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2 Park Nook Close

(Ref. 977537)

Waberthwaite, Cumbria & The Lake District Show on map

3.8

Sykes rating

  • 4 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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56 Customer Reviews

  • "The owner of this place needs to spend a couple of days staying in this place to imagine it from a guest point of view."

    No instructions about any of the facilities such as how the boiler worked or the arrangements for heating and hot water, Wi-Fi etc were immediately apparent. We eventually found rudimentary information scrawled on a piece of paper in the tv cabinet and only later in the stay found a printed sheet amongst the leaflets about the area. The kitchen equipment, pans etc were old and scratched making them practically unusable and the oven was dirty and filled the room with smoke when switched on, at one point it set the smoke alarm off and made everything smell of grease. The boiler was house behind a cover which was simply taped to the adjoining cupboard. The windows downstairs were filthy, pity because the view towards the sea was lovely. The downstairs toilet was wobbly and leaked all over the floor. The property description states Wi-Fi is included but we couldn’t connect at all during our stay. Outside the front in the building adjoining (the pub?) a window was smashed and there was glass all over the pavement and the main entrance round the back was unkempt and unwelcoming. Sykes Cottages the photos on your website listing bear no actual resemblance to the reality. You need to go and inspect the place and revise your listing. Unfortunately for me I only looked at the most recent reviews, if you read a few more you get the true picture. The whole experience would put me off booking with Sykes again.

    Reviewed by Andrew1.9Feb 2024

  • "Overall, the cottage was fantastic and we will definitely be returning."

    Spacious, clean, warm, comfortable and well equipped. There are even cleaning products provided. The boiler and cooker were a little confusing at first, but the owner has left all of the manuals for the appliances on top of the washing machine. The property is on a main road but we didn’t think it was excessively noisy. The bed and pillows were a bit firm for our liking, but that is personal taste. Next time we’ll be taking our own pillows. What impressed us the most was the standard of cleanliness, we know this property allows dogs but you would never guess if you didn’t know - no doggy smells and not a single hair seen during our stay. The downstairs loo is a bit wobbly and has a small leak and the frying pans have seen better days - I left a note for the housekeeper so the owner should be made aware. This is a lovely property, well worth a visit.

    Reviewed by Elaine4.4Feb 2024

  • "Had a fabulous time, the cottage was extremely clean, one of the cleanest I’ve stayed in."

    The weather was awful so spent a lot of time in the cottage, greyhounds don’t like the cold! We totally chilled, books, jigsaw and board games provided. Beds were really comfortable and there was plenty of suitable space for wet coats and boots. However, back door lock needs looking at, instructions regarding switching on the boiler need updating and info on which bin is for the cottage would help. An outside light on the front of the cottage would be helpful as it was pitch black when we left the pub next door. The pub was welcoming and the food was great. Would book again.

    Reviewed by Alma4.4Dec 2023

  • "This is the first time that I have come across a self-basting oven, it had so much grease and oil inside that you do not need to bring cooking oil with you."

    The boiler cover was simply taped on and constantly fell off, it would be easy for a small child or a pet to gain access and either burn themselves or get electrocuted. Stay here at your own risk.

    Reviewed by Paul1.9Oct 2023

  • "Awful place."

    The lovely photos in the advert are not the reality ! The place had an unpleasant odour, it was dirty, of poor repair and a flag stone away from a very busy, noisy road. We booked for 3 nights, however only stayed 2 and that was out of necessity due to sheer perseverance of making the most of a bad situation and not wanting to waste time off work. I've escalated my complaint to Sykes and sent photos (pity I can't upload them on to this review) however, I'm now 12 days waiting and still no response from the owners or Sykes regarding a refund. Sykes complaint process is a joke ! ***Don't waste your hard earned money***

    Reviewed by Nichola1.3Jul 2023

  • "On arrival we discovered there was no hot water and this was not rectified."

    Someone or something had urinated in one of the beds. The cooker was awful, the oven was thick with grease -disgusting! No garden, just a shared parking area with a bench seat. We got so fed up we left early.

    Reviewed by Barbara1.3Jul 2023

  • "We had no hot water all week, due to boiler malfunction."

