Lake District self-catering holiday cottages at the entrance to the Langdale valley, in the unspoilt village of Elterwater, Cumbria. The houses are set in well-landscaped, mature gardens and have fine views across the fields to the beck and towards the fells.
Meadow Bank Sleeps 10
A stone and slate Victorian house, Meadow Bank is a comfortable holiday home.
Ground Floor: Large Kitchen with breakfast bar, oven, hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine/tumble dryer, microwave, living/dining room with dining table seats 10/12, comfortable sofas, and chairs, TV (with Sky film, sports channels and Sky + ), micro hi-fi system, separate sitting room with two folding beds and TV.
Upper Floor: One double bedded room with portable TV and en-suite shower room, additional double bedded room, two twin bedded rooms and two bathrooms.
4 Star ETC Rating
The Garden Cottage
This white washed, rendered stone building within the grounds of Meadow Bank, shares the parking area and is accessed by stone steps.
The Garden Cottage is a cosy, open plan cottage for two
3 Star ETC Rating
Langdale Country Club
One of the most popular features of a holiday at both Meadow Bank and the Garden Cottage is complimentary `Cottage Membership` of the Langdale Estate's superbly equipped Country Club. A short walk across the village green to the back gates of the Langdale Estate, Then a short gentle climb through the landscaped grounds brings you to the central leisure complex containing a lovely heated pool with shallow paddling area for toddlers and a poolside spa. Other facilities include a Terrace Bar & Restaurant.
Please note our membership excludes entry during the peak times
of 4pm to 6.30pm each day.
Surely one of the most picturesque villages in the Lake District, Elterwater is the gateway to the famous Langdale valley. Indeed, as you come over the rise into Elterwater from Skelwith Bridge, you are presented with a typical Lakeland view: sheep grazing on the common in front of white-washed cottages with slate roofs, and the craggy peaks of the Langdale Pikes rising behind.