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Grasmere (Butterlip How) Hostel

A large Victorian house built in traditional Lakeland style on the edge of the village. Good family accommodation and grounds for outdoor recreation. Hire a rowing boat on Grasmere, explore the picturesque village or visit Dove Cottage - home of the Wordsworth Museum. Walk up to Easedale Tarn, Helm Crag or tackle Helvellyn from here.


Lounge, games room, T.V. room, self-catering kitchen and dining room, showers, drying room, laundry, cycle store and grounds.

Beds 80
Disabled Facilities No
Drinks License No
Meals Yes, 18.45 hrs - 19.30 hrs
Under 3's Yes
No Smoking No
High Chairs Yes
Cots Yes
Parking Yes


Butterlip How, Easedale Road, Grasmere, Cumbria, LA22 9QG
015394 35316
Tourist Information: 015394 35245

Getting There

Leave the village via Easedale Road. The hostel drive is on your right about 400yds.

Ordnance Survey Sheet/Grid Ref: 90/336077


Stagecoach Cumberland 555 Lancaster-Keswick, 599 from Windermere; alight Grasmere, 1/4m(all pass BR Windermere)(Tel: 01946 63222)


Windermere 8 1/2m.

Nearest Other Hostels

Ambleside 5m, Borrowdale 9m (by mountain path), Patterdale 9m (by path), Grasmere Thorney How 1/2m, Langdale High Close 2m

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