A walker's paradise in the heart of the English
Moss House on the outskirts of Grasmere nestles below the stunning viewpoint
of White Moss Common at the north end of beautiful Rydal Water, described
by Dorothy Wordsworth as "a place made for all kinds of beautiful works
of art and nature…miniature mountains, alps above alps".
William Wordsworth so loved White Moss House that he bought it for his
son, Willie. Wordsworth often rested in the porch on his walks around
Grasmere and Rydal Water. Leaving the car behind , Fairfield , Loughrigg,
Silver Howe and many other beautiful Lakeland fells are on the doorstep
for walkers. The villages of Rydal, Grasmere, Ambleside and Elterwater
are a gentle stroll away.
homes at Dove Cottage, Grasmere, and Rydal Mount, Rydal Village, are
less that a mile away .A short car journey takes you to Beatrix Potter's
home Hilltop at Hawkshead, or John Ruskin's house Brantwood on Coniston.
Whether you come with the daffodils and azaleas in spring, through the
green summer months, for the glorious autumn colours, or the crisp days
of winter, White Moss House is the ideal base for your stay in the heart
of the English Lake District.
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Rydal Water, Grasmere, The English Lake District, Cumbria LA22 9SE England,