Log Cabins and Lodges

Lake District log cabins and lodges cater to those who primarily want more remote, self catering accommodation, and to larger groups. Some of the lodges can be used as a base for team building activities, or conferences. Whatever your requirements you’ll find the perfect fit in our listings.

Featured Log Cabins

bassenthwaite lodges

When it comes to consistently high review scores Bassenthwaite Lodges really stands out. It is a peaceful location on one of the Lake Districts quietest lakes and offers high quality accommodation. Tremendous views of Bassenthwaite add to the drama of the setting and the park holds the much coveted David Bellamy gold award for conservation. As well as some fantastic walks there are many places worthy …

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avon wood

It is hard to think of anything better than a long soak in an outdoor hot tub after a day exploring the fells of the Lake District and Avon Wood which nestles on the shore of Windermere fits the bill. It is a small park set in woodland and is close to Bowness and Newby Bridge. The Furness peninsula with the market towns of Ulverston and Cartmel are also close by and you won’t be disappointed with your stay here …

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thanet well

The unspoiled countryside of the north lakes is the setting for Thanet Well Lodges. The historic market town of Penrith is nearby as is the county town of Carlisle. You can drive to Ullswater easily and you are on the edge of Greystoke forest. Thanet Well has spacious two and three bedroom lodges and is a great get away from it all destination for couples  or families looking for a welcome bit of peace and quiet …

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Meadows End Lodges in Cartmel gets consistently high ratings and is the holder of a gold award for conservation. Located near Cartmel it is a tranquil park offering luxury accommodation with contemporary design a feature.Although it is just outside the national park it is an easy drive to Windermere and there are plenty of things to do locally such as exploring Cartmel with its medieval priory, racetrack and artisan shops (sticky toffee pudding shop particularly).A great choice for a lodge holiday …

brockwood hall

Brockwood Hall is located in the Whicham valley on the west coast of Cumbria. A range of lodges from basic to luxury are available. The area is great for exploring the less crowded parts of the Lake District and within easy reach are Ravenglass with its Roman baths and narrow gauge railway, Muncaster Castle the home of Tom Fool and the dramatic screes of Wastwater the deepest of the lakes.Hardknott Roman fort is an easy drive and if you want a gentle horse riding experience Brockwood is close to Cumbrian Heavy Horses.Brockwood has a lot to offer and is worthy of consideration …

brook lodge
Those who are in love with the ’great outdoors’ will find the location of Burnside Park the perfect place to stay. This luxury pine log cabin is equipped for every modern day convenience and comfort. Situated in landscaped grounds at the foot of Latrigg and Brook Lodge, with panoramic views of the Lakeland Fells. The site is within walking distance of Keswick town centre, making the lodge an ideal base to enjoy the amenities of Keswick without the hustle and bustle of the town itself….more

Discover The Lakes brings a selection of quality lake district log cabins and lodges within the national park. There are log cabins with hot tubs to soak in and relax you, lodges with lake views and log cabins in secluded woodland.

Some cabins are on purpose built holiday parks and some are family owned. Luxury log cabins are available with log fires as are last minute lake district log cabins sleeping 2-10 people.

Most holiday rental log cabins and lodges are family friendly and have wheelchair access. Pet friendly lake district holiday lodges are also to be found here. Remote location cabins can be found here too.