A cosy cottage located in the very popular area of Skelwith Bridge in the beautiful Lake District.
This well-maintained property is perfect for families and friends looking to relax, unwind and have immediate access to the great outdoors.
This Skelwith Bridge cottage is nestled discreetly amidst similar properties and is perfect for those wanting to forget the car and enjoy the plentiful walking and cycling this area has to offer.
Benefiting from three welcoming bedrooms; perfect for relaxing and dreaming of what adventures are still to come, this cottage near Ambleside is a wonderful holiday base.
The comfortable sitting room offers dual aspect windows and a warming woodburning stove and there is also a well-equipped kitchen and a dining room that gives access to the patio area.
The lovely patio area at this Skelwith Bridge cottage is the ideal place to sit in the evening and relax with a good book and a glass of your favourite tipple, or alternatively, with a morning coffee, whilst you consider what wonderful attractions to visit that day.
Explore the meandering paths that trail along the River Brathay leading to Elterwater and deeper in to the Langdale valley.
Coniston is easily accessible and has many shops and places to eat as well as visitor attractions such as Brantwood, the former stately home of John Ruskin.
The National Trust operates the elegant Steam Yacht Gondola on Coniston Water and this beautifully-restored steam-powered yacht once provided the wealthy Victorians with a form of luxury travel along the third largest lake in Cumbria.
The popular and vibrant village of Ambleside is a short drive away and offers visitors a wide selection of shops and eateries, local galleries and the Armitt Museum, a small museum dedicated to the cultural heritage of the Lake District.
This is a wonderful Skelwith Bridge cottage at any time of year.
About the location
Ambleside 3 miles; Grasmere 3 miles.
Skelwith Bridge is located in the very heart of the Lake District at the foot of the Langdale Valley. Grasmere, Ambleside and Lake Windermere are all located within three miles of this picturesque hamlet. The small village of Elterwater with its English Lake District Inn is just a twenty minute walk passing Skelwith Force, a fifteen feet high waterfall where the River Brathay forces a passage through the rocks. Once a centre for the slate processing industry, it consists of a cluster of stone buildings by a picturesque bridge spanning the River Brathay. Today, hand-crafted articles can be purchased from the shop and cafe at ‘Chesters by the River’. The Skelwith Bridge Hotel and Talbot Pub, dating back to the 17th century sit in the centre of the hamlet. Nearby Grasmere is perhaps best known as the home of William Wordsworth, a place he once described as "The most loveliest spot that man hath found".