Situated in the centre of Chapel Stile, Pilgrims Rest used to be the Vicarage of Holy Trinity Church (30 yds up the hill). Since the building of the new vicarage it's been used as a part time residence and is currently owned by the 'Byrams', who intend to retire to Chapel Stile once they've stopped working quite so hard in the south.
A traditional Lakeland Farmhouse dating from the 1880's and situated in Chapel Stile in Great Langdale close to the Church, Shop and Wainwrights Inn. The Langdale Pikes stand proudly at the head of the valley and there are magnificent walks in every direction.
On the edge of the village of Chapel Stile stands a row of traditional Quarrymans cottages, built around 1870 to house workers in the nearby slate quarry and gunpowder works. Lovingly looked after by its owners Holly Tree Cottage is warm & comfortable with all you could need for a relaxing break.
Converted in 2004, Dale End Barn provides cleverly spaced accommodation for those wishing to take advantage of the tranquility and beauty of this part of the Lake District. Situated on the Red Bank road that runs between Elterwater and Grasmere. The barn doors open up to reveal a spacious living, dining, kitchen room.
Bottom Shop started life as a Joiners workshop, along Elterwater's main village street. Perfectly located for walking in all directions or just strolling to the 'local' at then end of the street, well situated for visiting the areas attractions too. Bottom Shop's cosy and traditional style has kept people coming back year on year.
Winder Green is a 4 star four bedroomed cottage on the fells above lake Ullswater near Pooley Bridge.
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3 nights over bank holiday weekend £484
weeks stay from 25th May £648
The Old Barn in Askham between Ullswater and Haweswater is available this bank holiday weekend. The cottage sleeps up to 5 guests in 3 bedrooms. £330 for 3 nights stay.
The Old Sawpit is a traditional and cosy place for 4, perfectly located in the small village of Elterwater for you to enjoy a Lake District holiday.
Formerly known as 9 Lingmoor ViewOn the edge of the village of Chapel Stile stands a row of traditional Quarrymans cottages, built around 1870 to house workers in the nearby slate quarry and gunpowder works.