Holiday lodges Lancashire: stunning accommodation in an enviable location
Welcome to Lakeland Lodges, where our enviable Lancashire location means easy access to the best of the county’s attractions and to the surrounding countryside. We are on the doorstep of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks, Morecambe Bay, and, the Forest of Bowland and Arnside and Silverdale, which are areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Our privately-owned holiday lodges are situated on the South Lakeland Leisure Village with its 5* rating and stunning lake and grounds (they’ve won David Bellamy Conservation Gold Awards). There’s a wealth of on-site facilities to enjoy during your stay, including the indoor pool and steam room, the gym and the therapy treatment rooms. The on-site restaurant has al fresco seating for the warmer months and its menu features Mediterranean, Indian and Italian favourites.
Choose the perfect holiday lodge in Lancashire for your next holiday
As a small, family-run company we are able to provide excellent service. We’re very approachable and always ready to help advise on the best lodge to suit your needs and preferences, so please do get in touch.
Runners Retreat Lodge
Runners Retreat offers spectacular views of the lake and fountain with its prime lakeside position. The lounge has a two and three seater sofa as well as a wide screen tv.
Taigh Air An Loch is a sophisticated and contemporary space, finished to a high standard throughout. This is a place to relax, enjoy the view and spend precious time together.
Situated on the lakeside with a private boat deck, ideal for canoes or passive sail crafts. A large enclosed decked balcony complete with outdoor seating, table & BBQ gives you…
4 reasons to choose holiday lodges Lancashire
- National Parks: our location means you are an equally short drive from the shores of Lake Windermere and the moors of Yorkshire.
- The coast: Lancashire has an amazing coast, from the natural wonder of Arnside with its beautiful curving bay to St Anne’s with its genteel pier and prom.
- The food and drink: the close relationship between Lancashire’s agriculture and industry has inspired an exciting food and drink scene that is well worth exploring – cafés, bars, bistros and restaurants offer a warm welcome, or you can shop the traditional farmers’ markets and farm shops for a little something to take home.
- The lodges: if the northern weather isn’t on your side every day, the lodges are roomy and well-equipped and the site has plenty of facilities to enjoy – so you get to make the most of the location without venturing far.
Reviews of our holiday lodges Lancashire
We’re always pleased to read the lovely comments from our guests following their stay, many of them confirm that our holiday lodges in Lancashire are an ideal choice for your next break:
“The location of the Leisure Village is also ideally positioned to explore the Lake District or Yorkshire Dales National Parks. It benefits from excellent road and rail links locally, which open up a multitude of options for planning a day out.”
(2017 guest review)