in the area, nearby ducks in river. Cranesbill, Eddy House Cottages, Morland. CA10 3BJ
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Cranesbill cottage is a peaceful and relaxing base to retreat to after a full day's exploring and sightseeing.

In an area of outstanding natural beauty with outlooks to uninterrupted countryside over the wooded Lyvennet and Eden Valleys, including the backdrops of the Lake District Fells and the North Pennines.

Within close reach of the magnificent Lake District National Park with its many visitor attractions. Also, within striking distance of Hadrians Wall and the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

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Just 1/2 hour in the car is Keswick which has lots of lovely independant gift and clothes shops as well as a great selection of coffee shops and restaurants.
public footpath sign showing glenton vale, morland and public bridlewayLookout for the signposted local country walks & bridleways which can pass kingfisher, red squirrel and wild deer habitats. You'll find lots of ideal spots for picnics or for walking the dog.

Short drives to towns of Penrith and Appleby in Westmoreland, Lakes Ullswater and Haweswater, Settle to Carlisle and Eden Valley railways and Lowther Park.

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Morland is just a 15 minute walk away from the cottage where you can see the Saxon tower of Morland Church - the oldest Cumbrian building still in daily use of it's original purpose.

In the centre of the village, overlooking Morland Beck's waterfall is the delightful Mill Yard Cafe & Bistro which is a great place to relax and have a drink and a bite to eat. It's open 7 days a week and they also serve evening meals on a Friday and Saturday. There's a deli section selling locally sourced food, home made cakes, beers, wines and gifts.

Also in the village square, you have the Crown Inn and for a bit of retail therapy there's the Travelling2 outfitters shop, in Morland House's converted stable block.