Tarn House

Guests - FROM £878
Layout & Access

Nestled in a splendid period property overlooking the charming village of Skelwith

This area is a true haven for walkers, offering ever-changing views of the stunning valley and surrounded by the Lake District's most renowned peaks.

Step inside Tarn House and immerse yourself in traditional Lakeland grandeur. High ceilings, polished floorboards, Victorian tiling, and an Inglenook fireplace seamlessly blend with luxurious furnishings, creating a perfect setting for quality time with family or friends, whether you're unwinding or seeking adventure.

Your accommodation boasts four bedrooms, including two doubles and two twins, along with two luxurious bathrooms. You'll also find an elegant lounge/dining room, a well-appointed kitchen, a separate WC, and private parking for three cars.

Enjoy modern amenities such as oil-fired central heating, a wood-burning stove, Wi-Fi, and a fell side garden with furniture, ensuring a comfortable and relaxing stay. Bed linen and towels are provided for your convenience.

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Property Includes


  • Laundry Facilities
  • Log Burner
  • Garden or Outside Area
  • Parking
    for three cars

Retreats For

  • Family
  • Luxury
  • Adventure


  • Shower
  • Bath


  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Dishwasher


  • Wi-Fi
  • Smart TV

Local Area

  • Remote

Children & Pets

  • Dog Friendly
    2 well behaved dogs welcome
Layout & Access

Ground Floor

  • Kitchen - with oven, electric hob, kettle, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster, separate utility with washing machine
  • Living/Dining Room - with log burner, smart tv, window seat, dining table for 8

First Floor

  • Twin bedroom
  • Double bedroom
  • W/C with basin walk in shower and bath

Second Floor

  • Twin bedroom
  • Double bedroom
  • W/C with basin, bath and walk in shower

Property Features

  • Gas central heating
  • All gas, electricity, ben linen and towels included
  • WiFi
  • 2 well behaved dogs welcome (enquire for more)
  • Garden and patio with furniture and views
  • Parking for 3 cars
  • No smoking, please
Location & Nearby

A postcard-perfect scene of natural beauty and tranquillity

Skelwith, with its picturesque village charm, sits at the gateway to the stunning Langdale Valley, offering visitors a serene retreat amidst the rugged splendour of the Lake District.

In Skelwith, you'll find yourself surrounded by lush greenery, with the soothing sound of the River Brathay flowing nearby. Take a leisurely stroll through the village, where quaint cottages and charming bridges dot the landscape, creating a picture of idyllic countryside living. Stop by Chester's Cafe or the Talbot Bar at Skelwith Bridge Hotel for a taste of local hospitality and delicious fare.

As you venture into the Langdale Valley, you'll be greeted by towering peaks, cascading waterfalls, and sweeping vistas that stretch as far as the eye can see. This area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a myriad of walking and hiking trails that cater to all skill levels. Whether you're embarking on a leisurely ramble along the valley floor or tackling the challenging ascent of one of the iconic fells, you'll be rewarded with breathtaking views at every turn.

Max Adults:
Max Children:
Max Infants:
(Under two years)
Note: x2 Double, x2 Twin
Maximum number of adults and children is 8
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