A beautifully-presented terraced cottage with character features, located in an elevated position on the edge of Penruddock in the Lake District National Park just four miles from the stunning Ullswater.
This immaculate cottage combines modern comfort with character features which will be sure to please friends, families and couples that holiday here.
On the ground floor there is the inviting kitchen with dining area that has an electric fire and TV, perfect for preparing and enjoying family meals together.
The ground floor is also home to the family bathroom and the stylish twin bedroom.
Up the stairs, that show more history and character with stone walls, is the second spacious double bedroom complete with its own en-suite and dual aspect windows to make the most of the views.
Guests will be impressed with the superb spacious sitting room, also on the first floor, with vaulted ceiling, beams and glorious views to the Lakeland fells of Blencathra, Mell Fell and Carrock.
Outside there is a large cottage garden with patio, ideal for a morning coffee or a welcome glass of something stronger after your day’s activities.
Walkers and cyclists are spoilt for choice in this area.
An enjoyable walk across the fields will take you to the local pub, the 18th century Herdwick Inn in less than five minutes, which serves real ales, has a restaurant, and the bar is dog-friendly.
In the summer months the village of Greystoke, just three miles away has a 13th century castle, cyclist’s cafe, the Boot and Shoe pub and a seasonal outdoor heated swimming pool with cafe and play area.
Close by, Ullswater is a fabulous day out with its incredible scenery and bustling centre Pooley Bridge.
Why not enjoy water activities such as the lake cruises on the steamers that run between Glenridding, Howtown and Pooley Bridge?
Keen hikers can also enjoy the demanding Hellvellyn, the Lakeland’s highest mountain, from the lower tip of the lake at Glenridding, or enjoy a guided walk.
You can also walk to Aira Falls from here and see the waterfalls in ancient woodland and landscaped gardens.
With Keswick just 11 miles away and Penrith 7 miles, this cottage is ideally situated to explore this resplendent area and take in all it has to offer, including birdwatching and wildlife.
At the end of the day this superb cottage awaits to welcome you back, making this an ideal spot to enjoy and explore this special area in all seasons.