Seatoller is situated at the foot of the Honister pass in the Borrowdale Valley, part of which is in the flat alluvial plain of the valley floor while parts start to rise upward as the mountain pass take off to the west towards Buttermere, and Crummock water beyond the pass. Nearby the popular Lakeland attraction of the Honister slate mine which produces a distinctive green colored slate is well worth a visit as well as being a scenic drive just to get there. Seatoller is quite a small hamlet but a popular destination for walkers with come campsites in the area, and a small tea shop in the village. For those in self catering accommodation in the area , there is also a pub that serves meals if you want to have a day off from cooking. The nearest main town is Keswick approximately 7 miles away and a 15 minute journey, a pleasant drive along the Borrowdale valley and the shores of Derwentwater, and also just off the road is the very popular Ashness Bridge well worth a stop - and in fact often used in many images to promote the beauty of the Lake district National Park As we have mentioned . Seatoller and the Borrowdale valley is a popular walking area m#nad it is possible to walk some fine fells from the village, such as Great Gable 4.5 miles and even Scafell Pike, the highest of the lakeland mountains approximately 5.5 miles on foot
Sleeps 6 over 3 Bedrooms
Brasscam is located a short distance from the hamlet of Seatoller, approximately 0.4 miles. this 4 star holiday property sleeps up to 6 people (plus cot) over 32 bedrooms and a pet is allowed to sty as well. Brasscam enjoys fell views from all directions at it sits on the Borrowdale valley floor rising sharply at Seatoller as the road climbs the steep Honister Pass. Outside the property there are lawned afreas with garden furniture to enjoy the views, and weather permitting you can eat out in the garden. As the village is relatively close by it is possible to walk , and have a meal and a drink out at the pub.
Sleeps 7 over 4 Bedrooms
High Stile is a grade 3 accredited lakeland cottage in the pretty hamlet of Seatoller wich lies in the Borrowdale valley, a flat alluvial plan with views of fells all around. This contracst with the start of the Honioster pass where the village is locaed at the start of the steep climbe (1 in 4) the cottage sleeps up to 7 people (plus a cot) over 4 bedrooms and two pets are permitted as well. Ideal for lager families.