Eskdale Green 5.3 miles.
Set in the heart of the Eskdale Estate, near to the village of Eskdale Green, is this grand mid-Victorian house, High Eskholme, with flagstone flooring throughout, open fires in an idyllic country setting.
Suited to a large family to set up camp for the week or a group of friends excited to explore the area on foot, this property will be a home-from-home for everyone.
On entering the property, you will find the first room on your left is a neat little snug, tucked away and home to plush seating and an open-fire, great for relaxing in the quiet with a book.
Ahead lies the main sitting room, which also has an open-fire, perfect for a chilly afternoon, as well as plenty of soft seating for everyone to gather round to watch a family favourite on the Sky TV.
Take two steps down into the kitchen/diner and find a well-presented fitted kitchen, in a country farmhouse styles with ample integrated appliances for you.
A utility room and boot room lie just beyond, leading out to the beautifully kept garden, bordered by tall trees and luscious shrubs, it will be your own haven on a summer day.
Upstairs you can find three delightful bedrooms including a double room with an en-suite bathroom, and two twin rooms all decorated in a simple yet classic style, keeping it bright and airy.
Serving these rooms is a family shower room complete with a large shower cubicle, basin and WC.
The village of Eskdale Green has some simple amenities like a pub and a shop, but if you're looking for more options then head 30 minutes north for Whitehaven, or south for Millom to discover supermarkets, eateries, seaside fish 'n' chips and a variety of shopping.
The Lake District is famous for its amazing walking opportunities and well-mapped terrain, so head out into the wilderness and explore this gorgeous landscape, why not head up Scafell Pike, England's tallest mountain, or travel over to Lakeside or Coniston to visit a well-known town.
High Eskholme is a lovely house that you will love bringing your family to for enjoying the Lakes.