For a Lakeland getaway that will suit every generation, Wastwater Cottage offers bags of period charm and character with high end, contemporary style.
With a wealth of period features including local stonework and exposed beams, this delightful cottage is part of an exclusive development of Grade II listed cottages tucked away in the tranquil and stunning scenery of the Western Lakes.
The generously sized accommodation and two ground floor bedrooms at Wastwater Cottage make it ideal for a large family gathering at any time of year.
Walk into the stunning thirty-foot lounge at Wastwater Cottage and it's the definition of the wow factor.
Beautifully furnished, with exposed beams, a high ceiling, feature fireplace and lovely squashy sofas, this is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the stunning views.
There's also an antique baby grand piano and a country style dining area that leads through into a fully equipped country kitchen.
There are two double bedrooms on the ground floor, one with a king size bed and a fabulous en-suite wet room and a second king size double with access to a family shower room, which are ideal for visitors with reduced mobility.
Upstairs there's a twin bedroom with lovely exposed stonework and beams and a single bedroom with a full size pull out captain's bed, a cot and its own en-suite bathroom.
The exterior of Wastwater Cottage is every bit as stunning as the interior, with simply breathtaking views over the Eskdale Valley and some of the highest peaks in the Cumbrian mountains.
You'll enjoy shared use of the paddock with garden furniture and those awe-inspiring fell views - the ideal place to relax and recharge your batteries in one of the loveliest places in the Lake District.
There's also off road parking for 2 cars.
The Eskdale Cottages are nestled into the beautiful countryside around the Packhorse Bridge, a 17th Century landmark in the village of Boot.
Just 150 yards away from Wastwater Cottage there are two friendly inns serving local ales and food, and a small shop serves the village during the summer months.
A little further away is the UK's oldest working mill, Boot Mill, while for the more adventurous Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain, is just a short walk away.
Wastwater and the stunning sandy beaches of the Solway coast are just a short drive away.
Take a trip over the stunning Hard Knott Pass to Grasmere, famous for its gingerbread, and don't miss a ride on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway for its spellbinding views.
Eskdale Golf Course will prove a pleasant challenge for the golfers while the outstanding gardens at Muncaster Castle will delight keen gardeners.
Take a picnic to the beach or spend a day trip to the family attractions at Ambleside and Lake Windermere, where a trip on the steamer is not to be missed.
With so much to see and explore in this captivating part of the world, Wastwater Cottage is the perfect holiday home for a multi-generational getaway or to celebrate a special occasion, whatever the time of year.