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A Warm Welcome

Relax, unwind and be 'at home'.


High, beamed ceilings and exposed stonework complemented by under-floor heated timber floors and flagstones with sheepskin bedside rugs make this is a very unique "place to stay".


There is a large lounge with comfortable seating, contemporary open fire and a piano, a dining room and outside courtyard, a boot-room with drying facilities, reception and 6 luxurious en-suite bedrooms. 

1692 Wasdale is a licensed property with a well stocked honesty bar including some local favourites.

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1692 wasdale has its own large hot tub, with spectacular views down the Wasdale valley and to the Isle of Man. 


Use of the hot tub is included in the price of your stay when you book directly, through our website or over the phone with us.

We provide robes, towels and flip flops, so you just need to bring your swimwear!


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Luxury Bedrooms

6 modern, luxurious, well appointed super-king en-suite bedrooms.  Each is unique in layout and décor with luxury hand made beds, crisp white bed linen, feather-light duvets and Herdwick Sheepskin rugs.

The contemporary bathrooms all have walk-in showers, large soft Egyptian Cotton towels, complementary toiletries and a heated floor.


Each bedroom has tea and Nespresso coffee making facilities, a seating area and its own Patio.  5 patios face west with views to the sea and the Cairn Suite's patio looks to the mountains. 

Wasdale was voted the UK's 


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Delicious Breakfasts

Breakfast is served in the dining room, in the courtyard on sunny days or as Room Service if required. 

The breakfast buffet offers cereal, yoghurt, compote, fresh fruit, juice, fresh bread and freshly baked pastries. Help yourself whilst your cooked breakfast is prepared to order.  Add a glass of Buck's Fizz if you fancy! 

 We are not able to provide evening meals at this time.

Our well stocked & reasonably priced licensed Honesty bar is 'always' open so we ask you not to bring alcohol onto the premises.

Packed Lunches can be ordered a day ahead , for great days out.

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The western side of the Lake District is the quieter part - here you will find mountains, lakes, valleys, a fantastic coastline with miles & miles of sand and some great sunsets.  All without the crowds or the traffic. 

In this exposed and rather rugged part of the National Park, now a World Heritage site, each season brings its own delights.

Situated at the entrance to the Wasdale valley, 1692 Wasdale has direct access to the bridleway network with several interesting walks right from our door. 

The  Wasdale valley is home to England’s deepest lake - Wastwater, its highest mountain - Scafell Pike and the smallest Church. From Wasdale you can also, walk Scafell, Great Gable, Kirk Fell, Pillar, Red Pike, Yewbarrow, Haycock, and Illgill Head all of which offer their own challenges and rewards. 

In the  adjacent valleys of Eskdale and Ennerdale you will find Hard Knott, Crinkle Crags, Harter Fell, Scoat Fell, Starling Dodd, High Crag, High Stile and another Red Pike!

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