    The pub next door, did not want to get involved, although they were aware of the problem. Neither did they want to give me the owners phone no. So we had to contact Sykes. This in itself was a feat of ingenuity, as there was no mobile signal. The problem was not fixed despite 2 visits by the owner. The cover to the boiler was loose and in my mind presented a serious safety hazard. The instructions for the smart tv were inadequate and it took us all week to work it out. Some of the crockery had not been properly cleaned. The bathroom plug was was inoperable and the toilet seat needed some attention. We could not report any of this because we did not have the owners no. and the main prority was the boiler.

    Reviewed by John2.8Jul 2023

  • "Ok pretty clean property but a few problems which are quite big We had no hot water for 8 nights and have been having fast cold showers which is not acceptable when paying for property's Also outnof all windows in the property only one in the bedroom opens so the property gets extremely hot and stuffy There isn't a shared garden it is a car park for the cars so when letting the dogs out for a pee (we have a 12 year old dog with a problem where he needs to go out regulary) it's very very difficult."

    The actual area we have stayed in a few times and the area is lovely but the stay in the house wasn't great at all I'm afraid

    Reviewed by Brian2.8Jun 2023

  • "We had a lovely holiday and the views out the upstairs windows are lovely."

    Overlooking the cows grazing at the back and a farm + slight sea view at the front. Outside the property needs some TLC, where the bins are kept is very messy (I know it's a bin store but it should be kept tidy & clean). Everything just needed some updating and taking care of. The kitchen didn't have much storage and we felt the whole property could have made much better use of the space it has. Things seem to have been done cheaply/quick fixes. The main concern we had was the shower. The shower curtain wasn't fit for use, our 1st day after having our showers we went back downstairs to find that the water had run down through the ceiling into the kitchen. HUGE safety concern as the water was running into the sockets! For the rest of our stay we had to sit in the bath and use the shower that way. We couldn't have a bath as no option to switch the tap (unless we missed something). This mustn't be the 1st time it's happened as there was a damp patch on the ceiling. The property is also extremely warm! Unfortunately for us we only found the fans on our last day and we had turned the heating off on the 1st day. Not that it's a big issue for us but there wasn't a DVD player as listed. The basket with magazines/leaflets is very out of date, some up to date information on the area would have been good. A little welcome pack would have been a nice touch. There wasn't many basic essentials in the kitchen either, no washing up sponge, tea towel etc but luckily I had taken these with us. Also no hand soap. The pictures need updating too as we don't feel they give a true representation of how the property looks. This could be such a lovely place with upgrades and given the TLC is so desperately needs.

    Reviewed by Lauren1.9May 2023

  • "The advert stated there was a DVD player."

    Unfortunately there wasn’t one provided. The property was really warm even though the central heating never came on, bonus. The property overall it’s a great property and we would definitely stay again.

    Reviewed by Shaun4.7Oct 2022

  • "We loved our stay, it was perfect for our 3 days away with our 2 dogs."

    Food next door in the pub was amazing, everyone was friendly. Lots of walks around the area too. We would stay again

    Reviewed by Sian5.0Oct 2022

  • "Really enjoyed our stay at no."

    2 Park Nook. Warm, comfy and clean. Thankyou and would stay again if in the Lake District.

    Reviewed by Janet4.7Sep 2022

  • "Absolutely loved our time in your beautiful little cottage."

    It was amazing. The only thing I can pull you down on was not enough coat hangers to hang clothes in wardrobes. Other than that it was perfect. X

    Reviewed by Lisa4.7Sep 2022

  • "Fantastic location for walking in the fells , cottage comfortable and practical but not luxurious and main road noisy in morning and evening but l knew this would be the case as l know the area ."

    Brown Cow inn next door very welcoming me good food.

    Reviewed by Alison3.8Sep 2022

  • "Good size and well-situated."

    Recommend the food from the pub next door. Traffic can be noisy at night. Would stay again.

    Reviewed by Nicholas4.4Aug 2022

  • "This is the second time we have been to the cottage and both times we have left ..."

    This is the second time we have been to the cottage and both times we have left happy staff and customers in the brown cow were very friendly only half hour from wastwater and the sea definitely booking again only negative was the shower could do with an upgrade but was OK to use Ps for the best Cumberland sausage Woodhall is 2 min walk away

    Reviewed by Gordon4.7Aug 2022

  • "This was disgusting."

