An outstanding, stone-built Grade II listed semi-detached farmhouse, in a beautiful, peaceful location in the scattered hamlet of Meathop, three miles from Grange-over-Sands.
Offering country living at its finest, this Meathop cottage has been renovated to a high standard to provide spacious accommodation, ideal for a large family or group of friends to get away from it all and enjoy a Lakeland holiday.
Full of character and charm throughout, this Meathop cottage boasts a well-equipped kitchen with dining area, a separate dining room and snug with a wonderful woodburning stove, a spacious sitting room with open fire, and six bedrooms, two of which have en-suites, one with a shower room and one with a bath and feature fireplace.
With three further bathrooms, a utility room, small office area and a lovely enclosed garden, this Meathop cottage has everything to ensure that you have a relaxing break in this quiet and unspoilt corner of Cumbria.
With excellent walking from the doorstep into the nearby woodlands, and located on the Cumbria Coastal Way and the Walney to Wear Cycle Route, this Meathop cottage is an excellent base.
Golf and cycling can be enjoyed nearby, and there is plenty to see and do in every direction.
Visit Lake Windermere, a short drive away, and enjoy a scenic cruise with views of the beautiful mountains.
Climb some of the area's well-known peaks including the Coniston Old Man and Scafell Pike, and enjoy the charming towns of Kendal, Ambleside and nearby Grange-over-Sands.
A superb Meathop cottage where you and your party can get together and enjoy the splendour of the Lake District.
About the location
Grange-Over-Sands 3 miles; Windermere 15 miles.
The small hamlet of Meathop is situated in the southern Lake District National Park, just a few miles from the coastal estuary, a quiet and peaceful area occupying a rural location on the path of the Cumbrian Coastal Way. Nearby is Lindale, sitting on the slopes of Hampsfield Fell, with a true 'Lakeland feel' to its narrow streets, traditional dwellings and quaint old pubs. Cartmel, with its famous annual horse race, and the pretty coastal resorts of Arnside and Grange are all neighbours and worthy of a visit. Just a short drive away are Lake Windermere and the villages of Bowness-on-Windermere and Newby Bridge, which still retain the charm and character that has endeared them to so many. Set amidst the charm of the southern lakes, Meathop makes an inspiring choice from which to enjoy the whole of a magical area.