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High Borrans Windermere Lodges

High Borrans Windermere Lodges
Address: High Borrans Windermere Lodges
High Borrans Farm
Town: Near Windermere
County: Cumbria
Postcode: LA23 1JS
Telephone: 01229 860206
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High Borrans Windermere Lodges

Two beautifully situated luxury timber lodges high in the Lake District Fells
Bookings and more details: 01229 860206

high_borrans_lodges4.jpgHigh Borrans Windermere Lodges are Nordic-style luxury timber lodges which are situated high in the Lake District fells on a working hill farm. These two cosy log cabins are both superbly appointed and provide the perfect self-catering get-away for couples seeking peace and quiet amidst some stunning Lake District scenery.

The tiny settlement of
High Borrans is located well off the beaten track in the fells between Troutbeck and Kentmere, very close to Windermere. The cosy timber lodges provide the perfect holiday accommodation for romantic breaks away from it all or as a base for fell walkers. Although in a quiet, rural location, High Borrans Lodges are conveniently situated, being a short drive from the main access road into the Lake District (A591). Windermere, Bowness and Ambleside are only a few minutes drive away and the M6 just 20 minutes away.


High Borrans Lodges - Rydal and Far Sawrey

The High Borrans Lodges near Windermere, 'Rydal' and 'Far Sawrey', are cosy Nordic-style log cabins built to the highest specification both inside and out. The luxury lodges provide tasteful and romantic self-catering accommodation for couples, with all the conveniences that today's discerning holidaymakers require.


'Rydal' and 'Far Sawrey' are identically finished and equipped. With central heating throughout, the twin lodges are totally energy-efficient and their bright and airy design is complemented by high-quality wool-mix carpets and luxurious soft furnishings in warm country tones. The entrance hallway has an enclosed and heated coat cupboard to store wet coats and boots and the living room features comfortable seating, stove-effect fire, FreeSat TV and DVD player. The area is lit by tasteful wall lighting and a table lamp and the dining area is equipped with dining table and chairs, and an integrated radio with MP3 connectivity.

The bedroom features a high-quality contemporary style kingsize bed with large walk-in wardrobe. The luxuriously appointed bathroom comprises a large walk-in shower, WC, 'his and hers' washbasins and towel warmer. The kitchen is also very well appointed with electric oven and gas hob, toaster, dishwasher, microwave and fridge-freezer.

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Dog Friendly Accommodation

Dogs are welcome at High Borrans Lodges, subject to certain conditions - being a working farm!
For full details, see the Booking Conditions.

High Borrans Farm

High Borrans Windermere Lodges are located high in the Lake District on High Borrans Farm. The 1000 acre working hill farm has a flock of 1200 Swaledale ewes and about 25 beef suckler cows. The land rises to around 1300 feet on heather-clad fell tops that were formerly used for grouse shooting.

These days the farm is a great environment for nature lovers. The farmland is an Entry/Higher Level Environmental Stewardship Scheme and parts are designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Don't be surprised if out on the fells you glimpse red and roe deer, and closer to the farm, tawny and barn owls and many varieties of bats reside in the old barns. White-clawed crayfish -
Britain's only native crayfish - thrive in Dubbs Reservoir, Dubbs Beck, Borrans Reservoir and the River Gowan.

High Borrans Windermere Lodges
Bookings and more details: 01229 860206

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