A warm welcome to Birk How, a characterful cottage in lovely Eskdale Green. This beautifully proportioned Victorian cottage sleeps six people in three gorgeous bedrooms and welcomes up to three well behaved dogs. Boasting period features, glorious fell views, wonderful walking and cycling right on the doorstep and a much-loved pub just a short walk away it makes the perfect destination for a family or small group to enjoy this stunning area.
Eskdale Green is a village with a timeless feel about it in the tranquil Western Lake District. The La'al Ratty, a much-loved narrow gauge steam railway, passes within view of the house, in fact you can catch the train at Irton Road Station just a stone's throw away. Passengers can wind their way to the coast at Ravenglass or the foot of the fells at Boot. If you've come to the Lake District ready to explore the great outdoors then you could scarcely be better placed. You can take on the mighty Scafells from the head of the valley, wander up Muncaster Fell from the door or enjoy gentle potters along the crystal clear River Esk and around the Japanese Gardens. Why not try a chilly wild swim in one of the Esk's wonderful deep pools? The valley has five excellent pubs in which to reward yourself after your outdoor adventures.
Only slightly further off there is a great choice of things to do. Explore the Roman history of the area at the mountainside Hardknott Roman Fort or at lovely Ravenglass on the coast. Muncaster Castle makes a great day out for all ages with its spooky history, gorgeous gardens, adventure playground and bird of prey displays. If you've come armed with golf clubs then Eskdale has a delightful parkland course while Seascale, eight miles away, boasts a renowned links to challenge you. So whether you'd like to challenge yourself in Cumbria's fells or just gather your family and relax in a warm and welcoming cottage then Birk How makes the ideal destination.