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Avon Wood

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This small quiet park offers you the perfect setting for a peaceful and secluded holiday.
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Bassenthwaite Lakeside Lodges is part of our Wanderwood Lodge Holidays Collection, nestling on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake at the foot of dramatic Skiddaw Mountain.
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Blaithwaite Estate is a new edition to our specialist Wanderwood collection, based on a private estate of 250 acres within the heart of Cumbria and just a short distance to the Lake District National Park.
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Allithwaite has a great local pub serving good food and local ales which is located just 150 yards from the entrance to the park. It also has a small village shop and post office.
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Calthwaite Hall is uniquely set on the footprint of the barns used for a historic dairy farm and accompanying country house and gardens, this truly magical setting mixes historic country living with contemporary sophistication.
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Crake Valley

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Crake Valley is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, enjoying a beautiful, elevated setting above Coniston Water and commanding views of the Old Man of Coniston and the lush surrounding fells.
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Situated in Cheshire’s largest area of woodland, Delamere Lake Sailing and Holiday Park is a natural haven of tranquillity and wildlife set around a 120-acre lake in the midst of the Cheshire Plain and moments from the renowned Delamere Forest.
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Nestled at the foot of the beautiful Dovestone Reservoir, Dovestone Holiday Park borders the Peak District National Park and is just 3 miles from the Pennine Way, offering that quintessential relaxing break.
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Situated in the lovely setting of Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria, Fallbarrow Holiday Park offers a unique blend of tranquility and activity, making it an ideal destination for those looking to explore the Lake District.
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Fell End is a stunning, award-winning park that is located in an Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty in the southern Lake District.
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Set in beautifully landscaped grounds and surrounded by peaceful countryside, this park offers a haven of rural tranquility just two miles from historic Chester.
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Flusco Wood

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Flusco Wood is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, nestling in beautiful woodland just 4½ miles from magnificent Ullswater.
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Hall More

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For those wishing to escape from it all and enjoy a quiet and peaceful break, then Hall More is the perfect location.
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The park is located in Bassenthwaite, Keswick, which is a small Lakeland village that has been voted the most peaceful place in the UK for staycations.
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Hillcroft Park is set in the beautiful Ullswater Valley in the Lake District National Park, sitting above the pretty lakeside village of Pooley Bridge and Lake Ullswater, a 5-minute walk from the park.
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North West England Visitor's Guide

Unlock the vibrant heart of North West England, where the blend of rich industrial heritage and natural beauty is unparalleled. This region is renowned for its bustling cities like Manchester, known for its influential music scene and Liverpool, with its unmistakable Beatles legacy. Yet, it's not just the urban vibe that captivates; the Lake District's breathtaking landscapes offer a serene escape. Foodies will revel in the diverse culinary scene, from hearty pub grub to sophisticated dining experiences. Whether seeking a cosy retreat for two, a fun-packed family holiday, or a memorable escape with mates, opting for a lodge or cabin stay in the North West promises an unforgettable experience.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in North West England?

North West England, a region steeped in industrial heritage and lush landscapes, is gearing up for an exciting 2024. If you're on the hunt for something fresh, check out the newly opened Lancashire Steam Experience, a journey through time powered by steam and innovation, earning a solid 4.5 on TripAdvisor. For festival-goers, the Lake District Folk & Blues Festival in August promises an unforgettable experience with local and international acts.

Choosing a lodge over a hotel in this region isn’t just about having a place to stay; it’s about immersing yourself in the tranquillity of the countryside or the charm of coastal towns. Lodges offer privacy, space, and a connection to nature that hotels simply can't match. Plus, with the unique blend of natural beauty, historical sites, and vibrant towns like Liverpool and Manchester, North West England presents an unmatched variety of experiences.

If you're visiting North West England with kids

Absolutely, North West England is a playground for the young and the young at heart. Key attractions include Blackpool Pleasure Beach (FY4 1EZ) for thrill-seekers and The World of Beatrix Potter (LA23 3BX) in the Lake District, bringing beloved stories to life.

Opting for a lodge break with kids means more space for them to play and a homely base to return to after a day of adventures. Lodges often come with outdoor areas, perfect for those early mornings or late evenings when kids still have energy to burn.

  1. Waterproof clothing and wellies for unpredictable weather.
  2. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days out.
  3. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring.
  4. Favourite toys or games for quiet evenings in.
  5. A camera or binoculars for wildlife spotting.

Taking your Pet?

North West England is a haven for pet lovers, with an abundance of trails, parks, and pet-friendly venues. Pubs like The Watermill Inn & Brewery (LA8 9JF) in Windermere welcome pets with open arms, offering a cosy spot for you and your furry friend.

When visiting with dogs, look for lodges that offer enclosed gardens for peace of mind. Also, remember to bring your pet's bed or blanket to make them feel at home. It’s these little comforts that can make your lodge break extra special for your pet.

Dog walking ideas in North West England

RouteDistance (miles)SceneryPostcode
Grizedale Forest8WoodlandLA22 0QJ
Formby Beach3CoastalL37 1LJ
Delamere Forest5Lake & ForestCW8 2JD
Tarn Hows2Lake & HillsLA22 0PP
Rivington Pike4Woodland & ViewsBL6 7SB

Each of these locations offers a unique experience, from the serene shores of Formby Beach to the enchanting trails of Grizedale Forest. Whether your pet loves to splash around, run freely in the woods, or enjoy a leisurely stroll by the lake, North West England has it all.

