Places to stay

For a stay in the Lakes try Holeslack Farmhouse

The farmhouse is in a fabulous setting in the countryside © National Trust

The farmhouse is in a fabulous setting in the countryside

Built in the 16th century, Holeslack Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building retaining many original and unique features including a spiral staircase and 17th-century oak cupboards. The house has a great garden space, with distant views of the Castle and surrounding countryside. Holeslack is a spacious and welcoming house for family groups situated in a perfect location just 15 minutes from Windermere and 10 minutes from the market town of Kendal, with easy access to the Winster and Lyth valleys, a beautiful area for walking and cycling.

One of the lovely bedrooms

Enjoy waking up to the fabulous Lakeland views.

The cosy lounge at Holeslack

Snuggle up this winter in the cosy lounge at Holeslack

Snuggle up this winter in the cosy lounge at Holeslack

On the ground floor at Holeslack enjoy a large farmhouse kitchen with oil fired Rayburn, dining room, sitting room with multi-fuel stove. On the first floor there are four bedrooms (2 doubles and 2 twins), bathroom and shower room, both with lavatories.

The Cross Keys - National Trust Temperance Inn

Enjoy visting the Cross Keys Inn

Enjoy visting the Cross Keys Inn

The Cross Keys is a 400-year-old National Trust Temperance Inn. Situated at the base of Cautley Spout, in the heart of the Howgills, Sedbergh, Cumbria.

Why not try camping?

Fell Foot Park near Windermere are taking bookings for camping in August. Take a look at their website for details

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