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The Chalets 'Maple'

The stunning gardens at The Chalets.
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2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
Boot, Eskdale, Lake District, Cumbria, England
At The Chalets you will find four Self-catering cottages, close to the village of Boot. Each chalet is spacious and beautifully furnished. Set in large, mature riverside gardens on the banks of the river Esk. The Chalets have been awarded 4 stars by the English Tourist Board for self-catering accommodation in The Lake District. Three cottages are able to sleep four and one is able to sleep five, all have double-glazing and central heating. One chalet is able to accommodate a very well behaved house trained dog.

The large living/dining area is a great family space. Books, DVD's, games and magazines, comfy sofas, discrete lighting and an LCD TV with DVD player make the living room cosy and homely. The fully equipped kitchen provides you with everything you need to cater for yourselves on holiday, whether it is cheese on toast or a full...
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Listing #HL439507
About the Owner
Philip H
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:100%
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:April 2013
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Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

We stayed in one of the 4 chalets, "maple" for 3 nights. For someone who never had an experience to stay in a self-catering accommodation, I would like to express how pleased were we with the place. It was clean, homely and the owners made...More

Thank Rhea Lyn P
Reviewed 7 May 2018

We have just returned from a long weekend break staying in maple cottage and we couldn’t have been happier,the cottage itself was spotless and well presented with everything you could wish for or need .The area is charming and full of character ,there are 2...More

Thank martinpprice
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Reviewed 21 December 2017

The Chalets themselves were delightful. Clean, cosy and a fantastic space to come back to after a day of adventuring (especially in the middle of winter!) The large and beautiful garden that the Chalets terrace overlooks is wonderful. Our stay was filled with mist, rain...More

Thank Mr Daniel Georg... S
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House rules
    Pets not allowed
    Smoking not allowed
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About the neighbourhood
Eskdale is a beautiful valley in the heart of the Lake District National park. The Chalets are set in a stunning riverside
location close to the village of Boot.

Boot village offers traditional Inns, one of the oldest working watermills, a local crafts shop and a village shop.

Eskdale is surrounded by the biggest, deepest and steepest in England. Sca Fell, England's highest Mountain, can be
conquered in a day from The Chalets. At the top of the valley you will find England's steepest road, The Hard Knott pass. Here you will also find the Roman Fort. The Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, Locally known as La'al Ratty, winds it's way down through the valley to the sea, from Eskdale to Ravenglass, perhaps England's prettiest train journey.

Eskdale can provide you w...
Car not needed
How to get there
Directions by Car from the South
M6 Junction 36

Follow the A591 towards Kendal;

Before you reach Kendal turn onto the A590 towards Barrow-in-Furness;

Follow the road through Newby Bridge and on towards Ulverston;

Turn off before Ulverston on to the A5092 to Broughton in Furness;

At Broughton stay on the main road until you see Duddon Bridge, just before the traffic lights at this bridge, turn right into Ulpha valley.

Once through Ulpha village turn left up onto Birker Fell, follow this fell road up and over into Eskdale. At the George iv Pub turn right towards Boot. You will find us about a mile down this road on the right, opposite Beckfoot Halt train station.

Directions by Car from the North
M6 Junction 40

Follow the A66 through Keswick and onto Cockermouth.

At Cockermouth round...
Activities nearby
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, Horse Riding Nearby, Watersports Nearby, Nearest Beach: 10.0 km.
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