An excellent pair of Lakeland cottages that are all set on either side of courtyard. Perched high in the hills of the beautiful Duddon Valley, with breathtaking views to the Coniston Fells, and Harter Fell rising majestically to the north, Grass Guards is set in an amazing location.
Part of Neaum Crag, a peaceful development of log cabins and exclusive apartments, Badger's Walk nestles in the secluded atmosphere of the Langdale Valley. The ground floor property is a paradise for couples or companions, overlooking a small tarn and surrounded by 18 acres of private woodland. A break at Badgers Walk includes full use of the on-site leisure complex including pool, sauna, jacuzzi and games room (March to November). Perfect for soaking away the aches of the day; especially as the Langdale Valley offers some of the finest walking and hiking in the Lake District.
This former quarryman's cottage is a walker's dream in the Langdale Valley, part of a terrace overlooking the valley to the Langdale Pikes. The setting is sublime, only minutes from the sleepy village of Chapel Stile where an excellent pub restaurant, general store and stunning old church are waiting to be explored.
This gorgeous ground floor apartment is tucked away in the small, peaceful and exclusive Neaum Crag development. With wonderful views and surrounded by 18 acres of picturesque woodland in the Langdale Valley area, Ramblers Rest is ideal for keen walkers who will find many famous routes beginning close by. To ease your muscles at the end of the day, make use of the free on-site leisure complex with small indoor pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and games room. The contemporary accommodation is designed to let the outside in - with large glass patio doors opening out from both the living room and bedroom. The local pub is within easy reach, and you're certain to relax in the rare tranquility of one of the Lake District's most scenic areas.
This rustic 17th century cottage is thought to be the oldest in the Langdale Valley. Today it stands beautifully refurbished in its sublime rural setting; a genuine walkers' paradise with breathtaking views to the famous Langdale Pikes. Step inside and you'll instantly feel at home in the cosy ambience of traditional Lakeland; stone flagged floors downstairs, gorgeous stripped wood upstairs, picture cottage windows and original exposed beams.
Nestled in a pretty Langdale hamlet, this 'topsy turvy' 17th century Lakeland cottage offers walks in abundance from its doorstep. An elegant refurbishment has equipped the accommodation to exacting standards, but kept in place its traditional features; exposed ceiling beams, slate fireplace, thick walls, vaulted ceiling and picturesque windows.
A spacious bolthole for groups of up to six, this bungalow is set in a prime location with views over the famous Langdale Valley. In the shadow of Lingmoor Fell, Thrang View is a haven for walkers who can start easy strolls or challenging hikes from the doorstep. Inside, the bungalow is designed to offer maximum comfort and make the best of the unforgettable views.
A magnificent Lake District farmhouse dating back to the 18th century, surrounded by breathtaking countryside in the hamlet of Little Langdale. Once a local Staging Inn, Birch House has been beautifully refurbished to provide an exceptional standard of self-catering accommodation for groups of up to 14 people. 21st century luxury blends with homely Lakeland character; polished oak floors, exposed beams and cosy wood burning stoves provide comfort and relaxation in a sublime location. A superb dining room makes large gatherings a breeze.
New Stickle Cottage is nestled in the heart of the Langdale valley one of the most picturesque areas of the Lake District. The cottage is right at the foot of the Langdale pikes with many great walks from the doorstep including up to Stickle Tarn and around onto Scafell Pike. Perfect for the adventurous and after a hard day on the fells The Valley has lots of excellent pubs to relax in.
Cosy, sophisticated and gazing out over the Langdale Valley through a fabulous full wall window... this stylish retreat is a place to spend precious time together and an outstanding base for walkers. The Langdale Retreat forms part of a larger property which enjoys a slightly elevated setting in the sleepy village of Chapel Stile.
Originally an 18th century Inn, White Lion Cottage is a delightful true Lakeland retreat. Maintaining many of its original features this characterful dog-friendly property has been finished sympathetically with quality in mind and is the perfect place to escape with those closest to you. The stunning, fell side garden provides peace, tranquility and unrivaled views. Perfectly located for walks around the stunning Langdale Valley, you will seldom need the car once here!
Brooklands Cottage is straight out of Hansel and Gretel's fairytail providing blissful escapism from the humdrum of everyday life in this magical setting over the River Brathay amidst glorious woodland in the heart of Little Langdale. From the moment you arrive at this romantic detached cottage, you will feel all worries and troubles melt away
With breathtaking views to the Coniston Fells, and Harter Fell rising majestically to the north, Grass Guards is perched high in the hills of the beautiful Duddon Valley. A perfect base for walkers, climbers and mountain bikers! This farm dates back over 500 years and has been loving refurbished to create a high quality retreat for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of modern day life and to relax and enjoy one of the most beautiful corners of the Lake District. The secluded location, not only offers peace and quiet, with just the noise of the sheep and the birds for company, it also offers an area with no light pollution that, on clear nights, reveals the most beautiful star filled skies.
This is a magical cottage in the Lake District, occupying a sublime setting above picturesque Elterwater, a sleepy hamlet at the heart of the magnificent Langdale valley, commanding breath-taking views.
This rather luxurious Lake District cottage in Chapel Stile village is a walkers' paradise at the heart of the Langdales. Lakeland slate on the outside, lovely mountain and village scenes through almost every window, and a sympathetic refurbishment off-setting old oak beams with crisp decor and chic slate floors.
This luxurious and truly mesmerising detached residence occupies a sublime setting within the heart of picturesque Elterwater. The surrounding iconic Langdale Pikes and Loughrigg Fell provide breath-taking views from almost every pane of glass. Whether you're celebrating a happy event or looking for a well-earned escape with friends, Le Chalet is a special place designed for spending precious relaxation time in sheer luxury and comfort.
Set in the heart of the Lake District's spectacular Langdale Valley, across the road from the crystal clear water of Langdale Beck, this traditional character cottage built of local slate is a delightful retreat. Filled with charm and character this traditional cottage has be lovingly restored whilst retaining much of the original charm. With everything you could need for a memorable stay this is an ideal place to relax and unwind.
This glorious detached 17th century Lakeland cottage occupies a sublime setting within the magnificent Tilberthwaite Valley between Langdale and Coniston alongside the awe inspiring slate quarry Hodge Close. It is set in picturesque, complete seclusion, circumscribed by simply breathtaking, uninterrupted views in every direction.
This is a luxury Lakeland bolt-hole, a place where magic and romance seem to sit side by side. Set above picture perfect Elterwater, commanding breath-taking views, yet only a few minute's stroll from this Langdale valley oasis.
This 300 year old cottage is one of just a few in the sleepy hamlet of Little Langdale, immersed in the walkers' paradise that is the Langdale Valley. You'll find breathtaking scenery at every turn, and exhilarating walks from your doorstep - Lingmoor Fell, Pike O'Blisco and Bow Fell to your north, and Wetherlam, Swirl How and the Coniston Fells to your south. At the end of the day, refuel at Little Langdale's excellent Three Shires Inn.