This first class, stone-built, end-terrace cottage is situated by the village green in Great Strickland, just seven miles from Penrith.
Fully renovated by the owners, this wonderful cottage offers lovely holiday accommodation in a quiet and tranquil part of Cumbria, with easy access into the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, and the beautiful Eden Valley.
Finished to a high standard throughout, the cottage combines modern styling, furnishings and fittings with the original features of this traditional period cottage.
The cosy sitting room boasts a warming woodburning stove set in a feature stone surround and original ceiling beams, whilst the kitchen/diner is spacious and well equipped and has stable doors that lead you out onto a delightful garden with spacious patio area.
Upstairs, the main bedroom features an original fireplace and the traditional and modern styling creates a luxury feel to the whole room, plus also on this floor is a welcoming twin bedroom and a separate bathroom.
This is an immensely charming Lakeland holiday cottage not to be missed.
This cottage is an excellent base for enjoying the stunning Lake District, the Eden Valley Circular Cycle Route and the lakes at Ullswater and Haweswater.
This superb cottage ensures a pleasant stay whatever the time of year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Penrith 7 miles; Appleby 10 miles; Kendal 22 miles.
The attractive, unspoilt rural village of Great Strickland is ideally placed for exploring the Lake District and Eden Valley. The village offers a pub, which serves good food and the nearby market town of Penrith has a good selection of shops and restaurants, a cinema and swimming baths. The Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre is only 2 miles away and well worth a visit, or why not cruise on one of Ullswater's motor yachts, which leave hourly from Pooley Bridge, only 5 miles away? The Rheged Discovery Centre in Penrith is the “largest grass covered building in the country” or you might like to visit Dalemain Historic House featured in a television production of Jane Eyre. For those who love the outdoors, the well known "Coast to Coast" walk runs close to Great Strickland and walks abound in the nearby National Park.