Bridge End Farm Cottages are located in the pretty little village of Boot in the glorious Eskdale Valley in the heart of the Lake District National Park. There is magnificent scenery all around and excellent walking for all abilities from the doorstep as well as two excellent pubs serving delicious food and fine Cumbrian Ales just 100 yards and 200 yards away. All cottages are either 4 or 5 star, are 500 years old and Grade II Listed, oozing with charm and character. There is everything you are likely to need for a wonderful holiday and our prices are fully inclusive. We are open all year and can offer short breaks and full weeks with flexible arrival and departure days and a minimum of two nights stay. The smallest cottage sleeps 2 and the largest sleeps 10. Sorry we are a no smoking and no pets establishment.
Wood Barn is a beautiful barn conversion offering excellent accommodation for up to 4 people in the valley of Upper Eskdale. The house looks out onto the fellside, an ideal location for stepping out of the front door and heading out onto the mountains. There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open plan kitchen, and sitting room. Two pets are welcome.
Built in 1898, Esk View retains Victorian features such as original fireplaces, kitchen flagstones, and exposed beams. This spacious house stands alone in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with exceptional views of the Lake District fells. There is ample space for 16 guests in eight bedrooms. Three pets are welcome.
Rated FOUR STAR by The English Tourism Board, The Chalets are set in large gardens on the banks of the River Esk, in the heart of the beautiful valley of Eskdale. An ideal spot to relax, unwind and enjoy your valuable holiday time. Each chalet is cottage style in its feel with spacious living/dining area and kitchen. From the living area step out onto a private south facing deck or use the BBQ facilities in the gardens. Able to accommodate six people comfortably this is an ideal location for couples, friends and families. Eskdale offers countless walks from the door; from the extreme to an amble along the river. Ideal for walkers, cyclists, canoeists, climbers, birdwatchers and readers!! Weekly rates from £220 - £550; short breaks available from £50 per night.
Description: Church House is a beautifully renovated Lakeland farmhouse in a simply stunning location by the church and river Esk. Reached via the single track lane to St Catherine's church, the house is set within two acres of gardens, meadow and stream, and encircled by spectacular views of the high fells. Church House sleeps 7 people in three bedrooms and provides luxurious accommodation and ample living space. A quirky bothy across a cobbled courtyard provides additional accommodation for an extra two adults, or up to three more grown up children (available during summer months only). Dogs welcome.
Lane End Cottage is located in the tranquil Eskdale Valley. Offering accommodation for 5 people, this impeccably decorated property has picturesque views of the surrounding mountains. It has an open fire and an enclosed garden, perfect for enjoying the Lakeland scenery. The local pub, The Brook House Inn, is just across the road and there are others nearby.
3 Orange Hill Cottages is ideal for couples and small families, offering accommodation for up to four people with great views of the Lakeland fells. There are a number of walks from the front door and the local pub, The Boot Inn, is just opposite the cottage for refreshments on your return! There is a patio outside with garden furniture and panoramic Lakeland views.
Dalegarth offers an enchanting glimpse into the history of Eskdale. Sleeping up to 8 people and 2 dogs, this characterful cottage is truly unique: antiques, beautiful countryside, and glimpses into the family's fascinating history wherever you look. The hall is a magical world of thick walls, deep fireplaces, towering chimneypots with nooks and crannies galore to delight children and adults alike!
This charming terraced cottage sleeping 5 guests and 2 dogs is one of a small group of distinct houses set back from the road. With lots of period detail, breathtaking views and a large garden, it is also within an easy walk of a much-loved Lakeland pub!
Whillanside is a very special cottage: with a Grade II listed interior that includes wooden beams, an original cast iron fireplace, and wonky walls, it's a truly magical place to stay. Pet free and sleeping up to 6 guests, it's a wonderful choice for a family or group of friends who want to escape modern life, enjoy a comfortable break, and explore this gorgeous area.
This 400-year-old self catering cottage rests among the mountains of the famous Lake District National Park. Accessed by private road, the property benefits from an idyllic location in the heart of the Western lakes. With five bedrooms, one ensuite, and two further bathrooms, the property easily sleeps ten people. Recently renovated and refurbished to a high standard, the property boasts the latest in modern convenience while maintaining the intimate features of a classic Lakeland cottage.
Four beautiful lodges share the acre of ancient orchard at Fisherground. All are South facing, with a veranda and picnic table to sit out and enjoy the superb views. Inside, the wooden walls give a warm, intimate feeling and the open plan living rm/kitchen area with wood burning stove forms the natural heart to the accommodation. Each lodge sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms. Children are very welcome and love the raft pool and the games room with pool table and table tennis. Pets are also welcome with several walks straight from the door and plenty of space around the lodges. Free WiFi, good pub 400yds, Fisherground even has its own station on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (Fisherground Halt). We are open all year, with short breaks November - March.
Sleeping 16, with two well-behaved pets, Fisherground Farmhouse is ideal for larger groups of walkers or families getting together for a holiday. The Farmhouse gets the best of the sunshine, as it faces south, and has additional gardens to the east to catch the last of the rays. There are four double rooms, two twins, a family room and one set of bunks. The kitchen is large - no chance of too many cooks here. There is a separate dining room with a table seating 16. The sitting room has an open fire and there is also a conservatory. There is also a games room, outside table tennis, an orchard, and rafts for the children to use on the ponds.