Nestled in the heart of the bustling market town of Kendal, surrounded by the picturesque rolling countryside of the Lake District National Park, is this superb cottage, this is an old weavers cottage from the 1820s and still retains the washing lines used historically for drying fabric and that the cottage has Lovely views of St George's Church and Gooseholme Park, conveniently located for the centre of town and 2 mins walk to the station.
Internally, the property has been renovated into a stylish and contemporary holiday home for friends and families looking to explore this wonderful base.
Discover a spacious open-plan living room with plenty of seating to relax and unwind into the evening with the warming electric fire to keep you warm during the chillier months.
Gather at the dining table to enjoy a lovingly prepared home-cooked meal with your loved ones.
The kitchen is amply-equipped for cooking up a delicious evening meal, or simply a hearty breakfast before planning the day's events using the lovely aga cooker.
Resting on the first floor is a spacious super-king-size bedroom with zip and link features, able to accommodate all types of guests wishing to stay here, whilst the second floor has a further king-size master bedroom, boasting delightful views.
Delight in the family shower room with its deluxe fixtures and fittings so you can enjoy a warm soak at the end of a tiring day.
You'll also been able to enjoy the sunset from the front garden in the evening.
Kendal is a bustling market town which offers a selection of eateries serving fine food and real ale, as well as a choice of independent shops and supermarkets for all of your amenities, you are also located a 2 minute walk from Kendal station which makes this idea for leaving the car at home.
Visit the wonderful Kendal Golf Club, where even the amateurs and seasoned professionals can enjoy themselves on this picturesque course, available all-year-round.
You are situated just outside of one of the most beautiful regions in the whole of England, the Lake District National Park.
Abbot Hall Art Gallery dates back to the 18th century and holds 300 years worth of beautiful landscape paintings, well-worth a visit.
For a spot of history, visit the medieval ruins of Kendal Castle, once owned by the Parr family in the 15th century.
Discover the nearby nature reserve of Cumbria Wildlife Trust, with plenty of country trails for exploring and a plethora of wildlife to spot along the way, something both adults and children will delight in.
Further afield discover the wonderful Lake Windermere for some watersporting activities and the famous Dove Cottage and Wordsworth Museum to discover how the famous poet William Wordsworth once lived.
Return to 10 Castle Crescent for a relaxing evening with your loved ones in front of the warming electric fire.