Lang Parrock is situated in a glorious position in the picturesque hamlet of Little Langdale. The detached house was designed and built in the early 1960s by a local architect. It has undergone extensive, careful refurbishment to a very high specification, giving it every modern convenience and bringing it right up to date. The layout of the house flows beautifully and without a doubt, the views from its large, south facing windows across the valley to the surrounding fells are absolutely stunning. They would be hard to beat anywhere!
On the ground floor accommodation for up to six guests comprises of a porch besides a drying room and downstairs WC leading into large hallway, spacious kitchen and larder with state of the art appliances and open plan dining area. The dual aspect lounge featuring a large picture window is bright and airy and has an open fire. The large double bedroom has its luxurious bathroom with bath and separate shower opposite. Upstairs is a twin bedroom with wash hand basin and a spacious double bedroom. These rooms share a separate shower room.
Outside the garden is beautifully kept and made even more interesting by the stream that runs through it. On the south side of the property is a terrace on which to sit and enjoy to the full, the fabulous views. There is parking available on the private driveway at the front with ample space for two cars.
The picturesque Blea Tarn is approximately two miles away with gorgeous walks around the tarn and woodlands. Wrynose Pass and Hardknott Pass are just up the road. These two famous mountain passes are incredibly steep with uneven surfaces and many hairpin turns. At 1:3, Hardknott is one of the steepest roads in England. The passes take you from Langdale to Eskdale area through some amazing wild scenery. Definitely worth the drive if you are feeling confident!
A short walk up the lane brings you to the Three Shires Inn, a family run free house serving a selection of local real ales and fantastic food.