This typical Dales cottage was built 1876 as a railway crossing mans cottage. Adjacent to the Settle to Carlisle railway close to Lunds viaduct in the hamlet of Lunds, five miles from Hawes, it offers a high degree of seclusion whilst being within easy reach of the Town. With full gas central heating the cottage boasts warm and cosy rooms with views from the front towards Upper Wensleydale and at the rear to Mallerstang and Wild Boar Fell. 

This is truly a place where you can relax, take time to explore the countryside and visit many unique historic sites.

Stroll around small towns on market days where fine pubs and cafés are always close at hand serving excellent food. Grisedale Crossing Cottage accommodation has two double bedrooms and a further spacious bedroom with two single beds. There is a well established garden to three sides adjacent to the Settle to Carlisle Railway with views of the Lunds Viaduct and Upper Wensleydale.

A cast iron wood burning stove in the sitting room provides a warm atmosphere with two comfortable sofas to watch the TV or listen to music. The peaceful conservatory at the rear provides excellent views towards Ais Gil and Wild Boar Fell.


This cottage is close to the fabulous Moorcock Inn pub within the Yorkshire Dales between Sedbergh and Hawes.