Oakdene is the perfect holiday property for large groups wanting to explore the Yorkshire Dales or Lake District National Parks.
The property is located just outside Sedbergh, on the western side of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Oakdene also offers easy access to the Lake District which is just 15 miles away.
On your door step
There is an excellent network of footpaths to explore, which lead right from the door step offering differing walks and cycle rides to suit every visitor, whether you are looking for an quiet afternoon stroll or a more energetic and invigorating fell walk or ride.
Farfield Mill built in 1837, is just a few hundred yards away. The Mill now houses an Arts and Heritage Centre with craft studios, tearoom and shop, exhibitions and demonstrations of cloth weaving.
Sedbergh, England's book town, is less than a mile away. The stone-built, historic market town has a twelfth century Norman church to explore, as well as Castlehaw, the site of an ancient motte and bailey castle which overlooks the town.
Just 5 miles away is the beautiful cobbled village of Dent, where you will find an art gallery, blacksmith's shop and memorial fountain to it's famous son, geologist Adam Sedgwick.
Just a short drive away
The whole of the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District are within easy drving distance with an abundance of interests and attractions on offer, from exploring pretty lakeside villages, to spotting red squirrels in Snaizeholme or for the more adventurous canoeing the local rivers and kite surfing off silecroft beach.
Sedbergh is a town of about 3,000 people in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. An ancient market town, Sedbergh has a famous public school, Sedbergh School, it has a thriving main street of shops, ancient buildings, and is surrounded by moorland hills.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a special place: it has outstanding scenery, a range of wildlife habitats and a rich cultural heritage. It is a fantastic outdoor arena for recreation and peaceful relaxation and a haven for wildlife.
England's largest National Park is famous for its stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and cultural heritage. The Lake District includes Scafell Pike - its highest mountain, Wastwater - its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.