Semi-detached cottage in a tranquil location on the outskirts of the village of Hawkshead, with its range of shops, pubs, and historic buildings.
Located on the outskirts of the popular village of Hawkshead, this delightful semi-detached cottage makes for a welcoming retreat for a holiday with family or friends. It’s set on a private road and has a range of hiking trails on the doorstep, which will appeal to the two canines who are also welcome here too. Sleeping five people, the property is also a great base for exploring the beautiful Lake Windermere.
Enjoying stunning countryside views, this pretty home has a welcoming, cottage-style feel. After a busy day, pull off your walking boots and retreat to the colourful lounge where the cosy wood burner will warm your toes while you enjoy a film. The dining room is a sociable space with plenty of room for everyone to gather to enjoy a bite to eat, with the added bonus of a further wood burner. On warmer evenings, open the French doors which lead into the garden. The group’s chefs will enjoy cooking up a storm in the stylish kitchen, which takes in some gorgeous views from the window. Three restful bedrooms are found upstairs, each tastefully decorated with pine furniture and simple colour themes. Take a relaxing soak in the contemporary bathroom, which is found on this level as well. The hounds will enjoy sniffing around the patio garden outside, while you relax on the patio and take in that stunning view.
Enjoy a bite to eat in Hawkshead before stopping off at the Beatrix Potter Gallery. Lake Windermere (5 miles) and Coniston Water (4.5 miles) are both must-see attractions, with boat rides, scenic walks and water sports on offer. The National Park’s Brockhole on Windermere centre (6.5 miles) offers everything from orienteering to treetop treks. Explore the family-friendly Wray Castle and its grounds, 3 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.