Eller How House
from £114 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £114 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Accommodation: Eller How House is the self-contained West wing of al Regency Villa designed by the architect George Webster as his family home.There are many unusual features, from the ornate plasterwork in the sitting room to the collection of 'heads' holding up the ceiling in the master bedroom. You can explore the woods directly from the house and have access out onto the fell with magnificent views.
The accommodation comprises; Ground floor-entrance hall, kitchen /dining room, utility room with washer/dryer and freezer. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room with W.C. and basin.
Twin bedroom with en suite shower room, basin and W.C. Inner hall with stairs up to first floor landing with double doors to drawing room with marble fireplace and decorative plasterwork.
Double bedroom with veranda. Ensuite bathroom with freestanding cast iron roll top bath, W.C. and basin.
Eller How House is a holiday destination in itself, set in its own beautiful woodland with space for families and friends to relax. Come to enjoy a 'Winter Week-end or Mid-Week offer, a long week-end package or a mid-week (four night) stay. Enjoy the days walking or sightseeing with your return to an evening in front of the log fire in the comfortable sitting room or a stroll through the woods. Get in touch for further details.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester 140 km, Nearest railway: Grange-over-Sands 3 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 En suites|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden|
|Further details indoors|
The single beds are zip-link and can be joined if requested to make Super King size bed (please state on booking). Please request stairgate for toddlers (or dogs).
Please note that the sitting room is upstairs.
Please note-ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING AT THIS PROPERTY
Visitor Notes: care must be taken near the unfenced lake and low balcony on the veranda. The woodland walks can be steep and slippery in places.
No fireworks please
GIFT VOUCHERS for Surprise Breaks are available.
Winter breaks are popular and there always plenty to do in the Lake District whatever the season.
NO EXTRA BOOKING FEES WITH THIS PROPERTY. PAY BY CHEQUE, BANK TRANSFER OR CREDIT CARD.
|Further details outdoors|
Private courtyard parking for up to three cars (we can accommodate more please ask) .
Terraced garden area to the front of the property with garden table and six chairs.
Grassed meadow area to the front for visitor's use.
There are woodland walks, trees to climb and rocks to scramble over. We have a summer house with sea views and lots of picnic spots.
We open by appointment for the National Garden Scheme Charity.
Weekly lets are usually Friday 4pm to Friday 10am. Easter (school holidays) to end of September.
We can be more flexible about dates at other times.
Week-end lets are usually Friday 4pm to Monday 10am. (excluding Autumn half term, Christmas and New Year)
Sleeps up to six plus baby/small child.
Up to two well behaved dogs (£20.00 each)
The Lake District
The Lake Distict is one of the most beautiful parts of the United Kingdom, with its mountains and green fertile valleys, it has inspired the Romantic poets, such as Wordsworth and Coleridge and artists from Turner to Ruskin, who built his home on the shores of Lake Coniston. Visitors from all over the world come to immerse themselves in the scenery, to walk, climb or enjoy water sports.
Sited in the south of the Lake District National Park, Eller How is ten minutes from the southern end of Lake Windermere and fifteen minutes from junction 36 of the M6. There are sea views from the summer house in the grounds and stupendous views of the Lakeland hills ten minutes walk up the fell behind the house.
We are ideally situated for walking on the Southern fells or water sports on Windermere and Coniston. Ambleside is half an hour away and you could be in the northern lakes in less than an hour.
The historic village of Cartmel with its Priory and racecourse is within easy reach, as are the shops at the Victorian resort of Grange over Sands. For garden lovers Levens Hall and Holker Hall are both essential visits. The National Trust estates at Fell Foot and Sizergh Castle are nearby. Beatrix Potter's house at High Sawrey is less than half an hour drive away.
For food lovers L'Enclume, Michellin star winner and number one UK restaurant, is five minutes away, whilst those who want more modest fare will find plenty of good quality pubs and gastropubs in the area. Shopping for good quality, locally produced food is easy with shops in Grange, Cartmel (sticky toffee pudding) and at Sizergh Barn there are branches of Booths Supermarkets at Ulverston, Milnthorpe, Windermere and Kendal.
The Lake Distict is an all year round visitor attraction.
There is racing at Cartmel on all Bank-Holiday week-ends.
Holker has its annual Garden Festival in June and has other celebrations throughout the year.
There is plenty to interest garden lovers with Leven's Hall, Holehird and Holker all close by. We open Eller How woodland by arrangement for the National Garden Scheme for spring flowers from February to June.
