Forest How Guest House
The village of Eskdale Green is situated in the Western Lake District within the picturesque Eskdale Valley. The valley has something for everyone from gentle riverside walks to some of the best climbing in the Lakes.
Just twenty minutes away by car is the dramatic valley of Wasdale, home of Wastwater, the deepest of the lakes and Scafell Pike, the highest peak.
The Roman port of Ravenglass is only six miles away and is easily reached by a trip on the famous narrow gauge railway which runs through the Eskdale Valley from the tiny village of Boot all the way down to the sea.
In addition to the spectacular scenery and the many varied walks, nearby Muncaster Castle with its Owl Centre and beautiful gardens is a great place to visit and bird watchers will love the reserves at nearby Drigg and St Bees Head.
If you are feeling adventurous, the famous Hardnott and Wrynose passes with their steep hairpin bends, will take you on a memorable journey over to Langdale, Ambleside, Grasmere and Windermere. Look out for the remains of the Roman fort at Hardnott on the way.
We have seven bedrooms at Forest How, four of which have en-suite bath or shower rooms. All bedrooms are centrally heated, have a wash basin, colour television, tea/coffee making facilities and fantastic views.
Breakfast at Forest How can be as light or as large as you wish! Choose from a selection of fruit and cereals, followed by a hearty full English, using locally sourced produce, or choose something lighter such as eggs, cooked to your liking, or baked beans on toast. We also offer omelettes, kippers and smoked haddock. Breakfast is served either in the stone-flagged conservatory overlooking the garden or in the cosy dining room.
We want guests to relax and feel at home during their stay and we have a good selection of maps, books, magazines and games for you to enjoy in our guest lounge. If the evenings are a little chilly, the roaring fire will soon warm you up and glasses are provided if you would like to enjoy a quiet drink. Unfortunately we cannot provide the tipple of your choice!
If youíve come back from your walk with wet coats and boots, we have a spacious drying room so that your gear will be dry for the following day.
We have plenty of room for car parking and can provide secure storage for your cycles.
Well behaved dogs are welcome but please bring their own beds, toys and bowls.
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This page was last updated: 01 October 2011