Rhubarb Cottage

Chapel Stile Cottages

  • Sleeps 4
  • 1
  • Yes
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Chapel Stile, Ambleside

    • Bath
    • Dishwasher
    • Dogs Welcome
    • Electric Heating
    • Fridge and Freezer
    • Garden
    • Log burning stove
  • View more facilities
    • Microwave
    • Outside Seating
    • Parking near by
    • Shower over bath
    • Smoking not allowed
    • Washing Machine
    • Wi-Fi

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A lovely little cottage with great views and a garden

This lovely little property, tucked away in this small terrace of three above Chapel Stile overlooking the valley with views across to Lingmoor, sleeps 4 in a double and twin room layout.

Rhubarb Cottage is set on the top lane of Chapel Stile in the Langdale Valley, close to Ambleside and in the heart of some of the most stunning scenery in the Lake District  – a walkers’ paradise.

The cottage sleeps up to four guests in a double and a twin with a large family bathroom, plus additional separate W.C,  open plan living-dining room with log burner and a well equipped kitchen.  In front of the cottage is a picturesque little garden with outside seating, enclosed with hedging providing a secluded sun trap. An outhouse is available for the storage of bikes and equipment.

Chapel Stile, in the heart of the Langdale valley, is a village that used to serve the local slate workings – well served on a good local bus route and with a convenient little Co-op which carries an impressive stock to support you on your holidays, and of course the local village pub, Wainwrights Inn.

The cottage has a lovely cosy feel with a homely sense of space in the open plan ground floor living room.  With walks right from your doorstep, you’re all set to wind down and enjoy what we think is the best of the Lake District.

On-street parking is subject to availability.

For those who wish to explore further afield, a bus stop is located nearby in Chapel Stile. Buses are frequent and connect guests with the wider towns and outstanding scenery of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Leaving the car behind and jumping on a bus to explore the National Park not only helps to look after the spectacular landscape but also gives passengers the opportunity to see it without the challenge of negotiating narrow, and sometimes steep, country lanes or search for parking at your destination. By sitting back watching the landscape go by, the journey becomes part of your adventure!


  • sleeps 4
  • 2 storeys
  • double bedroom and twin bedroom on the first floor
  • family bathroom with shower over the bath and separate WC
  • all bed linen and towels provided
  • well-equipped kitchen – dishwasher, fridge with freezer and washing machine
  • open plan living-dining space with log burner
  • free Wi-Fi and TV
  • electric heating
  • small enclosed garden in front of the property
  • outbuilding for storage of bikes and equipment
  • close to a well stocked village shop and pub
  • on-street parking where available
  • 1 well behaved dog welcome subject to an additional charge
  • no smoking