A spacious bolthole for groups of up to six, this bungalow is set in a prime location with views over the famous Langdale Valley. In the shadow of Lingmoor Fell, Thrang View is a haven for walkers who can start easy strolls or challenging hikes from the doorstep. Inside, the bungalow is designed to offer maximum comfort and make the best of the unforgettable views. The lounge is full of light and space with a pleasant open fire, a perfect place to hideaway during inclement weather. When the sun’s shining, the neatly tended garden is a great place to relax and soak up those glorious Lakeland days! A special retreat in a magical location.
Accommodation in detail:
Entrance over private cattle grid and private parking for 3 cars. Entrance porch with slate floor and space for walking clobber. Entrance hall into superb lounge/ dining room with both bay window and French doors, open fire and TV/DVD. The large kitchen is well-equipped with dishwasher, electric oven and hob. All 3 bedrooms (2 doubles, 1 twin) are beautifully furnished and the one en-suite has a large walk-in shower. Separate house bathroom with shower over bath. The garden is enclosed with patio for evening drinks and al-fresco dining.
Chapel Stile is a small village in the picturesque Langdale Valley, just 4 miles from Ambleside yet immersed in peaceful, untouched landscapes. Remember to bring your camera for photos of the stunning Langdale Pikes.
From your Chapel Stile holiday cottage, a pleasant first outing takes you down the peaceful Langdale Valley road, arriving at the Old Dungeon Ghyll walkers' bar. Here you can sit and marvel at the remote and unspoilt scenery for the first time.
You'll also want to bring your walking boots for exploring a wealth of routes, for all abilities and in every direction! These range from a leisurely stroll to Elterwater tarn or challenging routes up the Langdale Pikes themselves.
Ambleside is just 4 miles away, a good place to stop and stock up the kitchen. The vibrant village centre boasts attractions of its own; lazing in cafes, visiting historic sites such as the roman fort, or strolling to the shores of Lake Windermere to take a steamer cruise to Bowness or Lakeside. Ambleside tourist information centre is a useful port of call for walking routes, and there are plenty of expert outdoor stores where advice will be on hand.
You'll find a handful of excellent Lake District country pubs in the Langdale Valley, serving locally brewed ale and hearty food. If you're looking for a special evening out, why not try the Glass House in Ambleside or seek out the famous Drunken Duck Inn and Restaurant at Outgate?
Bathroom with shower over bath
En-suite bathroom with shower
Oil central heating
Electric cooker & hob
Enclosed garden with furniture
Private parking for 3 vehicles