Holiday Cottages In Eskdale To Rent
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About an hours drive from the more touristy spots of Bowness-On-Windermere and Rydal, Eskdale is full of raw and wild charm. Bordering this valley, walkers will find many challenging climbs including Scafell Pike, Hard Knott and Crinkle Crags. A stone’s throw away visitors will also find the stunning Wast Water; possibly one of the most stunning lakes in the National Park. The only corn mill still in use can also be found in the stunning valley.
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Tracy - verified booking
"The location provides seclusion which we loved. There are three pubs all within walking distance. We took our own food, etc so didn't need the shops. The location is a great base for exploring the Western Lakes. We enjoyed visiting Muncaster Castle and we went on the steam train experience which was great. We also explored the coast (Seascale, St Bees and Whitehaven) and went to Coniston Lake. We have mixed feelings about the cottage. All bedding provided and was immaculate and we appreciated the electric bed warmer. You have to take your own towels. The cottage is pet friendly and we didn't think fabric seating was ideal for dogs rubbing past. There was a lot of furniture and we felt some was unnecessary and generally downstairs would benefit from a deep clean. The access to the beach was disappointing as it was a ladder and therefore no good for the dogs and less mobile humans would struggle. When reading the description we got the impression we had to pay the fuel supplement as we would have no form of heat. We did send a check the week before however this was unnecessary as the cottage has an excellent combi boiler, the fuel supplement is for the open fire material so we felt duped. Another issue was the rubbish. Outside the cottage was a wheelie bin and crates however some of these were nearly full and there were no instructions as to what day we needed to move them further onto the road for collection. Broadband/wifi excellent."
Ms Walker - verified booking
"Location is really great for accessing the S West Lake District area. Great walks on the doorstep. I had an absolutely fabulous birthday weekend there with my family. An ice tray or 2 in the freezer would be good. However local pub kindly sold me a bag of ice to chill my birthday bubbly / cool the G&T's. There ought to be a very obvious statement on the property description about NOT following the SATNAV to get there. My fault for not reading the Directions link properly .... we drove over Hardknock pass in the dark.... "Hardknott Pass is known as one of Britain's most challenging roads. This single track road right through the middle of the Lake District National Park, in the region of Cumbria, England, it’s a heart-stopping series of sharp and narrow hairpin bends. It’s said to be the steepest road in England with a gradient of 1 in 3 (about 33%)." Also a mention of the narrow stone pillars on the drive with a suggestion to park at Eskdale Green would be helpful. Our very wide Skoda Superb Estate did make it over the pass and down the drive, but only just. A wonderful property though and I definitely hope to return."
Lindsay - verified booking
"S18459 is a pretty property in a quiet hamlet. Its location provides easy access to the western lakes and to interesting coastal towns and villages.The cottage is generally comfortable, but the dining chairs could do with replacing as none of them are comfortable to sit on. We used cushions from the settee for padding. The mattress topper is a bit soft and very warm which caused us to wake up every night in a sweat. There was no protector on the topper which was stained.The tea pot is an absolutely hopeless pourer and needs replaced, and there is still a need for a clothes horse--it is the Lake District after all, where are folk meant to hang wet coats etc. to dry after a day in the rain, never mind any washing?Despite these small grumbles, we had a lovely holiday based at S18459. The countryside is beautiful, and there is so much to see and do. We would happily stay there again and recommend the cottage to friends.Thank you for the bottle of wine on arrival. It was much appreciated.P.S. Key safe not very easy to find/access."
Jane - verified booking
"We stayed in Ganny Cottage for 4 days over Christmas and enjoyed every minute. The cottage is in a very rural location which is just what we were after. The directions given are accurate. The cottage has everything you need, toilet roll, handsoap, kitchen roll, tea, coffee, salt and pepper and all the pots, pans, crockery and cutlery you need. I cooked a meal for 6 on Boxing Day with no problems. The wood burner warms up the cottage quite quickly, we had gales and freezing weather but were snug and warm andthere are extra heaters around the place if needed.We were fortunate enough to have the owners staying next door during our trip. They kindly put the heating on for our arrival and left us a bottle of wine and biscuits. When the weather forecasted snow they came round with more coal and wood.If I had any negative comment it would be lack of phone and internet. This would not normally bother us but it was Christmas and we had no way to contact our family. All in all we had the perfect break and would stay again."
Mr J - verified booking
"This is without doubt the best accommodation I have stayed at in the Lake District by some distance as well.The accommodation was spotlessly clean warm and cosy, everything you could possibly need was catered for down to some very nice touches, such as some milk in the fridge and cleaning and washing facilities provided for.The area was beautiful, absolutely stunning scenery and only short walk away down to Wastwater lake itself.The location of the accommodation was within easy travelling distance should you want to travel further afield to explore different parts of the Lakes and beyond.Quite simply a wonderful relaxing and very enjoyable week in the Lakes made all the more pleasurable because of the quality of the accommodation, the weather was even good for the most part as well.I returned home very happy with my batteries full recharged.I will certainly book this accommodation again when I am on holidays in the Lake District."