the natural beauty and surroundings.