Beckside Thornthwaite

Beckside Thornthwaite

United Kingdom

3 Star Award
This Holiday Cottages /Apartments sleeps up to 3 persons
over 2 Bedrooms
With 1 Bathroom

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A traditional Lakeland cottage adjoining the main property, approached through private grounds - a haven for red squirrels, it enjoys panoramic views of Helvellyn and the Causey Pike range. Situated on the edge of Coombe Beck and set against the spectacular backdrop of Skiddaw, a tranquil, unspoilt location. Forestry walks from the bridge across the beck, sailing, fishing, and osprey viewing on Bassenthwaite lake. A perfect holiday retreat. Shops, restaurants and Theatre by the lake, 2 miles. Shop and pub 1? miles.

Ground floor: Living/dining room. 2 steps down to kitchen. Garden room. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single.

Woodburner in living room (no fuel provided). First?10 partial NSH, elec convector heaters and elec inc, remainder by meter reading. Bed linen inc. DVD. Elec cooker. M/wave. Garden with sitting area and furniture. Ample parking. No smoking. No children under 12 years due to unfenced stream and ravine in the garden.

This property is at an elevation of approximately 303 feet / 92.3 metres above sea level

Facilities at the Cottage

Woodburner or Open Fire Woodburner /Open Fire
TV in Room TV
DVD Player DVD or Blueray Player
Dogs Welcome Dogs Welcome
WiFi Available WiFi

Kitchen Appliances
Kettle Kettle
Toaster Toaster
Microwave Microwave
Cooker Cooker

Garden Garden
Patio Table Garden Furniture
Parking Onsite Parking Onsite

Facilities Nearby
Entertainment Available Nearby Entertainment
Bar / Pub nearby Bar / Pub
Restuarant nearby Restuarant
Water Sports Nearby Water Sports
Fishing Nearby Fishing
Golf Nearby Golf
Walking countryside Walking countryside
Cycling countryside Cycling countryside


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Distances are direct straight line
...International Airports
Newcastle Airport
Woolsington Tyne and Wear
NE13 8BZ
66.1 miles
Leeds Bradford International Airport
Leeds West Yorkshire
LS19 7TU
80.9 miles

... Local Airports
Carlisle Lake District Airport
Carlisle Cumbria
27.5 miles
Barrow/Walney Island Airport
Barrow-in-Furness Cumbria
LA14 3YS
34.1 miles

... Motorways
M6 Junction 41
17.3 miles
M6 Junction 40
Penrith, Keswick
17.9 miles
M6 Junction 42
21.1 miles

... Railway Stations
station code = ASP
11.1 miles
station code = MRY
CA15 6NQ
13.3 miles

... Ferry Ports
Heysham Port sailing to ->
Douglas Isle of Man
South Quay, Heysham
42.0 miles
Douglas Ferry Terminal sailing to ->
Belfast (NI), Heysham,Liverpool, Dublin (IE)

60.5 miles

Local Attractions

Attractions & places to see nearby

Go Ape Whinlatter
Outdoor activity centre in the Whinlatter Forest Park, with high level walks through the trees, plus segway hire to see the forest on a different mode of transport.
0.9m / 1.4km - - Walking time 14 minutes walk

Grisedale Pike
Grisedale Pike at an elevation of 791 metres, 2595 feet close the Whinlatter Forest Park
heightElevation = 791 Meters / 2595.1 Feet
2.4m / 3.9km - - Walking time 36 minutes walk

Whinlatter Forrest
Operated by forestry England, a scenic are with good views, purpose made cycle and walking trials, a cafe, bike hire and play areas
0.9m / 1.4km - - Walking time 14 minutes walk

Bassenthwaite Lake
A Lake in the northern lakleland area, all but 4 miles long and yet relatively narrow.Uniquely the only body of water called a 'Lake' as opposed to 'water' or 'mere' The popular fell, Skiddaw lies immediately tot he east of the lake.
2.6m / 4.2km - - Walking time 38 minutes walk

Ospray Watch
Ospray Viewpoists near Little Crosthwaite, southern end of Bassenthwaite Lake
1.6m / 2.6km - - Walking time 23 minutes walk

The Cumberland Pencil Museum
An interesting museum from the production and history of pencils, a replica graphite mine and tables where you can create your own art, ideal for the young ones.
2.6m / 4.2km - - Walking time 39 minutes walk

Mirehouse Historic House And Gardens
A 17th century English manor house and beautiful gardens with many rare plants open to the public, with walks of nearby fells, and down to Bassenthwaite Lake. Includes a children's playground and tearooms. Previous visitor attraction of the year award for Cumbria
1.9m / 3.1km - - Walking time 28 minutes walk

Spout Force Waterfall
ot one of the tallest waterfalls in the Lake District with a fall of approximately 30 feet, but certainly pretty and best viewed after good rain. Located towards the north western area of the Whinlatter Forest Park
2.7m / 4.3km - - Walking time 40 minutes walk

Crosthwaite Church
A Grade II listed building in Great Crossthwaite a liitle to the north of Keswick and built in the late 12th century
2.2m / 3.5km - - Walking time 33 minutes walk

Force Crag Mine
The last working metal mine in the Lake District now abandoned. though the buildings can still be seen and access can be made by guided tours - the nearest village is Braithwaite 2.6 miles
2.8m / 4.5km - - Walking time 41 minutes walk

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