4.1★ Good Tourist Board rating Tourist Board ratings icon Tourist Board ratings icon Tourist Board ratings icon Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Pets Yes Show on map Features Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 12 Customer Reviews "A beautiful cottage which was clean and comfortable and in a perfect location." The cottage had everything we needed and is situated within a short walk to shops and restaurants and absolutely perfect for Easdale Tarn and Helm Crag walks. We had an amazing week here and will be booking again for next Spring. Highly recommend this cottage. Thankyou for a beautiful week. Reviewed by JenniferApr 2022 "Everything we needed for our stay was provided, warmth and comfort after each day's walking." Reviewed by SallyOct 2021 "The only drawback in our opinion was the extremely tight turning into and out of the property on a single track road." Else a lovely cottage and location. Reviewed by KevinSep 2021 "Thought decor needed some updating." The double bed mattress was very uncomfortable and lumpy. More information about local area, maps, walks, places to eat would be useful. Some Board games and books you often find in holiday cottages too Reviewed by HelenAug 2021 "We found the cottage pleasant and largely as expected, however agree with previous comments that there is so much potential ie some updating and maintenance would be very welcome (starting with the electric shower which alternates between scalding hot and freezing cold when used on the 'high' setting and the bedroom door to the twin room which has a broken latch and needs to be propped shut with a bag." ) The kitchen towels supplied in place of proper oven gloves are also inadequate. Although not within control of the cottage, the building works on the affordable housing development opposite were also quite noisy during our stay, although I realise this will depend on the construction phase at the time. Thank you for your feedback Mrs Mcauliffe. We appreciate the time taken to send your observations which we have now discussed with the owner. They have taken on board all the points you have raised. As they weren't aware of any problems during your stay unfortunately they couldn't help/resolve any issues. The building work which is located further down the road from the cottage hasn't effected any other guests and we can only apologise if you experienced any noise during your stay. Thank you once again for your feedback and we do hope to see you again in the future. Property Owner Reviewed by JaneAug 2021 "Original booking was cancelled about 6 weeks after paying a deposit." This should not be allowed. Then had to book this cottage which we had previously stayed in as it was the only one available in our price range for the dates we had available. Nothing was offered in return for the disappointment or the hassle we received. Reviewed by NeilJul 2021 "A nice old cottage, end terrace, very well located 1/2 mile from Grasmere town centre." Clean and tidy. The only disappointment is the kitchen which is small and has no work surfaces, just a large dresser and small table which comfortably fits two, four at a squeeze. (There's room to extend or at least replace with a fitted kitchen - so much potential!). The other rooms are a good size, including the bedrooms, lounge and an especially large bathroom. The outside table is at the end of the parking area, but this was ok. Thank you for your feedback Ms Owen. We thank you for your observations. The property is a small traditional Lakeland cottage and the owner has taken onboard your comments. Improvements are due to be made with new windows to be fitted at the back end of the year. Thank you once again for your feedback Property Owner Reviewed by NickyJul 2021 "There were only two of us and we used this cottage as a place to sleep, joining other family members at another property for meals and socialising." Although there were four beds I would not like to have been there with any more people, the kitchen is very small and the garden more of a car park. Having said that it was clean and very well presented, we will not however be returning. We thank you for your observations Mrs Harrison. We hope you had a lovely time with your family. Thank you once again for your feedback Property Owner Reviewed by JoyJun 2021 "Charming and unpretentious cottage, photos don't do it justice." Nothing flash, just really nice. Exceptional location, away from the crowds of Grasmere, but an easy walk to the Co-op. Farm up the road sells fresh hen and duck eggs. Lots of fells right on the doorstep, many more just a short drive away. Thank you for your feedback Mrs Jaques. We are pleased you enjoyed your stay at Roundhill Cottage and made the most of the lovely fell walks from the cottage. Thank you once again for your kind comments Property Owner Reviewed by EleanorMay 2021 "Small but clean and tidy cottage with good facilities." Perfect for two people and will