This beautifully-presented, link-detached character cottage dating back to 1826 is located in the attractive village of Lazonby on the edge of the Eden Valley.
This cottage is ideally located for family and friends wishing to spend time together and explore this stunning area.
The River Eden runs through the bottom of the village and the property is also within easy reach of the Lake District.
Stylishly and thoughtfully presented throughout, this cottage boasts a high quality well-equipped kitchen with granite surfaces, exposed beams and underfloor heating on the ground floor.
There are three comfortable bedrooms upstairs with oak fitted wardrobes, each having the advantage of an USP socket.
The fells such as Melmerby Fell beckon you from the views from the bedroom windows.
After a day’s exploring relax in the lounge and cosy up in front of the woodburning stove.
On warmer evenings why not throw open the front door and enjoy an alfresco meal or drink on the patio in the generous front enclosed cottage garden.
This particularly well-served village not only has a choice of pubs, a church and petrol station but even has an outdoor heated swimming pool that is open in the summer months.
The Settle-Carlisle Railway also stops here and the station is two minutes away from the cottage.
Lazonby is surrounded by rolling hills and the idyllic countryside of the Eden Valley, ready for you to explore on foot or by cycling, and is a great area for birdwatching.
A short drive away is the town of Penrith where younger members of your party can enjoy the glass roof heritage centre Rheged with its cafe, shops, play areas and huge 3D film screen.
The centre also houses exhibitions, talks, live-screenings and even has a spa, so is a treat for all the family.
Also a short drive away is the popular Hutton-in-the-Forest, a historic house and gardens which hosts a variety of events.
Why not visit Ullswater Lake and Pooley Bridge with the historic steamers, watersports and its bustling village centre?
For those looking for a more challenging activity the fells surrounding Ullswater include Helvellyn.
This super cottage has delights to discover and explore that are so accessible in all directions, making it an ideal location all year round.
About the location
Pooley Bridge 15.6 miles; Penrith 7.5 miles.
The attractive rural village of Lazonby is situated on the edge of the Eden Valley and North Pennines, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The River Eden meanders through the bottom of the village and this area is famous for canoeing, trout and salmon fishing together with climbing, walking and cycling. Between Lazonby and Armathwaite is the Eden Gorge, one of Cumbria's best kept secrets which is well worth a visit. Lazonby has a good selection of amenities including a church, two pubs, a supermarket and a post office. There is also a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. The railway station which is part of the Settle-Carlisle Railway line offers a scenic day out. There is also an independent wooden toy shop, Croglin Toys & Designs which is located in the old school (approx. 18th century) which makes bespoke toys and decorative objects such as wooden bunting. The innovative Rheged Centre in Penrith is within easy reach of the village with its exhibitions, large 3D screen, shops, play area and spa. Historic sites include, Long Meg and Her Daughters which is the third largest stone circle in England, and Hadrian’s Wall, both a short drive away. Ullswater, Keswick and Pooley Bridge are all stunning lakeside locations within easy reach. This village is perfectly placed to discover the stunning scenery and many activities the Yorkshire Dales and Lakes District National Parks have to offer.