Riverside, Skelwith Bridge

Riverside House

Skelwith Bridge

  • Sleeps 6
  • Yes
Changeover Day:

    • Dishwasher
    • Dogs Welcome
    • Garden
    • Gas Central Heating
    • Open Fire
    • Outside Seating
  • View more facilities
    • Parking
    • Shower over bath
    • Shower Unit
    • Smoking not allowed
    • Washing Machine
    • Wi-Fi

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Riverside House at Skelwith Bridge is a pretty, traditional stone built Lakeland end of terrace cottage in a picturesque location close to the River Brathay.  It is adjacent to Riverside Cottage.

The house provides cosy luxurious accommodation for up to 6 people comprising of open plan lounge / kitchen and dining area that is tastefully decorated and equipped with all hiqh quality modern appliances.  The lounge features a fantastic stone fireplace with open fire that makes a really cosy atmosphere and a wonderfully relaxing room after a hard day on the fells.  Upstairs is a double bedroom with en suite shower room, a large family bathroom with bath and shower and a twin bedded room. Upstairs again is the second double bedroom.

Outside there is a beautiful garden and  a patio area for sitting out and views to the river with pretty bridge, stepping stones and waterfalls is just across the lane and literally a stones throw away.

Many of the best walks in the area can be enjoyed from the doorstep.  The Talbot Pub and Chesters Café at Skelwith Bridge provide great food and drink and are a short walk from the house.  The quaint hamlet of Skelwith is approximately half a mile away with woodland walks and some of the narrowest Lakeland lanes to explore.  There is a fantastic walk along the River Brathay to Elterwater through ancient woodland passing the waterfalls.  Fans of  “Geocahcing” will love the challenge of hunting nearby Cache’s.  Ambleside is just under 3 miles away via road, and the head of the Great Langdale Valley is just 5 miles away.  Hawkshead, Coniston and Grasmere are also easily accessed.