We have been enjoying fabulous summer weather since the beginning of June and cannot believe just how hot and sunny it is most everyday. With little wind and bright blue skies, Summer 2104 is turning out so far to be one of the ‘hot ones’ since our tenure at Blenheim Lodge in 2002. For those of you looking out for a last minute Summer break, we still have late availability, including the August Bank Holiday long weekend. Why not come and enjoy the English Lake District with us?
Our late rooms available include accommodation for double, single, twin and triple occupancy. All rooms have shower en-suites, bar one, which has a private bathroom with a clawfoot slipper bath and a handheld shower. For those of you who enjoy looking out over outstanding Lake and mountain views, we have rooms with just those views! Indeed, all our bedrooms offer views of Lake Windermere and the mountains, except one, which has a view of the National Trust countryside and woodlands.
If you are looking to capture some romance on your break away, how about ordering champagne, handmade chocolate truffles and flowers to add to your escape in a four-poster room? We can even help to arrange a dinner or lunch cruise for you during your stay at Blenheim Lodge.
Although mostly used for double occupancy, why not consider The Fairfield or The Dalesway rooms if you are looking for twin or triple accommodation? The Fairfield has a single bed and a kingsize bed, and The Dalesway has a double bed and a single bed. We only charge for a third person if there is a third person staying in either room.
Of course if you want a quiet retreat or prefer to have a single room, how about booking any one of the three single en-suite rooms that we have? These comfy rooms also offer lovely Lake Windermere and mountain views.
Finally, here is a photo of one of the views from our guest house to whet your appetite!
Blenheim Lodge . . . panoramic Lake views, peace and tranquillity, nestled against acres of beautiful fields and woodlands, in the heart of the English Lake District National Park.’