This luxury cottage offers an indulgent stay in the Hillcroft Holiday Park in Pooley Bridge.
With the communal benefits of being located in a holiday park, but retaining a glorious individuality, including its own hot tub, Meadowcroft Cottage offers high-quality accommodation for a family holiday to the Lake District.
Set on one level, the cottage offers indulgence throughout, starting with the restful and cosy sitting area, where you can recline in the feel of your leather sofa whilst watching Sky on your Smart TV, or alternatively look out to the Ullswater views beyond whilst toasting by the wood burning stove.
All culinary needs are met in the quality kitchen with dining space, while there are three bedrooms to choose from – a master with king-sized bed and TV, a double and a twin, each one oozing comfort and quality.
The external space is a rare treat for a holiday park, offering stunning countryside vistas that you can view from your own private hot tub, lit by LED lights on your own decking area.
The grounds offer communal gated play areas for the youngsters and an on-site shop and launderette for the summer season, although the property has its own laundry facilities.
Away from the park, Pooley Bridge offers plenty of activities for all ages and is walkable from the grounds, offering cycling, hiking, climbing and watersports.
For those with an eye on relaxation, a gentle cruise on Ullswater is an option and a drive through to Windermere offers plenty of opportunities to explore the finest of Lake District scenery.
Meadowcroft Cottage is luxury living but with the benefits of a holiday park base, making it perfect for a fun-filled indulgent family holiday in the Lake District.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with king-size bed and TV, 1 x double and 1 x twin. Family bathroom with free-standing bath, wall-mounted TV, double shower cubicle, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and TV. Sitting room.
About the location
Penrith 6 miles.
The picturesque village of Pooley Bridge sits on the northerly edge of Lake Ullswater in the Lake District National Park. The name Pooley came to be due to the forming of a large pool, which was left by the fast flowing River Eamont, and the word Bridge was later added when a bridge, which is now 250 years old, was built over the river. Pooley Bridge has many traditional inns and tempting tea rooms, plus the Ullswater Steamers depart from the village, from where a tranquil cruise down the lake to the villages of Glenridding and Howtown can be enjoyed. There are numerous walks with breathtaking views nearby, plus a short walk up to Dunmallard Hill reveals fascinating Iron-Age remains, whilst the towns of Penrith and Keswick are within driving distance. Pooley Bridge is an ideal base for a cottage holiday stay in the stunning Lake District.