Brand new for 2019, a compact and stylish timber lodge in the Northern Fells, ideal for a romantic break or holiday with the kids.
French doors and studio style lodge, with private patio and secluded four seater hot tub to the side.
The living area is open plan, with direct access to the outdoors. Comfy sofa with great views.
Ideal for cuddling up with a couple of four legged friends.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Ground Floor Facilities
Pets - No Charge
Flat Screen TV
About Curlew Lodge
Timber pod style lodge with gravel approach, and raised, fenced wooden decked area to the side hiding garden furniture and a hot tub.
Studio layout, open plan living and dining area leading onto a king size double bed, and bunk beds for flexible sleeping arrangements. French doors with superb views and level access.
Curlew is doggie friendly. One or two well behaved pooches can stay with you, free of charge.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Caldbeck and Uldale
Sitting in 23 acres of private grounds, with plenty of room for dogs and kids to play, or adults to enjoy the peace and quiet of the Northern Fells in Cumbria.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the big city with a relaxing rural break, joined by your canine companions. Pub, restaurant and shop 3½ miles away, beach 17 miles.
Enjoy the space of the Wallace Lane Farm site, located off a country lane, and with its own woodland and wildlife for you and your furry friends to explore. Look to the north and west, and you’ll see the Solway Firth, with the Scottish hills just beyond.
This part of Cumbria lies north of the Lake District National Park, and is much quieter because of it. Head off into the unspoiled local countryside, and if the weather’s fine enough, prepare for a superb walk in the hills.
Follow the River Waver west, and if you’re energetic enough you’ll pass through Old Carlisle, then stop off in Bolton Low Houses, with its welcoming, dog friendly pub.
Head east and south from the site, and a short drive down the B5299 takes you to the lovely hamlet of Caldbeck, with a cafe and dog friendly pub by the River Caldew.
Slightly further down the road or river is the equally charming village of Hesket Newmarket, with its traditional village shop cum post office next to the village green, which also serves superb home made food and sells locally grown produce.
Both of these villages are on the northern edge of the Lake District National Park, with the nearest major lake being Bassenthwaite, a half hour drive to the south west.
One of the quietest of the Lakes, Bassenthwaite also has a nature reserves and views of Scotland to the north. For fit people and pooches, the mountain peak of Blencathra lies just up the A66.
Curlew offers the chance to get away from it all in the privacy of your own timber lodge, with a fenced off hot tub to enjoy at your leisure, plus a dog friendly atmosphere and open space to share with your four legged friends.
The open plan, studio layout is cosy, stylish and practical, and the French doors have some great views of this lovely part of the world.
Being just outside the Lake District proper, Caldbeck and Uldale are quieter than many locations to the south, so you can really enjoy the peace and quiet while you recharge your batteries.
Enjoy the riverside paths, and visit one of the nearby villages to get a real flavour of this unspoiled corner of England. A superb lodge for a unique country getaway.
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