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The Lodge @ Carus Green

Burneside Road Carus Green Golf Club, Kendal LA9 6EB England
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#28 of 42 B&Bs / Inns in Kendal
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Non-smoking hotel
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Family rooms
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LCH wrote a review Dec 2021
5 contributions4 helpful votes
We stayed here for a couple of nights over Christmas. The room was lovely, huge bed, and huge walk in shower. It was nice and warm. But in the night, a bit too warm! It seemed the heating was on most of the night. Tried turning it down, but I don't think it did anything. It was room only. And if you wanted breakfast, you had to pre book in the restaurant, then pay separately in there. We had a light lunch in there, and the food was really good. Staff were very friendly. We booked breakfast on the first morning after arriving. We had a full English and a veggie English. Very good, and just the right portion size. The only thing I would say is the beans came in a separate pot, but we're cold. Not sure if they were supposed to be? There is a lounge bar, but we were told we couldn't have drinks in there, as it was for the golf members. So we weren't allowed to just get drinks, only if we were sitting in to eat. Bear in mind, this was 24/12 to 27/12 and we only saw two golfers. So unless you like tea, coffee or tepid water from the room, there was no other facilities for drinks. I would think if you were paying for a room, and spending money in the restaurant, we were allowed to use the other facilities. We wore masks in all indoor areas, but seemed it wasn't really a rule there. Some were, some weren't. The room wasn't cleaned etc, but we we're told this, and there were extra tea, coffee, milk sachets, and extra towels which was good. We stayed in the lodge room. There was someone in the opposite room, and another couple above us. They were so loud above, we didn't sleep much. We hoped it would just be that one time. Everything was quiet until about 11pm, when we were going to sleep, they would come in, banging up the stairs, slamming doors, and something heavy fell onto their floor with a crash. This went on for about an hour. Then someone would go out to the car, slamming the doors and back up the stairs. So we were pretty fed up. So it was a lovely place, just shame about not being permitted in the lounge bar, where we would probably have been in every night.
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Date of stay: December 2021
Room Tip: Probably go for a higher floor room if you don't want to hear footsteps all night
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R G wrote a review Nov 2021
2 contributions1 helpful vote
The room looked lovely (no 5), noisy from the bathroom because the window was by main road. Clean and comfy. Bathroom was great, big and very warm. Were there for 2 nights. The first one, we had in the same building a group of people, we assumed had the rest of the rooms + some next door building, that was up and down the stairs all evening and most of night, shouting, slamming doors being in/out. Cars coming in and out even at midnight. Not sure what they were ordering at that time of not. They also had bikes, so in the morning kept revving their engines for a long time right under the windows. We don't mind bikes, we're bikers too, but it was completely unnecessary. We've also had a few bites on our bodies, we thought a spider or something else and ignored it. Breakfast was ok. No continental. And also no dinners. Second evening was quiet, until 11pm when there were car doors sliding and big group coming out. Same sometimes later. It sounded like a men team of a sort or a stag group. It was worse than the night before. They also had all the rooms in the building and next door. They would leave their doors open and shout at each other or run up and down the stairs to the room on the bottom or next door building. It was like thunders. Terrible. We were extremely tired after a long drive from Isle of Skye the day before and the lack of sleep from previous night.Same in the morning when they kept going in groups to have breakfast. We gave up on breakfast and just left. We also had big red itchy spots all over our bodies that got worse and worse, even after a month we still had marks on our bodies. We assume fleabites. So although the room was lovely, would not stay there again.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Room Tip: Have ear plugs, good nerves and maybe flea spray?
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JuniGreenTraveller wrote a review Oct 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom168 contributions79 helpful votes
Really enjoyed our one night stay. Our room in Lodge One, Dalesway, was well equipped with modern furniture, lovely big comfortable King bed, large bathroom with overhead shower and separate bath. Breakfast in the Grill restaurant was very nice and great value at £4.95 for mini English inc toast - perfect size for us. Recommended and will be back!
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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PrestonBB wrote a review Aug 2020
Preston7 contributions6 helpful votes
Stayed in Grasmere Suite for one night. Perfectly clean and modern rooms will all amenities. Bathroom was beautiful and great shower! Staff were welcoming and although we didn't rest in the restaurant the menus looked great. Would definitely stay again.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Mohammed K wrote a review Aug 2019
14 contributions6 helpful votes
I think calling these Accomodation’s The Lodge is slightly misleading. We booked 2 what we thought were lodge’s however they turned out to be just bedroom and bathroom....which were presented well, clean and well equipped however for the price and description, we were expecting a lodge with a living room and maybe a kitchen as the advertisement showed photos of kitchen and living room. (accepted after checking amenities it did not specify these things). Overall nice accommodation but was much smaller than expected and quite pricey for what we got.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
US$97 - US$495 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandCumbriaLake DistrictKendal
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Lodge @ Carus Green
Which popular attractions are close to The Lodge @ Carus Green?
Nearby attractions include Michael Coates Clay Shooting (7.9 km), Lake District National Park Guided Walks (3.5 km), and Wreay Syke Alpacas (5.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Lodge @ Carus Green?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Lodge @ Carus Green?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The Lodge @ Carus Green?
Conveniently located restaurants include Thai Kitchen, Pedro's Casa, and Cafe Olive Kendal.
Are there any historical sites close to The Lodge @ Carus Green?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Lakeland Museum (2.3 km) and Kendal Parish Church (2.3 km).