We have a wide range of accommodation including holiday cottages,
luxury lodges and caravans, so there's something to suite every
taste and budget.
Beautiful in their own right, well equipped and decorated, what
really makes these cottages special is their location. Right
beside the bank of Lonsdale lake, the cottages give you a
fantastic view across the lake from your sofa. The private pegs
are just a poles length away from the back door, as you will see
from our photo's.
We have two and three bedroom cottages available, sleeping four
and six people respectively.
Our two bedroom timber lodge is extremely popular and provides a
somewhat more traditional fishing feel. The lodge is a good size,
sleeps four and is comfortable and cosy. The lodge features a
private peg which has produced some of our most spectacular
Our caravans are complete with comfortable living areas and
kitchens to provide a warm and relaxing welcome after a good days
We have caravans with two or three bedrooms and they sleep four or
six people respectively.
General Accommodation Information
Residents have exclusive fishing access (April to October) to all
of our five lakes which is included in the price. We don't charge
extra per rod - just one simple and very affordable price. A
limited number of day fisherman are permitted November to
March. Our aim is to ensure our lakes are never crowded,
some days you may even have one all to yourself!
Car Parking: Hiking in the lake district or walked off your feet
shopping in Carlisle? Either way you'll be happy to know that
ample car parking is right outside your accommodation door, so no
distance to walk on tired legs or to carry those heavy gifts.
Disabled / Wheelchair? Not a problem we are a level site and
around 90% of our pegs are wheelchair accessible. Three of our
lake side cottages were specially designed to be wheelchair and
disabled friendly. We have a fish mobility service to help you get
around and pneumatic trolleys for your equipment, all this helps
you concentrate on fishing without worrying about getting around.
We have a few regular disabled anglers who have been visiting us