A traditional terraced Lake District cottage on the edge of the pretty village of Penruddock, just four miles from the magnificent Ullswater.
This charming cottage provides warm and welcoming accommodation, boasting a spacious sitting room, a dining area with cosy woodburning stove, a spacious mature cottage garden and two delightful bedrooms, each with magnificent views of the Northern Fells including Mell, Blencathra and Carrock.
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the wonderful cottage garden, take a pleasant relaxing stroll on the many footpaths throughout the area or a short easy walk across the field to the nearby 18th century Herdwick Inn with its selection of real ales, renowned restaurant, dog friendly bar and its convenience store.
The cottage is just four miles from Ullswater and is ideally placed to explore, enjoy and relax in the lakes with its amazing scenery and lake cruises on the steamers that run between Glenridding, Howtown and Pooley Bridge.
The famous, well photographed Aira Force waterfalls in the ancient woodlands on the banks of Ullswater are well worth a visit.
Enjoy a day in Keswick with the wonderful Derwentwater and its lake cruises or you may prefer to take a small boat out.
Keswick also has a good range of restaurants and pubs and holds a market on every Thursday and Saturday.
A lovely cottage and an ideal romantic retreat.
Penruddock itself is ideally-placed for exploring the Lakes and surrounding areas, including fell walking, fishing, golf and photography, not to mention simply taking in the stunning scenery of the National Park and beyond.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove. Front porch.
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.