Situated in the heart of Eskdale, Rock How is a beautiful family holiday cottage for families or an extended family group.
Six people can be accommodated in three bedrooms, there is a master bedroom and a double bedroom, both with flat screen TVs and a further twin bedroom. The newly refurbished bathroom has a large corner shower unit and a roll top bath with a hand held shower.
Eskdale is unspoilt and tranquil, untouched by modern development. The lanes overflow with wildflowers in the summer and wild strawberries grow right outside Rock How.
The famous La’al Ratty steam train takes you on leisurely seven-mile journey through the valley all the way to the coast. Eskdale has close links with the Roman History of Cumbria from the impressive ruins of Hardknott Fort to the bathhouses of Ravenglass.
Hundreds of inspiring walks begin from Eskdale; Scafell Pike, Harter Fell, Devoke Water and Muncaster Fell to name but a few. The River Esk is truly idyllic, with picture perfect bends and banks, and natural swimming pools along its course.
The well stocked village shop is just a five minute walk away, and within a ten minute walk are two of Eskdale’s five pubs.
Our Facebook Fan Christine Marriott said; "Stunning area, walks straight from the door and a gorgeous property. Opening those bedroom curtains to that view and lying in the garden in the sunshine after a day walking. Lovely memories."