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Ash Cottage is a cosy tranquil detached cottage. The cottage is set within our own 20 acres, located in the hamlet of Skelwith, with close proximity to the magnificent scenery of both the Great Langdale and Little Langdale Valley. The iconic LANGDALE PIKES are clearly visible from the cottage patio and garden, which also provides a stunning 360 degree view of all the surrounding fells. Due to it's peaceful, elevated setting in the heart of the Lake District National Park, there is an abundance of wildlife and birdlife in the vicinity and an unrivalled opportunity to view some wonderful sunsets over the Pikes and Crinkle Crags.
Some of the finest walking in the Lakes is to be had from the cottage, where a garden gate and path across an adjoining field enable guests to access Black Crag, Tarn Hows and the beginning of Little Langdale among many other great walks.
Recently furnished with English sustainably sourced Oak furniture, gives this comfortable cottage a contemporary look.
Features include *High speed WiFi. *Roberts 100 sound system radio /CD Player with dock for I phone *Ample parking next to cottage *Cottage all on one level. * Paved patio with hardwood garden furniture.. *Beautiful secluded organic garden with herbs for visitors to use. *Walks from the door.. *BBQ *Stable suitable for storing cycles. .
Centrally located in the heart of the Lake District National Park, yet away from the crowds, all attractions are within easy reach.
Here some of the most majestic mountain scenery in Britain is to be found and certainly some of the finest walking. Well stocked village shop in Chapel Stile. Excellent pubs and restaurants nearby including the "Drunken Duck" & Chesters Cafe, a visitors favourite.
PETS are WELCOME BY ARRANGEMENT ONLY Two medium dogs maximum. £15.00 per pet per stay.
|2nd October 2021 to 29th October 2021||
|30th October 2021 to 20th December 2021||
|21st December to 4th January 2022||