18th century farmhouse, set with five acres of shared grounds overlooking the beautiful Esthwaite Valley and Tarn Hows, just 1.5 miles to the attractive village of Hawkshead.
This delightful 18th-century farmhouse is set within 5 acres of shared gardens in a tranquil, rural location. Sleeping six guests, there are endless walks to discover in the surrounding area, which virtually pass your front door. The property overlooks the beautiful Esthwaite Valley and the nearest shops, pubs and restaurant are within 1.5 miles, meaning you can do as much or as little as you like.
A clever blend of old and new helps to create a contemporary home which maintains many of its original features. The stylish kitchen will prove popular with any keen cooks in the group, who’ll enjoy rustling up a delicious meal for you all to enjoy together at the spacious dining table. The light and airy lounge, with beamed ceilings and a wood burner, creates a welcoming atmosphere ensuring everyone can unwind after a day of sightseeing. The three elegant bedrooms are to be found in the eaves of the building with sloping ceilings, each with their own character. All have been created with relaxation in mind, ensuring a restful night ahead. Take a seat in the large shared gardens while the canines and children explore to their hearts’ content.
Pack your walking boots and follow the Tarn Hows circular trail (1.5 miles) which includes some impressive mountain views. Hire a boat at Coniston Water and explore the area from a different perspective, or head to the famous Lake Windermere (6.5 miles) where hikes, boat trips and water sports are all on offer. Enjoy a delicious bite to eat in one of the lovely local pubs to be found in Hawkshead, 1 mile away. While there, be sure to visit the Beatrix Potter Gallery, where you can see some of the author’s early illustrations.