Unique holiday lodge with fantastic lakeside views, perfect for a couple wanting a romantic break to remember.
Architect designed first floor living area with views up and down Rudyard Lake, naturally lit with French doors opening out onto private balcony.
The lounge has laminate flooring and an open plan design. Big fabric sofa with room for three. Ideal for two people with one or two four legged friends for company.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
About Inglenook Boathouse
A brick built, two storey boat house with sloping roof and glass gable ends to let in maximum daylight. First floor access with balcony surrounding the whole living area.
Double bedroom downstairs on ground floor with ensuite bathroom, and shower over the bath. Lake at the bottom of the garden.
Inglenook Boathouse is dog friendly. Up to two well-behaved pooches can join you in this special lodge, free of charge.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Rudyard
Sitting on the western shore of Rudyard Lake, with views up and down the lake from your perfect first floor vantage point. Take in the views in the morning on your balcony or private patio, and plan your days out.
Take your furry friends down to the water for a glimpse and sniff of the wildlife on the Lake, which is two and a half miles long and covers 168 acres. Head over to the eastern shore, and follow the lakeside path northwards, up through the woods which hug the banks.
You’ll get a great view of the Boathouse on the other side as you pass. The Lake has a fully funded Activity Centre, which will tell you all about its history as a feeder reservoir for the local canal system.
To the south end of the lake is the settlement of Rudyard, named after Kipling, who met his wife here. Just across Rudyard Road is a dog friendly cafe with outside seating, which is next to a path following an old train line.
Pick up the canal paths which lead directly south to Ladderedge, or south east into the outskirts of Leek. This thriving market town has loads of dog friendly pubs and cafes, plus independent shops selling everything you could want, including locally produced food and drink.
Just east of Rudyard Lake is Tittesworth Water, another huge reservoir which is on the edge of the Peak District National Park.
At the north end of the lake there is a pub with outdoor seating, ideal for well behaved pooches, and a road which leads into the National Park at Meerbrook.
Spend a day taking in the sights of the Peaks, follow the paths with the dogs, and stop off in one of the lovely villages dotted across the Park.
A truly unique holiday home, and one you won’t forget. From the access via a path through the woods to the first floor, to the stunning lakeside panoramas, you’ll know you’ve booked in somewhere special.
Spend the mornings having breakfast taking in the views, either indoors looking through the French windows, or outside on your own patio.
Take your canine companions out exploring, through the thick woods around the lake, and look out for the amazing wildlife which lives all around.
Head off down the paths into the country, and don’t forget to spend a morning or afternoon in Leek, one of Staffordshire’s loveliest towns.
Of course, you won’t want to miss the chance to visit the Peak District National Park, which is right on your doorstep.
To see even more images and videos of this wonderful property and check availability for when you’d like to go click the button below.