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Fellside Lodge is a charming holiday cottage, sleeping up to six guests in three bedrooms, situated on the lower slopes of Catbells in the Borrowdale Valley in Keswick. Located within eight acres of peaceful grounds, surrounded by the fells of Borrowdale, Fellside Lodge is an ideal place for a relaxing holiday and is home to red squirrels and a wide variety of bird life.
Ideally positioned for exploring the Lake District and its many attractions, Fellside Lodge is just four miles from Keswick and a delightful ten minute walk, which takes you through Manesty Woods, to Derwentwater. The village of Grange in Borrowdale is just a mile away and guests can enjoy direct access from Fellside Lodge out to the lakeshore and fells.
Keswick is a small market town nearby, with a good selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and entertainment including the Theatre by the Lake, galleries and a cinema.
Whether you want strenuous walks or to simply relax, Borrowdale is a superb location and regarded as one of the most beautiful places in The Lake District - A peaceful valley with winding streams, woodland and waterfalls. It is a popular destination for walkers and the starting point for many fell walks including Catbells, Scafell, Maiden Moor and Great Gable to name just a few.
Whether you want a gentle stroll, a strenuous walk or a lazy day painting, reading or simply sitting back and enjoying the views, Fellside Lodge is an ideal base from which to explore this beautiful area.
Alan & Jo-Anne Roberts joined Independent Cottages in July 2009
Fellside Lodge accommodates up to six guests and provides ground floor accommodation with all the comforts required for an enjoyable relaxing holiday.
Additional information: Bed linen, electricity and central heated included in the price. Short breaks are from November to March.
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Dates are from 20th December through to 29th December 6 nights £650 5 nights £550 4 nights £475 3 nights £425
| Sat, 24 Mar 2018 for 7 nights, £700
Set on the lower slopes of Catbells, overlooking the Borrowdale Valley