This charming 18th Century cottage is situated in a quiet location just a five minute stroll from the village of Grasmere in the heart of the English Lake District.


Details and facilities

Sleeps 7      Arrival Friday
4 bedrooms    3 bathrooms
Parking            Wi fi
Pet welcome


This is the view from the front of Hollens Cottage looking north towards Helm Crag (The Lion and the Lamb).

Local Information about Grasmere.

Places to visit

William Wordsworth and Dove Cottage- Grasmere village was home to one of England's most famous poets, William Wordsworth, whose most well known poem 'I wandered lonely as a cloud' describes a field of daffodils. A five minute stroll from Hollens Cottage brings you to his home, Dove Cottage, where there is also a museum and visitor centre.  For more information on Dove Cottage click here.

Grasmere Gingerbread shop- try this local speciality. For more information click here.

Heaton Cooper Galllery / Art Shop- visit the gallery of paintings and prints by this well-known local artist. For more information click here.


Coop supermarket- open 7 days a week, in the main part of the village.

Several Outdoor clothing/equipment shops.

Grasmere garden centre- For more information click here.

Places to Eat and Drink

There is a variety of cafes, restaurants, hotels and pubs serving a wide range of food and drink to suit all tastes and pockets



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