In Ravenglass, house rentals are the most common accommodation type. The standard size of house rentals in Ravenglass is 85 m², and they cost, on average, £153 per night. Moreover, this specific type of property is ideal for large groups, since the majority of house rentals are able to welcome at least 7 people. Hotel rooms are the second most available accommodation type in Ravenglass. The average size of hotel rooms in Ravenglass is 40 m², and the average price is £105 a night.
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Enjoy the Lake District's wonders from Ravenglass holiday lettings
Located in the magnificent Lake District National Park, Ravenglass is a picturesque coastal village which offers so much for visitors to see and do. Ravenglass holiday rentals are the perfect accommodation choice for travellers who value comfort, privacy and self catering facilities when away from home.
Child-friendly attractions where history comes alive
Ravenglass Railway Museum documents the history of 'The Smallest Railway in the World' and is great fun for kids as well as older history enthusiasts. There are interactive displays, train models and even the opportunity to dress up in the attire of a 1920s passenger. For many young visitors, the highlight is a ride on the historic Ravenglass and Eskine Steam Railway which takes passengers for a scenic ride through the surrounding hills and villages. Muncaster Castle is another popular family destination. Children will enjoy exploring its rambling gardens, Enchanted Trail and well-designed play areas.
Rambling in Ravenglass: Waterfalls and walking trails
Ravenglass is a great base for walking enthusiasts, and some beautiful trails meander through the local countryside. Departing from Ravenglass Station, one of the easiest walks leads to the ruins of an ancient Roman bath house, about a kilometre away, and onwards towards Ravensglass Beach. Beautiful Stanley Ghyll Force, a waterfall that plummets through a narrow rocky gorge, is approximately 20km from Ravenglass and offers a more challenging hike.
Regular events in and near Ravenglass: Country fairs and the Festival of Fools
Taking place approximately 16km from Ravensglass, the annual Eskdale Show is a great family day out with a focus on the area's rich agricultural heritage. In addition, this traditional country fair features local crafts, produce and fun children's events. Muncaster Castle also hosts many special events throughout the year such as the quirky Festival of Fools which is held each spring. Performances that take place during the festival include juggling, magic shows and slapstick comedy.
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