South Lakeland Leisure Village, Carnforth

   
Property Name:
The Mallards 17 Capenwray
Property Size:
45ft x 20ft
Bedrooms:
3
Max Occupancy:
6
Pets Welcome:
Children Welcome:
Same Sex Groups:
Smoking Allowed:
Price Range
From £620 per week (low season) to £1200 per week (high season)
Holiday Home Facilities
Toilet
Shower
Bath
Double Glazing
DVD Player
Toaster
Central Heating
Fridge Freezer
Microwave
Television
Iron
Veranda
Parking Bay
Garden Chairs
Dishwasher and washer dryer.
Reviews: 10 / 10 (4 reviews - view details)
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Main Description
The Mallards, 17 Capernwray, is our 45’ by 20’ platinum lodge and family holiday home. It is contemporary, large and luxurious, light and airy, with everything you need for a fantastic holiday. Situated on South Lakeland Leisure Village, the proud recipient of the David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award and a Visit Britain 5* Park. We have a jetty to the private lake for fishing, kayaking, wind surfing or sailing (using your own equipment). The lake has a small beach area; there is a large playing field, leisure facilities, beauty spa and restaurant. The use of the Leisure Centre is not included in the rental of the lodge.
The setting is in an area of outstanding natural beauty a few miles from Arnside, Silverdale and the village of Warton, famed for its connections with George Washington, bordering on to the Lake District National Park, Yorkshire Dales, Morecambe Bay, Lund Valley & Forrest of Boland. Two miles from J35 on the M6 and Carnforth Station, there are connecting buses passing the Leisure Village. The towns of Kendal, Lancaster, Windermere and Blackpool are within easy reach.
The lodge is double glazed with central heating throughout, so whatever time of year you take your holiday you will be able to relax in comfort. As private owners we maintain our lodge to the highest possible standards. It is one of the few south facing privately rented three bed holiday homes on the lake at South Lakeland Leisure Village. There is plenty of room for you to relax and unwind so it is an ideal holiday home for a short break with friends or a family holiday.
The Mallards has a spacious open plan lounge-dining area with two sofas, and a coffee table providing comfortable seating for up to six people. A 42” full HD TV with Free View, DVD player and radio with MP3 docking station are available for your entertainment. Free Wi-Fi is also provided. There is a well-proportioned dining table with six high backed dining chairs. For cooler evenings, there is an electric feature fire.
The kitchen area has an island with a built-under side-by-side fridge freezer and breakfast bar. There is a full-sized oven, hob, microwave, kettle, dishwasher, and toaster. It is fully equipped with all the cooking utensils and crockery that you will need to prepare a snack or a three course meal. Wine and champagne glasses for that special occasion are also provided. The south facing lounge has patio doors and windows overlooking the lake.
The master bedroom has a king-sized bed with en-suite shower, wash basin and toilet. A walk-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and two bedside cabinets provide ample storage space. The second bedroom has a double bed as well as a walk-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and two bedside cabinets. The third bedrooms has two full size single beds, large enough for teenagers or adult friends, plenty of wardrobe storage space and a single bedside cabinet.
The family bathroom has a bath with shower over, wash basin and toilet. We supply duvets, pillows and bed linen for up to six persons. Please supply your towels and tea towels.
There is easy access to the lodge via a few steps. The lobby has an integrated washer dryer. The custom-built raised decking is gated, ideal if you have young children, and has table and chairs – perfect for relaxing, sun bathing and watching the wildlife on the lake. A path alongside the lodge provides access to the private jetty.
There is car parking for two cars alongside.
The price is inclusive of Wi-Fi and all water, gas and electricity. Duvets, pillows, duvet covers, sheets, and pillowcases are provided. Please provide your own, towels and tea towels. Staying here is a chance for the whole family to spend quality time together having fun. You can expect great value and clean and comfortable accommodation in this Platinum grade luxury holiday home.
PRICES RANGE from £ to £ per week.

PLEASE ENQUIRE ABOUT 3/4 NIGHT BREAK PRICES
Booking Notes.
1. A 20% non-refundable deposit secures your booking.
2. Final balance payable 8 weeks before your holiday arrival date.
3. We accept payment by bank transfer and PayPal but funds must be cleared 8 weeks prior to arrival date.
4. A fully refundable £100 Security Deposit will apply to all bookings and is payable with the final payment. It is refundable after checks have been made and found to be satisfactory.
Please submit an email request for the dates you would like to book. Why not book early for next year and get the date you would like.

