Luxury Lodges for Hire

Prices start from just £267

Relax & Unwind

Each lodge has it's own private hot tub

Beautifully Furnished

Decorated and finished to a high standard

Touring Caravans

We have room for 18 touring caravans

Self Catering

We have two self catering apartments available

Fishing

The lakes take up about 5 acres of the site

Redwell Fisheries Park Location

Redwell Fisheries Location

Redwell Lake Lodge park is in a really brilliant location, even if we do say that ourselves!Although it’s in the heart of the countryside, everything is in easy reach and you’ll find plenty to do without travelling too far. Half a mile away in one direction you’ll see a Welcome to Cumbria sign, and half a mile in the other direction you’ll see another saying Welcome to the Yorkshire Dales. The pretty village of Over Kellett is on our doorstep with a post office and general stores, and beyond that is direct access to the M6, making access to the park very easy. The Lancashire coastline and the beautiful Morecambe Bay are less than 7 miles away. For a range of larger shops and amenities Lancaster is 20 minutes away by car. In the area: There’s also a scuba diving centre nearby, so if that’s one of your hobbies Redwell Park would make a great regular base for you.

Kirkby Lonsdale. Occupying a charming easily accessible position on the Lancashire/Lake District/ Yorkshire Dales border, stands the historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale. Ruskin wrote of the area that he knew of no other place in England and parts of Europe which displayed such natural beauty. “Ruskins View” can be seen from the churchyard of St. Mary’s Church, or you can take a stroll to Devils Bridge on the outskirts of the town. One legend has the bridge built by the Devil, and tells of an old lady who wished to cross the bridge to tend her cow on the other side of the river. The Devil demanded a payment in the form of the soul of the first person to cross the bridge. The old lady cleverly foiled his plan by sending her dog across first.

Close to Kirkby Lonsdale are the South Lakes of the Cumbrian National Park, the West Coast Estuaries, the limestone cliffs and caves of the Yorkshire Dales, the beautiful Forest of Bowland and the scenic Carlisle to Settle Railway.

In the area: There’s also a scuba diving centre nearby, so if that’s one of your hobbies Redwell Park would make a great regular base for you.

The Lancashire coastline and the beautiful Morecambe Bay are less than 7 miles away. For a range of larger shops and amenities Lancaster is 20 minutes away by car.

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail

Less than 12 miles from Redwell is the famous Ingleton Waterfalls Trail on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales which offers some of the most spectacular waterfall & woodland scenery in the North of England. Open 7 days a week the 4.5 mile long trail leads you through ancient woodland, magnificent Yorkshire Dales scenery via a series of stunning waterfalls and geological features.

Lancaster Castle

A fantastic look back through history detailing everything from Royal visits to executions, children in prison and transportation, and how crime and punishment was dealt with many years ago.

Morcambe & Eric Morcambe Statue

Popular seaside town and an opportunity to get close to the statue of this much loved British comedian.

RSPB Leighton Moss Nature Reserve

RSPB Leighton Moss Nature Reserve, Carnforth (5.4 miles away) is the largest reedbed in north-west England, and home to some really special birds such as breeding bitterns, bearded tits and marsh harriers. You might see deer too, not to mention butterflies aplenty! Choose from a selection of trails and hides, most of which are suitable for wheelchairs, and get right to the heart of the reedbed. Or take the nature trail alongside two coastal lagoons to see lots of wading and water birds (ask in the visitor centre for more details). Children will love finding out more about the reserve from the displays in the visitor centre and you can also enjoy a home-made meal and a drink in the tea room.

Yorkshire Dales

Three Peaks – Pen Y Ghent, Whernside, Ingleborough Hawes – Wensleydale Cheese Factory Asygarth Falls and Mill and close by Askrigg, which became the village of Darrowby for the making of All Creatures Great and Small.

Moorhen Lodge

Moorhen Lodge

A beautifully furnished, well equipped lodge with lake views from the balcony.

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Teal Lodge

Teal Lodge

A modern, well equipped lodge overlooking the lake.

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Mallard Lodge

Mallard Lodge

Traditional wood finished exterior with a large fully fitted interior.

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Touring Caravans at Redwell

Caravans

This is a small, beautifully situated touring caravan site, with room for 18 caravans.

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Self Catering Apartments

Self Catering

Our self catering apartments are comfortably furnished and centrally heated.

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Fishing at Redwell

Fishing

The lakes take up about 5 acres and fish have the freedom to swim in any of them.

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Redwell Wildlife Gallery

At Redwell Fisheries Park, we have easy access to the beautiful Lancashire Coastline, the Yorkshire Dales, and the Lake District all within minutes. Redwell Fisheries Park is uniquely set in its own private valley, and surrounded by miles of open countryside on the doorstep for cycling, fishing, rambling or simply enjoying a bit of quality relaxation time.

The lakes themselves are a fisherman’s paradise, and are well stocked with carp, bream, tench, rudd and many other varieties. Other regular visitors to the park include herons, cormorants, blue jays and lots of other wild birds in addition to the families of ducks resident on the lakes.

Wildlife Gallery

Photographs © Les Thomas & Stephanie Fleig
Thomas Fleig Nature Photography -
www.lesthomas.zenfolio.com

Aerial Footage of Redwell Fisheries Park

Check out this amazing footage recorded by one of our customers using a drone-mounted video camera.