Little Fell Cottage, Langdale
Cottage Website: www.holidaycottagelangdale.co.uk
Little Fell is a typical Lake District holiday cottage UK sleeping up to 5 people in comfortable self catering accommodation.
The Lake District holiday cottage is in the heart of the idyllic valley of Little Langdale with walks to the river, fells and tarns starting on the doorstep. Perfectly located in the centre of the Lake District yet far from the madding crowd.
English Lake District Self Catering Accommodation
Offering accommodation for families and groups up to 5 people, Little Fell cottage includes the following facilities:
- One double, one twin and one single room
- Fully equipped kitchen diner
- Lounge with open log fire, digital colour tv, dvd player
- Modern bathroom with shower over bath
- Storage heaters in all rooms
- Log fire
- Bed linen & towels included / cot for hire
- Out house with washer, clothes drying area, bike storage etc.
- Free Wifi
The main bedroom has spectacular views over the valley towards Wetherlam; the lounge and other bedrooms look onto the fields and wood opposite.
£450 - £650 per week.
Short breaks also available in low and mid season.
The valleys of Great and Little Langdale are renowned for spectacular scenery and challenging walks. Little Langdale has both high and low level walks, and children can have much fun playing and swimming in the river at Slater's Bridge. The famous Cathedral Cave and Slater's Bridge are 15 minutes stroll away and the Three Shires Inn is only 5 minutes walk for excellent real ales and superb food.
Parking on the lane nearby. Shop 3 miles. Start day Friday, short breaks available.
For availability and further information please visit our cottage website:
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Three Shires Inn, Little Langdale, Ambleside, English Lake District, Cumbria, LA22 9NZ
+44 (0)15394 37215
F: +44 (0)15394 37127
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