Brockwood Hall Lodges in Millom

Welcome to Brockwood Hall Lodges in Millom offering a choice of 8 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Brockwood Hall Lodges including Brockwood Hall Lodges photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Brockwood Hall Lodges online securely. Brockwood Hall Lodges is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Millom or Cumbria & The Lakes.

Brockwood Hall Lodges is part of our Wanderwood Lodge Holidays Collection, beautifully set off the beaten track down the picturesque winding roads of the Lake District’s Whicham Valley. Dotted throughout ancient woodland and surrounded by the majestic Blackcombe and Whitecombe Hills, this unique retreat is perfect for couples, families and friends looking to escape the hustle and bustle. Each Scandinavian-inspired lodge boasts clever styling to bring the outside in through colour, texture and finish, with decks creating idyllic venues for soaking up the stunning scenery of rich green forests and star-spangled nights from your very own outdoor hot tub. Pull on your boots and get busy exploring, bug-hunting or deer and badger-spotting on Brockwood’s own nature trail. Alternatively head out to the Lakes with a picnic for a day’s walking, riding, cycling or sailing, finishing off with supper at Clara’s excellent on-site restaurant!. Indoor heated pool. Wi-Fi access. Pesto Restaurant and bar. Clara’s Restaurant with fine dining. Communal barbecue area. Children’s play gym. Woodland walks. Bistro/coffee shop. Pesto Restaurant and Clara’s Restaurant - closed Mon and Tue. All facilities available for all dates.

A selection of traditional two and three bedroom lodges set in a wooded hillside location, all with balcony or verandah.

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • TV with Freeview/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Sauna (in Maple and Helvellyn lodges only)
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Balcony/verandah with garden furniture
  • Double glazed
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets welcome for free (max 2) (in specific lodges only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Brockwood Hall Lodges have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Single Sex Parties Welcome
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Launderette
  • Hot Tub
  • Non Smoking
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

Accommodation at Brockwood Hall Lodges

Heritage Lodge (Lodge)

Heritage Lodge

Modern and cosy lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower and separate shower room. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with doors leading out to verandah with views across the valley. Outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Moore Cottage (Cottage)

Moore Cottage

Fully refurbished in 2017. Historical two-storey cottage. Ground floor: Living area leading to a snug. Open plan kitchen/dining area with utility room. Dishwasher. First floor: Two doubles, one with ensuite bathroom with bath and separate shower and one with bath with overhead shower. Underfloor heating throughout. Barbecue. Patio with outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Duddon Lodge (Lodge)

Typical Duddon Lodge

New in 2017. Spacious and comfortable lodge with one double and one twin or double (please check when booking). Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Dishwasher. Balcony with covered outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Helvellyn Lodge (Lodge)

Typical Helvellyn Lodge

Very comfortable lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower and separate shower room with sauna. Dishwasher. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area leading onto terrace with outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Sauna

Maple Lodge (Lodge)

Maple Lodge

Traditional lodge with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower and separate sauna. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area leading onto verandah. Outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Sauna

Windermere Lodge (Lodge)

Windermere Lodge

Spacious lodge with one king size double with ensuite shower, one twin and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area leading onto balcony. Dishwasher. Outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms

Viken Lodge (Lodge)

Typical Viken Lodge

Superb two storey lodge with spectacular views across the valley and out to sea. Ground floor: One double with ensuite shower. Two twin both with ensuite bath with overhead shower. Modern, open plan kitchen/dining area with French doors leading out to decking. First floor: Spacious living area with pull down double bed. Dishwasher. Outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Derwent Lodge (Lodge)

Derwent Lodge

Traditional lodge with one double and one twin. Shower. Kitchen with breakfast bar and living area with doors leading out to verandah. Outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

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Things to do near Brockwood Hall Lodges

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Morecambe Beach, Morecambe - 20.5 Miles away

Morecambe Beach holds a special place in a lot of people's holiday memories and, following years of investment, the locals are now proud of their new 5 mile stretch of glistening sandy beach.

