This fresh detached house lies in the delightful Cumbrian village of Arnside.
The stylish interior and superb location of 41 Redhills Road make it an excellent base for a holiday with family and friends.
There are plenty of places to relax and unwind in this cottage, whether it be the spacious, alluring sitting room with its Freeview TV and woodburning stove, or the smaller and more peaceful snug room with its charming gas living flame fire to keep you warm whilst you read a book or listen to your music.
The roomy kitchen/diner provides you with everything you need including a fabulous range cooker and a woodburning stove.
Head upstairs to discover the four wonderful bedrooms that come with the property, immaculately decorated with homely features to provide the ideal spot to get your rest to set you up for a day of exploring.
Let the children and pets run and play on the delightful lawn area whilst you watch on with your morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
Arnside is an excellent base for your holiday, with a pleasant selection of amenities along with fantastic access to the Lake District and all that it has to offer.
For fun-packed days out, head to Kendal and Bowness, both offering something for everybody from shopping the quaint high streets to trying your hand at some extreme watersports, you will never get bored!
You can also embark on many walking and cycling adventures nearby, or even a trip to the beach may take your fancy.
Redhills Barn is a lovingly furnished cottage in a fabulous location for a break at any time of year.
Four bedrooms: 2 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x single with pull-out bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and woodburning stove. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Snug with gas fire.
Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £150.
About the location
Kendal 10 miles; Windermere 17 miles.
Arnside is situated on the southernmost tip of the Lake District in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where low limestone hills, marshy plains and deciduous woodlands characterise the surrounding land. This former fishing port has retained many of the features from its past. The beautiful pier and port areas of the village offer stunning views across the Kent Estuary, as well as providing an enduring reminder of Arnside's illustrious history. To the south of the village are the 15th century Peel Towers, which were constructed to defend against the marauding Scots. The local surrounding area is a nature lover's paradise with stunning limestone pavements and wonderful woodland walks through countryside alive with rare plants, trees and wildlife. The internationally renowned Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve is also just one mile away. Guided walks across the Kent Estuary are available, showing the full splendour of the shore and surrounding area. Within easy touring distance are the Lake District and Lune Valley, the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland.