Welcome to 3 Randle How

Click images to increase size 3 Randle How Cottage 3 Randle How Cottage The View towards Harter Fell Muncaster Fell

3 Randlehow is an 18th century cottage in Eskdale Green, Cumbria in the beautiful valley of Eskdale, one of the Lake District's best kept secrets.
The cottage is in a quiet part of the village and is an excellent base for walking, touring or relaxing throughout the year. The traditional cottage has modern facilities and comfortably accommodates four people.
The River Esk flows down the valley, starting among the highest mountains in England and ending at Ravenglass on the coast. At the top of the valley stands a Roman Fort adjacent to the famous Hardknott Pass that connects Eskdale to Ambleside. Lower down is the hamlet of Boot with the terminus of the miniature steam Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, known as La'al Ratty. The train runs through Eskdale Green and on to the Esk estuary at Ravenglass, an old Roman port. Near to Ravenglass is Muncaster Castle with its famous gardens and Owl Centre. The valley also has 5 pubs with Real Ale and good food, 2 of which are 10 minutes by foot from the cottage. It is a 5 minute walk to the village shop and Eskdale Green Station is 2 minutes down the lane in the opposite direction.
If you would like more information about 3 Randle How, including details of how to book, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to helping with your enquiry.