Situated in the lovely hamlet of Cartmel Fell, Cumbria, this semi-detached cottage offers magnificent views across the woodland and surrounding countryside.
Greenthorn is a cosy, rural retreat, ideal for families with older children and friends getting together looking for a secluded break.
Internally, the property has been renovated to a contemporary holiday home, while still retaining its period charm.
This includes the original stone walls, exposed beams and snug open fire.
The spacious lounge area boasts two cosy sofas and armchairs, the perfect spot to curl up in front of the TV or with a good book.
Venture into the open-plan kitchen and dining area with seating for six people.
Gather round for a quick breakfast before heading out to discover all the local tourist attractions.
The kitchen has a lovely set of fitted white units and wooden worktops, with all the appliances you could need to cook up a storm for the family.
Upstairs are three bedrooms: one king-size with an en-suite bathroom, one double and one twin.
The master bedroom boasts a lovely balcony area with seating, for parents to enjoy the peace and quiet, with views across the woodland.
Outside is a rear patio area with furniture, the perfect place to sit out of a morning with a cup of tea and enjoy the rural views.
Off-road parking is available for four cars.
Local attractions include Fell Foot Park, the perfect day trip for families or head to one of the local Iconic pubs, the Masons Arms on Strawberry Bank, just a 6 minute walk away, serving excellent food.
Your little ones can run around and play, while you enjoy the breath-taking views .
Often, festivals are held in the park too, so there will be plenty of things for you to sink your teeth into.
Greenthorn is the ultimate location for friends and families to relax and unwind.
About the location
Newby Bridge 4.8; Grange-over-Sands 8.2 miles.
Cartmel Fell is a hamlet and a civil parish in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, England.
The village of Cartmel and Cartmel Priory lie in Lower Allithwaite, to the south: Cartmel Fell church is about seven miles north of Cartmel Priory.
Wherever you choose to stay you will discover a selection of attractions to visit nearby.
And for the adventurous, the outdoor activity in the Windermere area boasts almost every imaginable opportunity.
Bowness-on-Windermere rests on the east shore and the busiest tourist destination in the Lake District.
Ambleside, at the northern tip of the lake, is also very popular with visitors.
Newby Bridge at the south end of the lake is slightly less well known and therefore a little quieter.
It is connected to the lake cruises route via a short journey on the steam railway.
Other notable visitor locations around Windermere are the wonderful Coniston, Rydal and Grasmerevillages.
Hawkshead, Sawrey and Troutbeck and the Langdales are all close by..
Note: No children under 5 years