A cosy, mid-terrace stone cottage in Little Langdale, situated in the idyllic Langdale Valley, just two miles from Elterwater and five miles from Ambleside and a two minute walk to the Three Shires Inn.
Located in the Lake District National Park, just a couple of minutes’ walk from Slaters Bridge and Cathedral Cave, Little Fell Cottage is a cosy holiday home for a perfect Lake District holiday at any time of the year.
This cute cottage provides cosy accommodation, ideal for a relaxing break with beautiful mountains, waterfalls and fells on the doorstep.
Inside, there is a sitting room with an open fire, a kitchen with dining area, a bathroom and three bedrooms.
Outside, there is a small front terrace with garden seat.
From this charming cottage you can walk further into the Langdale Valley over Lingmoor to Great Langdale.
Alternatively, cross the River Brathay at the local ford, and take a route to Tilberthwaite – the paths and bridleways are never ending.
You are sure to encounter some of the local Herdwick sheep which gentle roam the fells and are iconic symbols of the Lake District.
Whenever you stay in this stunning location the landscape will always give you a forever changing postcard to treasure.
A lovely cottage in a wonderful location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x 2’6” twin, 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire. External utility.
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About the location
Ambleside 5 miles.
The small hamlet of Little Langdale quietly sits in a scenic valley and consists of a scattering of houses and a local pub. The area is separated by the Lingmoor Fell from Great Langdale and is accessed via a twisting road which runs alongside the Brathay River, eventually passing by Little Langdale Tarn and heading to the Wrynose pass, following the path of an ancient Roman road. The landscape is magnificent with many regarding the area as the most beautiful in the British Isles, if not indeed the whole of Europe, inspiring many great poets over the years including William Wordsworth, known for his love of the area. With Ambleside and the whole of the National Park within easy reach, this magical location is not to be missed!
Note: Max 5 guests including infants.