Currently we have 2 cottages available – Goody Bridge Cottage a detached former milking parlor all on one level (sleeps 2) and Goody Bridge Barn (sleeps 4) both characterful stone built Lakeland dwellings. We have tried to give every thought to your holiday comfort.
We have lived at Goody Bridge for 30 years bringing up our three now grown up children here and have been letting the cottage for over 20 years and the Barn since 1993. Grasmere has an enviable situation in the heart of the Lake District National Park, providing an excellent base for walkers. Goody Bridge nestles beneath the famous Fairfield Horseshoe at the foot of the Easedale Valley with many excellent walks long and short right on the doorstep including Hellvellyn, Silver How and Helm Crag. The circular walk round Grasmere and Rydal Lakes with a return via the coffin route is popular with those who like low level walks. It’s a perfect year round base for a holiday you can visit the whole of the National Park either by car or on the frequent seasonal bus service.