The site of the works was developed and became known as the Langdale Estate. It had a hotel, several small cottages and some rustic sleeping cabins. Then, in the 80’s, it was converted into a luxury hotel and country club, with over 80 Scandinavian-type lodges which are now let out on a timeshare basis.
Today the most well-known building in the village itself is the Britannia Inn, which is over 400 years old and was a farmhouse before becoming a coaching inn. Now it’s a very popular pub which is usually crowded in the summer months.