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21 Thirlmere

Troutbeck Bridge, Cumbria & The Lake District (Ref. 952241)

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    • “Fantastic lodge, was ideal for our requirements. We had an amazing few days there and will definitely be booking again in the near future.”

    Mrs Scott, Cleator Moor, December 2018

    • “The site is ideally situated to use as a starting point to travel around the Lake District. There are bus stops a short walk from the site on both sides of the road should you wish to leave your car at the accommodation and use them. A very good service from Stagecoach buses, using free Wi-Fi and USB charging points. The “hot tub” at the accommodation is always a fantastic end to a day after exploring the area.”

    Mr Dodsworth, Mansfield, September 2018

    • “Beautiful lodge. All home comforts provided. Easy access to all the beauty of the Lake District. Wouldn't hesitate to stay there again. Only downside was that the onsite restaurant was somewhat disappointing.”

    Mr Manley, Rickmansworth, September 2018

    • “We initially had a problem with not receiving the Sky channels and subsequent any TV channels and was slow in getting this resolved but I did receive compensation, as discussed, into my bank account. I feel it would be helpful to have a visitors book explaining how TV, microwave etc works as it is very frustrating trying to figure out how they all work etc. The lodge and the location were lovely and we had a great holiday”

    Mrs Wilson, Dundee, August 2018

    • “The holiday home was excellent and as described in the listing. The White Cross Bay resort was also as described apart from one thing which totally ruined our holiday. The on-site restaurant had a great choice of food on the menu, but hardly any of it was available to order! We stayed for 6 nights and only on 1 of those nights did the 3 of us get our 1st choice option. The staff were friendly and helpful in offering alternatives, but this was totally unacceptable as the shop was also sold out of supplies most days, leaving us no option but to drive to nearby villages to look for food (however this also turned out to be a problem as there were no parking spaces in either of the closest two villages). Luckily there was a Spar about a mile or so away that sold sandwiches as well as basic food. Also our pet dog was not allowed in the buildings such as Restaurant / bar and was also not allowed to be home alone in the apartment, so we were a bit stuck! Nowhere in the booking details did it say that dogs were not welcome in the facilities. Apart from this we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and the resort was lovely, especially the leisure facilities and the Marina. I would seek an alternative holiday next time as the Lakes proved too busy at this time of year with no parking spaces everywhere we went.”

    Mrs Roberts, PRESCOT, July 2018

    • “There were crumbs on the worktops,some cutlery and crockery were also dirty.Bathroom walls also not the cleanest! Once i cleaned them it was all fine”

    Mrs Mcfarlane, Glasgow, July 2018

    • “Lodge was excellent as was hot tub! Will return for sure.”

    Miss Murray, Langholm, October 2017

    • “Location of this site was perfect midway between Bowness and Ambleside and great place to explore Windermere area of the Lake District site was clean and situated right on lakeside. Accommodation was excellent with added extra of a hot tub to relax in after tackling the lovely walks around lake.”

    Mrs Davison, Peterlee, September 2017

    • “We all loved the cottage. The cottage was well equipped, in fact it exceeded our expectations. Everything we needed was there.”

    Mr Salisbury, Bury, September 2017

    • “Lovely lodge. The hot tub was excellent. Nice location, close to both ambelside and Windermere. Resort staff very friendly and helpful.”

    Mrs Cook, Leven, June 2017

    • “I would highly recommend the log cabin we stayed in. We had a fabulous time. The log cabin was emaculate and was really nice inside. I would defiantly book this again :) xxx”

    Ms Barton, Liverpool, June 2017

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The Property

Located on the award-winning White Cross Bay Holiday Park on the fringes of Troutbeck Bridge, is 21 Thirlmere. Nestled in the heart of the Lake District National Park, this wooden-clad lodge invites you to spend some quality time amidst the peace and quiet. Set all on ground floor, the accommodation boasts two elegantly presented bedrooms, each with TV's. The double bedroom comes with its own en-suite, while the twin is well-appointed for the neutrally designed bathroom. Relax in the open-plan living room with your loved ones after a day on the lake, put your feet up and take in the soothing décor. You also have a well-equipped kitchen and lovely dining area set beside the French doors. Throw them open on a warm, summer's day and dip in the hot tub as the sun sets for the evening - Pure bliss! A twisted staircase climbs up to the roof terrace, which boasts pleasant views out across the park. Use the on-site leisure facilities to your hearts content; you have access to a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and gym, along with a restaurant, bar, children's play park and games area. Set on the shores of Lake Windermere, there is an array of beautiful walks and the park even has its own marina with one of the best boat launching facilities on the lake. Less than half a mile away is Brockhole, the National Park Visitor Centre, which has vast gardens and a tree-top adventure course for all ages to enjoy. Bowness offers a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants, as do Ambleside and Windermere, whilst Grizedale Forest boasts walking, mountain biking and many other outdoor pursuits. This is the ideal base for an adventure in Cumbria.


All ground floor. Two bedrooms with Freeview TV: 1 x double with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.


  • Gas central heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, 3 x TVs WiFi, Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 1 car
  • Deck with hot tub and furniture
  • Roof terrace with furniture
  • Shared use of leisure facilities, including indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, play park and multi-use games area
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 5 mins walk
  • Note: Cottage accessed by approx
  • 3 steps
  • Note: Due to the lakeside location and roof terrace, children should be supervised at all times
  • Note: Due to the location, WiFi can be intermittent
  • Note: At check-in guests will be provided with a barrier pass number to use in the barrier key pad providing vehicular access to the park
  • Note: Guests wishing to use the on-site leisure facilities will need to purchase a leisure pass from reception
  • Passes cost £15 per stay and one pass is allocated per lodge
  • Note: No stag/hen or similar
  • 1 small well behaved dog welcome

Regional Information

TROUTBECK BRIDGE Windermere 2 miles; Ambleside 4 miles. The small village of Troutbeck Bridge lies between the famous towns of Windermere and Ambleside, close to the renowned Kirkstone Pass, within the Lake District National Park. Made up of a scattering of Lakeland cottages, this quiet village offers a thriving and very popular local pub, serving real ales and fine food. The bustling towns of Windermere and Ambleside are close by, providing a range of amenities including shops, pubs and cafes. Lake Windermere boasts a range of lakeside activities, including trips to the famous Aquarium and the renowned Grizedale Forest Park, whilst children will enjoy the World of Beatrix Potter in nearby Bowness, where technology brings her characters to life. With destinations such as Coniston Water, Kendal, Keswick and the Lakeland Mountains all within easy reach, Troutbeck Bridge is an ideal location for exploring all that the region has to offer.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas