- Very Good
- 79 guest reviews
"The Lodge is very similar to a Premier Inn in layout and style (though PIs often have a bath and this doesn't). Clean with no frills but at..."
"Staff were really helpful and polite. They helped arrange for some flowers and wine to be left in the room as a surprise to my partner and w..."
"Nice family room, comfy beds, plenty of towels, tea and coffee provided. Lovely view from window. The room and bathroom smelt nice and fres..."
"Similar model to the Travelodge. Small, clean, good quality room. Minimal staff, no restaurant, continental breakfast only. Sister hotel, Ki..."
"The good thing about this hotel is the location. It is situated very picturesque location surrounded by green lush fields and overlooking mo..."
About the hotel
The Lodge has been fitted out in a modern contemporary style. All bedrooms are fully en suite with internet access, direct dial telephones and flat screen satellite TV. Bedrooms are a mixture of double, twin and family to cater for all combinations of groups or individuals.
At the heart of the Lodge is the all day coffee shop which serves continental breakfast in the morning, coffees and snacks throughout the day and also has a fully licenced bar which serves continental and local beers, spirits and a wide variety of wines by the glass and by the bottle. Although The Lodge does not offer full meals - continental breakfast is included in the room rate - The Kings Head Hotel - which is under the same ownership and is a two minute drive from the Lodge - serves all day gastro bar meals and also boasts a fine dining restaurant The St. Johns - which are available to guests staying at the Lodge.
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
- 14/08/2015 to 24/01/2019 - Please ring the hotel directly if you wish to bring a pet. There is a £15 charge per pet for the whole of your stay. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
89% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely setting with walks from the door
A lovely new build that blends in well with the fantastic Lake District countryside.
The stay was very good value for money. However, not everything was tip top. For a family room, there was not much room to put stuff - what do you do with 8 towels when there's only a tiny radiator in the bathroom (which faintly smelled of wee)?; we ran out of loo roll and the room was only serviced one day out of the two. A lunch menu was advertised, but not available. We were sent to the neighbouring pub (owned by the same company) but they weren't cooking either, so ended up at a third place for lunch (owned by the same company again and with a 10% discount).Breakfast was a slight shambles around the toaster and not enough places always laid up at the tables. One other thing, the photos make the photo appear that it's a rural retreat, when in fact it's right off the main A road with quite a bit of noisy traffic.
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The Lodge is very similar to a Premier Inn in layout and style (though PIs often have a bath and this doesn't).
Clean with no frills but at £100 a night, a reasonable price for the Lake District. The breakfast is continental (ham, cold boiled eggs, cereal, yogurt bread) and adequate. There appear to be no staff on duty after 9.30 pm. If you're looking for luxury, this isn't the place but the rooms are plain and inoffensive and it is clean and good value for the Lakes if you are just looking for b&b.