Sitting in the magnificent Wasdale Valley and surrounded by stunning views you'll find Low Greendale. Once home to famous fell runner and sheep farmer Joss Naylor, it's a wonderful Lakeland farmhouse for 8/10 people to escape to. Inside you'll find a great kitchen, living-dining room and bright sun room. Also on the ground floor is a cosy snug with a sofa bed that can accommodate an extra 2 people on request. Upstairs on the first floor there are 4 lovely bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Outside there is parking for 2-3 cars next to the cottage and a fantastic rear garden with stunning views towards the surrounding fells.
Walkers will rejoice at the choice of routes on offer, from woodland walks and lakeside strolls to high fells, there's something to suit everyone here. Take a walk along country roads down to Wastwater, England's deepest lake, or explore the woods around nearby Nether Wasdale. You can tick off some of the area's most popular fells during your stay at Low Greendale including Yewbarrow, Pillar, Buckbarrow and the mighty Great Gable. The well prepared can also tackle Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain. You'll be in need of some refreshments after all that exercise. 2.5 miles away in the hamlet of Nether Wasdale are two popular pubs, perfect for a real ale and a hearty meal after a long day out exploring.
Why not spend a day exploring the neighbouring valley of Eskdale? Take a ride on La'al Ratty, the much loved Ravenglass to Eskdale steam railway, and admire the views of the estuary and fells from a different perspective. Plan a visit to Muncaster Castle at Ravenglass; tour the historic house, explore the 77 acres of gardens or take in one of the amazing bird of prey flying displays. Enjoy a walk at remote Devoke Water or head to the South Cumbrian coast. Enjoy a bracing stroll along the beach, taking in the wide open vistas as you go.