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Lake Winds Lodge

White Cross Bay near Troutbeck Bridge, Cumbria & The Lake District (Ref. 918172)

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    • “We had a fantastic time in a lodge on White cross bay in windermere. It was so peaceful, Clean, Warm & Cosy. everything we wanted & needed. Personal touches like a loaf of bread, dog biscuits etc on arrival. Ample parking & easy to get too. We most certainly are going to be coming again next year. Unfortunately I cant rate the facilities on site as high as I wanted because we had no TV signal (Problem across the whole site) A power cut in the main building (not in the lodges) & I think because it was so quiet the kitchen staff went home early :( We had planned to eat in the restaurant that night & arrived at 8pm to be told they had stopped serving, we had checked the times of the restaurant before hand but it only said from 6pm onwards. However they young man behind the bar did write down the contact details for all local takeaways in the area which was very helpful.”

    Mr Sharratt, Gnosall, December 2018

    • “A good comfortable lodge in great location. Made an excellent base for our lakes holiday. Bread, milk and biscuits on arrival was a lovely welcoming treat. Thank you.”

    Mrs Spoors, Sunderland, August 2018

    • “Lovely place all as expected or more loved it and will be going again.”

    Miss Maynard, THATCHAM, August 2018

    • “A really lovely place to say, the lodge is so homely and comfortable. Friends of our stayed in one of the Park Dean lodges and paid £500 more and their place was not a patch on this lovely lodge.”

    Mr Byrne, Canvey Island, August 2018

    • “Whilst Parkdean Resorts appear to be cramming in as many units as they can on this site, this Lodge, remains in a semi isolated wooded area, where it was quite easy to forget you had any neighbours at all. The owner went above and beyond, supplying a loaf of fresh bread in the bread bin, a pint of milk in the fridge, and a pack of biscuits on the table for us to walk into. They provided towels for each guest, and even supplied liquid soap in the toilet, and by the sink, together with washing up liquid. The furniture in the Living Room, was a three piece suite, as you would expect in your own home, instead of rock hard bench seating fixed around the walls. The bed was the most comfortable bed I've ever experienced in a holiday accommodation, without doubt. We would seriously book this accommodation again without question.”

    Mrs Richardson, Burton-on-Trent, June 2018

    • “Let’s start with the positives as there are lots of them. The position of the lodge is perfect not only on the site close to all amenities but also for accessing the wider area. The lodge itself was very clean and comfortable especially the bed. Everything you need is provided you will want for nothing. Really nice touch leaving some bread biscuits and milk for your arrival. Just one or two things could have made the lodge better and that is some comfortable seating outside. Whilst there is seating is is very uncomfortable after a while and it would have been nice to sit outside longer in the afternoon sun. A place to put a disposal BBQ would have been good as well all it needs is 3/4 house bricks and a small paving slab. Overall a very enjoyable stay and would recommend.”

    Mrs Beasley, Stoke-on-Trent, June 2018

    • “Lovely little lodge in a great location for exploring the Lakes. Clean, tidy with all essentials (inc. bread and milk on arrival! Thanks). Felt the £15 park pass was excessive as only able to swim once during the week due to the park being so busy. Plus you have to pay extra for activities. Although I appreciate this is down to the holiday park. Opposite side of the park from the Lake and Marina which is a good 5-10 minute walk. Also television is free view as opposed to basic sky as advertised.”

    Mrs Bather, Liverpool, May 2018

    • “The whole experience was great from start to finish. Many of the pubs in the area are pet friendly and the site is great for that too only drawback was the pub on site didn't allow pets in which meant we could go there as a group it would be nice for this to happen even if timings where restricted to certain times during the day”

    Mr Allsop, Sheffield, March 2018

    • “Lovely cozy cabin.heated up real quick,just what you need after a day of walking.its situated in a very nice park with lots of other cabins. Although plenty of cabins and people the site was very quiet. The cabin had everything we needed and more.highly recommended.”

    Mr Gornall, RUNCORN, March 2018

    • “The Lodge was as stated but we were surprised that they went above and beyond to make you feel welcome. There was a bowl outside the door for the dogs, bread, milk and chocolate biscuits in the lodge for us. Unfortunately we went when we had the little beast from the east and got snowed in. The only down fall was not enough areas for the dogs to go and some dog owners did not clean up after them.”

    Mrs Hodgson, Colne, March 2018

    • “Lovely log cabin - very well equipped and sparkling clean. Had a very enjoyable holiday.”

