Emerald Bank Cottage looks like a traditional Lakeland home but in fact was built in recent years and has every modern appliance. The cottage comfortably accommodates 6-8 and is equipped with everything you need for a walking or family holiday in the Lake District – including maps, walking books, boot racks and a games room with table football and air hockey.  Watch video.

The cottage has lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room, conservatory, enclosed garden, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms + downstairs WC and bedroom 4/games room with air hockey and table football.

The cottage is situated in Uldale, a small rural village in the Lake District National Park between Bassenthwaite Lake and Caldbeck.  The village has a lovely tea room & art gallery where paintings of the local area are on display/sale, tennis court and adventure playground and the Snooty Fox Inn – serving a variety of real ales and superb food.

This part of Cumbria is beautiful and quiet, excellent for walking away from the crowds. There are walks straight from the door, with sightings of birds of prey and red squirrels commonplace.

The northern lakes of Bassenthwaite, Buttermere, Crummock Water, Derwentwater, Ullswater, Loweswater and Ennerdale are a short drive away.

There are more fantastic Lakeland pubs in the nearby villages, with plenty of indoor and outdoor activities in Keswick, Cockermouth and the surrounding area.

Oil-fired central heating. All fuel, towels and bedlinen are supplied. Payphone (phone card needed for long distance calls) with free local calls computer and wireless broadband are available. One or two well-behaved dogs are welcome (downstairs only and not on furniture please).  Major online supermarkets deliver here.

Booking is Friday-Friday.  Prices range from £485 per week.  Short breaks available outside peak weeks.

Here you can find Availability and Rental Prices


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