    The beds looked like they had been slept in the main bed the mattress looked like it had just come from the tip. The quilts had crumbs over them. We refused to sleep in the beds. The bathroom was filthy and has a musty mouldy smell. The wardrobes also had the same smell. The kitchen had mould/damp in the corner and like upstairs hadn't been cleaned. The cooker and oven looked like it needed an oil change as it had that much grease on it. The TV, windows, curtains and downstairs toilet also could do with cleaning. There was cobwebs and spiders everywhere including dead spiders in the entrance. The washing up sponges where disgusting and looked years old. We left after 1 night as we couldn't use the bathroom as we felt we wouldn't get clean. Overall it felt like we were in a squat. You don't want a property like this on your portfolio and I believe we should be reimbursed. We have a video which we are considering posting and sending to trading standards.

    Reviewed by Mark1.3Aug 2022

  • "We had a lovely stay at 2 Park nook close, the cottage was clean and tidy, although the cooker glass needs a good clean."

    The main bed was comfortable but very squeaky, I think a new mattress would be in order. (we didn't use the second bedroom). As stated, the cottage is directly on a main road with some heavy traffic, but it didn't bother us too much. The pub next door did good pub grub at a reasonable price, with big portions and was very friendly. You do need a car to get around, the nearest village is Ravenglass with three pubs a shop, and heritage railway, about 5miles away. Although there is an excellent farm shop nearby. We travelled along the coast north and south, and inland to the lakes, beautiful countryside with superb views. Haverigg and Wastwater were particularly good. All in all a very good stay and would recommend.

    Reviewed by Melvyn4.1Jun 2022

  • "Property is a good location to explore the lakes."

    Beach only 20 min drive. Pub next door friendly and fun. Unfortunately some minor things were; there was no soap at all in the property, no bin bags for the bins. The curtains in the bedrooms are so thin and therefore once light unable to sleep. We also had to clean the fridge on arrival as was not clean. The beds were comfortable and bedding clean and we enjoyed our stay and would return as for the price of a 2 night stay it was as expected. Definitely go to pub next door. Many thanks

    Reviewed by Katie3.1Apr 2022

  • "Lovely warm cottage, which, from previous experience, is the most important thing!"

    Comfortable bed and good quality bedding. Could do with a few more bits in the kitchen eg fried egg spatula, peeler, knives sharpened and bowls and more storage in the smaller bedroom. The little freezer was an unexpected bonus! Unfortunately some previous guests clearly weren't very good at washing up. Settees could do with cushions for us shorties, but that's probably down to covid. However, having spent a week in another cottage which had more facilities than needed, but was always cold, the constant hot water and comfortable temperature of the cottage makes up for any shortcomings after a day of walking!

    Reviewed by Maxine3.8Apr 2022

  • "A lovely little cottage."

    Enjoyed our stay. The food in the Brown Cow was excellent. Will return.

    Reviewed by Robert5.0Jan 2022

  • "Had a fantastic stay with my partner and our friends."

    The cottage had everything needed for a lovely weekend stay including festive decorations, good cooking facilities and 2 nice bedrooms. The location of the house and the pub was fantastic and it was peaceful enough for a relax but also in good driving distance to some really pretty places around the Lake District.

    Reviewed by Lucy4.1Dec 2021

  • "Dirty dishes no t towel kitchen towel no dishcloth the sink dirty no bowl to ..."

    Dirty dishes no t towel kitchen towel no dishcloth the sink dirty no bowl to wash your dishes microwave filthy lightbulb in bedroom needs replaced toilet seat broken and water running constantly out of cistern this is only a few I will be contacting sykescottages

    Reviewed by Joan1.6Nov 2021

  • "The property was exactly as described."

    It was clean and had all the basic essentials included. The property and it fittings are a little tired but still perfectly functional and comfortable. We stayed with family who also rented number 1. The weather wasn’t kind to us for the latter parts of the week but the smart television, books and games helped to pass the time on a wet afternoon. We visited the pub next door for food one evening and the food was very tasty and reasonably priced. All in all, we had a very pleasant stay.

    Reviewed by Georgina4.1Oct 2021

  • "A fantastic and relaxing holiday in a lovely comfortable cottage."

    The food from the pub next door was great, and the fact that you could get takeaway made it so easy. The cottage had everything we needed, and the enclosed area for the dogs makes things easy. We would definitely come back.

    Reviewed by Emma5.0Oct 2021

  • "The property was not very clean, the oven was disappointing, food remnants in the bottom of the oven, the glass door was brown with baked on grime."

    High dusting had not been done in quite sometime. The cutlery draw was minus forks, this was sorted by the owner straight away, the point is basic checks are not been done. The cottage was a little tired on the inside.

