A beautiful, mid-terrace cottage situated in the heart of the magnificent Little Langdale Valley. This charming home is just a two minute walk to the Three Shires Inn, the famous Slaters Bridge and the awe inspiring Cathedral Cave.
Recently refurbished, much care and attention has been lavished on this cosy cottage. Warm and inviting rooms, high quality furnishings and a 'home from home' feel, all make this cottage very popular amongst all who stay here.
Perfectly positioned, Little Fell cottage enjoys easy access onto the surrounding Lake District fells and Lakeland valleys and the amenities of Ambleside and Coniston can be reached within a 10 minute drive.
Sleeping 4 comfortably, Little Fell Cottage is the perfect base for couples, friends & families looking to explore the stunning landscapes and vibrant villages nearby.
Entrance into light and airy dining kitchen (4 steps up), a well-appointed room complete with electric oven, hob, microwave and seating for 4.
The warm and welcoming sitting room enjoys an open fire, TV with FreeSat & DVD player. A great space to relax after a day spent exploring the local area.
House bathroom with small bath, shower over, basin and WC.
Bedroom 1 - with king-size bed enjoying valley views.
Bedroom 2 - with double bed.
Bedroom 3 - with single bed.
To the rear guests have access to a lockable outhouse which offers ample space to store wet weather gear, bikes and more. Guests will also find the washing machine & fridge/freezer located here.
To the front of the cottage there is a small front terrace with garden seat.
Bed linen, towels, electricity, Wi-Fi, electric central heating & initial logs for the fire.
Roadside parking near property.
Shop 2 miles
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About The Langdales
The Langdales are a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, from hikers and climbers to fell-runners & cyclists. The area enjoys some of the best walking and climbing the Lake District has to offer. The famous Langdale Pikes, which are situated on the northern side of Great Langdale are one of the most recognisable features of the area, creating a dramatic skyline. Whilst to the south the valley of Little Langdale offers a more secluded setting with beautiful views, and provides the starting point to an exciting journey over the famous Wrynose and Hardnott Passes.
England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike, can also be accessed from Langdale, perfect for those looking for a challenging experience, however don't be put off the valley also offers a range of fantastic low level walks for the less experienced enthusiast. It is no surprise that the variety of pikes, fells and mountains, open fields and picturesque small hamlets make the area a photographer's paradise and it is not hard to see why people return to this area of natural beauty year after year.
From this charming cottage you can walk further into the Langdale Valley over Lingmoor to Great Langdale.
Alternatively, cross the River Brathay at the local ford, and take a route to Tilberthwaite.
The Langdale Valleys (Great Langdale & Little Langdale) are a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, from hikers and climbers to fell-runners & cyclists. The area enjoys some of the best walking and climbing the Lake District has to offer. The famous Langdale Pikes, which are situated on the northern side of the dale are one of the most recognisable features of the area, creating a dramatic skyline.