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St Bee's Beach, St. Bees - 20.5 Miles away

This is a magical beach – if you have young children, they will love searching the rock pools for starfish, crabs and small fish. Relax and soak up the dramatic scenery or take a walk along the coastline.

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Dow Crag & Coniston Walk, Coniston - 11.6 Miles away

Beginning with a cruise on Coniston Water, the walk then passes through woodland, mines and cliffs. At about 12 hours, the walk usually takes about 7 hours.

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Loughrigg & Grasmere Walk, Ambleside - 17.7 Miles away

A guided walk with superb views of Windermere. You walk along Grasmere and the onto the famous 'Coffin Road' passing Rydal Mount and Rydal Hall.

Location: Ambleside   More Details »

Easedale Skyline Walk, Grasmere - 17.9 Miles away

The stunning views from the top of Helm Crag make the steep climb from Grasmere all the more worthwhile. The whole walk will talk approximately 7 hours to complete at about 9 miles long.

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Fairfield Horseshoe Walk, Ambleside - 18 Miles away

A circular walk starting in Ambleside and following the skyline reaches Faitfield summit. A walk of about 10 miles, giving you roughly 7 hours to enjoy the glorious scenery.

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Eaves Wood, Silverdale - 19.5 Miles away

Owned by the National Trust, Eaves Wood, with its open glades and hazel coppice, is a great place for walking. Also, the ""Pepper Pot"", built to celebrate the jubilee of Queen Victoria, commands spectacular views of Silverdale and across to Morecambe Bay.

Location: Silverdale

Cycling in Lancashire, Lancaster - 23.5 Miles away

You'll have all the time in the world to enjoy the fantastic views on a wide range of cycle routes, from the gentle to the more energetic, taking you on a scenic tour of Lancashire.

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Cedar Manor, Windemere - 17.4 Miles away

Cedar Manor, built in 1854 and located in the heart of the Lake District, provides a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for a drink or meal after long walks in spectacular scenery.

Location: Windemere

Rothay Manor, Ambleside - 17.6 Miles away

Rothay Manor is an elegant country house hotel, with a well known restaurant, situated in the heart of the Lake District.

Location: Ambleside

The Jumble Room, Grasmere - 17.7 Miles away

A fresh little place where superb food, cooked to perfection, is served in warm and friendly surroundings. Small and busy, so booking is essential.

Location: Grasmere

The Priest Hole, Ambleside - 17.9 Miles away

Lovingly restored 16th century Kelsick Hall is the location of the Priest Hole restaurant, serving a Mediterranean and English menu, all freshly prepared in their own kitchen.

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The Albion, Arnside - 18.2 Miles away

Ideally located on the promenade at Arnside, The Albion pub is the perfect place to sit and watch the world go by or to enjoy a spectacular sunset over Morecambe Bay.

Location: Arnside

The Ship Inn, Milnthorpe - 19.5 Miles away

The Ship Inn, situated in the village of Sandside is a particular favourite among real ale enthusiasts. Spectacular views across the Kent estuary and Coniston Old Man are an added bonus!

Location: Milnthorpe

The New Inn, Carnforth - 21.7 Miles away

Located in the quaint village of Yealand Conyers, the 15th-century New Inn is always welcoming. Renowned for its impressive and varied menu of dishes using fresh local ingredients, it also offers a selection of locally brewed real ales. The fabulous scenery surrounding The New Inn makes it a particular favourite with locals.

Location: Carnforth

The Barbon Inn, Lonsdale - 28.6 Miles away

This 17th century coaching inn has retained much of its original character including the open log fire in the bar. Featured in the 'Good Pub Guide', it specialises in locally brewed beers.

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Fell Foot Park , Ulverston - 13.4 Miles away

With substantial access to the lakeshore of Windermere, there are some fine picnic areas and rowing boat hire; ideal for family visits. Enjoy your picnic and take in the fabulous views of the lakeland fells.