    Reviewed by Ellen2.5Sep 2021

  • "Lovely well kept and clean."

    .had everything we needed apart from the are no forks (small thing though) . Traffic noise was very loud but didn't bother me to much.. Generally needed a little TLC but a very nice place I would recommend it. Would go back in the future.

    Reviewed by Amanda4.7Sep 2021

  • "Great place to stay within easy reach of all the places we like to go."

    The pub which is attached to the cottage was very welcoming very friendly locals and staff with great food 2 min walk from waberthwaite shop which sells great Cumberland sausage and bacon close the bedroom windows at night as between 6 am and 7 am fair bit of traffic going to Sellafield but absolutely loved the holiday and will be booking again

    Reviewed by Gordon4.4Aug 2021

  • "On the whole great little location ,the cottage was great for what we needed however there was alot of flys you can put this down to being near farm land ."

    However I feel they need to invest in a fly trap as this was a bit of a problem.

    Reviewed by Alexandra3.8Jul 2021

  • "There were a few minor issues with the property - handle not attached to the wardrobe cupboard in the big bedroom, fridge was not working on arrival but this was sorted when we spoke to the owner."

    The property was clean and comfortable but is situated on a busy, fast main road and, if you are a light sleeper, is not ideal. It is also fairly remote, you will have to travel to visit any sights. Having said that it is an ideal base for exploring the Lake District. The pub next door does exceptionally good food and the staff are very welcoming and friendly.

    Reviewed by Sandra4.7Jul 2021

  • "The cottage was lovely and as expected from the details provided."

    It was comfortable, clean and good size for husband and myself plus our dogs although it could easily accommodate 4 too. TV reception was good (freesat), iron and ironing board available, washing machine if required, small worktop freezer was useful. Pub next door was lovely, good food, good ale and very friendly, no noise from there at all. The road outside was fine it didn't bother us or keep us awake at night, although the speed limit is quite fast on that stretch so you are aware of the larger vehicles passing. If any improvements were to be made I would suggest the fridge needs to be colder (it was set at maximum cold temperature) as we felt we needed to add ice packs to it to keep food cold, and knives weren't very sharp made preparing food difficult. Wish I had also taken a sieve as there wasn't one there but as I didn't cook often it wasn't a big problem. In all we have another lovely week in the Lakes.

    Reviewed by Debbie5.0Jun 2021

  • "The property is on the A590 right next to fast traffic, and therefore quite noisy, so having windows open on the road elevation is not advised."

    The property is nice enough but needs a bit of an upgrade. Carpets looking worn, fridge not very cold, and also surprisingly noisy Overall its OK for the money, and it's handy for the Western lakes and coast.

    Reviewed by Peter4.1Jun 2021

  • "Great location for exploring coastal n countryside areas."

    ...very friendly and welcoming hosts at The Brown cow Pub nextdoor super food n drinks.would definitely stay in future.

    Reviewed by Tony5.0May 2021

  • "The cottage had not phone connection you have to drive down the road to make phone calls, there is no TV connection only cache up TV, the cottage was clean and lovely but cooker oven and trays need to be cleaned and there was only two saucepans one very small and one large, if you are a lite sleeper then this cottage is not for you, as its on a very busy road cars and lorries day and night."

    on the hole the cottage is a lovely and comfortable and good base. we had a lovely stay .

    Reviewed by Jennifer4.4May 2021

  • "The cottage was as described and ideally placed to explore this part of Cumbria."

    Constant hot water was a bonus as we did get wet and cold exploring the area. The road outside was busy at times, as per description, making opening a window not ideal but the fact that there where fans available if it got too warm made up for it. Food and drink from The Brown Cow excellent good value and on doorstep. Would use again if needing a base to explore from

    Reviewed by Barbara3.8Apr 2021

  • "We enjoyed our stay at the above,a good base to explore the coastal towns and western lakes."

    The property was comfortable {especially beds} but a little shabby,could do with some repainting. The road noise was intrusive at night,but we were warned that the property was on a main road. We both found the shower poor ,difficult to achieve the right temperature

    Reviewed by Michael3.1Oct 2020

  • "Nice roomy house, very warm, tidy and clean."

