Lakeland Model Village at Damson Dene Hotel
Lakeland Model Village at Damson Dene Hotel
Lakeland Model Village

Our dog-friendly Lake District family attraction is located at Damson Dene Hotel near Bowness-on-Windermere.

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Welcome to Lakeland Model Village at Damson Dene Hotel

LAKE DISTRICT FAMILY ATTRACTION LOCATED NEAR TO BOWNESS-ON-WINDERMERE

The Lakeland Model Village features over 100 buildings made of local Coniston slate, each lovingly constructed over the last 25 years by local builder Edward Robinson. Each building has been handcrafted to replicate some of Cumbria’s most iconic farms and cottages including Beatrix Potters house, Hilltop and the Bridge House, Ambleside.

Following Edward Robinson’s retirement, each building has been carefully relocated to their new home in the grounds of the Damson Dene Hotel against the stunning backdrop of the Lyth Valley, allowing visitors and families the opportunity to enjoy their history once more.

After visiting the Lakeland Model Village, visitors can enjoy lunch in the hotel bar or day passes are available for the hotel swimming pool and leisure club.

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LAKELAND MODEL VILLAGE

Each building has been carefully relocated to its new home in the grounds of the Damson Dene Hotel, against the stunning backdrop of the Lyth Valley.

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LAKELAND MODEL VILLAGE

Each building has been carefully relocated to its new home in the grounds of the Damson Dene Hotel, against the stunning backdrop of the Lyth Valley.

Lakeland Model Village at Damson Dene Hotel near Bowness-on-Windermere

Lakeland Model Village
Damson Dene Hotel
Crosthwaite nr. Bowness-on-Windermere
Cumbria LA8 8JE

The Lakeland Model Village is open every day of the year 9am – 5:30pm