Park Lodge Apartment (sleeps up to 8 adults):
Entrance hall leading to stairs up to a double bedroom with 5ft. bed with separate adjoining cloakroom. Stairs leading up to:
First Floor: Kitchen/breakfast room, reception room and separate dining-room.
Second Floor: Family bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.
Two double family bedrooms each with a 5ft. bed and a 3ft. 6” bed in each of the two family double bedrooms.
Full gas central heating, electricity, bed linen included, except personal towels. Freeview flat 32” screen TV/radio, DVD, electric cooker, 2 microwaves, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. No smoking and no pets permitted at Park Lodge Apartment.
Park Lodge Garden Cottage (sleeps up to 3 adults):
Self-contained private entrance, private courtyard garden and benefits from large dual aspect bay windows with easy walking access on the ground floor: hallway, lounge/dining-room, kitchen/breakfast room, one double bedroom (5 ft. bed), one single bedroom (3' 6' bed) and bathroom with shower over bath, plus shower attachments and toilet. Secluded stone-walled courtyard patio garden with garden furniture. Gas central heating, electricity and bed linen are included, cot, Freeview flat 40” screen T.V. and DVD, radio, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and separate freezer. No smoking and no pets are permitted at Park Lodge Garden Cottage.
Park Lodge Apartment is situate within a Victorian Lakeland Cumbrian stylish, contemporary and sunlit large three-double bedroom apartment (sleeps 8 adults) with its own private entrance with large dual aspect bay windows with views overlooking Claife Heights and Sheriff's Walk Woods, Windermere.
Park Lodge Garden Cottage is situate within a Victorian Lakeland Cumbrian stylish, contemporary sunlit two-bedroom cottage (sleeps 3 adults) with its own private entrance and benefits from large dual aspect bay windows with views overlooking Claife Heights and Sheriff's Walk Woods, Windermere.
Park Lodge Apartment (sleeps up to 8 adults) is completely separate from Park Lodge Garden Cottage, but can be combined with Park Lodge Garden Cottage (sleeps up to 3 adults), which together sleep 11 adults in the whole house. The two separate holiday rental rates for Park Lodge Apartment and Park Lodge Garden Cottage collectively for the whole property to sleep up to 11 adults in the whole house is available upon request.
Park Lodge Apartment and Park Lodge Garden Cottage are both midway between the two Lakeland villages of Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere both properties are close to all amenities and to Windermere railway and Windermere bus/coach stations.
Park Lodge Apartment and Park Lodge Garden Cottage are both within easy walking distance to churches, banks, post offices, restaurants, cafes, wine bars, pubs, inns, hotels, independent specialist shops, supermarkets, stores (the home of Lakeland Plastics in Windermere, boutiques, library, theatres, cinemas, art galleries, museums, and sports centres are all within 350 yards.
Park Lodge Apartment and Park Lodge Garden Cottage are both within easy strolling distance of villages, woods, and lakeshores and countless trails, moor land and fells with all the amenities the Lake District National Park has to offer. Holiday activities include: painting, riding, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, swimming, cycling, mountain biking, golfing and fell walking, or leisurely strolls beside the world-renowned Lake Windermere, the marina and steamer piers at Bowness-on-Windermere. A visit to the Lake District is not complete without a cruise on Lake Windermere, where boats can also be hired. Bicycles and tandams are available for hire in Windermere.
The many visitor attractions nearby include: Beatrice Potter's home and museum. Brockhole Visitors' Centre, Lake Aquarium at Lakeside at Newby Bridge is close by. Countless National Trust historical houses abound in this fascinating area with Blackwell, Holker Hall in Cartmel, Sizergh Castle, and Levens Hall to name but a few. The home of William Wordsworth, the poet is at Dove Cottage and William Wordsworth’s museum both close by in the Lakeland village of Grasmere with John Ruskin's elegant home at Brantwood and museum are both nearby in the Lakeland village of Coniston by Lake Coniston. Alfred Wainwright demonstrated his great love of the Lake District by his many feted walks on his much-loved Cumbrian Fells as he portrayed in his numerous celebrated illustrated travel guidebooks about the Lake District.