In the south of the World Heritage Site Lake District National Park, Eller How House is the self-contained West wing of an unusual Regency House. The house and grounds were designed in the 1820's by the architect George Webster as his family home. There are many unusual features, from the ornate plasterwork in the first floor sitting room to the collection of 'heads' holding up the ceiling in the master bedroom. You can explore the woods directly from the house and have access out onto the fell with magnificent views.
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The accommodation comprises; Paved courtyard with table and chairs for eating out and views to magnificent cedar tree.
Ground floor-large entrance hall with coat hooks, well stocked kitchen /dining room, utility room with washer/dryer and second fridge and freezer. Double bedroom with en suite shower room with W.C. and basin.
Twin/zip-link double bedroom with large en suite shower room, basin and W.C. Inner hall with stairs up to first floor landing with table and bookshelves and double doors to large, comfortable sitting room with marble open fireplace and decorative plasterwork. Cloakroom with WC and basin. Large treble aspect double bedroom with veranda. En suite bathroom with free-standing cast iron roll top bath, W.C. and basin.
We have chosen the furniture and pictures, a mixture of antique and modern to compliment the character of the house.
Eller How House is a holiday destination in itself, set in its own beautiful woodland with space for families or friends to relax. It is an all year round destination with autumn and winter a great time for a short, relaxing break. We offer a long week-end package or why not try a mid-week (four night) stay and enjoy days walking or sightseeing. During the winter the property is enchanting in the snow (we have a couple of sledges which you are welcome to use) and you can spend the evenings round a roaring log fire. In the Spring we have beautiful bulbs in the woodland, you can picnic or campfire in the woods during the summer months and relish the autumn colours later in the year. You might be lucky enough to watch otters in the lake or catch a glimpse of a slow-worm sunbathing in the rocks. There are plenty of birds too, from buzzards circling overhead to tiny gold crests in the yew trees.
Ramble through the twelve acres of mixed woodland and discover ruined follies and catch glimpses of the sea, then out on to the fell, where you can climb up and see a panorama of Lakeland fells, Yorkshire Dales and across the Bay.
We ask for a deposit of 20% of the rental cost to secure the booking with the balance payable eight weeks before the start of your stay.
During holiday times your stay must be a week long, usually Saturday to Saturday but we are flexible with lengths and starts of stay during the rest of the year.
Payment can be made by cheque, Bank Transfer, Credit or Debit card. Please scroll down to send an enquiry, we can then sort out the details if you wish to make a reservation. All enquiries and questions are answered promptly and personally.