Grizedale Lodge

Availability

£1710 - £4550

Area:
Grizedale
Sleeps:
16
Bedrooms:
8
Changeover:
Friday
Arrival time:
16:00
Departure time:
10:00
Pets Allowed?:
3
Garden:
not enclosed
Fire type:
wood burner
WiFi:
Yes
Damage deposit:
£200
Nearest Pub:
1.8 miles The Eagles Head at Satterthwaite

A very warm welcome to the absolutely stunning Grizedale Lodge. Have you ever thought of gathering all your favourite people under one roof in the loveliest of surroundings? Well this gorgeous woodland-set, former hunting lodge should surely fit the bill. With eight beautiful bedrooms, all boasting wonderful views, elegant and well equipped socialising spaces and an unrivalled position in Grizedale Forest this really is a dream place for that special family gathering or just an indulgent friend's break. All eight bedrooms are individually designed with luxurious en-suite shower/bathrooms and televisions. There are also two beautifully appointed ground floor bedrooms, one with its own snug and balcony, which mean that guests with limited mobility are very well catered-for.

Grizedale Forest is a magical forest park with walking and cycling trails to suit all abilities. There's something for everyone here. For those wanting test their adventurous side there are exhilarating mountain bike trails, alternatively you could find yourself swinging through the forest canopy at the "Go Ape" course. For those wanting a more gentle woodland experience there are plenty of easy walking trails and for those seeking quiet contemplation space there's even a sculpture trail through the forest with permanent and visiting works of outdoor art.

Set right in the heart of the Lake District, Grizedale Lodge benefits from easy access to Ambleside, Hawkshead, Windermere and Coniston and all the attractions, shops and wonderful eateries they offer. For those looking to explore the rich history of the area then Brantwood on Coniston Water, Wray Castle on Windermere and Hilltop (Beatrix Potter's Lakeland home) are all within six miles' drive of the Lodge. Why not consider messing about on the water while you're in the Lake District? Esthwaite Water nearby offers trout fishing throughout the year as well as the opportunity to spot some magnificent ospreys during their season. Both Coniston Water and Windermere offer gentle trips taking in the views on heritage steamers as well as the opportunity to hire kayaks, paddle boards and rowing boats to get a bit more hands-on. Whether you'd like to make the most of everything that's on the doorstep or just relax in the most elegant of surroundings with your loved ones then Grizedale Lodge really is perfect.