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£525-2379 per week, sleeps 10

Scafell Cottage

Eskdale Valley, CA19 1TG     Tel: 01244 352022

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Scafell Cottage, Eskdale is a stunning Grade II listed barn conversion with beautiful traditional and modern features, located in the pretty village of Boot in the Eskdale Valley. The cottage is close to local pubs and the shop, and an easy drive to some lovely hikes and local attractions. The cottage sleeps 10 adults, with one double bedroom with en-suite, one master double room with en-suite, one triple room, one twin gallery room and a family shower room. The sitting room/dining area and kitchen is open plan, with lovely floor to ceiling windows, traditional beams and exposed stonework. There is a shared garden, with parking for 3 cars. The cottage is an easy walk to Scafell Pike and close to the beaches of the Solway coast, Langdale, Grasmere, Muncaster Castle and Gardens, and the Eskdale Golf Course. Scafell Cottage is a beautiful place for a group or a family to take a holiday, and is perfectly placed to explore all the Eskdale Valley has to offer.


Four bedrooms: 1 double room on the ground floor, with king-size bed and en-suite with shower cubicle, WC and hand basin, 1 x master double room with a king-size bed and en-suite with slipper bath, WC and hand basin, 1 x triple room with 3 single beds, 1 x twin Gallery room. Family shower room with WC and basin on ground floor. Open plan sitting room/kitchen/dining area.


Gas central heating. Gas oven with hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, and dishwasher. Sky TV, CD player, iPod dock and a selection of games and books. Gas and electric inc. in rent. Wifi. Private parking for 3 cars, shared garden with garden furniture. Pub within walking distance. Spa treatments available at the cottage if booked in advance. Note: Max 10 adults.

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