definitely return We appreciate your time in sending your thoughts and we hope to see you again in the near future Property Owner Reviewed by NigelMay 2021 "The cottage is in an excellent quiet location, yet convenient for the village and local walks." It has everything needed for a holiday and provides a comfortable base in the heart of the Lakes. Thank you for your kind comments, we are pleased you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you again in the future Property Owner Reviewed by FrancisMay 2021 "Brilliant location fantastic views could not ask for anything more" We are so pleased you had a lovely holiday. Thank you for sending your feedback Property Owner Reviewed by BrianApr 2021 Show more This property is part of the Lakelovers collection. We have properties to suit every occasion throughout the southern and central Lake District including; Ambleside Cottages, Bowness Cottages, Coniston Cottages, Grasmere Cottages, Hawkshead Cottages, Lakeside Cottages, Langdale Cottages, Troutbeck Cottages, Ulswater Cottages, Windermere Cottages and smaller hamlets between, which although seldom heard of are none the less equally wonderful. With hundreds of properties available, all of which are inspected and graded by the English Tourism Council, Lakelovers are sure to have a property to meet your needs. Summary Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin Kitchen with dining area Sitting room with electric fire. Electric night storage heating with electric fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Patio with bench Outhouse to store bikes or kayaks Off road parking for 2 cars One dog welcome Sorry, no smoking Pub 11 min walk Shop 12 min walk Note: No infants accepted at this property The property "This pretty retreat is found on the country lane leading from Grasmere village to Easedale Tarn, watched over by Helm Crag's famous 'Lion & Lamb' and enjoying fabulous views in every direction. A homely, traditional atmosphere awaits as you enter to the rear of the cottage into the well-equipped traditional kitchen/dining room with Westmorland slate floor and views over the garden to the Grasmere Valley. Cosy lounge with an electric stove set in Lakeland slate fireplace, and views towards Helm Crag and the surrounding fells. Upstairs to the double bedroom and twin bedroom, with fell and woodland views. Large house bathroom with shower over bath. Rear parking for two cars and is also enclosed. There is a bench on the patio which looks over the Grasmere Valley and a lockable outhouse ideal to store bikes or kayaks. Grasmere is a historic village at the very heart of the Lakes, west of Ambleside and north of Coniston and Hawkshead. The village centre has a number of useful shops, market, tea rooms and a select few very good restaurants - including the Jumble Room which has been listed in the BBC Good Food Guide. The famous poet William Wordsworth lived in Grasmere while writing some of his most famous poetry. His former home can be visited at Dove Cottage & the Wordsworth Museum, and his family grave is one of the most visited literary shrines in the world. Although hugely popular with tourists and walkers, Grasmere remains a relaxed village location with a real air of history. In the village you can explore the legacy of artists who've been inspired by the landscapes around the village - of particular note is the Heaton Cooper Studio. A holiday cottage in Grasmere provides easy access to no end of fabulous Lake District walks. Try the route up to Easedale Tarn in the fells above the village, visit the shores of nearby Rydal Water, or take on Fairfield, Silver How or Loughrigg to name but a few! " Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200. View on map About the location GRASMERE Ambleside 5 miles; Windermere 9 miles; Keswick 13 miles. Situated in the heart of the Lake District National Park is the lovely village of Grasmere, probably best known as the home of William Wordsworth, a place he once described as "The most loveliest spot that man hath found". Any visit to Grasmere needs to include The Grasmere Gingerbread shop, where the Wilson family have been making gingerbread for over 60 years. Also in the village are a number of shops, pubs, a church which dates back to the 13th century and Grasmere Lake, plus Grasmere Sports takes place every August, where you can watch participants compete in a variety of sports, including Cumberland Wrestling. Just five miles away is the town of Ambleside and Lake Winderemere where you will find shops, pubs, restaurants and the 17th century Bridge House, which is one of the most photographed buildings in the Lake District. Cruises, boat trips and watersports can all be enjoyed on Lake Windermere and the towns of Windermere and Keswick are also within driving distance. Grasmere is a wonderful base for your Lake District retreat. View more holiday cottages in Grasmere Region Information Lake District Holiday Cottages only one pet.