Situated in a small hamlet just outside of Keswick, surrounded by Lakeland fells, fabulous scenery and walks from your door, while lots of local amenities are close by.
Situated just a few miles from the pretty market town of Keswick, between Skiddaw and Derwentwater. Enjoy kayaking or canoeing on Derwentwater or explore the North Lakes by foot, car or bus, this is the perfect location. Keswick has a nice selection of restaurants, dog-friendly pubs and independent shops to explore. Annually, usually in May or June, is the mountain festival which is held over three days with world-class sports, lots of outdoor activities, talks, films, and live music events which take place beside the lake. You are just 5 miles from Cat Bells, 3 miles from Derwentwater and have Skiddaw and Latrigg on your doorstep! Mirehouse and gardens are well worth a visit on a nice day, you can actually walk here through the woodland at the back of the house.
As you enter the traditional stone house you will find a small lobby that opens up into the hallway. There is a cosy lounge with a wood burner, TV and stunning views across the fells, a large formal dining room with a stunning teak table for friends and family to gather around and off the dining room is the bright modern kitchen with oil Aga, electric hob and oven, integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave. As you head back into the hallway you will find a separate WC and also a useful utility room with drying space and a washer/dryer. Head up to the first floor and the view on the landing will take your breath away! On the first floor, you will find two en-suite bedrooms. A double with a small TV and en-suite shower room with shower and WC and across the landing is a family bedroom with a double and single bed with a small TV and en-suite shower room with shower and WC.
Outside there is a small covered storage area that is accessed from the kitchen, this is a great space to keep locked bikes, buggies and outdoor gear. To the side of the house, there is a raised patio area with seating which has stunning views over the fields and fells, Ii is the perfect spot to read a good book on a sunny day or enjoy a coffee in the morning before you head out. At the back of the house there is also an enclosed garden area. The bird feeders at the back of the house often attract a few resident red squirrels. There is private parking on the drive for up to 2 cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.