Historic Homes & Gardens
Poet Laureate William Wordsworth’s Dove Cottage is well preserved, as is Wordsworth House, which is presented in authentic 1700s detail.
Muncaster Castle boasts a ghost or two, wild woodland gardens, and a Hawk & Owl Centre where you can get up close and personal to a hawk on a Hawk Walk.
Meticulously maintained and presented the way Beatrix Potter left it, Hill Top is the Lake District’s most visited literary shrine.
Built between 1898-1900, Blackwell is a Grade I listed Arts and Crafts house featuring a magnificent great hall and retaining many of its original features.
For a scenic way to visit Brantwood, home to John Ruskin, writer, artist, and social thinker, why not sail in style on Coniston Water in a restored Victorian gondola?
Townend, Cumbria’s famous statesman house, was built in 1626 by Yeoman Browne, and remained in the family until 1943. It is presented much as the family kept it.
Get in Touch
Contact us by Email
When you email us, we will always reply as soon as possible, and will also always endeavour to answer any questions you might have about a break with us at Blenheim Lodge. Guests can also book accommodation with us via email.
Contact us by Phone
For a more personal service, please feel free to contact us by phone. This is a great option particularly for anyone who prefers to get a feel of us and our B&B before making a booking. It is also an easy way to obtain information almost immediately regarding a stay here at Blenheim Lodge and in the Lake District in general.
Phone: +44 (0)15394 43440
Visit us in Person
If you are planning a getaway in our peaceful relaxing corner of the world, please do give us a call or email to find out more about our Bed and Breakfast accommodation at Blenheim Lodge or to book. And if you are already in Bowness on Windermere, please feel free to drop by and check us out for a special place to stay!