Hatters Cottage Holiday Rental Hawkshead

Hatter's Cottage

Self Catering hideaway in the Lake District

Out and About

Most visitors regard a car as a necessity for a visit to the Lake District. However buses serving Coniston, Ambleside, Kendal and Keswick stop within 200 metres of the cottage; so leaving the car behind for the day is definitely an option, and if you are a walker or cyclist there is a vast network of footpaths and country lanes to explore.

View East High Pike Lake District

Outdoor Activities

Fell Walking in the Lake Distirct Arthur Ransome's Wildcat Island Walking Holidays Footpath to Hawkshead Langdale Pikes Tracking through Grizedale Forest

Hatter's Cottage is ideally situated for the outdoor activities for which the Lake District is famous.

One can walk or cycle from the cottage door on quiet well-signed footpaths, country lanes and forest tracks.

The Coniston Fells with the spectacular circular ridge-walk from Old Man to Wetherlam are a five-minute drive away.

Coniston Water and Windermere are easily accessible for sailing and kayaking.

Kayaks on Coniston WaterSteamer Jetty on Coniston Water Coniston Copper Mines Valley Heron on Coniston Water Local lanes in the winter Ice skating on Esthwaite Water

Whether you like boat trips, historic buildings, local history, literature, steam trains, Roman remains …… the local area has lots to see and do. The cottage has a collection of leaflets on many of them.

Hatter's Cottage, Self Catering Holiday Cottage, Hawkshead Hill, Hawkshead, Lake District, Cumbria
Telephone: UK (44) 015394 36209  E-mail: mail@hatterscottage.co.uk