Staveley Holiday Accommodation

Staveley is high on the list of preferred Lake District holiday choices. It's attractiveness lays in the fact that it is a small unpretentious Lakeland community which, by virtue of a by-pass is spared the noise and rush of the heavy holiday and local traffic passing along the A591. Visitors are left largely undisturbed to enjoy the gentle walks and views over and around the nearby low hills, and not much farther on, in the Kentmere Valley, they can share the challenges of the tracks and trails of the popular Kentmere Round with cyclists and mountain bikers. Lake Windermere, Englands biggest lake is close by and not many miles beyond are the attractions of Ambleside, Grasmere and Keswick whilst in the opposite direction only 4 miles away is Kendal, the “Gateway to the Lakes”. Staveley's amenities of a few shops, a chemist, post office, a couple of traditional pubs, an ancient church and a collection of thriving business and retail outlets in the sociable “Yard”, are gathered around the main street and not far from several of the varied range of  holiday accommodations. For  more information about Staveley, it's bus and rail services and amenities, go to our sister site where you will also find photographs, a calendar of Lake District and Cumbria events and shows, and much more about the region.

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Staveley Hotel Accommodation (Sorry, we have no hotels listed at present)

Staveley Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

The Eagle and Child Inn no smoking wifi

Eagle and Child Inn, Staveley

Eagle and Child Inn, Staveley

Eagle and Child Inn, Staveley

Relax by the log fire with a fine wine or real ale and indulge in one of the tasty dishes from our interesting and varied menu.
The Eagle and Child inn is situated on the edge of the quiet Lakeland village of Staveley.
It is ideally placed for exploring the rest of the Lake District and is only a few minutes away from the beautiful Kentmere valley, and the tourist meccas of Windermere and Kendal.
We offer top quality accommodation and are particularly proud of the excellent food we serve from our interesting and varied menu. We have a good selection of local ales and feature regular guest beers.
Other features include the superb beer garden by the river, the tranquil gardens and terrace to the rear, and the Redmond Suite which can be booked for functions. There is also a regular entertainment program, which includes a regular quiz night and live music.
Come and stay in one of our cosy newly refurbished bedrooms; all boast en-suite facilities, two with bath and shower. We have twin or double rooms, as well as a family room. All are tastefully decorated to a high standard, and all with great views.
All prices include full Cumbrian breakfast or a choice from our menu - why not skip lunch and take a walkers lunch or receive a discount on your evening meal?
Wifi is enabled throughout the premises.
Please note that all our rooms are non smoking.

Address: Eagle and Child Inn, Kendal Road, Staveley, Cumbria LA8 9LP
Phone: +44 (0)1539 821320

The Hill, Ings no smoking

The Hill

The Hill Living room

The Hill Living room

The Hill is an attractive Lakeland home which dates from the mid 1800's. It is set within magnificent topiary gardens which have featured in English Heritage Gardens. Surrounded by the indigenous countryside which attracts a host of wildlife including the popular heron, the house enjoys a rural feel without isolation.
All the bedrooms are decorated to a high standard, as comfortable as they are attractive.
A wonderful breakfast feast will be served in the delightful dining room with a good selection of quality products, many of them local.
After breakfast, a lunch packed in a picnic backpack can be provided so that you are ready to explore the wonderful Lake District scenery.
Guests are welcome to relax in the beautiful lounge, as they soothe away the aches of a day walking on the fells.
All rooms are well appointed with central heating, colour television, video or DVD player, tea & coffee facilities and hairdryer.
All rooms are non smoking.
Address: The Hill, Ings, nr. Kendal, Cumbria LA8 9QQ
Phone: +44 (0)1539 822217

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Staveley Self Catering Cottages Accommodation

Topiary Cottage, Ings no smoking

Topiary Cottage Traditional yet 'state of the art' inside, this detatched barn conversion, which dates back to 1830, has literally got it all.
Set in the grounds of the owners house. A substantial wood door opens into an open entance hall, where you can catch sight of the beautiful beams, lovely view, glorius furnishings and a warmth that only comes from old properties turned new. A lot of thought and attention has been given to the design and furnishings of the property.
A very romantic bedroom which is beautifully furnished and features a clever use of stained glass in the original dove cote to reflect the early morning sunshine across the whole bedroom.
The lounge / dining room has deep cushioned furnishings and a feature fireplace. Relaxing evenings can be spent watching the TV/video or listening to music on the CD player. A wide selection of guidebooks and maps are available.
The French windows lead out to the sun terrace and private enclosed garden, perfect for romantic evening and early morning meals, which gently slopes down to the meandering river Gowan.
Address: The Hill, Ings, nr. Kendal, Cumbria LA8 9QQ
Phone: +44 (0)1539 822217

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Staveley Caravans and Camping Accommodation

Hilltop Camping

Hilltop Camping

Hilltop camping

Hill Top Campsite is set in a small community, close to the village of Staveley, mid-way between Kendal and Windermere. It's surrounded by a wealth of walking and cycling tracks and trails, unspoiled views, and just three miles from Lake Windermere, England's largest lake.

Hill Top is a friendly, affordable, small, unregulated site standing on raised grassy ground above, but well separated from the owner’s bed and breakfast accommodation.
The site provides a free warm shower facility; drinking water; BBQ; large table and two latrines.
Children and dogs are welcome.

The famous Water Mill Inn, serving a tasty all day menu of freshly home-cooked meals together with a fine selection of Real Ales is within a comfortable staggering distance.

Staveley village is a little over a mile away with shops and stores providing a good range of day to day essentials.

The National Cycle Path and Central Lakes Bus route pass the entrance to Hill Top and Staveley is a station stop on the Oxenholme (The Lake District) to Windermere rail link.

Small tents only.
£7-50 per person per night.
Secure parking for cars and storage for bicycles.
Bicycle Hire.
Private and exclusive cruises on Lake Windermere in the owner’s small “Seastrike” aluminium boat for an additional fee.

Attractions near Hill Top

Hill Top stands close to the Dalesway Walk route.
William Wordsworth House and Museum in Grasmere.
Beatrix Potter House and Museum in Hawkshead.
World of Beatrix Potter Attraction in Bowness-on-Windermere.
Lake Windermere Cruises.
Ings Sheepdog Trials held annually in August.
Summer Beer Festival in Staveley each July.
Staveley bi-annual summer carnival.
Lake District  annual Folk Weekend in Staveley in August.
The Kentmere Valley. A walkers paradise surrounded by a horseshoe of fells.
The Longsleddale Valley. Described by Alfred Wainwright as “ the valley of Longsleddale, a green strath inured amongst shaggy fells. This is a view of classic beauty and it's always so no matter how often one sees it”.
Easy access to the whole of the Lake District and Cumbria.

To make an enquiry, call Jonathan on 01539 822557 or mobile 07885 810342 or, visit the website.

Address: Hilltop, Ings, nr. Kendal, Cumbria LA8 9PY
Phone: +44 (0)1539 822557 or 07885 810342 (Mobile)
Email: Please call to book

Staveley Hostel Accommodation

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