About Hill of Oaks Lodge & Caravan Park
A tranquil base for exploring the Lake District
You'll find us nestled in ancient woodland on the banks of Lake Windermere. Our picturesque park is home to a range of lakeside self-catering properties, luxury boathouse, glamping pods, safari tents, seasonal touring pitches, private holiday homes, and is a tranquil base for exploring the Lake District.
Much of our accommodation is dog-friendly which means there's no need to leave anyone behind.
Hill of Oaks boasts exclusive lake frontage for around a mile making it a great choice for visitors that love to make a splash! Our self-catering, glamping, and seasonal touring guests can bring their own canoe, kayak, paddle board, or inflatable, and make use of the slipways and piers (charges apply), while holiday home owners are welcome to bring their own boats and enjoy unlimited use of all water facilities, including boat storage. (Charges apply)
With a wide range of accommodation, a host of on-site facilities including a takeaway cafe and farm shop, plus of course lakeside location, there’s something rather special about Hill of Oaks that keeps guests returning year after year. Please note our rural location means Wi-Fi signal is limited but we have 4G.
Heritage is at our heart
Hill of Oaks Lodge & Caravan Park is operated by Lake District Estates, a family-owned business based in Kendal. The company owns and operates a selection of high quality, award-winning attractions, caravan parks, marina holiday apartments and moorings, and private and commercial letting properties. Heritage and preservation are at the heart of the business, and it operates two of the Lake District's best-loved attractions, Ravenglass & Eskdale Steam Railway and Ullswater ‘Steamers’, as well as the Peter Rabbit & Friends™ shops.
Lake District Estates has a commercial and private letting property portfolio with an in-house dedicated building team. Our properties are located throughout the Lake District National Park in key locations such as Kendal, Windermere, Newby Bridge and Ravenglass.