Meadows Retreat Lodge Park is an exclusive holiday lodge park located on the edge of the Lake District National Park close to Cockermouth in Cumbria. We have a selection of lodges and holiday homes for sale starting at £90,000. We are surrounded by mature woodland and the Park has fantastic views over the surrounding countryside.
The Lake District is a mountainous with valleys shaped by ice age glaciers and a landscape shaped by pastoral use and characterised by its dry stone walls. Immerse yourself in a harmonious landscape in where the mountains are mirrored in the lakes. Grand houses, gardens and parks compliment the landscape’s beauty and many are owned by the National Trust and open for visitors to enjoy.
If you are looking for a luxury holiday lodge for sale in the Lake District National Park, far from the hustle and bustle of the South Lakes, get in touch with the team at Meadows Retreat Lodge Park. From stunning countryside offering relaxation and adventure, to bustling towns and villages, based on tradition, industry, heritage and innovation- West Cumbria offers it all!
Ennerdale valley is so secluded that it is a designated Dark Sky Discovery Site. It is one of the quietest areas of the Lake District. The lake itself is a reservoir, so boats, etc. are not permitted. The area has become a haven for deer, red squirrels, and other species.
Eskdale Valley is more popular with tourists and very close to England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike. The valley is one of few major valleys in the Lake District not to have its own lake but does have several tarns high above the valley sides.
Wasdale Valley is famous for its towering mountains and for hosting the deepest lake in England. Within a four-mile radius you’ll find Seatallan, Red Pike, Scoat Fell, Pillar, Kirk Fell, Great Gable, Illgill Head, Great End and England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike, to name a few.
Also known as Duddon Valley, it has no lake of its own and is enclosed at its head by the rugged high fells of Harter Fell, Ulpha Fell and Grey Friar, with two of England’s highest mountain passes meeting here at Cockley Beck.