If you do not want to do any cooking there are many eating establishments located a short distance away.
Please note that the lodge is not suitable for wheelchair users. The Mallards is a no smoking and no pet lodge. We kindly ask guests that do smoke to do so on the balcony using the sand bucket provided.

South Lakeland Leisure Village, nestling between the dramatic landscape of the southern Lake District and the rolling Yorkshire Dales,

Nearby, there are numerous activities available in the local area for those seeking adventure. Those wishing to relax and take advantage of the location won’t be disappointed with the local walks and surrounding countryside. The Carnforth area combines superb countryside with coastal landscapes. Whether you want a gentle walk or cycle along a canal tow path or a more challenging route, you will find it close by.

Nearby leisure activities provide unlimited opportunities - walking, rambling, cycling, sailing, golf, fishing, water sports, climbing, bird watching, horse riding, hill boarding, bowling, paintballing.

Warton Crag, On the lake next door is Pine Lake Water Sports, guests can pre-book Water-skiing, wakeboarding etc. Scuba diving at Capernwray Jack Daw Quarry dive centre, Borwick fisheries, Greenlands Farm, Docker working farm, a must for small children with pony rides and hay rides is only 10 mins away, Lancaster Canal & Tewitfield locks are within walking distance of the lodge. Spend a few hours on the Carnforth canal water bus service to Lancaster return the same way or cycle or bus back.

Carnforth railway station, famous from the film "Brief Encounter" is nearby and has been restored to its former glory and has a steam train museum. Situated near Arnside and Silverdale areas of outstanding natural beauty the park’s location is perfect for exploring the many delights this wonderful area has to offer. There is Leighton Moss for bird lovers. Nearby is Leighton Hall, home of the Gillow furniture makers. The house, containing many fine examples of Gillow''s furniture, is open to the public. They also hold regular falconry displays.

A short drive from the leisure village lies Morecambe Bay, a stretch of coastline spanning Cumbria and Lancashire and encompassing everything from the historic city of Lancaster to the tiny villages of Lindale. This haven for wildlife spans 195 square miles from Walney Island to Fleetwood and 120 square miles are exposed as golden sands during low tides. These sands, and the areas of salt marsh that border them, are a wintering and passage area for waders and wildfowl and a rich breeding ground - so much so that the bay is considered the most important estuary in Britain for its total wader population, and the third most important in Europe.

It is also only a short drive to the seaside resort of Morecambe and the historic market town of Lancaster, with its Castle, lively shops, bars and restaurants. Golf Courses within easy reach include Morecambe, Lancaster, Heysham, Kendal, Silverdale, Kirkby Lonsdale and Grange over Sands. All these courses welcome visitors and all have fabulous views.

To the east of South Lakeland Leisure Village lies an area of great scenic beauty - the Yorkshire Dales. A collection of rolling green hills, river valleys, dramatic waterfalls and limestone scars, pavements and caves, much of this awe-inspiring landscape is classified as a National Park while all of it has something to offer - whether you want peace and solitude, adventure or merely the chance to relax and explore the charming villages and market towns. Kirby Lonsdale, and Ingelton & Clapen caves are an easy drive away.

What is there to do in Cumbria & The Lakes?, Long sandy beaches and rugged sea cliffs, sparkling lakes and breathtaking mountain views – discover the delights of the landscape that inspired some of England’s greatest writers when you stay at our lodge. And whether you’re looking for a fun-filled family break or just to get away from it all, you’ll find the perfect holiday right here. The region has heart-stopping scenery – including England's five highest mountains and deepest lake, two national parks, three areas of outstanding beauty and much more.

Cumbria's rich natural environment is simply unique and you will never get bored. England's largest national park is also home to thriving communities, bustling villages and towns and some of the best walking, climbing and cycling terrain in the world. The auld grey town of Kendal just a 20 minute drive away, world-famous Windermere within half an hour's reach, and picturesque Ullswater and Keswick to the north, only an hour away.

Hire a boat and take to the water at Coniston, explore the acclaimed 30 acre Thomas Mawson designed Arts and Crafts garden at the Brockhole Visitor Centre overlooking Windermere or learn a little about the local legends and literary greats such as Beatrix Potter and Wordsworth by visiting the homes they lived in and the places that inspired them. Amidst the high hills and stunning scenery of the Lake District National Park you can enjoy a fantastic range of activities from extreme sports to relaxing walks, while all along the coast, as well as on the majestic lakes themselves, you’ll find centers for water sports of all kinds. Exploring the great outdoors you will discover some of the most beautiful scenery along with an amazing wealth of flora and fauna.

