Welcome to Elder Lodges Windermere - Dog Friendly Holiday Accommodation

With their countryside setting and breathtaking scenery, Elder Lodges in Windermere are perfect for walkers and dog owners, providing direct access to popular Lakeland fells.

There are many unique characteristics that make Elder Lodges a great choice for your holiday in the Lake District. Elder Lodges natural surroundings include the famous peaks of Froswick, High Street and Yoke in addition to the Troutbeck stream running through the centre of the park. With mature trees, a range of wildlife and Lakeland stone buildings, Elder Lodges really does capture the very essence of the Lake District National Park. Elder Lodges may be a haven for walkers and climbers but it's also a brilliant base for a whole range of outdoor activities, including pony trekking.

Whatever your age, the assortment of facilities at Elder Lodges offer something for everyone, from the fully equipped wooden adventure playground to keep the children entertained to The Haybarn, a traditional Lakeland pub serving a superb range of meals and if you enjoy sampling a range of Cumberland ales then The Haybarn is the perfect place to relax as there is a great selection available!

Limefitt is very much dog friendly.  There are plenty of dog poo bins around the site, dogs must always be kept on a lead but there is a secure dog field where they can run freely.

Elder Lodges are ideally situated for you to enjoy all that a Lake District holiday has to offer, leisure activities including walking, sailing, cycling, fishing, golf, climbing and bird watching can all be enjoyed close by. Or, if you would like to unwind then why not use Limefitt as a base to explore some of the local towns such as Windermere, Bowness and Ambleside with its abundance of highly recommended restaurants.

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Places to visit and things to do:

Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway
Heritage narrow gauge steam railway linking the coastal village of Ravenglass to the Eskdale Valley at the foot of England's highest mountains.

Quaker Tapestry Museum
This international exhibition reveals a wealth of fascinating stories within 77 colourful panels - like the Bayeux Tapestry in pieces!

Lakeland Miniature Village
A fascinating insight to the buildings of Lakeland's yesteryear with over 100 buildings made from local Coniston slate. These miniature buildings include classics such as the home of Beatrix Potter.

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