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29th June 2017

Meadow's End Lodges

North of England » Cumbria » The Lake District » Cartmel
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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

Accommodation at Meadows End Lodges

Sleeps
2

Boreay Lodge

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

Sleeps
2

Ewe Lodge

Semi-detached deluxe lodge offering the perfect romantic retreat for couples. Master double bedroom with ensuite bathroom with separate shower and twin basins. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove in a stunning fully fitted kitchen. 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 bath and shower and one twin with ensuite shower. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Fully fitted 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 bedroom with ensuite bathroom with separate shower and twin basins. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove in a stunning fully fitted kitchen. 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. Open plan living area with log burner. Dining area and fully fitted kitchen. Bathroom with walk-in shower. No pets.

Sleeps
4

Radnor Lodge

Deluxe lodge designed with luxury in mind. One master double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bathroom. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Fully fitted 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. Open plan living area including a stunning fully fitted kitchen/dining area. Bath and shower.

Sleeps
4

Ryeland Lodge

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

Sleeps
2

Shaun Lodge

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

Sleeps
4

Teesdale Lodge

Deluxe lodge designed with luxury in mind. One master double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bathroom. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Fully fitted 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 direct access to secluded decking with outdoor hot tub and one twin, with ensuite shower. Bathroom. Open plan living space with full length windows and woodburning stove. Fully fitted kitchen. 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. Fully fitted 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

Carrie
Date of stay: 9th June 2017
Accommodation type: Lamb Lodge
Awesome place will be back.....bath sheets not bath towels would improve as far too small and not enough of them especially as we had a hot tub
Charles, Wickford
Date of stay: 5th June 2017
Accommodation type: Vendeen Lodge
The lodge itself was brilliant, really comfortable and spacious. Hot tub outside was great I purposed to my girlfriend the weekend we stayed and she said yes I would recommend this place 100% to anyone we will definitely be staying again
John, Nottingham
Date of stay: 26th May 2017
Accommodation type: Masham Lodge
2nd stay in the Masham Lodge at Meadows end and was perfect again. Loved the new wifi and sofas to add to the pleasure of the stay. We were really lucky this stay as was a heat wave and allowed use of the hot tub everyday to ease the days walking. See you again next year.
Lorraine, Stafford
Date of stay: 26th May 2017
Accommodation type: Ryeland Lodge
A bonus is being able to make an online asda delivery to site. You can give directions to driver by: enter site and take 2nd left to meadow end, continue up to lodges and the lodges are named on the sheep outside each lodge. It is probably worth going for a delivery time from 5pm though, allowing time for traffic or unloading.
Andrew, Wirral
Date of stay: 22nd May 2017
Accommodation type: Vendeen Lodge
Simply amazing, totally tranquil and an escape from the everyday hassles of life.
Simon, Thetford
Date of stay: 15th May 2017
Accommodation type: Masham Lodge
Perfect break lovely clean cabin, the staff very welcoming and made sure we were settled, lovely little village would highly recommend and will be visiting again .... only one teeny weeny fault the bed was rock solid
Aneliese, Crewe
Date of stay: 8th May 2017
Accommodation type: Boreay Lodge
Beautiful place. Stayed in Boreray Lodge. We had a lovely 3 night break. Wish we'd stayed longer. Cant wait to return. Only problem was the neighbours in the other half of the cabin were noisy. I would probably choose a cabin to ourselves next time.
Mark, Morpeth Northumberland
Date of stay: 28th April 2017
Accommodation type: Masham Lodge
One loss of point really minor I know but
There's so much room so why not a super king bed.
A clematis or two frowning over and through the privacy boards would have looked so much nicer.
Chopping knives were blunt but hey they are all really minor points
Tom, Mansfield
Date of stay: 24th April 2017
Accommodation type: Ewe Lodge
Lodge was beautiful and we loved the hot tub but had a few issues with flies and the wi fi was very inconsistent. Over all a great stay but had a few hiccups
Sf, Bolton
Date of stay: 24th April 2017
Accommodation type: Lamb Lodge
Great little lodge, very warm and cosy, ideal short break get-away.
Jow
Just amazing. Such a beautiful setting and great facilities! Hot tub was πŸ‘πŸ»
Charles
We had a great stay at our lodge. The little local towns are really nice. The on site staff are really helpful. Kevin helped me with a location to purpose to my girlfriend which was beautiful and she said yes 😁😁😁😁
Paula
Perfect lodge! Loved the hot tub and the quietness.
John
2nd stay in the Masham Lodge at Meadows end and was perfect again. Very quite and tucked away yet only a few minutes walk to the lovely Cartmell village with its lovely pubs. See you again next year.
Sharon
Enjoyed everything about our stay at meadows end. .Beautiful lodges, we stayed in Texel lodge for a week, loads of room with everything you need and great hot tub too..We were lucky to have good weather so went out every day.😎..Had a beautiful day to cruise on windermere and travel on the steam train. Also walked to cartmel village from the lodge to buy sticky toffee pudding a must have while you are there.😊..Kevin was very helpful on site..Got us up and running with wifi..would definitely recommend this site..☺
Sandra
Beautiful accommodation in a peaceful setting. The quality of furnishing was superb and the hot tub was excellent. It was a 15 minute walk along a quiet road into Cartmel.
Maurice
This was a lovely holiday. The lodge was of a very high standard. My only worry was the lack of mobile phone reception should an emergency have arisen. Although a Meadows End phone number was provided, if there is no signal, contact would not have been possible. A landline phone to make contact with the owner would be a very beneficial addition.
Simon
Perfect break lovely clean cabin, the staff very welcoming and made sure we were settled, lovely little village would highly recommend and will be visiting again .... only one teeny weeny fault the bed was rock solid
Alec
Had a dantastic stay at Ewe lodge. Very clean and comfortable and was equipped with everything that we needed. Would certainly stay here again.
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Fun Days Out near Meadows End Lodges

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.
Lakeland Wildlife Oasis - about 7 Miles
Located in the Milnthorpe area of Cumbria we love this local attraction.  With an eclectic mix of fascinating wildlife and hands on displays this centre is educational as well as fun.  You can wander around at leisure admiring the exhibits which range from chameleons to computers. Some of the most threatened species are kept at the park as part if international breeding programmes.  Check out their website for the latest opening times and admission costs which are great value for money.  There are discounts for pre-booked parties of 12 or more.
Happy Mount Park - about 8 Miles
Happy Mount Park has attractions for the whole family including several play areas, a miniature railway, crazy golf, putting green and trampolines, there is also a paddling pool where the little ones can splash around in the summer and a café where the adults can relax with a drink. During the summer months and especially during school holidays live music can often be enjoyed.
South Lakes Safari Zoo - about 9 Miles

This is an amazing Cumbria attraction well known locally as well as nationally for how close you can get to the animals.  Described as the most interactive animal park in Europe it's well worth a visit if you are staying in the area.  Open from April to end October some of the highlights are the tigers, penguins, bears, hippos and rhinos.  At 2pm during certain seasons it's feeding time so don't forget to plan your day around this so you can watch the animals enjoying their feed.  Look out for seasonal events such as Halloween Zoo Boo (free entry for kids in fancy dress) and The Magic of Christmas.