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Levens Hall & Gardens, Kendal - 20.3 Miles away

Levens Hall is a large Elizabethan House and Grade I listed building, dating mostly from the 1690s, with fantastic garden surrounding it for walks and relaxing afternoons taking in the scenery. Admire the beautiful rose garden, immaculate bowling green and some of the oldest topiary in the world.

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Mirehouse and Gardens, Keswick - 27.5 Miles away

These large grounds include access to Bassenthwaite lake, a wildflower meadow, walled garden and path maze. For children, there are also four woodland adventure playgrounds. It is also a great place for a spot of bird watching and due to the importance placed on the sight, it will hopefully remain unspoilt for a long time to come.

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South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Dalton in Furness - 7 Miles away

Europe's most interactive animal park renowned for just how close you can get! You can hand feed giraffes, walk amongst and hand feed wallabies, kangaroos and many more. A truly memorable day out.

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Lakes Aquarium , Ulverston - 13.2 Miles away

There are more than 30 spectacular, naturally themed habitats that show the diversity of life in the lakes including the menacing pike, eels, perch and many more.

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World of Beatrix Potter, Bowness on Windermere - 16.6 Miles away

There is even more to see and do here now as it's just undergone a whole new refurbishment! Now all 23 of Beatrix Potter's tales are brought to life in three dimensions.

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Muncaster Castle, Revenglass - 8.4 Miles away

The Pennington family home since at least 1208, this impressive castle is now open for all to see. Built on Roman foundations, modifications and enhancements have been made over time as the family became more entwined in Royalty and politics. The castle itself has played an extremely important role in shaping the course of British history. Visitors can now enjoy Sino-Himalayan gardens, a meadowole maze, the world owl centre, Muncaster Interactive, numerous walks and trails, a playground, a café and a plant centre – a wonderful day out for all.

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The Dock Museum , Barrow in Furness - 9.6 Miles away

Explore the fascinating history of Barrow in Furness, and discover how it grew from a tiny 19th century hamlet to the biggest iron and steel centre in the world, and a major ship-building force, in just 40 years.

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Conishead Buddhist Temple, Ulverston - 10 Miles away

Providing a place for quiet spiritual reflection and inspiration, the temple is used everyday for meditation and prayers. Just looking at the temple with a happy mind brings inner peace.

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Lakeland Motor Museum , Newby Bridge - 12.7 Miles away

Over 30,000 motoring related exhibits including many reminiscent rarities, tastefully presented in a rather quaint former shire horse stables and courtyard setting.

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Honister Slate Mine , Keswick - 18.8 Miles away

A fully guided tour into the mine itself is available several times a day, detailing the history and spectacular features of the mine. The tour also shows the current mine workings.

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Lancaster Castle , Lancaster - 23.5 Miles away

As well as being a fortification, Lancaster Castle is also one of Europe's longest serving prisons. The Famous Pendle Witches were tried, convicted and sentenced to death here.

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Wordsworth House & Garden, Cockermouth - 28.9 Miles away

At Wordsworth House you can meet the servants, help them with their daily jobs and cook historic goodies in the working Georgian kitchen, getting a real sense of life in the childhood home of the poet.

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Leighton Moss Nature Reserve, Silverdale - 20 Miles away

Leighton Moss Nature Reserve is situated near the village of Silverdale in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The largest reed-bed in North-West England, it provides a habitat for an exceptional variety of birds, including marsh harriers, avocets and bearded tits. Nature trails, hides and the option of a home-made meal in the tearoom makes a visit to Leighton Moss a memorable day out.

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Climb 365 , Windermere - 17.1 Miles away

Climb 365 offers family adventure days which are specifically designed around the ages, abilities and needs of your family. Take a trip back into nature on these Cumbrian courses in climbing. Soak up the truly beautiful scenery as you battle with the elements!

