A charming, semi-detached cottage next to the owner’s Grade II listed farm in the village of Nether Wasdale in the Lake District National Park.
It's the perfect stay for a relaxing Lake District getaway for families, friends and couples alike.
The living areas are filled with character, boasting rustic features such as exposed beams, latch doors and wooden features to give that real country-cottage feel.
Sit on the snug leather sofas with the fire ablaze and make the most of the Sky TV when you're not out exploring the Lakes.
The kitchen area is well-equipped and the dining room features quirky wooden benches to enjoy your meals from.
One of the three bedrooms here at Stable End Cottage sits on the ground floor with an immaculate finish to make you feel right at home.
Head upstairs to discover the two further bedrooms, sat cosily under the eaves and uplifted by the light-filled Velux windows.
The interior is finished off with a bright and airy family bathroom, a soothing place to lie and relax in a bubble bath after a long, tiring day.
You can enjoy your morning coffee whilst embracing your wonderful location, take a seat on the front patio area before the fun-packed day begins.
The property comes within a short walk of the deepest lake in Britain, Wast Water is a breath-taking area of the Lake District where you can also try your hand at some outdoor pursuits.
Nether Wasdale benefits from two traditional village pubs, ideal to go and unwind at the end of the day.
A comforting cottage in a splendid countryside location.
Note: This cottage can be booked with Ref. 973071, together they sleep 10 people.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x ground floor 4’ double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with sitting area and woodburning stove. Dining room.
About the location
Gosforth 3.9 miles; Santon Bridge 2.3 miles
Nether Wasdale is a small village situated to the west of Wastwater, the deepest lake in Great Britain. The village is well-served with two pubs, one with its own brewery, a farm shop and café selling local produce and ice cream. This area is the birthplace of climbing and is a superb base for climbing, hiking and all outdoor pursuits. Unlike many lakes, motorised boats are forbidden on Wastwater though canoeing and kayaking are perfect for these unspoilt and tranquil waters which add to the peace and serenity of this stunning part of the Lake District National Park. Wastwater is sided by The Screes and at the head of the lake the fells of Great Gable and Scafell Pike can be reached, popular with hikers and climbers alike. The view from the summit of Great Gable is said to be the finest view in Britain. At Wasdale Head is the church of St. Olaf, one of the smallest churches in England, dating back to 1550 and its beams are said to have come from Viking long boats. Close by are the villages of Santon Bridge and Gosforth.