Ullswater Heights – Penrith
Ullswater Heights - Penrith
Location and Surrounding Area
The Victory Parkview Lodge is a luxurious open plan Lodge in the Ullswater Heights Holiday Homes and Lodge Park. Situated between the Lake District National Park and the North Pennines, the perfect location this fabulous park has to offer. With the lakes, mountains, and pretty villages on your doorstep there is plenty to explore. The park itself has an on-site Lake House restaurant which offers homemade classics created from locally sourced Lakeland ingredients. There are also plenty of activities to enjoy from adventure golf, archery, and a children’s play area so there is plenty of fun to be had by the whole family. There is also an on-site activity centre offering a range of craft workshops, activities, and games.
The park is located above the glacial lake of Ullswater, which is the second largest lake in the region after Windermere. The pretty little village of Pooley Bridge is only 4.9 miles away and straddles the River Eamont at the head of Ullswater in the beautiful Eden Valley. The two main streets are lined with greystone houses and there are a number of shops, teashops, bars/restaurants overlooking the lake and the river.
The nearby historic market town of Penrith is just 4.4 miles away, situated in one of England’s richest agricultural areas. Penrith has a great deal to offer with its cobbled lanes and plenty of independent shops, high street brands, market stalls and specialist retailers. After a day shopping and sightseeing why not watch the world go by and enjoy one the many boutique cafes or unwind in one of the fabulous restaurants offering fine dining and world cuisine or enjoy a lively evening of entertainment from pubs, cinemas, and theatres.
The market town of Keswick, situated between the mountains of Skiddaw and the beauty of Derwentwater is 17 miles away, and is the major centre for tourism in the northern Lake District. This pretty market town offers a wide range of attractions for visitors, from shops and restaurants to museums and of course, all the water sports available on lake Derwentwater. The heart of Keswick is the Market Square, a pedestrianised area ringed with shops, many specialising in outdoor clothing and equipment. A short walk from the Market Square are two large public parks with superb children’s play areas and riverside picnic tables. At the southern end of the Lake District and located 27 miles away, is the market town of Kendal, famous for its mint cake. Today the town is home to a thriving retail sector, which includes five shopping arcades. With the town centre mostly pedestrianised, Kendal offers a relaxing shopping experience. Kendal also boasts two castles, two museums and a host of historical buildings and bridges.
The Lodge has an open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen which is fitted with everything you need to enjoy your holiday. The kitchen is equipped with crockery, cutlery, a cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, and washing machine. The living area provides a great practical space for families with plenty of room for entertaining with patio doors to create the perfect indoor/outdoor space on a summer’s day.
The Lodge sleeps a maximum of 6 people. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room. There are also two twin bed bedrooms with a separate family bathroom with a shower over the bath.