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24th October 2017

Redwell Lakes Lodges

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Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

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 at Redwell Lakes Lodges



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.

Redwell Lakes Lodges Reviews

Chris, Blyth
Date of stay: 4th September 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
We had an excellent time and the tub was amazing.
Annette, Blackpool
Date of stay: 11th August 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Fab will defo go again
Date of stay: 23rd June 2017
Accommodation type: Mallard
Simon, Rotherham
Date of stay: 23rd June 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Lovely cleanly and spacious
Isobel, Glasgow
Date of stay: 19th June 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Lodge was well equipped! Beautiful! Spotless! Spacious! And very comfortable.
J, Birmingham
Date of stay: 16th June 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Brilliant spotless and well fitted out.
Date of stay: 12th June 2017
Accommodation type: Moorhen
Brilliant Lodge with everything that we could of needed and so spacious. lovely decking area with outdoor dining looking onto the lake and also a secluded hot tub! 10/10
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
My girlfriend and I had a fantastic weekend staying at Redwell Lakes. We booked the Moorhen lodge and it was immaculate inside and out. The hot tub was superb and was an ideal place to relax after a long day. We had a great meal in the Eagles Head pub just along from the lodges on Friday evening and on the Saturday we visited Ingleton Falls. This definitely didn't disappoint and it was the highlight of our weekend. It's a really nice walk with some breathtaking views, well worth a look if you're staying at Redwell. Thanks for the tip Sarah! On Sunday we drove up to Ulswater and walked the Aria Force trail then stopped off for Sunday lunch on our way back to the lodge. All in all a great weekend, the location of the lodge was ideal and Ken and Sarah were extremely helpful, with some excellent local knowledge. We never got to the White Scar caves like we had planned to but theres always next year!
We really enjoyed our holiday.... what it had to offer and all the nearby places to visit! Some minor attention to detail needed - such as the paper finish on the doors plus wallpaper peeling back. Both frying pans in the Mallard Lodge need discarding and replacing. In all regards they are disheartening to use. A bigger chopping board or at least a second one would be great too :) Washing up liquid could do with being a better brand perhaps as I found it took a very large amount to get some cleansing power to the water. Along with this 1 washing up sponge was not enough for us and was a flat useless mess after 5 minutes so some better kitchen equipment overall would really make the difference for us. Only other thing is the fact that in the Mallard Lodge most of all, with the path for vehicles right next to us and no fence, we didn't appreciate having other lodge members driving by on a regular basis or walking their dogs past us back and forth etc....we were easily visible from said path. Definitely the least private hot tub adventure we have been on :) Overall we would go back again but it would be to any other lodge but that one, and at a lower price. Lovely woman though and the place has a lot to offer so don't let the perfectionist in me deter you from having a great holiday :D
Super peaceful, lovely location. Hot tub was great at the end of active days
Couple loved the lodge, ken was so helpful.
Had an excellent time and was made to feel at home by the wonderful staff.
Loved every minute of it, although the flies were a problem but that wasnt the fault of the owners or the park itself.
lovely tranquill spot,very peaceful which is what we were looking for.
Superb lodge, in lovely country surroundings yet only a few miles from the M6. Cannot recommend enough.
10/10 We will be back
Amazing holiday. Amazing location. Amazing log cabin. Amazing hot tub. Truly enjoyed the stay.
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Fun Days Out near Redwell Lakes 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 5 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 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
Head for the Bowland Wild Boar park and we don't think you will be disappointed.  A popular attraction in Preston there is so much to do for the whole family.  From picnics, walks and wildlife to experiencing feeding the animals you are sure to have a memorable day out.  Also popular is the kids tractor play area.  For rest and relaxation the cafe is ideal serving hot drinks and snacks with a lovely view over the pond and wildlife feeding station.  The Forest of Bowland has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.