Nestled in a pretty Langdale hamlet, this 'topsy turvy' 17th century
Lakeland cottage offers walks in abundance from its doorstep. An
elegant refurbishment has equipped the accommodation to exacting
standards, but kept in place its traditional features; exposed ceiling
beams, slate fireplace, thick walls, vaulted ceiling and picturesque
This peaceful and perhaps romantic retreat promises fire-side cosiness
in winter, a private terraced patio for summery days, and a fine local
pub nearby to follow those hard days on the fells. The greatest treat
is the view from the master bedroom's brass bed! Anns Cottage boasts
inclusive Langdale Leisure Club Membership for guests.
From 7th September 2018 this property will change to a Friday Change
Accommodation in detail
Lane parking outside the cottage or next to the church. Entrance leads
into well-equipped kitchen with fabulous view. Traditional walls open
to cosy but bright lounge/dining room with stylish glass table,
deep-cushioned furnishings and open fire. Also on ground floor are
first twin bedroom and serene bathroom with corner bath. Inner hallway
leads to staircase, rising to boutique-style double bedroom with
vaulted ceiling and brass bed. Terraced balcony gives access to bike
The cottage's picturesque hamlet in the Langdale Valley offers
tranquility, friendly local community, spectacular scenery, a wealth of
world renowned walking in the surrounding area and on the Langdale
Pikes, even without driving to a start-point.
You could easily spend an entire holiday in Langdale Valley, taking
memorable photos and ending days on the fells with hearty pub food and
local ale. But you're never far from Ambleside, with excellent shops,
pubs, bars, restaurants, cinema and cruises on Lake Windermere.
Coniston, Hawkshead, Grasmere and Windermere are also within easy reach
by bus or car.
The River Rothay runs through Langdale Valley, leading to Elterwater
tarn. Lazy picnics, leisurely waterside walks and relaxation aplenty.