Eller How House is an exceptional character property, built in 1827 by famous architect, George Webster, and is nestled in the charming village of Lindale in Cumbria. Set over two floors and sleeping up to six guests, Eller How House is a remarkable setting for your trip to the Lakes, with a wealth of period features and grand architecture, as well as the magnificent grounds which surround the property. Drive through the vibrant gardens and woodland until you reach the impressive terracotta building, your new home away from home.
Discard any coats and shoes in the entrance hall, before stepping into the spacious kitchen/diner, where you can conjure up a feast for your guests as they lay the dining table, ready to enjoy the fruits of your labour. Catch your rest in one of three tastefully decorated bedrooms, two of which are located on the ground-floor, a super-king-size and a king-size, each with their own en-suite shower room, perfect for preparing for the day in style whilst having your own privacy! Completing the ground-floor is a utility room, where you will find a fridge, freezer and washing machine for extra convenience.
Climb the stairs to the second floor where you will find the third bedroom, a generous king-size with en-suite bathroom, where you can shut away from the world with your favourite book and enjoy a soothing soak. Grab the popcorn and enjoy a family film night in the drawing room on the Smart TV, as you bask in the warmth of the open fire. Sip your morning coffee on the private patio before joining your group for a walk around the 12.25 acres of ground which feature a small ornamental lake with footbridge, a folly and formal gardens.
Explore your local surroundings with a trip to one of South Lakeland's oldest villages, Cartmel, where you can visit the popular tourist attraction of Cartmel Priory Gatehouse, enjoy a walk around Cartmels picturesque racecourse, which holds its annual races over six days in the summer, or treat your loved ones to fine dining at the Michelin starred L’Enclume, which serves creative high-quality dishes and has its own farm.
Just a short drive away is the seaside resort of Grange-over-Sands, with its delightful array of activities including tennis courts, a good selection of restaurants, perfect for those nights where you don’t feel like cooking, and independent shops.
Enjoy soaking up the scenery with a walk along the extensive promenade, where you can enjoy quality time with loved ones whilst breathing in the sea air. Venture to Windemere, where you will be spoilt for choice with things to do, get involved with a wealth of watersports on the famous Lake Windemere, brush up on your history at the Windemere Jetty Museum which has heritage boats on display and offers steam-launch tours, or embark up Queen Adelaides Hill for fantastic views over Lake Windemere and the Langdale Pikes.
Newby Bridge, and the southern most tip of Lake Windermere is only 5 miles away, and an extra mile will take you to Lakeside Pier for the Windermere Steamers.
Make Eller How House your home away from home to return to the Lakes for a memory-filled trip with family and friends.
Please note: Friday main changeover day however if you require a Monday please contact for a price. Also, short breaks are acceptable on Friday and Monday.
About the location
Grange-over-Sands 2 miles; Cartmel 3.6 miles; Windermere 12 miles.
Lindale, a small village situated in the south of The Lake District National Park, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and just a few miles from Lake Windermere, makes the area a perfect holiday destination. Set amidst the charm of The Southern Lakes, this attractive village, with handy gastropub, The Royal Oak, makes an inspiring choice from which to enjoy the whole of this magical area. Just a few minutes drive brings you to Cartmel, a delightful village to wander around, famed for its delicious sticky toffee pudding, 12th century priory, National Hunt race meetings and gourmet restaurants. You could also visit Grange-over-Sands, a charming seaside Edwardian town. Take a stroll on the promenade and return through the quaint narrow streets with some lovely tea rooms and specialist shops including a bakery, chocolatiers, and award winning butchers. The Lake District has so much to offer, there is sailing on Windermere, cycling in The Grizedale Forest, Go Ape Treetop adventures, Birdwatching at Leighton Moss and The Foulshaw Osprey Experience. There are also stately homes at Holker Hall, Levens Hall and Sizergh Castle and a heritage steam railway which runs from Haverthwaite to Lakeside. The Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Beauty is also a short journey away. But leaving the best till last, walking or touring in the fabulous Lake District, with its fells, lakes and tarns is an absolute must, most of which is just a short drive or walk away.