Accommodation: Named as one of the Top 50 UK holiday cottages in 2016 by the Guardian Newspaper, Eller How House is the self-contained West wing of an architect designed Regency Country house. There are many quirky and unusual features, from the ornate plasterwork in th
Every part of this stay was wonderful. Helen took care of everything with such thoughtfulness. The welcome tea tray with home made cake, the quality of everything in the house for our use, the logs pr… More
Reviewed 20 Jul 2014
The house and garden were gorgeous and had everything you could possibly need. The house is huge, with beautiful rooms including the drawing room and main bedroom. It's extremely comfortable, fabulous… More
Thank-you for taking time to write a review and for the lovely comments. We would love to see you all again, but do bear in mind that the Lake District weather is not always so good.I am glad that you found so much for your family to do in the area and left feeling that there was still more to explore.
“A wonderful experience”
Reviewed 24 Mar 2014
We spent a long weekend at Eller How House and are already considering when we could possibly return. The house is stunning, beautifully furnished, with a big kitchen and nice dining area. There is a … More
Thank-you for writing a review, we do hope to see all (or some of you) again. Try a different time of year, Eller How is beautiful in the Autumn too!
John and Helen
FELLCROFT COTTAGE is located in the village of Backbarrow near Newby Bridge in the heart of the Southern Lakes just one mile from Lake Windermere. The cottage allows you to sit back and relax and enjoy the peace and quiet, to walk the local fells and country lanes from
A lovely cottage in a lovely location. Really clean and comfy which is the most important thing to me. It was an ideal location to access the Southern Lakes and really easy to find. Cath was really h… More
Low Mill is a charming Visit England 4* 17th Century cottage near Lakeside.Originally used by the mill workers at the nearby Bobbin Mill, the mill is now a museum owned by English Heritage.
The wood-burner, stylish bedrooms and the peaceful patio garden makes for an ide
We have had a delightful bank holiday weekend at Low Mill Cottage. It is perfect and we would love to stay again. The cottage was immaculate and bigger than i expected and location is great. We din… More
Thank you for taking the time to review our cottage, and for all your lovely comments. We would love to welcome you back.
“Wonderful relaxing retreat”
Reviewed 16 Mar 2013
We stayed at Low Mill Cottage for 3 nights in February 2013. We selected this cottage as we wanted somewhere that was quiet, but easily accessible with 3 good sized bedrooms and allowed dogs. Low Mill… More
Thank you for your kind comments and taking the time to review the cottage. We have many guests returning to Low Mill, and we hope that you will stay with us again. Kathryn Redford
“Wowza we want to be back !”
Reviewed 29 Oct 2012
Low mill cottage is a beautiful cottage with all modern cons !! Set in a beautiful surrounds in a peace full area, nights in snuggles up watching films tea at the gorgeous swan inn which is only a sho… More
Thank you so much for your comments. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your stay. The Swan hotel is a favourite of ours too. We look forward to welcoming you next year! K Redford
Lynwood Cottage is situated in the small south lakes village of Backbarrow, within the Lake District National Park. It is close to the southern tip of Lake Windermere (Newby Bridge 2 miles) and affords easy access to the southern and western lakes as well as the lakes p
A lovely comfortable well equipped cottage that was home for a week we Loved the wood burner in the lounge. Great location lots of lovely dog walks close by and close to tourist hot spots. Great commu… More
'Whitestone Cottage' was built in the late 18th Century and is part of a row of cottages, which were originally the homes of mill workers. It is a three storey cottage full of historic character displaying features such as an Ingelnook Fireplace with inset woodburner, a
Lovely cottage, everything you need very handy for local attractions. We booked as nephew was getting married at the Swan just a mile down the road so really handy. Weather was fantastic and gardens… More
Thank you for your lovely review on the cottage. I am pleased you enjoyed your stay at the cottage and found the cottage to be in the ideal location for your nephews wedding at the Swan. I am glad you had fantastic weather during your stay. I hope to welcome you back again in the future.
“Perfect for a week in the Lake District - everything there you could possibly need”
Reviewed 30 Mar 2013
We had a lovely week in the lakes and the location of this cottage was superb. A local pub about a mile away that offered friendly service and excellent food and lots of beautiful walks on the doorste… More
Thank you for your lovely review on the cottage.
I am delighted that you had a lovely week in the Lakes and that you found the location of the cottage superb.
There are lots of wonderful walks on the doorstep and so glad that you have enjoyed them.
