Rowanwater, Lancashire

Lodges at Rowanwater

Three Bed Cambrian Horizon (40x20)

1, Rowanwater

Three Bed Cambrian Horizon (40x20)

Garstang Road, St. Michaels-On-Wyre



Residential and Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Rowanwater Have?

Bus stop outside
Restaurant to front of the park
Private Fishing Lake
24 hour CCTV
Mains gas /electric
Visitor parking

Videos of Rowanwater


Rowanwater is a beautiful, peaceful and secluded development where residents can enjoy the comfort of their bespoke lodges safe in the knowledge that they have their own little private community. Conveniently located, Rowanwater is 45 minutes away from Manchester and the Lakes, easily accessible along M6. The park is just thirty minutes by bus or car to Preston, Lancaster or Blackpool and ten minutes by bus or car to Garstang.

Safety and Security

During planning flood risk assessments were undertaken and subsequently we have built our lodges at a height no lower than 10.2 metres above sea level. The minimum height above sea level for properties in a flood plain required by law is 10.1 metres. This elevation, in combination with the fact there is a flood gate on the river means that the risk of flooding is minute and even if we did flood the lodges are built high enough to remain dry. Lakeside lodges are actually higher than the flood gate so risk of flooding is near impossible. All lodges set back from the lake are built on 8 inch steel reinforced concrete and all lodges by the lakeside are on 10 inch steel reinforced concrete, they are not moving anywhere!

Fishing at Rowanwater

As Rowanwater used to be a Fishery, your private lake is stocked with Specimen Carp & Catfish weighing up to 15lbs and can be fished at your leisure. Residents who occupy lakeside homes can fish from their garden or decking and those residents who occupy plots on the landscape can fish from the communal fishing areas illustrated on the Site Plan. We can even build you your own private fishing peg on your plot, a dream come true for the keen fisherman. The River Wyre runs along side Rowanwater and the fishing rights for this stretch of river are own by Rowanwater meaning that no one else is allowed to fish this section of the river. The River Wyre is home to a variety of different fish, including Atlantic Salmon which travel thousands of miles from the Atlantic Ocean up the River Wyre to the Bowland Fells to spawn.


Garstang Road
St. Michaels-On-Wyre