Mayflower On the Lake

What this place offers

An open space on the property usually covered in grass
BBQ grill
Carbon monoxide alarm
Coffee maker: Nespresso, pour-over coffee
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit

Mayflower Lodge is a beautifully decorated Scandinavian style lodge on Waters Edge lake. the lodge is very private, facing onto narrower part of the lake with no other lodges opposite. Mayflower is unusual in that the owner has put in a pool table and air hockey table which is very popular with guests. The table is tucked out of the way and easily covered when not being used.

All of the lodges are bright and airy due to the huge windows overlooking the lake.

Full Description

Sleeps 6

  • Set within landscaped 28 acre lake
  • Spacious open plan living/dining/kitchen area
  • Large furnished sundeck over hanging the lake
  • Hot tub
  • Charcoal BBQ
  • 3 x en-suite 6’ double bedrooms
  • Can be configured as 3 twins
  • Pets welcome (charges apply)
  • Wi-fi included
  • Wide range of water sport/activities close by
  • Excellent fishing available locally and onsite
  • £250 refundable security deposit is required
  • Dogs Allowed (fee applicable)

Ground floor

Living room/dining area

  • Expansive floor to ceiling glazing
  • Uninterrupted views of the lake
  • Ample soft seating
  • Smart tv
  • DVD
  • Full height sliding doors to the deck
  • Table with seating for 6
  • Pool Table/Table Tennis/Air hockey Table


  • Open plan, modern and well equipped
  • Built in fridge and freezer
  • Dish washer
  • Single oven/grill
  • Built in microwave
  • 4 ring ceramic hob

Utility room

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer


  • Basin and WC


  • Large enclosed deck over hanging the lake
  • Outdoor seating
  • Hot tub
  • Charcoal BBQ


  • 6’ Double bed
  • Can be changed into twins
  • Glazed door to terrace
  • Large wet room with walk in shower
  • Basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • First floor


  • 6’ Double bed
  • Can be changed into twins
  • Adequate storage
  • En-suite
  • Bath, basin and WC


  • 6’ Double bed
  • Can be changed into twins
  • Sliding glass door to balcony
  • Balcony
  • Overlooking the lake
  • Outdoor seating
  • En-suite
  • Large shower
  • Two basin’s and WC

Our favourite things to do

Take the dog for a walk at ....

Wickwater Woods

Wickwater Woods Wickwater woods is located on Wickwater lane and is a 3 acre secure area with a 6 foot fence running around the boundary. This is a great place to let your dogs off the lead to run around and is just a short (walking) distance from our lodges on Waters Edge. You need to book in advance to make sure that you are able to get the slot you need – check their website for details and how to book

Grab a bite to eat at ....

The Potting Shed

Championing beautiful food made from the finest locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce. Creative, British, Seasonal. Our menus change to reflect the best of seasonal produce.

Spend the day visiting


Nestled in the English county of Worcestershire, Broadway, “The Jewel of the Cotswolds,” is an enchanting village steeped in history and beauty. This scenic paradise dates back over 5,000 years, with its historical allure rooted in its past as a bustling stagecoach stop between Worcester and London. The real magic of the village, however, lies in the 16th to 18th-century buildings that line its streets, giving Broadway an irresistible historical charm. Beyond its architectural allure, Broadway carries an impressive artistic heritage. In the late 19th century, it became a hub for the arts and crafts movement, drawing painters, musicians, writers, and actors from around the world. The legacy of this creative past is celebrated annually with the Broadway Arts Festival, a vibrant display of the village’s cultural spirit. Among the many notable sights in Broadway, the Broadway Tower stands out. This 65-foot tall beacon, designed by Capability Brown and erected for Lady Coventry in 1798-99, offers panoramic views across as many as 16 counties on a clear day. This architectural gem offers a captivating glimpse into the past and an unbeatable vista of the English countryside. In the heart of the village lies the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, home to a treasure trove of local history and art. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in an array of furniture, ceramics, paintings, and artifacts that tell the rich story of the Cotswolds. Close by, the Gordon Russell Design Museum pays tribute to Sir Gordon Russell, a pioneer in 20th-century design, showcasing his belief in design as a societal service. Broadway’s broad main street, from which the village gets its name, is a delightful spectacle in itself. Canopied by red chestnut trees, the street is lined with an eclectic mix of Tudor, Stuart, and Georgian buildings. These house a variety of art galleries, antique shops, restaurants, tea shops, and traditional British pubs, offering visitors a taste of the local life. Not far from the village, Snowshill Manor, a National Trust property, presents Charles Wade’s global collection of craftsmanship, another testament to the artistic spirit of the area. Nature lovers will be enchanted by the serene countryside that surrounds Broadway. The local footpaths are a walker’s dream, offering stunning landscapes, and the village is a great starting point for exploring the Cotswold Way, a national trail that runs along the Cotswold Edge escarpment. With its scenic beauty, historical charm, and friendly atmosphere, Broadway is a delightful destination for anyone visiting the Cotswolds.

House Rules

We try to flexible and not to put too many constraints on our guests but we are also committed to looking after our homes.

We welcome up to 2 pets in Mayflower Lodge but talk to us about your plans. Always let us know if you plan to bring pets (there is a small charge per pet) as we need to factor it into our cleans. We do not allow pets into the bedrooms and particularly onto beds. We recognise that keeping pets off the furniture is a challenge so you will find throws available to use please

No parties, hen nights or stag nights – this really isn’t the place for loud parties as many of the homes on this lake are occupied by year round residents. Unfortunately due to a number of past experiences we do not allow all male occupancy of our homes. Sorry guys!

And that’s really it – tell us about breakages so that we can replace where necessary. Larger damage and specialist cleaning we will need to discuss with you if necessary.

We just ask that you treat our home with respect and that you consider our neighbours when you are on the decking in particular as sound does travel a lot further over water.

Total: £1200

Activities near by

Towns and Villages




Butts Farm Rare Breeds

Towns and Villages




1 month ago

A wonderful and cozy place, a nice spacious house and a view of the lake from the hot tub and the upper balcony - something wonderful. easy operation of the heating system and the entire house in general. A large number of kitchen items and, above all, board games which I did not expect there.


1 month ago

Stayed for my birthday weekend with family and friends and my dog. Great location with beautiful surroundings. House was perfect for what we wanted and a lovely chocolate cake awaited. We enjoyed the games provided to.
I would certainly recommend this property and may return in the future.


1 month ago

Amazing house! Lovely weekend stay for 5 uni friends. Lots of do but as it was winter time we took advantage of the hot tub and chilled out inside. Lovely walk on the Saturday with a lovely local pub close by.
The lake is gated and has residence on as well as rentals.
Would 100% come back.