Low Garth Cottage is located within the village of Penruddock, situated within the heart of the stunning Lake District National Park.
An ideal location to access two of the region's amazing attractions, Ullswater and Keswick, this beautiful location offers a number of unmissable gems, including the stunning Low Garth Cottage.
This stunning accommodation is fully equipped to meet all your needs.
The combined dining and living area boasts original feature beams, as well as a cosy coal fire, TV and DVD player to curl up in front of with a loved one after an exciting day sightseeing.
There's two bedrooms, one double and one twin, both with en-suite bathrooms.
If you don’t feel like heading to one of the plentiful pubs and surrounding restaurants, rustle up some home cooked cuisine in a kitchen equipped with electric cooker, fridge, freezer and microwave, and enjoy it in the cottage's conservatory, which overlooks the garden and stunning rural scenes beyond.
Hidden at the end of its own private 200 yard lane, this former farm cottage is ideal for both families seeking adventure, and couples looking for a quiet getaway.
The area is famous for its ample abundance of stunning wildlife, including birds and animals who regularly visit the garden of Low Garth Cottage, as well as sights and experiences.
Head to nearby Greystoke for a dip in the outdoor pool, a stroll around the stunning castle walls, or a pint of local ale in the pub.
Or go to local Ullswater, or Eden Valley, for beautiful country walks and sights.
Fancy a night away from cooking?
Make the five minute walk to the village pub, or make a day of it by cycling or walking to one of the local villages.
About the location
Keswick 11 miles; Penrith 6 miles.
The charming old village of Penruddock sits in a secluded position in the northern Lake District between Keswick and Penrith, and just four miles from Ullswater. The village is spread out amongst beautiful rolling countryside and wonderful scenery and is made up of a number of farm dwellings, traditional Lakeland homes and two churches. Penruddock originated in Celtic times, with the name derived from Pen, a Celtic name for 'hill' and 'rhuddawc' meaning red in Welsh to reflect the reddish brown colour of the soil found in the area. Nearby, the popular town of Keswick is the holiday centre of the north of the Lake District and has plenty to offer, boasting numerous shops and restaurants to suit all tastes, as well as offering miniature golf, some good parks, the Theatre by the Lake, a charming cinema and the beautiful lake. Penruddock provides easy access to the spectacular surrounding Cumbrian countryside which can be explored by both car and on foot, and with the southern Lakes, Eden Valley, Solway Coast and Hadrian's Wall all within easy motoring distance this great location has plenty to see and do for all the family.