“Magical Eller How House” We had a wonderful few days at Eller How House. It is set beyond a picturesque lake at the foot of the woods .We arrived in the late afternoon, after following the comprehensive directions send by John and Helen , There was milk in the fridge and a homemade Victoria Sandwich, which was most welcome.
The house was warm and welcoming, with a large well equipped kitchen and dining area. All the bedrooms were charming with plenty of clean, crisp bedlinen.The owners have impeccable taste as the whole house is beautifully decorated and each room has such character.
The drawing room was a great place to unwind before the log fire which John and Helen had 'dressed' for our first night. We could all find our own 'space' to relax if we wanted,which was wonderful as our children are 16 and 13.
The South Lakes location gave us a good base to explore the immediate areas of Windermere, Hawkshead, Cartmel, Grange over Sands and Coniston. There were plenty of local shops within a short drive for all our needs.
Best of all were the grounds around the property which were great to explore without being too far from the log fire.We certainly intend to visit again.
“Perfect” The cottage is perfect,very well equipped and EXCELLENT location.
Very thoughtfull touches by the owner; such as dressing the children's beds with Thomas the Tank bedding and leaving sweets for the kids to find! The garden is beautiful and the kids (& adults)never grew tired of waving to the passengers on the passing steam trains.
So many things to see & do...
Swimming at fell foot, catching the train at newby halt, visiting beatrix potters house & seeing images from her books in real life. AMAZING HOLIDAY, MAKING FABULOUS MEMORIES.
“Beautiful cottage in outstanding area!” We stayed here with our 2 daughters, aged 10 and 7, our labrador and my parents. The cottage is extremely comfortable and well equipped. it is stunningly presented and immaculate. Everything is catered for and its location is ideal for exploring the Lake District. A must is the walk to High Dam, which is a short walk from the cottage front door, a steep but not difficult walk to a lovely lake. Also a walk round tarn Hows is another reccomendation.
This cottage far exceeded our expectations and we hope to return in the future.
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Excellent location above Newby Bridge. Beautiful walk to Higher Damn from the cottage. Everything you would expect at the cottage with the wood burning stove a real plus. …
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We had a great stay at Brian’s and Alison’s cottage. It was very clean, well-equipped and cosy. Brian and Alison sent us several e-mails to inform us about the cottage and area and to make sure our stay would be pleasant. I can strongly recommend a stay at this cottage. …
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Lovely cosy quirky cottage. Ideally situated for attractions near Newby Bridge . Very clean
Cottage , large enough for a family with everything you need . Sitting out area small but adequate for sitting out in the evening . Welcome box of essentials and lovely shortbread biscuits.
Would recommend and visit again.
Thanks Cath …
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A fantastic base to explore Lake Windermere and around. The accommodation was welcoming and comfortable, plenty of space and equipped. …
High spec spacious cottage in ideal location
This is a great cottage which is more like a town house on 3 levels. Looks deceptively small from outside but like a tardis, very spacious inside and decorated in a modern, stylish way with everything you need. Ideally located eg. 19 minute drive to Windermere. We would happily stay here again. …