It's difficult to capture the wonder of Wasdale
in a few words, but a useful link can be found
An easy walk gives access to the open fell leading to the Wastwater screes and Scafell range. For the less energetic the area abounds with low level walks through open countryside and woodland, alongside rivers and lakes - with a liberal sprinkling of delightful country pubs.
Should you want a change from walking there is plenty of choice - fishing, golf, riding, sailing, mountain bikes and swimming can all be found in the vicinity. The areas other attractions include the ancient Roman fort Hardknot Pass; the miniature steam railway which runs up the lovely valley of Eskdale; Muncaster Castle and owl centre and Wordsworths birth place in Cockermouth.
Of course the more well known centres of Keswick, Windermere and Ambleside are within easy striking distance, but far enough away for the western lakes to retain their own individual and unspoilt character.
The cottages are situated on a former working farm, set in seven acres of meadows and woodland bordered by the River Irt - with rocky pools and cascades.
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