Seatoller is a settlement in Borrowdale in the English Lake District. Historically part of Cumberland, it lies on the B5289 road at the east foot of the Honister Pass, and to the south of Derwent Water. The nearest town to Seatoller is Keswick, which is situated approximately 7 miles (11 km) to the north.
For local government purposes Seatoller forms part of the civil parish of Borrowdale, the district of Allerdale, and the county of Cumbria. It is within the Copeland constituency of the United Kingdom Parliament, and the North West England constituency of the European Parliament.
Seatoller was the destination of a regular walkers bus in the 1960s and 1970s which left Carlisle each Sunday at 07:30 giving access by public transport into the heart of the lakes.
The hamlet consists of a farmhouse, two bed and breakfasts, a tea shop and two rows of cottages.
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