The South Lakes Music Festival takes place at various venues throughout August.
There is a steam train running throughout the year at Newby Bridge can take you to Lakeside for a cruise.The Motor Museum at Backbarrow has a replica of Donald Campbell's Bluebird. Twitcher's will enjoy a day at RSPB's Leighton Moss.
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7 Feb 2015
"Mini break in a most beautiful place"
A big thank you to Helen and John for sharing your beautiful home with us. what a comfortable and stylish home set in wonderful grounds just wish we could have stayed longer.We will definitely be bac… More
3 Feb 2015
"A most memorable 60th Birthday stay!"
Every part of this stay was wonderful. Helen took care of everything with such thoughtfulness. The welcome tea tray with home made cake, the quality of everything in the house for our use, the logs provided and fire set - we settled in without delay and enjoyed every minute of this special weekend. Thanks a million - we hope to return with friends very soon.
1 Feb 2015
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful short stay in this incredible property. Unlike anything we'd stayed in before (and far grander!) with the most amazing private grounds for walking our dog, th… More
14 Jan 2015
"Wow, Wow and Wow!!"
Eller How is fantastic! It is so much more than the pictures and everything is first class. Helen and John couldn't be better hosts. Helen had a sponge cake, dinner and breakfast supplies wait… More
Thank-you for taking the time to write a review of your pre-Christmas stay at Eller How House. We are so glad that you all enjoyed your holiday and found plenty to do despite the poor weather. Next time we will send you a list of antique shops and auction houses as you could fill a week browsing!
I hope you all had a very happy family Christmas in the UK and that we see you next time you are over here. John and Helen
5 Nov 2014
"Home made Victoria sponge, a tea tray and vases of sweet peas welcomed us to Eller How House"
We were being treated to a long weekend by our children to celebrate our birthdays. Eller How house was a fantastic choice. We felt as though we were staying in a country house hotel. The accomodatio… More
Thank-you for finding time to write such a lovely review.
We are so pleased that Eller How provided the ideal venue for such a special family time.
We hope to catch up with you all in 2015. John and helen
29 Sep 2014
"Delightful house and secluded garden."
Our first response was 'wow' and we weren't disappointed. This house matches the photos! A wonderful experience staying in such a large and interesting house. Everything was really well… More
We are so glad that you enjoyed your stay at Eller How. The architecture is quintessentially British, with the cottage garden in front and the woodland setting around.
We hope that you have all taken many special memories back to Australia with you.
14 Sep 2014
"The perfect holiday let"
Have just returned from a week at Eller How. Fabulously renovated,comfortable and with great facilities. Max the dog loved it and by the second day was already leading us to the front door. Slightly h… More
Thank-you for taking time to write a review of your stay at Eller How House. I am glad that you all had such a good time. It can be difficult finding places to eat if you have specific dietary requirements but we do have some great local shops and supermarkets. Just a note to say that the Lindale Inn (which you mention) has now shut down but the Royal Oak in Lindale does cater for all sorts of diets (sorry no dogs!).
22 Aug 2014
This was our 2nd holiday at Eller How House and once again we had a wonderful time. The owners are lovely and helpful and very good cooks (a dinner menu is available at certain times). The house is in… More
Thank-you for finding time whilst you are still on holiday to write a review. It was a pleasure to see you again and to meet your extended family.
We do hope that you will be able to come again and will sort out mountain bike hire and trails and some Blue Badge walking guides for you to contact.
John and Helen
11 Aug 2014
A week's stay in this quaint house set in some beautiful surroundings. Great walks close by and our two spaniels loved walking in the woods behind the house. House is well equiped to a high stand… More
Thank-you for taking time to write a review.
We would love to see you again and will be in touch.
Do try a trip on the Stream Boat Gondola on Coniston for a different experience next time.
20 Jul 2014
The house and garden were gorgeous and had everything you could possibly need. The house is huge, with beautiful rooms including the drawing room and main bedroom. It's extremely comfortable, fabulous bed in the main bedroom. The garden has loads of space to sit out, play games and explore. Helen's food was delicious. The perfect hosts Helen and John.5 stars
Thank-you for taking time to write a review and for the lovely comments. We would love to see you all again, but do bear in mind that the Lake District weather is not always so good.I am glad that you found so much for your family to do in the area and left feeling that there was still more to explore.
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