The tiny village of Buttermere comprises two inns, a few farms, a small chapel and some isolated houses - its name meaning ‘lake by the dairy pastures'. A scattering of farms and houses make up Loweswater, a community held together by the twin magnets of its church and adjacent hostelry. The traditional character of Buttermere and Loweswater is largely due to The National Trust, which owns much of the land and preserves its special qualities. The only vehicular access into this valley is from Cockermouth to the north or via the snaking passes over Honister and Newlands Hause.
Self-catering with 1 unit, £995-£2450 pupw sleeps 10-14
Self-catering with 7 units, £376-£1109 pupw sleeps 2-8
Self-catering with 1 unit, £500-£950 pupw sleeps 1-5
Alternative Accommodation with 6 units, £385-£520 pupw sleeps 1-5
Country House Hotel with 15 rooms, £65-£107 pppnb
Self-catering with 1 unit, £550-£1065 pupw sleeps 1-6
Self-catering with 1 unit, £970-£2270 pupw sleeps 4-10
Farmhouse with 2 rooms, £30 pppnb
Individual Caravan with 1 unit, £253-£389 pupw sleeps 1-4
Self-catering with 1 unit, £320-£460 pupw sleeps 2-6
Guest House with 10 rooms, £55 pppnb
Loweswater is a small hamlet situated between Loweswater and Crummock waters. It is home to The Kirkstile Inn which has been providing food and shelter for some 400 hundred years, and now has it's very own brewery.
The Ennerdale Valley offers incredible walking opportunities and is home to the elequant Ennerdale Water. It offers you amazing opportunities for walking and cycling to explore this surrounding area.