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Skyline | Luxury Self-Catering Modern Home | Staveley, Lake District


  • On the Map Staveley is located between Kendal and Windermere within the Lake District National Park, North West England.
  • By Train There is a rail connection to Windermere and Oxenholme mainline, from where London is in reach in just over 2 hours 30 minutes. Direct one hour trains also travel regularly between Manchester and Staveley. á
  • By Car Staveley is approximately 4.5 hours from London, 1.5 hours from Manchester and 2 hours from Newcastle.
  • By AiráCarlisle airport is just over an hour from the property, Manchester airport is one and a half hours away.

Please note the property location is approximate only, in order to protect the owners privacy.


A picturesque South Lakeland village nestled at the foot of the scenic Kentmere Valley, Staveley is sandwiched between the rivers of Kent and Gowan in the Lake District and offers outdoor pursuits aplenty.

Holidays in the Lake District The village of Staveley is a popular spot for visitors looking to explore life in the Lake District. Sitting at the junction of two rivers which once powered eight mills, Staveley’s charming stone dwellings, enchanting forests and babbling rivers promise a magical break in the Lakes. Staveley Mill Yard, a former bobbin mill, is now home to 20 small enterprises and workshops including a cookery school, brewery, ice cream parlour, café and bakery offering an abundance of fun for family holidays. Enjoy great winding walks through the village past picturesque rivers and mountain tarns stretching up onto the surrounding fells, which will be the perfect way to walk off a mill yard ice cream!

Lake Windermere Activities Staveley sits just a few miles from the iconic Lake District village of Windermere, home to the largest natural lake in England. Lake Windermere should be at the top of the ‘to do’ list when planning a holiday to Cumbria, stretching over 10 miles long and 200 feet deep, making an excellent base for watersports. Vintage steamer boats operate from Bowness Bay to Ambleside, offering the chance for some relaxing lake cruising. Explore the area by hiring a rowing boat, kayak or paddleboard and enjoying Lake Windermere’s waters at your own pace. To satisfy thrill seekers; The Lake District’s paragliding, rock climbing and ghyll scrambling will make the most invigorating adventure holiday.


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