New Self Catering Accommodation in the Western Lake District

Within touching distance of England’s deepest Lake and its highest Peak, the village of Nether Wasdale is a delight in itself.

New for 2018 is Low Wood Lodge providing self catering accommodation for up to 14 people with views of the Wasdale Screes and the epic Scafell Pike. Converted from an existing building within the grounds of Low Wood Hall, the location couldn’t be more perfect for groups wanting to walk, climb, cycle and explore the unspoilt Western Lake District. A short walk and Wastwater awaits, England’s deepest body of water and the monumental Wasdale Screes ploughing down into it.

What sets Low Wood Lodge apart from many large self catering properties is its makeup of six, en-suite bedrooms. No need to worry about who’s using the bathroom and with plenty of space to get away from it all and relax. Linen and towels are provided too AND Wi-Fi.

self catering wasdale scafell pikeLow Wood Lodge is also a great place for family gatherings for special Birthday’s and celebration or wedding party groups. This beautiful location is very popular with brides and grooms choosing to hold their special day in one of the wedding venues.

So it has the location, it has the view, it has the bedrooms and bathrooms, the icing on the cake is the residents only bar and dining next door. Low Wood Hall serves food and drinks daily for guests staying there and at Low Wood Lodge. Delicious food, perfect for refuelling after a day on the fells or any Western Lake District adventures. Sit in the bar or in the dining room and the views are some of the best of any restaurant in the Lake District.

So find the real best of both worlds at Low Wood Lodge self catering in Wasdale. Minimum two night stays, great value for money, book direct via http://www.lowwoodlodge.co.uk/

Eskdale – the Lake District’s Hidden Adventure Capital

eskdale lake districtEskdale combines picture postcard cottages and hamlets with dramatic Lakeland fells and a location offering activities and adventure galore.

From the Eskdale embark on walking up England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike. The views from the summit are simply stunning.

The area is a cyclist’s paradise whether it’s mountain bike or road biking routes. For road bikers then it has to be Hardknott Pass, a technical challenge or mind body and strength! Hardknott Pass leading to Wrynose Pass is the gateway to the central Lakes including the Langdale Valley too. Facts – England’s steepest road, a gradient of 30% (or 1 in 3).

For mountain bikers there are routes for all abilities from flat, bridleways and riverside tracks to downhill mayhem. With the narrow roads in the area, getting around on a bike is one of the best ways.
But let’s not forget the water activities including kayaking and caneoing, rock climbing, abseiling and more. Eskdale and the surrounding area really is adventure (and enjoyment) paradise.

Eskdale is fully geared up for groups breaks and holidays whether that be families, friends or a collection of couples. With some excellent large self catering properties to hire at rates far cheaper than the south and central lakes, it’s time to sample the wonderful Wester Lake District in 2017.

Accommodation spotlight:
Rowan Bank cottage in Eskdale, an 8 person self catering property within touching distance of the famous Woolpack Inn at the foot of Hardknott Pass. The owners also run West Lakes Adventure, activity and adventure providers. Due to open spring 2017 are two exciting eco bunkhouses in the same location each sleeping 6.

For more details on accommodation and activities visit http://www.stayineskdale.co.uk/