Popular Counties within North West England

Cheshire

Cheshire

Cheshire is a county bursting with character and charm. Home to the historic city of Chester, known for its Roman walls and medieval buildings, it's a haven for those who love to merge sightseeing with shopping. Families can't get enough of Chester Zoo, one of the UK's largest zoos. For thrill-seekers, Gulliver’s World in Warrington offers rides and attractions for younger children. Don’t miss out on trying the famous Cheshire cheese, a regional specialty. Lodges in Cheshire often embrace the rural setting, offering a cosy retreat with modern amenities. The county is also known for hosting the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park.

Cumbria

Cumbria

Cumbria, largely encompassing the Lake District National Park, is the UK's adventure playground. It's the go-to spot for hiking, boating, and soaking in breathtaking landscapes. Windermere and Ullswater lakes are perfect for a peaceful boat ride or trying water sports. The World of Beatrix Potter in Bowness-on-Windermere brings beloved characters to life, great for families. Foodies should dive into the local lamb dishes, a testament to the region's rich farming heritage. Lodges in Cumbria typically offer stunning views and proximity to walking trails. Don't miss the Keswick Mountain Festival for outdoor activities and live music.

Peak District

Peak District

Straddling the North West and the East Midlands, the Peak District is famed for its stunning landscapes and outdoor activities. Ideal for couples seeking romantic walks or families looking for cycling trails. Explore historic sites like Chatsworth House or take on the challenge of hiking Kinder Scout. The area is known for its Bakewell Pudding – don’t leave without trying one! Lodges here blend rustic charm with luxury, often featuring hot tubs with views over the valleys. The annual Buxton Festival brings a mix of opera, literary talks, and family events to the region.

Lake District

Lake District

The Lake District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a jewel in the UK's crown. It's the place for serene lake cruises, challenging mountain hikes, and lazy afternoons in quaint cafes. Grasmere is famous for its gingerbread, while Ambleside offers a variety of local craft shops. For something more exhilarating, try rock climbing or ghyll scrambling. Lodges in the Lake District range from luxury spa retreats to family-friendly cabins, all ensuring a memorable stay amidst nature. The Keswick to Barrow walk is a community event that challenges participants to a 40-mile trek for charity.

Keswick

Keswick

Keswick is the adventure heartland of the Lake District, offering endless outdoor activities from kayaking on Derwentwater to climbing Skiddaw mountain. It's also a cultural hotspot with the Theatre by the Lake providing year-round performances. The Keswick Market is a must-visit for local produce and crafts. For a unique dining experience, try the locally sourced dishes at The Pheasant Inn. Lodges in Keswick often come with breathtaking lake or mountain views, perfect for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle. The annual Keswick Film Festival is a treat for movie buffs, showcasing international and independent films.

These counties in North West England offer a mix of adventure, culture, and relaxation that caters to all types of travellers. Whether you're exploring the rugged landscapes of the Lake District or delving into the rich history of Cheshire, there's always something new to discover.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cozy retreat surrounded by nature. Lodges in North West England often come with modern amenities like hot tubs, Wi-Fi, and fully equipped kitchens. It’s a blend of home comfort and the great outdoors. Perfect for unwinding and exploring nearby attractions.

What should I pack when visiting North West England?

Pack layers, as the weather can be unpredictable. Don’t forget your walking boots for the trails and a waterproof jacket. For your lodge, bring some essentials like tea, coffee, and your favourite snacks. Most lodges supply basic toiletries, but it’s always good to bring your own, just in case.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Yes, most lodges offer parking spaces right outside or very close to your accommodation. It makes unloading your car a breeze, especially if you’re bringing a lot of gear for outdoor adventures or if you’re stocked up on food and drink for your stay.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

No worries! Lodges are equipped for cozy days in, with many offering board games, books, and smart TVs. Plus, the hot tub experience is arguably better in the rain. For days out, The World of Beatrix Potter or Lakeland Motor Museum are great rainproof options.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely. Many lodges are within delivery range of local restaurants and supermarkets. Apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo often cover these areas, but it’s also worth checking out local services for a more unique selection. Some lodges even offer their own meal delivery from an on-site restaurant.

Is North West England a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely. The crowds are smaller, and the landscapes are just as beautiful. Plus, many lodges offer cozy log fires or wood burners, making it the perfect excuse to snuggle up after a day exploring. Off-season prices can be more wallet-friendly too.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, your hot tub will be sparkling clean. Lodges pride themselves on their cleanliness, and hot tubs are emptied, cleaned, and refilled between guests. They also check the water quality regularly throughout your stay to ensure it’s safe and comfortable to use.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges available?

You bet. North West England is a paradise for pets, with countless trails and parks to explore. Many lodges welcome furry friends, often with a small additional charge. Just make sure to check the pet policy when you book.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don’t miss out on Lake Windermere for stunning views and boat trips. For a bit of culture, Blackpool Tower and the vibrant Liverpool waterfront are must-visits. Adventure seekers should head to Go Ape Grizedale for treetop fun.

Is Wi-Fi available in the lodges?

Yes, most lodges come with free Wi-Fi, so you can stay connected. It’s usually fast enough for streaming movies or working remotely, but remember, you’re in the countryside, so there might be the odd spot where the connection dips.