Positioned at the top of the estate with an elevated view and a short distance walk from the onsite facilities.
Pub within 1 mile
Fantastic local walking
Wi-Fi available inside property
Private decked Terrace
Private Parking for 2 cars
Laundry facilities on site
No Pets Allowed
About Watendlath Tarn
Private parking for 2 cars. Private decked area with picnic bench for dining alfresco. Enter to the open plan kitchen/dining area. The modern kitchen has plenty of storage, electric oven with extractor, microwave and fridge with a freezer compartment.
The lounge consists of a 2 seater sofa and 2 comfy arm chairs, flat screen TV, DVD, Gaming Console and an electric wood burner effect heater and electric panel heater wall mounted. The double bedroom has built in wardrobes and dresser unit, with an electric wall mounted heater, hairdryer and alarm clock.
The twin bedroom has bunk beds, which are standard mattress length and 2.5ft wide, with the option to raise the top bunk securely out of the way to allow for more head room on the bottom bunk, when the top bunk is not in use. This room also has a single fitted wardrobe. The bathroom has a modern three-piece suite with shower cubicle with a Mira electric shower, WC and wash hand basin. There is a double mirrored cabinet, shaver point and an electric towel rail.
How to book:
1. Check the calendar for available arrival dates and price for a week stay.
2. Enter your preferred arrival date and contact details on the form.
3. We'll contact you directly to arrange your booking.
Out and About
Set amongst woodland on a private estate, Watendlath Tarn Lodge is in the perfect location for any outdoor enthusiasts, offering a great base for outdoor adventures, whether that be hiking, running, mountain biking, or water sports, you will find Neaum Crag Estate is close to all.
Based close to the Langdale Rambler 516 bus route which runs every hour within the main tourist season you can hop on the bus and let someone else do the driving.
The Village of Ambleside is just a few miles away. There are plenty of outdoor stores for picking up walking, climbing and biking essentials or for advice on where best to visit the Tourist Information and Post Office offers help throughout the year.
You can hop on one of the Windermere Lake Cruises at Waterhead Ambleside, stopping off on the way to visit Brockhole Adventure Centre, or Wray Castle National Trust property, sailing throughout the Year.
Grasmere Village is a short car journey down the steep incline locally known as Red Bank or a leisurely walk through Deer Bolts Woods National Trust Land, passing by the lake shore and entering the Village by The Dale Lodge Hotel and Tweedies Bar, who have an abundant range of local real ales well worth a visit to any real ale enthusiast! Grasmere is made famous by William Wordsworth and by Grasmere Ginger Bread.
After a day out exploring the Lake District why not put your feet up grab a glass or mug of your favorite tipple and watch the native British birds and red squirrels feeding off one of the many bird feeders dotted around the lodge.