Surrounded by fantastic places to eat and drink
For food and drink lovers the Fisherman’s Arms at Baycliff is just a short drive or enjoyable walk from the park. Serving seasonal dishes using the finest, fresh, local ingredients, the bar and restaurant offer comfortable informal or formal dining and a warm welcome.
The Farmer’s Arms and Capitola’s in Ulverston, the Clarke’s Arms at nearby Rampside, The Stagger Inn at Stainton and the White Hart at Bouth are just a few more examples of the variety of local places to enjoy great Cumbrian food, drink and hospitality.
Handy facilities & great days out
The lodge park is also just a ten-minute drive from the port town of Barrow-in-Furness. Most of the larger supermarkets have stores in the town, a ten-minute drive from the park. Barrow town centre also offers a good range of high street stores.
A Lake District Lodge Park, with a difference
Doe Wood Lodges is situated on the hidden coastline of the Furness Peninsula in the south of Cumbria. Journeys north up the coastline from Doe Wood Lodges reveal a different side to The Lake District, less travelled by tourists but no less full of things to see and do. From nature trails to high street shopping, penguin-feeding to power boating, paddling in rock pools to white-water rafting, there is so much to experience wherever you go.