Come down from the fells to discover the unique culture and personality of Cumbria's towns and villages. The stunning Cumbrian landscape isn't just a natural phenomenon. There is also a social landscape to explore that has been formed over thousands of years and continues to be shaped by modern culture. From poignant ruins to local legends and literary works, the region's history and heritage has played a defining role in the county's identity. From the vibrant, cosmopolitan city of Carlisle and the historical appeal of Kendal to the cobbled streets of Ulverston and the market town charm of Penrith. Each has a story to tell you.

There are numerous activities available in the local area for those seeking adventure. Centrally located for numerous places to visit Cumbria is also lucky to have many historic houses that are home to magnificent gardens, some world famous, as well as award-winning gardens in their own right that have been lovingly pruned and tended over the years. Parks make great days out too and there is no shortage of wide open spaces where you can have fun and enjoy the clean, fresh air.

Leighton Hall and Levens Hall are all close by, While you’ll find traditional seaside entertainments in charming coastal towns and villages, there are great days out inland too. Be sure to visit Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum in Grasmere as well as Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top farmhouse near Sawrey. And a scenic cruise on an old fashioned steamer on Lake Windermere could be a highlight of lodge holidays.

What makes The Mallards so special is the fantastic location, and excellent standard. We can accommodate your holiday needs at any time of the year at this fully equipped lodge.

Holiday Park Facilities
(Some facilities may require membership)
Pub/Club, Fishing, Indoor Pool, Laundrette, Takeaway, Restaurant, South Lakeland Leisure Village is an exclusive development of superior holiday homes and luxury lodges. Set around a picturesque lake in 43 acres of beautifully-maintained grounds, it's accredited as a visit Britain 5 Star Park and has been the recipient of the David Bellamy Gold conservation award for several years. The Village has 5 star leisure facilities incorporating swimming pool, gymnasium and steam room. Passes are available from Pure Leisure Reception at extra cost. Pure Beauty has tranquil treatment suites for well deserved pampering treatments. Waters Edge Bar and Restaurant is a family orientated restaurant open daily offering a variety of dishes. Why not have coffee, or something a little stronger, on the waterfront terrace or pizzas in the gazebo? An A La Carte menu is served daily. Sunday lunches and special deals for 2 course meals are available. You can order a takeaway from the bar. The lake is available for guests to kayak, windsurf and sail, using your own non-motorised craft. Fishing is also allowed on the lake or you could take a short walk across the road and use one of the sites there. The man-made beach is very popular with younger guests who love to play in the sand; parents love it too, as they can sit on the terrace, in full view of the children, and relax with a coffee from the bar.
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Customer Reviews

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Reviewer Type:
Group of Friends
Date of Stay:
7th July 2017 - 21st July 2017
Overall Rating:
10 / 10
Scores:
Accommodation: 10.0
Caravan Facilities: 10.0
Cleanliness: 10.0
Customer Service: 10.0
Value for Money: 10.0
Customer Comments:
We really enjoyed our stay. It was so much better than I expected. Everything was so perfect. The lodge was very spacious and clean. And the surroundings were beautiful. Sitting on the deck made looking at the water so relaxing. That is what a vacation is all about. If I was to come back to England I would definitely stay at this lodge. Thank you so much.
Reviewer Type:
Family with Younger Children
Date of Stay:
11th August 2016 - 15th August 2016
Overall Rating:
10 / 10
Scores:
Accommodation: 10.0
Caravan Facilities: 10.0
Cleanliness: 10.0
Customer Service: 10.0
Value for Money: 10.0
Customer Comments:
Lovely cabin, with everything you need to enjoy your stay, I would certainly recommend anybody to stay here. It is clean & modern, and a lovely large open living/ dinning / kitchen area.
Reviewer Type:
Family with Younger Children
Date of Stay:
11th August 2016 - 15th August 2016
Overall Rating:
10 / 10
Scores:
Accommodation: 10.0
Caravan Facilities: 10.0
Cleanliness: 10.0
Customer Service: 10.0
Value for Money: 10.0
Customer Comments:
Lovely cabin, with everything you need to enjoy your stay, I would certainly recommend anybody to stay here. It is clean & modern, and a lovely large open living/ dinning / kitchen area.
Reviewer Type:
Family with Younger Children
Date of Stay:
13th October 2014 - 19th October 2014
Overall Rating:
10 / 10
Scores:
Accommodation: 10.0
Caravan Facilities: 10.0
Cleanliness: 10.0
Customer Service: 10.0
Value for Money: 10.0
Customer Comments:
We had a very comfortable week here lodge is very lovely and clean modern no faults what so ever would recommend to anyone great Base for travelling the lakes only thing I would recommend for the site is a play park for kids and more for them on site
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