4 Winds Lakeland Tipis now operates from three sites in the beautiful English Lake District, Low Wray National Trust Campsite near Ambleside, Hoathwaite National Trust Campsite near Coniston and Wasdale Campsite at the head of Wastwater, the deepest lake in England, and in the shadow of the Scafell mountain range. The sites were chosen for the views, woodland areas, natural environment and access to all that the Lake District has to offer. We have brought Native American style into the heart of the Lakes.
Sorry but we don't accept dogs or any pets in our Tipis, however at our Low Wray site in Ambleside you can now kennel your dog at the farm onsite, where you can take your dog out for the day then take it back to the kennels on your return. For kenneling information ring Karola 07827330905.
“What really made the weekend for us was being able to bring our dog along - the care and attention he received from Karola and family at the farm kennels was exceptional - Ralph will definitely be coming with us next time too!”
4WINDS LAKELAND TIPIS NOW OFFER FOR ALL OF OUR COMPLETE CAMPING GUESTS FREE USE OF THE HEALTH AND LEISURE FACILITIES AT THE WINDERMERE MANOR HOTEL
In beautiful gardens and boasting spectacular views across Lake Windermere to Langdale Pikes and the mountains beyond, this Victorian retreat has a 10m heated indoor swimming pool and sauna.
Surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the Lake District, Windermere Manor Hotel is located on the outskirts of the town, just 10 minutes' walk from the shores of Lake Windermere. This very special location makes the hotel a beautiful, peaceful base from which to explore the region.
The conservatory and oak-panelled restaurant (formerly a chapel) overlook the gardens and the lake. In both you can enjoy an extensive and varied menu, including local specialities.
|4 Winds locations are planned to be micro villages with a shared community spirit and respect for fellow guests.|
Make sure inner and outer doors are closed when out.
Respect other campers with regards to noise.
Recycle waste such as paper, bottles and cans in the bins provided.
Please respect the flora and fauna and the use the countryside code, details found at www.countrysideaccess.gov.uk.
Respect and enjoy your Tipi it is a structure that brings you closer to the natural environment (take off muddy boots).
No smoking in the Tipi.
Please secure your Tipi on leaving.
All our sites contain some woodland so guests should be aware of ticks, advice can be found at www.kidshealth.org.