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17th January 2018

Meadow's End Lodges

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Perfectly situated for exploring the delights of the Lake District, Meadow’s End Lodges is a truly tranquil holiday location, perfect for couples who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The contemporary lodges are set in peaceful meadowland, where walking, cruising on Lake Windermere or relaxing in your own private hot tub is the order of the day.

This gorgeous location holds a David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation - and within easy reach of Meadow’s End Lodges, you’ll find golfing, watersports and adventure days. Eaves Wood in Silverdale is perfect for cycling and walking – and you can try the Dow Crag & Coniston Walk which starts with a cruise on Coniston Water and usually takes around seven hours to complete.

All the luxury lodges at Meadow’s End have their own private hot tub on secluded private decking. We love Boreray Lodge – it’s the perfect romantic retreat. The spacious double bedroom has direct access out to the hot tub and we think you’ll love the contemporary interior design. It even has a well stocked wood burning stove to keep you cosy on those chilly evenings.

The Lake District is a beautiful part of the country It has breathtaking views and there is so much to see and do – from sailing, canoeing and water-skiing at Carnforth to taster courses in paragliding at Penrith! Arnside and Silverdale are beautiful villages with an abundance of wildlife and Ambleside is a great base for a number of scenic walks. There is an excellent choice of pubs and restaurants too.

Our Top Tip
"The 15th century New Inn at Carnforth has a great selection of locally brewed ales and a varied food menu."
Accommodation features
  • A stunning selection of outstanding, luxurious lodges, each with stylish design elements and contemporary touches.
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD/CD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
  • Washing machine (except Ryeland Lodge)
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Verandah with garden furniture
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Pets £50 each per week or short break (max 2)
  • (in Romney, Ryeland and Teesdale Lodge only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

Details and Offers

Pamper pack for couples –
Champagne, fresh flowers and chocolates – £90 per pack
(must be ordered and paid for prior to arrival).

Accommodation at Meadows End Lodges

Sleeps
2

Boreray Lodge

Semi-detached deluxe lodge offering the perfect romantic retreat. Spacious master double with ensuite shower and direct access to secluded decking with outdoor hot tub. Open plan living area with woodburning stove. No pets.

Sleeps
2

Ewe Lodge

Semi-detached deluxe lodge offering the perfect romantic retreat for couples. Master double with ensuite bathroom with bath, separate shower and twin basins. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Doors leading to decking area with outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Sleeps
4

Herdwick Lodge

Deluxe lodge designed with luxury in mind. One master double with ensuite bathroom with large bath with overhead shower and one twin with ensuite shower. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Door from kitchen leading to the rear of the lodge with outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Sleeps
2

Lamb Lodge

Semi-detached deluxe lodge offering the perfect romantic retreat for couples. Master double with ensuite bathroom with bath, separate shower and twin basins. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Doors leading to decking area with outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Sleeps
2

Masham Lodge

Outstanding lodge offering the perfect romantic retreat. Spacious master double, with access to secluded decking and outdoor hot tub. Bathroom with walk-in shower. Open plan living area with log burner. No pets.

Sleeps
4

Radnor Lodge

Deluxe lodge designed with luxury in mind. One master double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Door from kitchen leading to the rear of the lodge with outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Sleeps
2

Romney Lodge

Outstanding lodge offering the perfect romantic retreat. Spacious master bedroom with direct access to secluded decking with water feature and outdoor hot tub. Bathroom with bath and separate shower. Open plan living area. including a stunning fully fitted kitchen/dining area.

Sleeps
4

Ryeland Lodge

New in 2016. Deluxe lodge with one master double with flat screen TV and ensuite shower and one twin. Bathroom. Open plan living/dining area with full length windows and woodburning stove. Verandah with outdoor hot tub.

Sleeps
2

Shaun Lodge

Semi-detached deluxe lodge offering the perfect romantic retreat. Spacious master double with ensuite shower and direct access to secluded decking with outdoor hot tub. Open plan living area with woodburning stove. No pets.

Sleeps
4

Teesdale Lodge

Deluxe lodge designed with luxury in mind. One master double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Door from kitchen leading to the rear of the lodge with outdoor hot tub.

Sleeps
4

Texel Lodge

Deluxe lodge designed with luxury in mind. One master double with ensuite walk in shower and direct access to secluded decking with outdoor hot tub and one twin, with ensuite walk in shower. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. No pets.

Sleeps
4

Vendeen Lodge

Subtly decadent lodge designed to exacting, luxury standards. One master double with ensuite shower and one twin with ensuite wet room. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Door from kitchen leading to the rear of the lodge with outdoor hot tub. Suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking. No pets.