“Wonderful cosy cottage”
Reviewed 9 Nov 2011
We had a fantastic stay at Whitestone Cottage. The cottage is ideally situated for you to travel around the lakes. Set in a real peaceful area. The cottage was really well furnished with all the mod c… More
Thank you so much for your wonderful review on the cottage. I am delighted you had a fantastic stay at the cottage and found the cottage to be in an ideal location for exploring the Lakes. I am very pleased that you found the cottage comfortable and well furnished and that you enjoyed cosy nights around the open fire. It is great to receive such positive feedback about the cottage and the passes for the leisure facilities, at the Swan Hotel. I look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
Located on the quiet Western shore of Lake Windermere close to Newby Bridge, this 2 bedroom self-catering apartment makes an ideal break in the Lake District National Park. The apartment is part of a converted stone barn built in the 1850s and is located solely on the
A fantastically furnished conversion in a beautiful, quiet location on the banks of Lake Windermere. An excellent base for visiting all the attractions of the Windermere area, by car or ferry! So pe… More
Thank you for your visit and your kind review. We are glad you enjoyed your stay and would love to welcome you back again!
“Home from home, beautiful cottage in idyllic location”
Reviewed 10 Jun 2014
Such a wonderful place to stay - location is fab for Windermere (we had a lovely day at the lake, and also hired a boat on Coniston) and the accommodation makes it so easy to stay.
Beds are comfy,… More
“Well-appointed flat in beautiful surroundings.”
Reviewed 18 Aug 2015
We stayed for 5 days, other family members were in another flat on the estate. We have visited Stott Park over a 30 year period and always enjoy our time there because the estate is large and has acce… More
*** UNESCO awards the Lake District World Heritage Site Status *** (07/17)
Swan View is a newly refurbished cottage, originally built in 1864 (1 0f 12) by the Furness Railway for steam railway and lake cruiser employees.
The cottage is located in the Lake District Natio
We stayed here in Aug 16 and it was a fantastic base for the Southern Lakes. Fell Foot park is only 5 minutes away which is a great National Trust property for energetic kids of all ages.
Tony pr… More
So glad you all enjoyed your stay, thank you for your kind comments on Swan View Cottage. Look forward to seeing you again soon! Cheers, Tony E
“Swan view cottage”
Reviewed 12 Jul 2017
Lovely, cute spotlessly clean well equipped cottage. Tucked away in a pretty location, with the steam train passing at the bottom of the garden every half hour.
The swan hotel is a short walk away wh… More
Thank you for your review, I'm so glad you enjoyed your break at Swan View. You were the perfect guests and left the cottage so spick and span there was little for me to do at changeover! Come again soon. TonyE
Reviewed 10 Aug 2016
We stayed in this wonderful railway cottage and it felt so homely and cosy straight away.
The steam train at the bottom of the garden was of course the highlight, going once an hour from 11am till 4p… More
Thanks for your excellent review of Swan View Cottage and as a touring base. I was very impressed by how much ground you covered during your stay! Come back again soon. Cheers, Tony E
Jazzberry Cottage is a brand new quality cottage conversion occupying an enviable location in the heart of the Southern Lake District. Either immerse yourself in the many varied attractions within 10 mins of the property or lose yourself in the surrounding stunningly be
Its hard to find a stay where you can actually kick back and relax, but once you've walked one of the many routes near buy, this is it. Feels very home like and comfortable. Id recommend to anybody lo… More
“Luxury romantic cottage delight”
Reviewed 12 Jan 2014
The cottage is first class, It's worth getting muddy on a long walk just to be able to justify using the bathroom again. Very warm and cosy place with high quality furnishings throughout. The correspo… More
Reviewed 15 Aug 2012
Stunning cottage in quiet area but close enough to shops. You will need to travel by car as I haven't really seen any buses. The three levels might be a problem for someone with mobility problems. My… More
Woodside near Newby Bridge, is a family owned and maintained cottage by Alison and Brian Smith, who really care that you have a great holiday.We strive to provide a personalised quality cottage and service. You won't be disappointed.
Woodside near Lakeside and Newby Br
The accommodation was faultless, spacious bedrooms, excellent kitchen and dining area with modern appliances, lounge area with up to date entertainment bathroom and en-suite facilities spotless.
Many thanks for your review. We are pleased you found Woodside to be "faultless", what high praise and I will pass your kind comments on to our wonderful caretaker who keeps it immaculately clean and in tip top presentation.
Reviewed 3 Jul 2013
This was a lovely cosy cottage to stay in with the family and was really well equipped. The cottage was clean and was located in an ideal location for walks and trips. Everything we needed was availa… More
Thank you for your review. We are so pleased you found Woodside to be well equipped, clean and in such an excellent location.
“Fantastic cottage, can't fault and is genuinely dog friendly”
Reviewed 27 Jun 2013
I cannot fault this cottage. The interior is beautiful and has every mod con including dishwasher and broadband, and log burner. It is rare to find people who will allow 3 dogs, and in such a top qu… More
Thank you for your review. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay and found Woodside so welcoming for dogs and their owners.
Woodside is a romantic historic,LUXURY cottage .It was the lodging house for the young mill workers who over 200 years ago worked in the Stott Park Bobbin Mill (as featured on BBC 1's Britain's Hidden Heritage) Today the mill is owned by English Heritage. You'll be sta
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