- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
This delightful semi-detached cottage is situated on the owners' livestock farm, in the lovely village of Rosthwaite in the beautiful Lake District National Park.
With stunning mountain views, this Rosthwaite holiday home has been furnished to a good standard and provides spacious accommodation, ideal for families or friends who wish to enjoy time together in this wonderful part of the country.
Your Lake District cottage offers three welcoming bedrooms, along with a bathroom, a well-equipped kitchen and a large sitting room with dining area and cosy open fire.
To the front of this cottage in the Lake District is an enclosed garden, whilst the village of Rosthwaite has a shop, a superb tea room and an excellent pub.
The road from Rosthwaite takes you to the Honister Pass, which links Borrowdale with the lakes of Buttermere, Crummock Water and Loweswater, plus Honister is also the home to a slate mine, where guided tours can be enjoyed, and for the really adventurous the Via Ferrata (iron road) provides a unique climbing experience.
With plenty of opportunities for cycling, and the bustling town of Keswick just a 20 minute drive away, this is an ideal base for a cottage holiday in the Lake District National Park.
Three bedrooms. 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single with pull-out stacker bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over and basin. Separate WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and open fire.
Oil central heating with open fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, TV with Freeview, WiFi. Fuel, power and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Secure bike storage. Enclosed, front lawned garden. Rear courtyard. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Tea room/shop and pub 2 mins walk. Derwentwater 2 miles.
- Last minute
- “Beautiful cottage, beautiful location!!”
- “Beautifully kept warm cosy cottage.Gorgeous views and walks from cottage in every direction. We received a lovely hamper on arrival. Cottage right in centre of village down a small lane, pub 2 min walk away.”
- “A lovely cottage”
- “They had thought of everything and we really enjoyed the bacon for our breakfast the first morning. Brilliant location and even better that dogs are allowed. A perfect walking holiday.”
- “A Walker's Haven”
- “A comfortable, well equipped cottage, with plenty of space, but the most important thing is the location. If you are a walker it simply doesn't get any better. Great circular walks from the door, and the reasonably frequent bus services mean linear expeditions over to Langdale, Thirlmere, Lorton, or Whinlatter are all possible. The cottage has an enclosed garden, which is unusual in the lakes, but really useful if you have dogs.”
- “the service was second to none, we received the loveliest welcome the cottage was clean with little extras everywhere.The only time we used the car was for shopping the rest of the time we were up and out for the day.We will remember Nook Cottage forever and we will return...fantastic”
- “Lovely cosy and warm cottage in a beautiful and quiet location. Everything needed for a comfortable week away was on hand. Superb walks from the front door, no need to use a car. We would love to return one day.”
- “An absolutely delightful location and the cottage was first class in every way. The views from all windows were fantastic. We will definitely return.”
- “The cottage was in a lovely location, very tranquil and relaxing with mountains all around. An ideal base for walking from. The cottage itself was splendid - like a home from home - very comfortable, warm and cosy. It was very well equipped. The dog enjoyed it too, and dogs are allowed in the local Riverside Bar which does really good food. Thoroughly enjoyed our time in The Lake District.”
- “The location is perfect for walkers and sightseers alike. It was a beautiful home with everything you need for a relaxing stay.”
- “An extremely comfortable cottage throughout, have never slept so well before whilst away. Had superb views and was an excellent location for walking. Food at the nearby pub and tearoom was very good and there was an efficient bus service.”
- “A charming, well-kept cottage with lots of lovely features. The thoughtfulness of the owner, who made us feel very welcome, and who provides lots of hidden extras. Lovely!”
- “A cosy home for a week. There was an open fire when we arrived and plenty of supplies to light fires everyday had we wished. I cannot fault it, how thoughtful, professional and kind. Nothing was too much trouble.”
- “Excellent cottage, lovely welcome hamper and amazing views.”
- “Lovely cosy cottage in a wonderful location. Welcome basket of coal and logs was a bonus. Riverside bar in village had excellent food. Relaxing holiday despite the weather.”
- “The accommodation exceeded our expectations, the only disappointment we had is we were not able to book it again for the same period in 2015. The owner was very welcoming, pleasant and helpful. We were most impressed with the beautiful welcome pack.”
- “A really enjoyable week away made much better by the excellent accommodation. The owner should be commended for the way that the cottage was presented and the special efforts in respect of the Christmas decorations which added a great touch to our stay.”
- “This was a lovely cottage in a terrific position. The fire and free fuel was most welcome, making it very cosy.”
About the location
Keswick 6.5 miles.
The pretty village of Rosthwaite is situated in the Borrowdale area of the stunning Lake District National Park. The village, surrounded by fells and meadows offers a pub, shop and tea room. You’ll be delighted with the location - just driving up the Borrowdale Valley past Lake Derwentwater is sure to please, and once you arrive in Rosthwaite you will be charmed by the traditional Lakeland cottages. Within driving distance is the town of Keswick, which boasts a number of shops and restaurants, along with miniature golf, parks, the Pencil Museum and the famous Theatre by the Lake. With Derwent Water and Honister Pass close by, the village is an ideal base for walkers and cyclists, and is in a superb location to discover all of the Lake District.