Eskdale

Eskdale has spectacular scenery in its steep run down towards the sea at Ravenglass with its Roman remains, and it enjoys the services of a very practical but quaint narrow-gauge railway, yet it is far from well-known... Read More

Hotels in Eskdale - 5 places to stay

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Lutwidge Arms Hotel

Lutwidge Arms Hotel
The Lutwidge Arms Hotel dates back to the 1850's and taking the name of the Lutwidge family of Holmrook Hall, (who includes Lewis Carroll of Alice in Wonderland fame), it combined the roles of working ... More | visit website

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Fisherground Lodges

Fisherground Lodges
Fisherground lodges are set in the heart of the beautiful Eskdale valley, There are hundreds of walks straight from the door from short walks down the beautiful river Esk to hiking up Scafell Pike, England's ... More | visit website

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Stanley House (0.77 miles)

Stanley House

This converted former hostel, has been sympathetically converted into 12 ensuite bedrooms, with stunning views either of the fells to the North or the gardens, rivers and fells to the South. All rooms are very ... More | visit website

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Gate House (0.82 miles)

Gate House

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Distinctive Country House venue set in 60 acres of landscaped grounds with fabulous views of the fells, tarn and Japanese gardens- We have a fully stocked bar, sauna, ornate dining ... More

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Bridge Inn (0.87 miles)

Bridge Inn

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AWARD WINNING BEAUTIFUL FAMILY RUN COUNTRY INN SITUATED IN THE WASDALE VALLEY CLOSE TO WASTWATER, SCAFELL, GREAT GABLE ETC. MUNCASTER CASTLE AND THE RATTY RAILWAY AT RAVENGLASS. REAL JENNINGS ALES, ... More

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Bower House Inn (2.00 miles)

Bower House Inn

In a remote Lake District Valley Bower House Inn (Built in 1725)offers Tradition, Hospitality and an award winning Restaurant. Friendly staff and a range of cask ales and fine wines. A place to relax and ... More | visit website

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Bridge Inn (3.03 miles)

Bridge Inn
The Bridge Inn once a 16th century mail coaches halt is now a fine well established award winning Country Inn with rooms situated near Wastwater (Britain's Favourite View) and Scafell (England's highest mountain) and lots ... More | visit website
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Low Wood Hall Hotel (3.15 miles)

Low Wood Hall Hotel

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Low Wood Hall Hotel is a delightful getaway for couples, families, business travellers and adventurers alike, ideally situated in the unspoilt spectacular scenery of the Wasdale Valley. All of ... More

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Hodgson House (3.24 miles)

Hodgson House

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At the foot of the Lake District's Western Fells, Hodgson House (left of left photograph) is one of a select number of properties enjoying a stunning setting ... More

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Muncaster Country Guesthouse (4.08 miles)

Muncaster Country Guesthouse
Formerly the village school, Muncaster Country Guest House is now a four star guest house full of character and charm. Owners Sue & Vin invite you to enjoy the relaxing and informal home from home ... More | visit website
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Carleton Green (4.71 miles)

Carleton Green
Built in 1749 this elegant Grade II listed Georgian country residence, situated in the Lake District National Park, has many period features, providing excellent luxury accommodation, all set within an acre of mature, private and ... More | visit website
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Lutwidge Arms Hotel (4.84 miles)

Lutwidge Arms Hotel
The Lutwidge Arms Hotel dates back to the 1850's and taking the name of the Lutwidge family of Holmrook Hall, (who includes Lewis Carroll of Alice in Wonderland fame), it combined the roles of working ... More | visit website

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