Discover Eskdale and the Western Lakes by staying at Stanley House where we offer B&B but better. We offer a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere and a B&B experience with a bit more freedom. Our 12 en-suite rooms are all spacious and furnished to a high standard with lovely views of our private gardens or the gentle steam trains of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway. All our rooms have flat screen TVs and DVD players and there is free wifi throughout the house. We have family suites available and dogs are welcome in half our rooms. And you re not confined to your room at Stanley House as we have two comfortable and cosy sitting rooms and beautiful gardens for guests to enjoy. We ll look after breakfast for you but you are then welcome to make your own snacks and meals throughout the day with full access to our open plan kitchen and dining room. Our well-stocked Open Larder has all the basic essentials you ll need! If you d prefer to avoid any cooking Stanley House is within walking distance of some fine Inns in Boot or Eskdale Green. Our own sister property The Woolpack is nearby at the foot of Hardknott Pass and serves food all day. The beautiful valley of Eskdale is in the heart of the Lake District National Park and at Stanley House the fells really are on our doorstep. On offer is a choice of walks from gentle lowland paths along the River Esk to the more strenuous heights of Scafell Pike. There s a wayside halt right outside our door where you can catch the famous Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway or La al Ratty as it s known locally. Nearby you ll find Wastwater in Wasdale - voted Best View in Britain and other great local attractions such as Muncaster Castle and the Owl Trust the coastal village of Ravenglass or the Maritime Festival town of Whitehaven - an ancient smugglers haven. Stanley House is also available for sole private use so you can enjoy your own house party for family celebrations and group activities.
WalkLakes recognises that hill walking, or walking in the mountains, is an activity with a danger of personal injury or death.
Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.