Beautiful Setting – Low Gale, Howtown
A very comfortable place to stay in the most beautiful setting. Thank you for such a lovely holiday’
Low Gale Ullswater is an elevated single storey, dog friendly holiday cottage located just beside Fusedale Beck and can easily accomodate 7 people.
The cottage boasts free Superfast broadband – not often available in this part of the lakes – is surrounded by stunning scenery and gardens and perfect for those who love the outdoors, walking and sailing.
The Howtown Ullswater Steamer Jetty is just a footpath away where you can sail across and around Lake Ullswater taking in the stunning scenery Cumbria’s most Beautiful Lake has to offer.
In Winter 2023 we created a fully equipped large Kitchen / Diner complete with induction hobb, electric oven, fridge, under counter freezer and dishwasher where visitors can cook local fayre or alternatively take advantage of the dine at home meals available from the Hotel kitchen.
Choose to eat alfresco enjoying the views which surround you in every direction or take your meals inside if the weather has begun to cool down.
- Free Superfast Broadband
- Dog friendly
- Off road parking
- Garden / Patios
- Cot available
- *Washing Machine
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 double bedroom
- 2 twin rooms
- 1 single room
- Ample storage and drying facilites
- Very spacious, comfortable lounge
- Fully fitted kitchen
- Dining room
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Charcoal BBQ available
- Laundry facilites are available by coin operated machines
Low Gale can be booked online throughout the year and is available on a 3 night – (Friday to Monday). 4 night (Monday to Friday) and 7 night plus basis. Preferred Arrival and Departure days are Friday and Monday – Please contact us if you would like to arrive / depart on a different day and we will try to accomodate you. Full Terms and Conditions are available on the website:
To enquire about an extended stay please Email: email@example.com or Telephone 01768 486514
Visit the Howtown Hotel website here for further information on the area and to read the Howtown Diary