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Low Bowkerstead 0448Low Bowkerstead Cottage

Situated in the tranquil Grizedale Valley lies the delightful, recently renovated, Grade II listed Low Bowkerstead Cottage. A traditional 17th Century whitewashed cottage in the most idyllic of settings.

Straight from a picturesque Lakeland scene, the cottage sits in the middle of open farm land, flanked by Grizedale Forest beyond. A wonderful, quiet & romantic location.Low Bowkerstead 0466

Gentle pastimes such as bird watching and walking can be enjoyed straight from the door, however adventure is not too far away, with Grizedale Visitor's Centre, mountain bike trails, sculptures & Go Ape tree course nearby.

Low Bowkerstead 0507Perfectly positioned this comfortable cottage really does enjoy the best of both worlds. A peaceful rural setting yet only a short drive to the Lakeland villages of Hawkshead, Coniston & Ambleside.

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Grizedale Campsite Camping PodsGrizedale Campsite
The campsite is situated 1.5 miles south of the Grizedale Visitor Centre. A journey of four miles north takes you to the village of Hawkshead and a further 5 miles to Ambleside. Travelling south takes you to the local market town of Ulverston.Grizedale Campsite Camping Pods

We have excellent facilities at our campsite with camping in the fields adjacent to the farm, stunning yurts, pods and shepherds huts in the wooded areas. We also have a Bunk Barn which sleeps up to 8 people, has a log burner, indoor seating and dining area.

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Last updated: 6th February 2018

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