• Onsite leisure complex, swimming pool, sauna, gym
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Garden/Patio
  • Outdoor hot tub
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Dickens Lodge

  • Outdoor Hot tub
  • Pet Friendly
  • Ground Floor Accommodation
  • Onsite Facilities
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Wansfell View

  • Pet friendly
  • Onsite pub/shop 5 min walk
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Enclosed decking area with BBQ
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Owls Nook

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Lakeside location
  • Onsite leisure facilities
  • 4 x TVs 1 with Sky sports

Relax in your own Troutbeck Hot Tub Lodge!

Lodge in Troutbeck with Hot tub

Looking for a lodge with a hot tub in idyllic surroundings? Look no further, Troutbeck, situated in the heart of the Lake District is the perfect destination for a relaxing break. Lodges with hot tubs are increasing in popularity and it's easy to see why, not only do they add a little luxury to your holiday they also melt away the stresses of everyday life.

Who wouldn't love sinking into your own private jacuzzi at the end of a fun-packed day? Sipping on a glass of something cold and taking in the wonderful views of the UK's largest national park.

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to cabins and lodges with hot tubs in the Troutbeck, whether you are looking to celebrate a special occasion in style, take the dog with you on holiday or have an adventurous time with the kids, this charming hamlet has it all

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Most lodges sleep 4-8 people great for families, there are also reasonably priced smaller lodges with hot t7fgfggftubs that are perfect for couples wanting a romantic break. For larger celebrations and family get togethers there are large luxurious cabins that offer all your home comforts and more.

About Troutbeck​

The home of the late famous children's author Beatrix Potter, Troutbeck is a charming little hamlet that stands on the old coach road from Windermere to Penrith on the west side of Troutbeck Valley close to the Kirkstone Pass with spectacular views over the surrounding hills and fells. The scattering of historic dwellings all built using local stone include 26 listed buildings which date from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Truly unique this picturesque village boasts 3 traditional pubs, a highly-regarded tearoom and the 16th century Jesus Church, with its famous east window designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones.

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Things to Do and Places to Visit in Troutbeck

The World of Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter lived at Troutbeck Park farm where she bred a fine flock of the rare Herdwick Sheep. The farm was left by the Peter Rabbit author to the National Trust as were the sheep. In the nearby town of Bowness, you can visit the World of Beatrix Potter a fantastic attraction loved by children and adults alike. Spend some time in Peter Rabbit's garden or in the kitchen of Mrs Tiggywinkle, before treating yourself to some homemade cake at the award-winning tearoom and buying a few souvenirs at the giftshop.

Watersports

Troutbeck meanders down to the shores of the biggest lake in England at over ten and a half miles long you won't be surprised to learn that the choice of water based activities is second to none. Some may prefer to relax on one of the many boat cruises or spend the day sailing while the more adventurous may want to try something new such as knee-boarding, kayaking or water-skiing. If you are a watersport enthusiast Troutbeck is the perfect destination and you won't be disappointed.

Hiking

There are numerous walks right on your doorstep when you stay in Troutbeck, follow footpaths to the top of Wansfell ridge for spectacular views over Ambleside and Windermere or take a gentle stroll down to the lakeside. Whether you are alone with family or just with your dog the scenery is out of this world, waterfalls, streams, craggy hills, and forests it is well worth the uphill treks, especially when you know you are returning to a relaxing soak in your own private hot tub.

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Brockhole Visitor Centre

A girl enjoying a zipwire ride

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A perfect day out for all the family, Brockhole visitor centre has something for all ages. Situated between Windermere and Ambleside with magnificent mountain views, you can explore the 30 acres of beautiful grounds, picnic on a secluded beach by the water or indulge in something more energetic like the tree-top trails,

With 35 challenges including rope bridges, aerial obstacles and an exhilarating zipwire ride down to the shore, it is great fun for the kids as well as adults.

You can hire a rowing boat, go kayaking or cruise across the lake. There is also archery, pony rides, bike-hire, an adventure playground and mini golf, plenty to keep both young and old occupied, along with a terrace cafe with stunning views of the lake serving home cooked dishes and local ales and of course a well-stocked gift shop for all your souvenirs.

Townend House

Townend House Dining Area

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Situated in Troutbeck itself you will find Townend House, with over 20,000 visitors a year this 16th century grade 1 listed building is well worth a visit. It gives an insight into the lives of Lake District farmers over the centuries and was donated to the National Trust by the Browne family in 1943.

The library at Townend House is the Trust's 3rd most important and it contains books dating back to 1548. The furniture has some exquisite carvings and the many nooks and cranny make this lovely building a great way to spend an afternoon, before heading back to your hot tub hideaway.

The library at Townend House is the Trust's 3rd most important and it contains books dating back to 1548. The furniture has some exquisite carvings and the many nooks and cranny make this lovely building a great way to spend an afternoon, before heading back to your hot tub hideaway.

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