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Craving a getaway in a blissful English Lake District village? Try the charmingly quaint Chapel Stile, home to a number of our cosy cottages, to scratch your itch for country living.
Nestled in the heart of the Lake District National Park, Chapel Stile is immediately recognisable by its distinct and beautiful blue-tinged buildings, made from local slate. Found at the foot of the Great Langdale Valley, Chapel Stile neighbours the equally enchanting towns of Ambleside and Elterwater, which are within easy visiting distance. So, if you’re looking to combine long rambles up and down the fells with a good spot of browsing in charming boutiques, and looking round fascinating museums, then Chapel Stile will be perfect Lake District locations for you.
Browse our choice selection of Chapel Stile cottages below, to find your perfect Langdale bolthole today:
Our range of cottages for two in Chapel Stile are perfect for romantic breaks. You and your partner will adore cycling together along the Langdale Cycle Trail or taking a romantic boat ride along Lake Windemere.
Charming Chapel Stile is wonderful for family holidays too, with so many days out on the doorstep. And luckily for those with a large clan, we have spacious cottages that sleep six or even more! Plus, for those whose brood include some furrier, four-legged members, our range of pet friendly cottages allow you to make sure all the family can come on holiday.
What’s more, Chapel Stile is ideal for a walking weekend or brief trip away. Luckily for you, we have plenty of cottages perfect for two, three or even one-night stays. If you’re looking to spoil yourselves, book a stay in one of our Luxury Select Chapel Stile cottages.
Looking to enjoy the most special times of the year in Chapel Stile? Our holiday cottages are also available to book for Lake District Christmas breaks, and Easter holidays. more...
Chapel Stile is overflowing with incredible things to do and see, for all interests and ages.
For holidaymakers craving adventure, Chapel Stile is a perfect place to rock climb, being near to the magnificent Langdale Pikes- fells made of Borrowdale volcanic rock. If you’re looking for a challenge, scale the impressive Scafell Pike, England’s highest peak. Or for beginners wanting to adjust to heights, nearby Go Ape in Grizedale is fabulous.
If you’re wanting fun a little closer to the ground, the Langdale cycle trail is a stunningly scenic route to ride your bike along. And no visit to Chapel Stile would be complete without visiting the Holy Trinity church. Here you’ll find a tapestry depicting the town’s history, as well as gorgeous stained glass windows depicting St Francis, patron saint of animals, surrounded by all sorts of critters.
You’ll never go hungry in Chapel Stile, with a range of tasty eateries on your doorstep.
This quaint and old-fashioned former farmhouse is now a dog-friendly pub offering delicious food and roaring real-log fires. Whether you enjoy a light lunchtime sandwich or jacket potato, or the range of pub grub available in the evening, you’re sure to leave Wainwrights Inn with a full stomach and a smile on your face.
The former haunt of Britain’s finest climbers in the early 20th century, the Old Dungeon Ghyll is a perfect place to enjoy a hearty meal washed down with real ale or Scottish whiskey.
At the New Dungeon Ghyll you’ll find the walker’s bar, terrace and garden, as well as a cosy restaurant. At the bar you can enjoy succulent burgers and steaks, whilst the restaurant offers delights including gnocchi and lamb shank. Plus, if you drop by on a Sunday, you’ll be able to order a deliciously traditional roast.
Boasting the title of the National Trust’s only pub, this place is pretty special. More than just dog friendly, Sticklebarn offers complimentary towels for you to dry your pooch off with following a particularly wet or muddy hike. Committed to a relaxed and cosy atmosphere, there are board games to play and books to read, plus a fire to warm up by. And vegan and vegetarian visitors will be pleased to know that there are plenty of food options for all.
At the Three Shires Inn located in nearby Little Langdale you can enjoy fluffy cheese souffle and creamy chowder whilst admiring views of the spectacular Tilberthwaite Fells. Then, if the mood takes you, enjoy a flavorful ale from a local Cumbrian microbrewery, or choose from a selection of over 30 wines and over 50 whiskies in the bar.
Tempted to experience the classically Cumbrian beauty of Chapel Stile? If you need more information on any of our Chapel Stile holiday cottages, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 01539437635 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.