A superb semi-detached cottage located in the old mill village of Cark in Cartmel, two miles from the priory village of Cartmel, and eight miles from the tip of Lake Windermere, with spacious accommodation over three floors.
With quality presentation throughout, guests will find three double bedrooms, including a ground floor bedroom with doors leading to a second sitting room with a sofa bed, which can be used as a fourth bedroom if required.
A spacious open plan living area is located on the second floor with a feature vaulted ceiling, woodburning stove and a balcony.
Outside, there is a delightful lawned garden which is situated alongside the River Eea and just outside the front door is a small patio area.
This Cark in Cartmel cottage is within a very short stroll from both of the two pubs and the village store and is ideally placed to explore this charming part of Cumbria.
Being on the edge of the Lake District National Park, the beautiful mountains and lakes are less than 40 minutes’ drive away.
The splendid Holker Hall and Gardens are within walking distance and younger guests will be delighted to travel on the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway and get to meet a real Thomas the Tank Engine, just a short drive away.
Of course, at the end of the day, you can return to this charming cottage in Cark in Cartmel and enjoy a cosy evening in front of the woodburning stove.
About the location
CARK IN CARTMEL
Cartmel 2 miles; Bowness on Windermere 16 miles.
Cark in Cartmel is a small Lakeland village just two miles from Cartmel, one of the prettiest villages in the Lake District. Cark is well served by the Furness line railway, and features pretty streamside strolls, lovely walks to the local coastline overlooking Morecambe Bay, two fine traditional old pubs and a scattering of small shops. It is a very short stroll from here to Holker Hall, the stately home of Lord Cavendish, whose house, gardens and deer park are open to the public and also now home to a licensed brasserie The Ilex. Take advantage of excellent walking opportunities amidst beautiful unspoilt countryside or visit The National Hunt Racecourse, the Campbell Legend Bluebird Exhibition and the Lakeland Motor Museum, all close by. Nearby Cartmel offers quaint cobbled streets littered with antique shops, charming gift shops, welcoming traditional pubs serving real ales, and the nationally acclaimed Michelin Star awarded L'Enclume restaurant. The quiet seaside retreat of Grange-over-Sands, with its Edwardian buildings, mountain backdrop, fabulous sea views, promenade and two golf courses is four miles away. Windermere, with its panoramic views over England's longest lake, is within a fifteen minute drive. A superb holiday destination at any time of year.