Nestled on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park, in a lovely area of the village of Great Broughton, is 1 The Nook.
With access to the local shop and plenty of places to eat and drink, this end-terrace boasts a welcoming feel inside.
Ideal for a family of four, or two couples, enjoy a relaxing stay in Cumbria, with plenty to see and do in the surrounding region.
Step straight into the lounge, brought together with comfy sofas and a Flatscreen TV.
This is the perfect place to kick back and relax after climbing steep fells and ambling through sweeping grassland.
The kitchen is just across the hall, with a modern feel and integrated fittings assisting you each morning and evening.
Just off from here is a breakfast/dining area with table and chairs for four people.
As well as all this, the bathroom lies on ground level, hosting a power shower over a bath in gleaming white, with chrome fixtures offering a quality finish.
Upstairs the two double bedrooms boast plenty of space and lovely oak and pine furnishings getting you through your stay.
You even have the added benefit of a sunny patio to the rear enjoying the garden furniture.
This village is located just a few miles outside the market town of Cockermouth, with many amenities for you to enjoy, as well as a trip to the home William Wordsworth grew up in, which is now owned by the National Trust.
Explore the beautiful west coast and the town of Workington, with many more points of interest waiting to be discovered.
Then there's the bustling town of Keswick in the heart of the Lake District, with a variety of shopping opportunities and scenic walks to journey on with the whole family.
Benefit from a comfortable stay at number 1 The Nook!
About the location
Cockermouth 3 miles; Workington 6.1 miles; Keswick 16.3 miles
This civil parish nestles in the Borough of Allerdale in Cumbria and is split into the villages of Great Broughton and Little Broughton. Positioned some 3 miles west of Cockermouth, just north of River Derwent, which babbles through the Lake District, this quiet village is home to a post office, general store, five pubs, a hotel, as well as being on the bus route to Cockermouth. Little Broughton is made up of a collaboration of modern housing estates and traditional style houses. The market town of Cockermouth is well known as the birthplace of both William Wordsworth and Fletcher Christian. The National Trust now owns the Wordsworth Georgian family home in the centre of the town. It attracts visitors from all over the country, looking to step back in time and experience a piece of the 1770s, when Wordsworth was growing up. There is also an array of shops, pubs and eateries dotted about the town, with excellent walking opportunities right on the doorstep at Bassenthwaite Lake, Ennerdale Water and Derwent Water. Along the west coast of Cumbria, at mouth of the River Derwent, is the port town of Workington, offering further shops, bars and two theatres. Curwen Hall is an imposing ruin with an interesting history; it was used to shelter Mary Queen of Scots on her last flight to Scotland before her execution. In less than half an hour’s drive, is the Solway Firth and its designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and to the east are the Lakeland Hills waiting to be explored. Keswick boasts a thriving town centre with many more shops to choose from, as well as miniature golf, the famous Theatre by the Lake, the Pencil Museum, fishing and mountain biking opportunities. There is plenty to do in and around this pleasant location, offering a holiday to remember!