Located near Scafell Pike, Rosthwaite and Honiston Pass, Seatoller lies at the head of the Borrowdale Valley and is an incredibly popular destination with walking enthusiasts. The Cumbrian holiday cottages in Seatoller provide the ideal accommodation for those who want to come and go at their own leisure.
One of the popular trails from the Seatoller takes walkers to Combe Gill where it then circuits back to its start point in the hamlet, crossing the slopes of Bessyboot and Rosthwaite Fell whilst also taking walkers past the dramatic Coombe Door, which lies nestled snugly in the foothills of the summit of Glaramara.
Not only will walkers be in their element here, but those looking to engage in a wide variety of outdoor pursuits will be satisfied here, too. The area's waterways and diverse landscapes lend themselves to all manner of activities, from canoeing to rock climbing to hang gliding and everything in between.
A two-and-a-half hour walk - or, if you're feeling less energetic, a 16 minute drive - will take you along Stonethwaite Beck, up past the stunning Derwent Water and into the lively market town of Keswick. Not only will you find an abundance of beautiful little shops and age-old pubs here, buy you will also be presented with a whole host of quirky Cumbrian attractions to visit, such as the Keswick Pencil Museum - an homage to the town's slate mining heritage and Keswick's production of the world's first graphite pencil.