Click & Collect service available at Tesco Carnforth, order ahead and pick up provisions in 5 minutes.
Dog-walking along the beautiful Lancaster Canal, 5 minutes from the lodge.
Ramps and wide doorways for wheelchair users. Other disability facilities on request.
Jackdaw Quarry Lodge offers additional facilities for the disabled and those with limited mobility if necessary. Please contact us in advance of your stay should you require any additional facilities.
Don't want the hassle of leaving your dogs at the kennel? The Lodge welcomes dogs and provides ample open space in and around the cottage for them to enjoy.
There are plenty of safe dog-walking areas along the Pennine Bridleway and in the Lakes a short drive away.
Contact Graeme in advance if you have any special requirements not listed on this page. We hope to be as helpful as possible to ensure all our guests have a fantastic stay.Email
Posted April 30, 2017 by Fiona R.
My Husband and I stayed here for our mini moon for 3 nights after our wedding, it had absolutely everything we needed and the welcome basket with bubbly and a congratulations card was a great personalised added touch. We never did much exploring due to sheer tiredness, instead just relaxed with the amazing views of the quarry especially from the hot tub or watching a movie from the netflix account which is provided by the owners. We were delighted we could take our dog with us as well and they even supplied a bowl and extras for her. Graeme sent us loads of information about the surrounding area, including places to eat and always responded quickly to emails. Cant wait to come back (which is actually next month for my mums birthday). This lodge is truly 5 stars.
Posted Feb 3, 2017 by Nic S.
Well what can I say, the lodge is truly amazing. When we first walked in there was a real 'Wow' factor. Everything and I mean everything has been thought about, Games, Books DVDs, extras for the dog and a truly scrummy hamper. This really is an out of this world lodge. Thank you for letting us stay in your little bit of heaven. We will be back!
Posted January 2, 2017 by A Tripadvisor User.
We spent Christmas 2015 in a hotel and felt restricted and unable to lounge about together so this Christmas we hired this lodge and we are so glad we did. I have hired places for the holidays before and as an old hand I took things with us such as washing up liquid, pans and even bin bags.
So with the car laden with everything we arrived in the gated community of Jackdaw Quarry lodge and when you pull up on the gravel drive you think it looks quaint and almost alpine like. As soon as you go into the property you go "WOW" it has an amazing balcony overlooking a beautiful clear azure blue lake. The property has everything you need and a lot more. The owners had sent us comprehensive instructions on everything from how to get there to how to work sky and the PS3 (yes it has everything). They had decorated it for us for Christmas and we felt like we were in the Alps. Very classy and the little extras like a hamper and a bottle of fizz, shampoo's and soaps.
The bathrooms are amazing, the beds are so comfy and you must hire the hot tub. To sit in the hot tub and gaze at the stars is an awesome experience. We tried to book for next Christmas but it has already been taken. We would like to go back in the summer and sit on the balcony and gaze at the lake whilst drinking a glass of bubbly it would be ideal. We took our Mum who uses a wheelchair and she could get about no problem around the lounge, kitchen and her same level bedroom and bathroom.
An absolute joy and delight to be here and if you get the chance hire this place you will not be disappointed.
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