    Ms Thomson, Epsom, March 2018

    • “Everything good, only reason we wouldn’t come back to this location is because it was on a holiday park , and we didn’t use facilities , would prefer a cottage with a small garden for dog, none of this being your fault”

    Mrs Fountain, Uttoxeter, February 2018

    • “We loved our stay at lake winds lodge. Nice and cosy and some nice touches upon our arrival uncut loaf, pint of milk etc, very thoughtful. I was concerned about us being warm enough but even with the sub zero temps the heating took no time at all to get the place cosy after our long walks. Very clean tidy and well though out, would definitely stay again.”

    Mrs Phoenix, Middlesbrough, February 2018

    • “Loved our stay at Lake Winds Lodge, so much so we wished we would have booked to finish the week off. The site itself is lovely and clean and quiet. The lodge was cosy and warm and an ideal home for our Christmas break, we really enjoyed it. The owners left us mince pies, crackers, amongst other home comforts to make us feel welcome & there were Christmas lights up for a very festive feel. Thoroughly enjoyed our time at Lakewinds Lodge and will look to book again in the future. Thank you”

    Mrs Bibby, Manchester, December 2017

    • “Absolutely fabulous lodge at white cross bay! Everything was just perfect for myself my husband, my three year old son and our two dogs! The accommodation was just spot on! Location fabulous! Overall our favourite holiday of the year and we go away 3-4 times every year!”

    Miss Caulton, Burton-on-Trent, November 2017

    • “Exactly what was advertised and situation was perfect. Grandmother,Mother 13 & 8 year old plus dog.”

    Mrs Morrison, Isle Of Bute, July 2017

    • “Loved it! Also thinking of buying own lodge just a beautiful and peaceful location. The lodge was beautiful and cosy, will definitely return :)”

    Miss Bell, Leicester, May 2017

    • “The cottage was well equipt and the cleaniness was good. However it would have been good to have better furniture on the decking as it ony had a bench which was uncomfortable to sit on in light of the hot weather. The restaurant food was not up to parr. We went on the first day and my lunch was not good. My ham and eggs, ham dry and the eggs were hard. Chips were good. My husband ciabatta was over cooked and it would have been good with a little salad. This has not put us goign with Sykes in the future would want a higher spec”

    Mrs Kerrigan, Manchester, June 2018

    • “We went for a New Years break. On arrival where told we couldn’t use the bar and restaurant on New Year’s Eve due to the fact it was ticket only and they had sold out. Very disappointed and this should have been highlighted to us by the owners or Sykes. Accommodation nice and clean with everything required. Nice extras bread, milk, mince pies. It did smell terribly of dogs, with air freshers that were really strong and didn’t cover the smell. Would suggest wooden floors.”

    Mrs Wilson Smith, December 2017

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  • Swimming pool
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Sky TV

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The Property

This well-presented lodge is nestled within White Cross Bay Holiday Park, on the edges of beautiful Lake Windermere. It boasts a superb interior, ideal for families and friends looking to tour the region. The open-plan living room promises a relaxing evening in front of the fire after an adventure on the fells. Cook up a tasty dinner in the kitchen and dine together at the table. You have two bedrooms to choose from when it is time to retire for the evening, followed by a lovely shower room. A warm summer's day will have you throwing open the French doors to the decking, where you can unwind and absorb the peaceful surroundings. Take full advantage of the on-site facilities; work up a sweat in the gym before using the sauna and Jacuzzi, or cool off with a refreshing swim. There is also a children's outdoor play area, a games centre and amusement arcade. Stroll alomg the shores of Lake Windermere and admire the scenery, or pay a visit to the village of Bowness to explore its splendid bay and The World of Beatrix Potter. Spend a day in Grizedal, withb its zip wires, mountain biking and hinking through ancient woodland. You also have Rydal Water, Wray Castle and Loughrigg Fell nearby. This log cabin offers the ideal holiday with your loved ones in a wonderful area of Cumbria.


All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x 2' 6" twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.


  • Electric central heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, shared on-site coin-operated laundry facilities, TV with basic Sky, DVD, on-site WiFi, selection of books and games
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Decked terrace with furniture
  • Shared use of leisure facilities, including indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, play park and multi-use games area at £15 for the whole party per week
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 2 mins walk
  • Note: The property is accessed via 4 steps, and there is no ramp access
  • Note: Due to lakeside location, children should be supervised at all times
  • Note: Mobile phone and 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.

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