The Coachhouse (Eskdale)

Availability

£340 - £720

Area:
Eskdale
Sleeps:
2
Bedrooms:
1
Bathrooms:
1
Changeover:
Saturday
Pets Allowed?:
2
Garden:
enclosed
Parking:
Private
Fire type:
wood burner
WiFi:
Yes
Nearest Pub:
Half a mile

If you're looking for a cosy retreat for 2 that's surrounded by beautiful scenery, then The Coachhouse in Eskdale Green could just be the one for you. Inside you'll find charming accommodation that's perfect for a romantic break away. The lovely living room has a fantastic wood burner and the dining kitchen is well equipped, perfect for whipping up delicious meals. The king size bedroom and bathroom can be found upstairs and the cottage has a wonderful large garden, with lawn and patio area ideal for people and dogs alike!

The peaceful hamlet of Eskdale Green is a fantastic base for a holiday. Keen walkers will delight at the wealth of walking opportunities on offer from the door. Explore the delightfully named Giggle Alley Wood and the intriguing Japanese Garden, or enjoy a picnic lunch at the beautiful Stanley Ghyll Force. There's plenty of choice nearby for longer days out on the fell tops too. The well prepared can tackle Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain, or hike up Muncaster Fell for stunning views over the valley. Visit remote Devoke Water or head to the neighbouring valley of Wasdale for a walk by magnificent Wastwater, the deepest of all The Lakes. The picturesque Cumbrian coast is also within reach, so why not spend some time exploring here? Check out the harbour town of Whitehaven, enjoy a cliff top walk at St Bees Head or visit nearby Drigg Beach less than a 15 minute drive away.

A ride on the scenic Eskdale to Ravenglass railway, affectionately known as La'al Ratty, is a must and it's a great way to take in your stunning surroundings. The coastal town of Ravenglass as a rich history and the remains of the Roman Bathhouse is sure to intrigue. Visit the historic - and reputedly haunted - Muncaster Castle; take a tour of the historic house and its beautiful gardens before taking in one of their spectacular bird of prey displays.