    Good base for visiting other areas. . Pub next door was very friendly and welcoming. No rowdy neighbours, quiet. Like the gates on the drive for security. Liked Ravenglass and the mini steam train, good pubs too

    Reviewed by Lynn3.4Sep 2020

  • "The cottage is in a great location for visiting the coast and the West Lakes, we thought it was really comfortable and had everything we needed."

    It was lovely and warm, the beds were comfy and there was plenty of room. Pub next door did fantastic food and you couldn't hear the pub from the cottage at all. Easy parking and just as advertised!

    Reviewed by Keeley4.1Sep 2020

  • "Very noisy accommodation from road outside."

    Disappointing property and thus we left early. Coupled with the noisy road which meant it difficult to sleep - there are no windows downstairs that open which made the property very hot and stuffy, no grass area outside. The property was clean, a little outdated and a has a very noisy fridge. The property would be fine for a 1 night stay but NOT suitable for a week stay. The pub next door was fantastic. Very friendly and good food.

    Reviewed by Matthew1.9Aug 2020

  • "Both beds terribly uncomfortable especially the large double."

    Otherwise a perfect little break

    Reviewed by Faye3.8Aug 2020

  • "A lovely comfortable cottage, the bed in the front room was very comfortable."

    The cottage was well equipped, great fridge, great little seperate freezer. (need ice tray cubes though) The only problem was the smell of foist from the downstairs toilet. Very bad. But it didnt deter from the cottage. The pub being right next door was great, very friendly, a great pint. The food was incredible. Lots of walks right on the doorstep. A short drive into Cockermouth for the day. Would stay again and reccommend to friends who like walking.

    Reviewed by Stephanie4.4Aug 2020

  • "Exceeded expectations in that the chef from the pub next door actually brought our meal over to the cottage for us and our steaks were excellent."

    He also connected our Wi-Fi for us and was altogether very helpful. Heating in cottage was very good and cosy. No noise from pub either . Many thanks

    Reviewed by Hilell4.7Mar 2020

  • "Cottage was a good base for exploring."

    Reviewed by Gillian3.8Feb 2020

  • "Sadly the weather was against us but also there are no safe or easy paths to explore which was really disappointing considering that's what we were really looking for."

    But to be fair the weather didn't help with plenty of rain. To explore the area safely we would need to drive. The railway was OK but again it was very wet and windy. The scenery is spectacular and in good weather it would be much more conducive to explore and find different walks.

    Reviewed by Rick5.0Feb 2020

  • "We had a fantastic week away, location is amazing, also the dogs were very happy"

    Reviewed by Rebecca5.0Feb 2020

  • "Lovely cottage, perfect holiday retreat."

    Reviewed by Tanya3.8Jan 2020

  • "Perfect and very well equipped cottage."

    I could only see one thing that was missing and that was a hairdryer.

    Reviewed by Yvonne5.0Dec 2019

  • "Lovely cottage with good facilities"

    Reviewed by Abdullah4.4Nov 2019

  • "The cottage was warm and cosy but there were little touches missing."

    For example I couldn't get hot water on the first night and there were no instructions for how to operate the boiler. I had to open it and figure it out. Likewise the hob and cooker had no instructions and the switch for the cooker was hidden behind the microwave. A little info booklet would be a welcome addition I think just telling you where to find things and how to operate them. Also finishing niceties like additional hand towels for the bathrooms. We ended up using the ones supplied but if we'd had 4 adults as the cottage can support we wouldn't have had spare towels to use. Otherwise the cottage is comfortable and well furnished. The main road at the front is busy and a national speed limit so if you're bringing dogs or young children make sure the drive gates are secure before letting them out but it's a good base for exploring the area

    Reviewed by Jennifer3.4Sep 2019

  • "The cottage was lovely, it was clean and tidy, very comfortable and within reasonable reach of most attractions."

    The pub next door, The Brown Cow had a very warm and friendly atmosphere and very nice people from the area. With very good food too. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at 2 park nook and I would recommend this to any small family. Absolutely delightful

    Reviewed by Steve5.0Aug 2019

  • "Cottage is in a good location for exploring western lakes and beaches."

    Bed sheets were dirty on arrival / marks and hairs on them. Lots of flies and wasps. Parking can be tricky if people are staying next door. No garden to speak of. Wasn’t terrible but wouldn’t stay here again. Busy main road right outside front door. Disappointed but it was just a base as we were out on the hills all day.

