Dale House is a semi-detached early Victorian house resting in High Lorton, a quaint Lakeland village surrounded by spellbinding scenery from glistening lakes and magnificent mountain views to pretty Lakeland towns.
Retaining many original features, including stained glass, a characterful open fire and Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, this retreat is a charming base for families or travellers.
The lounge oozes comfort and tradition, with books and collectables on display, creating somewhere pleasant to relax morning through to evening.
Join the whole family for some quality time in the dining area, equally as impressive, with seating for eight people, a woodburning stove, and a piano to really set the scene.
The kitchen brings a fresh feel to the cottage, with whitewashed units and a country overtone, neighboured by an equipped utility area.
The next floor is a characterful haven, offering three different room styles, each boasting their own personality, with access to the modernised family bathroom.
After a peaceful night's sleep, why not enjoy a moment or two on the delightful sunny patio, or tour the village, from which to explore the quiet and less frequented Vale of Lorton which includes Buttermere, Loweswater and Crummock.
Also, Keswick is only 7 miles away.
There is an abundance of walking opportunities directly from the door and close by Whinlatter Forest is home to a whole host of activities including Go-Ape tree top adventure on the Whinlatter Pass, mountain biking and orienteering to name just a few.
There is no wonder that once discovered, holidaymakers choose to return to the area year after year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Dining room with woodburner. Sitting room with open fire.