Set on the edge of the Greystoke Forest, Thanet Well Lodge Retreat offers an idyllic setting to explore the spectacular charms of The Lake District

w2After a day of walking in wellies, mountaineering or even pub-hunting, the oh-so luxurious Thanet Well lodges provide the perfect setting to relax and recharge before the chaos of Christmas begins.

w1There’s a range of holiday lodges to discover, all of which can sleep up to six people, available for stellar holiday breaks – whether you’re part of a twosome longing for a quiet, romantic break, or part of a family looking for an action-packed Lakes holiday.

You’ll find numerous lakes nearby – no more than a 30-minute drive – allowing you to discover the stunning scenery and great walking routes around you. The bustling market towns of Keswick and Penrith are also within easy reach, where there are many cool cafes, cosy pubs and restaurants where you can dig in to the delicious local produce. Market days are Tuesday and Saturday in Keswick and Saturday in Penrith.

The Lake District is world-renowned for its natural beauty and all of the lodges have been sympathetically designed to blend seamlessly into the natural surroundings. Picture yourself on a peaceful lodge break near the lakeside, snuggled up in cosy surroundings, while admiring the breathtaking views across open moorland towards Carrock Fell.

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