Lake District Lodges 

 Lodges in the Lake District National Park!


"Let nature be your teacher" wrote William Wordsworth, undoubtedly the most celebrated of all Lakeland residents, past and present. For Wordsworth, nature, whose handiwork in the Lake District is more dramatic than in perhaps any other corner of England, was indeed the ultimate teacher - and muse, providing inspiration for his nourishing his soul with ceaseless wonder. So it is for countless others in our day. People cant help falling in love with the Lake District.

 

There is no better way to enjoy the Lake District than in a traditional Lakeland Lodge which is why we have used this website to put together a collection of our favourite Lake District lodges for you to browse. Select the type of lodge you are looking for by using the menu down the left hand side then get in touch directly with the Lake District lodge owner & save money by booking direct with them!

 

 

Where does this magical domain begin and end? It lies entirely within Cumbria, covering parts of the old countries of Cumberland and Westmorland and a former enclave of Lancashire. The heartland is easy enough to identify: the scattering of  fifteen or sixteen main lakes, together with their sentinel mountains and satellite tarns. But the periphery is not so easy to establish. The Lake District National Park, with its boundaries tracing a badly drawn circle thirty-five to forty miles across, is on thing, the Lake District itself is arguably another. Tourist Boards and guide books usually make a more generous allocation of territory. They tend to include the gateway towns of Kendal, Cockermouth and Penrith; additional stretches of the West coast including the old ports of Whitehaven and Workington; and much of the Morecombe Bay or "Lake district Peninsulas" region, such as Grange-over-Sands an even Barrow-in-Furnness.