    Reviewed by Steven2.2Jul 2019

  • "Very , very well equipped , an ideal position to explore the lake district (as we did) , we are not of the keep fit brigade so using are car we found castles (muncaster) and railways (ravenglass) to enjoy."

    next door was a very good pub (no noise ) but excellent food which we enjoy tremendously . every one very friendly , which made our stay a rememberable week. we have ticked the lake district off our wish list for the near future but if we decide to return we have saved the cottage particulars, being so impressed . thank you from Roy and Lynn

    Reviewed by Frederick5.0Jun 2019

  • "We had a fabulous week at this cosy, comfortable well equipped cottage."

    Although slightly isolated with regard to local shops many of the places of interest are not far away. Muncaster Castle and the Ravensglass and Eskdale railway are very close by. The cottage is attached to the Brown Cow pub. Here you can unwind with a real ale and enjoy some very good homemade meals with friendly hosts. Our dogs were exhausted after lots of lovely walks. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by Christina5.0May 2019

  • "Fantastic area for touring the Lakes."

    Park Nook lovely sunny disposition. Clean, tidy and warm. Very good value for money. Linked with the pub next door which served nice meals.

    Reviewed by Pamela5.0Apr 2019

  • "Very straightforward booking process."

    The cottage was great, perfect for a weekend away. Good location and facilities.

    Reviewed by Rebecca5.0Feb 2019

  • "There is poor connectivity at the cottage, therefore Wi-Fi woukd be a great addition."

    There is no shower, which again would be a great addition, as well as saving the owners a lot of money in fuel bills. Also, a DVD player for the evenings and wet days would be a good facility. Overall, a comfortable, warm and cozy cottage, with the Brown Cow Inn just next door. It is well placed for tourist attractions, within the Lake District.

    Reviewed by Martin3.8Sep 2018

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x kingsize (ziplink on request), 1 x 4' double
  • Bathroom with bath with shower over , basin and WC
  • Basin and WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
  • Oil central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, Freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WIFI
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair on request
  • Off road parking for 1 car in gated property, additional parking free of charge at The Brown Cow Inn next door
  • Lockable bike storage
  • Two well-behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 8 mins walk, pub next door
  • Note: This cottage is located on a main road and there may be some associated noise
  • Garden is shared with 1 Park Nook

The property

This spacious, terraced cottage is located in the small hamlet of Waberthwaite, on the beautiful west coast of Cumbria, just five miles from Ravenglass and nine miles from Gosforth in the Lake District National Park.

This lovely cottage has spacious accommodation and is ideal for families and friends to use as a base for exploring this lovely part of the country.

Note: This cottage can be booked with Ref. 977538, together they sleep 8.

Park Nook Cottages

A couple of charming, terraced cottages set in the heart of the hamlet of Waberthwaite on the western edge of the Lake District National Park. With the comforting living areas and wonderful, rural location, booking these properties together would be excellent for a group of couples or friends who are looking for a peaceful break away from the hustle and bustle. Both of the Park Nook Cottages come with comforting bedrooms, cosy living areas and well-equipped kitchens for you to use, they also both have fantastic views of the countryside and the sea in the distance. They come in a brilliant location for a tranquil holiday, with the option of staying in this lovely peaceful location or taking the short journey to the more bustling areas of the Lake District. These properties come with the added benefit of a pub next door, making it perfect to sit an unwind after a long day exploring area. The hamlet of Waberthwaite is small yet delightful, offering quaint little cottages, incredible scenery and lots of walking and cycling opportunities. Bowness-on-Windermere is within easy access and is most certainly worth at least a day of exploring, it has something for everybody with shopping, activities and the famous lake that offers so many different opportunities. Two fresh terraced cottages in a great location.

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About the location

WABERTHWAITE

Millom 11 miles; Coniston 24 miles.

The small hamlet of Waberthwaite is situated on the West Coast of Cumbria within the Lake District National Park, comprising of a scattering of cottages, farm dwellings and a traditional village pub. Waberthwaite enjoys an enviable position amidst some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain and is situated close to local beaches, coastal walks and many of the nearby conservation areas. The local skyline is dominated by the towering peaks of Scafell, Great Gable, Hard Knott, Harter Fell and Muncaster Fell and nearby the stunning valleys of Eskdale and Dunnerdale provide breathtaking and ever-changing scenery to be enjoyed throughout the year. Local attractions include Muncaster Castle, a World Owl Centre and the Ravenglass to Eskdale miniature railway, all of which provide wonderful and varied days out.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas