Rowling End and The Mouse House

Newlands Valley, Nr Stair, Keswick, CA12 5TS

5 Star Gold Awards
Rowling End and the Mouse House, Stair is a Traditional Lakeland Self Catering Farmhouse which provides relaxed Five Star Gold Award luxury accommodation for up to eight people. With its Aga kitchen, log fires and stunning views, Rowling End is the perfect base to enjoy the dramatic landscape whatever the weather. Booking Rowling End with The Mouse House provides accommodation for 10 people, ideal for groups celebrating a special occasion or relaxed get-togethers with family and friends.

Rowling End and the Mouse House offer you exceptional comfort, warmth and style for your holiday in one of the Lake District most beautiful and tranquil valleys. We pride ourselves on doing everything possible to help you enjoy your stay with us. Whether you are planning a short break or a longer holiday we want you to be as happy to stay in as to spend your days out walking and exploring the Northern Lakes.

With red squirrels feeding outside the kitchen window as well as a wide variety of native birds, Rowling End is an ideal place for nature lovers The Mouse House is a detached stone barn dating from when Rowling End was a farm, the Mouse House has been sympathetically developed as a stylish one bedroom cottage and affords all the luxury you would expect from its Four Star Gold Award Tourist Rating.
Rowling End and The Mouse House is located in Stairs which is situated in The Newlands Valley which forms part of of the Lake District.

The Newlands Valley is regarded as one of the most picturesque and quiet valleys in the Lake District National Park, even though it is situated very close to the popular tourist town of Keswick. The Newlands Valley makes an excellent base for a walking holiday and provides a huge variety of walking routes including low level valley walks, ridge walks and fell walks such as Causey Pike, Barrow, Robinson, Hindscarth, Catbells, Maiden Moor and Dale Head. Newlands Valley is a three mile long road running along a ledge above the Newlands valley, from the village of Braithwaite, near Keswick, to Buttermere.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi

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