Surrounded by the Lakeland hills
This delightful 17th century semi-detached holiday cottage is in a quiet and peaceful position, at the head of the magnificent Kentmere Valley.
It is surrounded by the high craggy hills of the Lake District National Park, at the end of a short, narrow private lane. There are lovely views across the valley and you can walk from the door. It is full of character and charm, with low oak beams and an inglenook fireplace.
Well equipped, with a superb oak fitted kitchen, it is always warm and cosy and tastefully furnished in a homely cottage style. Windermere is close by providing a range of watersports and great climbing. For the less adventurous it offers a multitude of charming shops, pubs and restaurants to relax away the day. There are many attractions in the area including historic houses, museums, gardens, parks and galleries, not to mention the beautiful countryside this area is famous for.
Shop, pub and restaurant 4.5 miles.
Ground floor: Living room with low beams/dining room. Dining room/kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.
Open fire in living room inc. Oil CH, oil and elec inc. Cot. Satellite TV. DVD. Stereo/CD. Oil Aga. M/wave. D/washer. Freezer. Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Parking (2 cars). Natural water supply from borehole. No smoking.
This property is at an elevation of approximately 600 feet / 182.8 metres above sea level
Facilities at the Cottage
Holiday Cottage Travel & Directions Hub
Distances are direct straight line
| Leeds Bradford International Airport
Leeds West Yorkshire
| Newcastle Airport
Woolsington Tyne and Wear
| Barrow/Walney Island Airport
| Carlisle Lake District Airport
| M6 Junction 39
| M6 Junction 38
Kendal, Brough, Appleby
| M6 Junction 37
station code = SVL
station code = WDM
| Heysham Port sailing to ->
Douglas Isle of Man
South Quay, Heysham
| Port of Tyne International Passenger Terminal sailing to ->
Royal Quays, North Shields
Tyne and Wear
Attractions & places to see nearby
Tarn Crag - Eastern Fells
A fell east of Longsleddale in the Far Eastern Fells of the Lake District (another Tarn Crag exists in the Central Fells near Grasmere)
Elevation = 664 Meters / 2178.5 Feet
3.1m / 5km - -
46 minutes walk
Stony Cove Pike
Stony Cove Pike located on the eastern side of the Lake District's Kirkstone Pass opposite Red Screes
Elevation = 763 Meters / 2503.3 Feet
4.3m / 6.9km -
Located in Troutbeck, this 17th-century house and preserved farm owned by the National trust and looks much like it did 400 years ago and as such is like a living museum
3.2m / 5.1km - -
49 minutes walk
High Street (high Raise)
The highest point in the eastern fell range , note there is also a High Raise fell in the Central Fells
Elevation = 828 Meters / 2716.5 Feet
4.3m / 6.9km -
The Deepest tarn in the Lake District, a corrie formed through glaciation on the slopes of High seat forming a bowl shape depression
3.6m / 5.8km - -
54 minutes walk
Brockhole Visitor Centre
With Parks, gardens, outdoor pursuit's, indoor play Café Bike hire to name just a few - a great day out for all the family
4.5m / 7.2km -
Take a tour around this Lake District Brewery. There is also a Beer Hall with light meals
3.8m / 6.1km - -
57 minutes walk
Located within the Brockhole Centre, a high level trek through the trees, while tethered by safety ropes all the time.
4.5m / 7.2km -
A fell north of Windermere, notable for being the first fell Alfred Wainwright climbed. The summit gives good panoramic views of a number of fells some distance away. The walk to the summit is not that far from Windermere
Elevation = 238 Meters / 780.8 Feet
4m / 6.4km - -
59 minutes walk
Red Screes, a Lake District fles to the west of the Kirkstone Pass between Patterdale and Ambleside.
Elevation = 776 Meters / 2545.9 Feet
4.6m / 7.4km -
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