5 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
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£704-2586 per week, sleeps 8

Tanglewood Lodge

Windermere, LA23 1LF     Tel: 01244 352022


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Accommodation

Three Bedrooms: 1 x King size bed with En-suite shower room with corner shower, toilet and hand basin. 1 x King size bed with dressing table, bedside drawers and fitted wardrobe. 2 x Two full size wooden frame bunk beds. Family bathroom with full sized bath with over bath thermostatic shower. Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area. Outside decking area with outside furniture.

Amenities

Full gas central heating. Gas hob and electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, electric fire, TV, DVD player, Parking for two cars. Please note that the charging of electric vehicles is not permitted at this lodge, the nearest charging point can be found at Booths Supermarket in Windermere.
Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels incl, please bring your own leisure towels. A travel cot is provided in the lodge for you to put up (please bring your own cot bedding). Complimentary WiFi is provided by the park and subject to fair usage guidelines, Quality and reliability of connection will vary based on the number of people using it, prevailing weather conditions and therefore may be limited or slower than you are used to, WiFi is for personal use only and is not intended for high data usage, gaming and/or use for business purposes, This is only suitable for page browsing and sending emails, Bookings cannot be accepted if they are solely reliant on the provision of uninterrupted and unlimited Wi-Fi, We are not held responsible or liable for the WiFi on the park. If you encounter any issues with the WiFi, please contact Limefitt Park reception. Note: For use of the onsite facilities, a complex pass is required, these can be purchased from reception.
 

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