A picturesque rustic stone chapel, built around the 16th century and thought to have originally been the chantry for Shap Abbey.
Lakeside or mountain-view pitches for tents and campervans, along with pre-pitched tents and pods, on Windermere, England’s biggest lake.
A cosy house in the old kitchen garden of Wray Castle with views of stunning scenery all around.
An inspiring spot looking out over Langdale Valley with Arts and Crafts influenced detail inside.
This comfortable lakeside retreat on the west shore of Windermere has its own jetty directly outside the cottage.
A two-bedroom lakeside retreat on the shores of Windermere with its own jetty.
Sitting on the western shore of Lake Windermere this first floor apartment is a cosy retreat.
This picturesque and rustic stone chapel is thought to have been the chantry for Shap Abbey originally. It was built around the sixteenth-century and has been used as a cottage and meeting house during its long history.
The key to open the chapel door is hanging by the front door of the house opposite.