A holiday park experience like no other.
Opened in July 2019 and built around the banks of its very own 8-acre lake and amidst 59-acres of picturesque Lakeland countryside, Ullswater Heights is the result of a £20 million transformation which provides a holiday park experience like no other.
We have an array of brand new holiday homes and lodges available, each positioned on prime and unique locations across the park. Our brilliant bar and restaurant, The Lake House, serves delicious homecooked meals and our playground and farm allow for hours of entertainment for your family.
Take a look around Ullswater Heights....
Array of Holiday Homes and Lodges
12 Month Holiday Season
The Lake House Bar & Restaurant
Experience pure luxury,
the Leisure Resorts way…
Our hand-picked selection of holiday homes and lodges feature every modern convenience you could ever need, plus a few added Leisure Resorts luxuries.
Ownership at Ullswater Heights means your new home will be stylishly furnished to the highest specification. With modern décor and innovative features inside and a spacious sundeck outside, you’ll never want to leave.
The Lake House Bar and Restaurant
Experience a menu of local mouth-watering home-made classics, created from ingredients sourced locally from the phenomenal Lakeland produce available right on our doorstep in our very own bar & restaurant.
Our adventure golf course is brand new for 2021 and provides entertainment for the whole family! Free to use, simply collect your clubs from The Lake House Bar and Restaurant and enjoy!
Archery and Other Activities
We’ve teamed up with the friendly team at Alfresco Adventures to provide a fun archery experience here at Ullswater Heights which can be enjoyed by the whole family (aged 7 years and over).
Alternatively, if you fancy venturing out and about, the team can also provide guided walks, rock climbing, stand up paddle boarding and more. Activities can be booked directly through the Alfresco Adventures website via the link below, and our owners get a great discount!
An abundance of things to see and do right on your doorstep.
Set in a beautiful location, flanked by the Lake District National Park and the North Pennines, Ullswater Heights is perfectly situated to explore all that this amazing area has to offer.
From famed Lakes steeped in legend and history, to soaring fells and mountains waiting to be conquered. Poetic towns and villages that are forever immortalised, to an abundance of gastronomic delights, galleries and museums – all of which are literally on your doorstep – you’ll always be spoilt for choice.
The Rheged Centre
2 miles from Ullswater Heights
One of the largest and well-known visitor attractions in Cumbria, The Rheged Centre is where 'the arts meet good food, family and fun'. Open all year round, the Centre offers visitors something for all ages, including a huge six storey high cinema screen, which regularly shows selected films of interest.
3 miles from Ullswater Heights
Known as one of the most beautiful stately homes in the North West of England, Dalemain is an extremely special place to visit, where you’ll be left in awe of the tranquil gardens and woodland walks. What’s more - you’ll be able to pick up some of the 'world’s best marmalade'.
4 miles from Ullswater Heights
Built at the end of the 14th century, the imposing ruins of Penrith Castle stand as a lasting monument to medieval times and the battles between the English and the Scots. The castle was later transformed into a luxurious residence by Richard Duke of Gloucester, who later became King Richard III, who resided at the castle between 1471 and 1485.
6 miles from Ullswater Heights
An award-winning Lakeland attraction, the 'Steamer' offers the perfect opportunity to combine a cruise across 'England's most beautiful lake' with some of the most famous and iconic walks in the National Park. Hop on at Pooley Bridge and explore our beautiful surrounds.
Pony Trekking Ullswater
7 miles from Ullswater Heights
A simply wonderful way to take in Ullswater and the surrounding areas. Park Foot Pony Trekking offers fully supervised riding adventures for young and old alike. Whether you're a learner or experienced rider, there will be a pony trek suitable for you, plus all equipment is complimentary, along with waterproofs if required.
Lowther Castle & Gardens
8 miles from Ullswater Heights
Situated just a few miles south of Penrith, the majestic Lowther Castle is surrounded by acres of woodland and ancient gardens. Boasting something for everyone, the woodland adventure playground is amazing for younger visitors, whilst the gardens are a feast for the imagination.
11 miles from Ullswater Heights
From famous mountaineers to mere mortals, everyone seems to have a soft spot for the ‘people's mountain'. Described as 'several mountains in one', Blencathra, has something to challenge all abilities with its ascents and descents being easily tailored to suit your requirements.
Glenridding Sailing Centre
13 miles from Ullswater Heights
Set in a picturesque location on the southern shores of Ullswater, Glenridding Sailing Centre is a small but perfectly formed activity centre that offers families of all ages a range of water sports - including sailing boats, canoes and kayaks for hire - in a completely safe and managed environment.
Here’s a taster of what’s available to own at Ullswater Heights
Pemberton Knightsbridge (2021)
14ft x 43ft / 2 Bedrooms / 2 BathroomsView details
Carnaby Langham (2022)
13ft x 41ft / 2 Bedrooms / 2 BathroomsView details
Victory Parkview (2021)
20ft x 36ft / 2 Bedrooms / 2 BathroomsView details
Our hand-picked locations
Our hand-picked locations
We have five award-winning parks in the most breath-taking locations the Lakes and North Yorkshire has to offer, each with views that captivate and landscapes that inspire.
What people say…
"Just lovely - I fell in love with the place on the first day."
- Andy and Gemma Firth, York
"An amazing holiday - location, service, lodges, everything was perfect!"
- Stephen and Jan Smith, Keswick
"We’ve kept coming back - our favourite place in the UK."
- Moira and Richard Goldsmith, Cheshire