This refurbished farmhouse is one of seven luxury conversions in the tiny village of Boot.
The Farmhouse is a Grade II listed property offering luxury accommodation while retaining features such as flagstone floors and beamed ceilings, making it a wonderful choice for a large family or group of friends exploring the west of the Lake District.
On the ground floor the property combines a cosy farmhouse feel with the ultimate in luxury.
The sitting area has original beamed ceilings, a stunning Queen Mary Court cupboard, oak panelling and centres around its wood burning stove.
The neighbouring dining room carries a regal feel with its plush furnishings.
The traditional kitchen continues the theme with the perfect blend of farmhouse kitchen feel and high end fittings.
Four comfortable bedrooms await upstairs.
The en-suite master houses a king size bed, as does the additional double, with the accommodation completed with two comfortable twin rooms.
The interior is the ultimate in indulgence, but if you want to spend some time outdoors there is furniture to relax on in a private walled garden.
Boot is a charming village and is home to two pubs, and if you arrive during the summer season a shop is also available, all within 150 yards of the home.
Venturing further from Boot, multiple activities are available for the active, with Scafell Pike walks from the village.
If you’d rather take in the Scafell range at a more leisurely pace, perhaps jump on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, journeying through seven miles of the finest scenery in the valley.
Providing a perfect balance of country charm and opulent indulgence, this 500 year old property offers an incredible luxury base for your holiday in the western reaches of the Lake District.
Four bedrooms: 2 x doubles with king size beds, one of them en-suite with bath, shower over, basin and WC, 2 x twin. Family bathroom with freestanding bath, shower cubicle, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility room. Dining room. Sitting room.
About the location
Coniston 10 miles.
The small village of Eskdale Green sits amongst beautiful Lakeland countryside and consists of a scattering of cottages, some farm dwellings and a number of outstanding traditional English pubs serving good food. An area relatively unknown to many Lakeland visitors, this great location boasts a skyline dominated by the towering peaks of Scafell - England's highest peak, as well as Great Gable, Hard Knott, Harter Fell and Muncaster Fell, whilst the nearby stunning valleys of Eskdale, Wasdale, Ennerdale and Dunnerdale provide breathtaking and ever-changing scenery to be enjoyed throughout the year. The valley is notable as being one of few major valleys in the Lake District not to have its own lake, although several tarns are perched above the valley sides. Local attractions include Muncaster Castle, the World Owl Centre and the Ravenglass to Eskdale miniature railway, one of the most beautiful train journeys imaginable. With both beautiful Wastwater - the deepest lake in the country and St Olaf's - the smallest church, amongst the many well known landmarks in this awe inspiring and beautiful area also within easy reach, this stunning location will have visitors returning time and time again.