photo: View from Lodore House
photo: Dining area
Lodore House is a unique, award winning, 4 star self-catering house situated in the Borrowdale Valley. Overlooking Derwentwater with fantastic panoramic views to the Catbells mountain range, it is just a few miles from the picturesque market town of Keswick.
With four double bedrooms including a master bedroom offering excellent en-suite facilities and walk-in wardrobe as well as a family room with bunkbeds, this large self catering house is capable of sleeping up to 8 people plus children. Located next door to the Lodore Falls Hotel, guests of Lodore House are welcome to use their lounges and restaurant.
WE"RE A DOG FRIENDLY Lake District Cottage - up to 2 dogs are welcome to stay in Lodore House for a small supplement. Rest assured that Lodore House is cleaned to a very high standard so if you’re not a dog person you won’t even know there’s been one in the house!
Sleeps up to 8 adults + children
Visit Britain 4 star Self Catering
Fully equipped kitchen
Spacious open plan living area
Seperate dining area
3 double/twin bedrooms
Family room with bunk beds
Large private drive
Free WIFI (limited speed due to location)
A fully-equipped kitchen with dining table, separate dining area and a spacious open plan living area with floor to ceiling windows offering stunning views across Derwentwater. There are four high quality and well-proportioned bedrooms with double, twin and family rooms.
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Luxury break with friends, family get-togethers and hen parties. From pamper days to party nights, to a good old yomp across the fells or a day of outdoor activities and extreme sports, you will find it all on the doorstep of this comfortable, spacious Borrowdale self-catering cottage.
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Located in the Borrowdale Valley just 5 minutes from Keswick, Lodore House is set against the dramatic backdrop of the spectacular Lodore Falls Waterfall and next to the Lodore Falls Hotel in the Borrowdale Valley, the house is situated in an elevated position with floor to ceiling windows in most rooms capturing the magnificent panoramic views across Derwentwater to the imposing Catbells mountain range.