Badgers Walk is located at the base of the beautiful Langdale valley in a completely secluded position overlooking a small tarn - an area that offers some of the finest walking!
The spectacular scenery in this breathtaking setting must be seen to be fully appreciated and this small two-person retreat is a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life.
This contemporary ground floor holiday cottage provides everything you need to have a relaxing and comfortable holiday. One of a selection of apartments and cabins dotted amongst the trees, Badgers Walk benefits from excellent on-site facilities that guests have free use of in the small leisure complex including a swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi for a relaxing bubble at the end of the day and games room to keep the younger ones entertained (open between March - November inc). There is also a little shop and communal laundry facilities in the complex and a wider range of leisure facilities can be found at Low Wood Hotel in Ambleside (a free pass is available for guests).
The Lake District is renowned for its pure natural beauty and fantastic range of outdoor pursuits. It provides a plethora of excellent visitor attractions, events and festivals to suit all ages and tastes. Take a nostalgic step back in time at one of the interesting museums or South Lakeland's historic house, relax on a lake cruise or steam railway or discover the lives of famous literary characters such as John Ruskin, William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter whose homes are open to the public.
Whether you are looking for a relaxing romantic break or a walking holiday, this popular wonderful setting provides an ideal retreat for two.
Brian Blackburn joined Independent Cottages in October 2008
The accommodation comprises:
Additional information: Night storage heaters. Prices include services and linen and free pass for local leisure facilities.
Star Rating: 3 Star
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Price includes bedding, towels, electric and free access to onsite leisure club (1st March to 15th November only)