Bell Crags is a traditional former miners cottage situated in the hamlet of Seatoller at the foot of the Honister pass. The serene location of the Borrowdale valley is perfect for those seeking a comfortable and homely base from which to enjoy all the valley has to offer.
4 people can be comfortably accommodated in this two bedroom property, which benefits from a cosy sitting room with open fire, a well equipped kitchen and dining room, and a patio for sitting out.
Bell Crags has a peaceful outlook across the valley and takes its name from an east facing crag on nearby Watendlath Fell.
Walking in Borrowdale is second to none with both the lofty heights of Scafell Pike, and the family friendly Catbells right on the doorstep. The valley floor offers gentle bike rides, whilst thrill seekers can take in the fearsome passes of Honister and Whinlatter.
Keswick is a 20 minute drive away offering two supermarkets and many pubs, cafes and shops. The valley is well served by the Borrowdale Rambler (all year round) and the Honister Rambler (seasonal) allowing you to explore the valley without needing a car.