Location: Windermere   More Details »

Low Wood Watersports, Windermere - 17.4 Miles away

Watersports activity centre with a wide range of equipment available and a great location for waterskiing, windsurfing, sailing and canoeing – just a few of the activities on offer.

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Holgates Leisure Club, Silverdale - 18.6 Miles away

This leisure club offers a range of facilities including a 17m swimming pool, spa pool, steam room and sauna - as well as general fun sessions for all the family.

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Silverdale Golf Club, Silverdale - 20 Miles away

Situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Silverdale Golf Club is a course of many characters. Each hole has a character all of its own. With spectacular scenery at ever turn, Silverdale is a golfer's delight whatever age or ability.

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St Bee's Golf Club, St. Bees - 21.1 Miles away

Beautifully designed golf course by the sea for great views while you are playing a relaxing round. Established in 1906 by the school, the current course was built in 1929 and has gone from strength to strength ever since.

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Pine Lake Watersports, Carnforth - 22.6 Miles away

This 70 acre watersports lake offers activities such as sailing, canoeing and waterskiing. If required, tuition is also available.

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Keswick Climbing Wall, Keswick - 25.2 Miles away

A huge indoor climbing wall in the Lake District catering for all ages. Always ring to check times and availabilities.

Location: Keswick   More Details »

Casterton Golf Course, Casterton - 28.2 Miles away

Unique 9 hole course located amongst limestone rock with breathtaking views of surrounding countryside. Once you have tackled this fabulous green why not take advantage of a refreshment as catering is available all day and parties can be arranged.

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Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, Ravenglass - 9.1 Miles away

The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway runs for 7 miles from the coastal village of Ravenglass in the Western Lake District through two of Lakeland's loveliest valleys to Dalegarth.

Location: Ravenglass   More Details »

Windermere Lake Cruises , Newby Bridge - 13.2 Miles away

Windermere Lake Cruises, number 7 in the official tourist board attractions in the UK, are the most popular attraction in Cumbria. Choose a short cruise or spend all day on the beautiful lake.

Location: Newby Bridge   More Details »

Ambleside (Central Cumbria), Central Cumbria - 17.5 Miles away

Ambleside (Central Cumbria) has a population of 2600, and is ideally situated in the Rothay Valley just north of the head of Lake Windermere. Another favourite for hikers and walkers.

Location: Central Cumbria

Arnside and Silverdale, Arnside and Silverdale - 18.4 Miles away

The quaint villages of Arnside and Silverdale sit quietly in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of Morecambe Bay. Walkers and wildlife enthusiasts in particular will appreciate the beautiful butterflies, rare birds and limestone grasslands which characterise this area. There are spectacular views and fabulous sunsets to be enjoyed across the bay.

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Westmorland Shopping, Kendal - 22.2 Miles away

Westmorland indoor shopping mall is set in the historic Lakeland market town offering a variety of your favourite shops to browse or buy.

Location: Kendal   More Details »

Theatre by the Lake, Keswick - 24.6 Miles away

The Theatre by the Lake runs all year round, producing and presenting professional shows. Famous for its views across Derwent Water, the theatre has 400 seats in the main house and a newly extended 100 seat studio.

Location: Keswick   More Details »

Keswick , Keswick - 24.9 Miles away

Keswick is a market town of about 5,000 inhabitants. It is in a fantastic setting between Derwent Water, Blencathra and Skiddaw. A favourite for Lakeland climbers and walkers.

Location: Keswick

Cockermouth, Cockermouth - 28.9 Miles away

Cockermouth is a market town of some 7,000 inhabitants, which lies at the north western corner of the English Lake District, and holds lots of historic interest.

Location: Cockermouth

Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Brockwood Hall Lodges. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Cumbria & The Lakes or holiday parks in Millom.

Pound Farm, Kendal

North Lakes Country Park, Wigton

Solway Holiday Village, Wigton

South Lakeland Leisure Village, Carnforth

Flusco Wood, Penrith