This terraced cottage sits in the rural village of Arlecdon in Cumbria.
Winterfell Cottage boasts amazing views to be seen from the cottage, with no one overlooking the property it is the perfect getaway for a small group of friends or family.
With a friendly pub serving food and some fabulous facilities and activities nearby, this property is an ideal base for guests wanting to explore western Cumbria and the Lake District.
Be welcomed into Winterfell Cottage by its calming, neutrally decorated sitting room complete with comfortable seating, a TV with the added extra of a blue ray DVD player and an electric woodburning stove.
The kitchen area has a rustic feel to it, with wooden worktops and pretty trinkets adding a homely touch to the place, there is also a dining table set for four so you can enjoy each mealtime as a group.
The ground floor also occupies a refreshing walk-in shower room where you can get ready before a night in the local Hound Inn, serving delicious pub food.
Head upstairs to reveal the two pleasant bedrooms here at Winterfell, a double and a twin room, with the larger room benefiting from an en-suite cloakroom.
On a sunny day, stroll out to the back garden where you can make the most of its summer house and soothing views across the surrounding countryside.
Arlecdon is a tranquil, rural village offering a good food pub and a Post Office/shop, it offers fantastic access to the nearby locations and attractions.
There is something for everybody in this area; with the charming coastal town of Whitehaven to the west, the characterful market town of Cockermouth to the north and the awe-inspiring Lake District National Park to the east.
A lovely cottage in a fabulous location.
About the location
Whitehaven 6 miles; Cockermouth 10 miles; Keswick 22 miles
The rural village of Arlecdon lies in peaceful countryside, just a stone's throw from the western border of the Lake District National Park. Offering the basic amenities, the village has a highly-regarded pub serving food, as well as a small shop and Post Office. It also boasts a 19th century, Grade II listed church. There is something for everybody in the local area; head just five miles west and reach the well-stocked coastal town of Whitehaven which has a wide variety of high-quality amenities as well as a choice of fascinating museums and a picturesque marina. Slightly north is brings you to the old market town of Cockermouth which makes for a lovely day out. One of the Lake District's more popular towns, Keswick, is a little over 20 miles away, visit this market town for a wealth of charming shops and eateries.