Meadows End Lodges Reviews

Julie, Wirral
Date of stay: 18th December 2017
Accommodation type: Herdwick Lodge
Relaxing holiday break in a great lodge in a great area
Andrew, Birkenhead
Date of stay: 18th December 2017
Accommodation type: Lamb Lodge
Could do with some where to hang coats.
Leigh-anne
Date of stay: 8th December 2017
Accommodation type: Boreray Lodge
Lodge was lovely! A little cold in the living area, could do with a blanket for the winter months although we just used the quilt. Decking was a little slippy aswell but with the weather was to be expected
Doreen, Hull
Date of stay: 4th December 2017
Accommodation type: Ryeland Lodge
Roland lodge would be my future choice
Michelle, Thornton-cleverleys
Date of stay: 1st December 2017
Accommodation type: Vendeen Lodge
we have had a lot of holidays and I would say for relaxing this was up there as one of our best everyone we meet was friendly and helpful x
Shirley, Blackburn
Date of stay: 27th November 2017
Accommodation type: Radnor Lodge
Fantastic time
Catherine, York
Date of stay: 27th November 2017
Accommodation type: Vendeen Lodge
Lovely cabin but just a couple of niggles. The Vendeen lodge is a disabled lodge but the rug in the lounge is a tripping hazard.

There is a lack of shelving in the bathroom to put your toiletries on, only the floor which gets wet as it is a wet room.
Kayleigh, Greenock
Date of stay: 20th November 2017
Accommodation type: Romney Lodge
Brilliant!! But would recommend either a recliner or a foot stool with the couch :)
Peter, Bolton
Date of stay: 13th November 2017
Accommodation type: Teesdale Lodge
We had a fabulous birthday weekend break. Lodge was in excellent condition and well provided for. Very private hot tub was great which we sat in each evening till late - best night was a very clear and frosty November night when we sat watching the shooting stars overhead. Log burner was really nice. It was easy to walk into Cartmel. As soon as we got home we started looking at prices to re-book next year - enough said
Hannah, Nottingham
Date of stay: 10th November 2017
Accommodation type: Ryeland Lodge
We had the best stay- the lodge is beautiful and spacious and the photos don't do it justice. Everything was clean and well maintained, including the hot tub and the log burner; which make this lodge a must! The sticky toffee pudding and milk in the fridge were also very much appreciated.

The park was peaceful and quiet, which is exactly as we'd hope (especially given we went in November)

We would absolutely love to come back for what was a wonderful holiday.

Cartmel is a pretty village with a few shops & pubs. We also enjoyed Bowness (about 20 mins drive) which wasn't too busy in November but has a great choice of restaurants and shops.
Andrew
Had to turn on all the radiators in the lodge when arrived as they where off, lodge was really cold but soon warmed up when radiators where turned on.
Julie
The lodge and it’s surroundings were perfect. The lodge was well equipped and had everything we needed. It was lovely and warm and cosy and we didn’t really need to light the log burner but we did because it added to the ambience. The hot tub was superb and had plenty of use despite the cold weather ! Cartmel is a short walk along the road and well worth it for the famous puddings and great range of tea rooms and places to eat. Would definitely recommend
Hannah
We had a lovely break. We didn’t receive our welcome text with the code to the door to retrieve our key however a gentlemen on the site opened it for us. We did arrive slightly early about 30 mins and was told we weren’t allowed to enter the site and had to come back at 4 which was slightly annoying as 4pm was a late check in and we’d travelled quite a way. Other than that the accommodation was lovely. We didn’t mange to fine the thermostat for the heating though.
David
did not see any staff but would definitely go again
Helen
Had an amazing break didn’t want it to end. Amazing location and extremely friendly and helpful staff. Will definitely return.
Katisha
The lodge was lovely& I will definitely be going back, looks just like the photos online. The hot tub was amazing and the log fire was a nice little touch to it made it lovely and cosy.
Kelly
Fabulous lodge lovely little town few seconds drive and some lovely places to visit.
Linsey
Lovely place, I did have a concern about the window blind cords, I don't think they meet safety regulations for children as they are hanging loose and could be dangerous.
Doreen
Perfect location lovely village choice of great pubs with nice atmosphere village shop home of sticky toffee pudding a must take some double cream because the complimentary one in the fridge is just the beginning of pudding heaven lol 5 mins in car hot tub great fun
Daniel
Excellent really enjoyed it and will definitely be going back if possible
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