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29th June 2017

Redwell Lakes Lodges

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Redwell Lakes Lodges will appeal to anyone looking for a tranquil and relaxing holiday.  The setting is fabulous - in a private valley - and surrounded by green countryside.  The lodges themselves provide a lovely base exploring this area of Lancashire, and after a busy day exploring you can return to relax in your own private hot tub!

Activities at this park include fishing with access to tranquil fishing lakes, and there is also rambling and cycling on the doorstep.  The historic town of Lancaster is near Redwell Lakes Lodges and makes a great day out.

The lodges themselves have open plan living and lake views, not forgetting the private outdoor hot tubs.  We love the Mallard Lodge which has two bedrooms and a family bathroom.  The open plan living area in this lodge is spacious and there is a cosy lounge area too.  The outdoor decking and lake views mean you can make the most of the gorgeous surroundings.

Fantastic days out await in this area including White Scar Cave in Ingleton just 10 miles from the lodges.  This is the longest show cave in Britain with steams and waterfalls galore.

Our Top Tip
"Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre and Hawk Experience in Settle is less than 15 miles from Redwell Lakes Lodges and well worth a visit to see beautiful birds of prey and fantastic flying demonstrations."
Accommodation features
  • An exclusive collection of brand new luxury lodges and lodge style holiday homes in a secluded lakeside setting Outdoor hot tub
  • TV
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Bath with overhead shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • No pets
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Redwell Lakes Lodges

Sleeps
2

Mallard

New in 2015. Luxury lodge, perfect for families and couples, with one master double with ensuite shower and one twin. Family bathroom. Spacious open plan living space including modern kitchen/dining area and stylish, cosy lounge. Patio doors open to spacious decking with outdoor hot tub. Lake views.

Sleeps
2

Moorhen

New in 2015. Stylish lodge style holiday home. One master double with walk in wardrobe and one twin. Family bathroom. Open plan living/kitchen area with doors leading to decking with outdoor hot tub. Lake views.

Redwell Lakes Lodges Reviews

Stephen, Chester
Date of stay: 5th June 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Really nice lodges. Clean and well kept. All the things you need for a break in there.
Colin, Manchester
Date of stay: 26th May 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Very clean, modern and spacious.
Myra, Saltcoats
Date of stay: 26th May 2017
Accommodation type: Mallard
As detailed above
Mary, Salford
Date of stay: 19th May 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
The lodge was spotless and equipped to a very high specification. It benefitted from a welcome pack of tea, filter coffee, milk, sugar and chocolates (a nice touch) plus cleaning products including dishwasher tablets. The lodge was light and airy with an excellent unobstructed view of the lake from both the living room and decking. Positioned between the two other lodges on site, we didn't feel overlooked and the large hot tub was nicely situated towards the rear of the property offering a good level of privacy. The only minor niggle was that on occasions we did seem to run out of crockery (small plates), however, we were cooking every night at the lodge.
Wanda, Todmorden
Date of stay: 5th May 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Absolutely fantastic stay.
Dean
Date of stay: 1st May 2017
Accommodation type: Mallard
Quality at a very competitive price!
Stephanie, Walsall
Date of stay: 28th April 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Fantastic location and lodge was lovely. We stayed in Moorhen and everything we needed was there waiting for us including tea and coffee after our long journey. The hotel tub was amazing and we went each evening. The owners check the hot tubs twice a day and unlike other places we have stayed they are emptied between each guest and cleaned out.
Only thing I would say is that we had to put the travel cot up in the lounge as it was the only place it would fit which meant that we couldn't watch TV on the evening so maybe a TV in the master bedroom would be helpful.
We will return for another visit.
Philip
Date of stay: 24th April 2017
Accommodation type: Mallard
A very clean and well presented lodge
Kieran, Nottingham
Date of stay: 17th March 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Brilliant cabin very comfy and very relaxing. The hot
Tub is amazing.
Sarah, Farnhill Nr Skipton
Date of stay: 27th December 2016
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Fantastic - am missing it already!
Colin
The holiday was just what we wanted, very peaceful and relaxing.
Mary
Situated in a quiet location, yet only minutes from the M6 motorway this proved to be an ideal location for exploring the surrounding area, both Lancaster and Kendal being a short drive away. The site is very quiet, with only three lodges, a tranquil fishing lake and an adjoining camp site, which was ideal for a peaceful and relaxing break. On arrival, we were welcomed by Ken, who showed us to the lodge and explained how everything worked e.g. central heating, cooker and hot tub. The hot tub was checked twice daily and was a great place to unwind each evening. We spent a thoroughly enjoyable four night stay in May and would not hesitate in recommending to others looking for a very quiet location. We would definitely consider returning.
J
Brilliant place near to many excellent places to visit. The fishing was great for my husband and I enjoyed touring round visiting local villages and towns. The owners Ken and his daughter are very friendly and go out of there way to make sure you have all you need. Lodge is spotless and well kitted out for a self catering holiday. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting a peaceful holiday with lots of local places to visit.
Tracey
Had an amazing, relaxing time. Everything we needed was in the lodge and it was so comfortable.
Robyn
Myself and my partner stayed here for a long weekend, the area and the complex its self is beautiful! we were wowed by the lodge when we showed up. a well equipped and modern lodge that was everything that we could of wanted. The staff were beyond helpful before, during and after the holiday! checking up on ourselves, offering local information and also the upkeep of the hot tub. the lodge is in a great location and has so much to offer, we will be returning in the future to carry on exploring. Overall brilliant accommodation and fabulous staff! Thank you!
Stephen
A lovely place, very nearly 10 across the board. Nice quiet area but some beautiful villages nearby. Close to the motorway for access to other towns in the Lakes. Very clean and well kept, a pleasure to stay there and nothing is too much trouble for the owner. I'd stay there again. My boys loved biking round the site and playing in the open areas. Really enjoyed our stay.
Anna
Beautiful lodge, immaculate inside and hot tub is amazing
Dean
Amazing time. Lodge and owners all great.
Stephanie
Fantastic location and lodge was lovely. We stayed in Moorhen and everything we needed was there waiting for us including tea and coffee after our long journey. The hotel tub was amazing and we went each evening. The owners check the hot tubs twice a day and unlike other places we have stayed they are emptied between each guest and cleaned out. Only thing I would say is that we had to put the travel cot up in the lounge as it was the only place it would fit which meant that we couldn't watch TV on the evening so maybe a TV in the master bedroom would be helpful. We will return for another visit.
Philip
Had a lovely break for my wife's 30th. The lady owner was very kind, helpful and polite. Highly recommend this to family & friends. A lovely place
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Fun Days Out near Redwell Lakes Lodges

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Lakeland Wildlife Oasis - about 5 Miles
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Happy Mount Park - about 7 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.
Bowland Wild Boar Park - about 16 Miles
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