The Hayloft one-bedroom first-floor apartment is part of Dale Head Hall, a converted Victorian coach house in the Lake District, situated beside Lake Thirlmere and a brief 5-minute drive from Keswick village.
Surrounded by expansive garden grounds, and the stunning Lake Thirlmere, this converted Victorian Coach House retains many of its original features, such as open wood beams, exposed brickwork, and round windows, giving it a genuine sense of cottage character and charm.
The Hayloft is an ideal holiday home for couples seeking a cosy and romantic escape at any time of year.
The Hayloft is comprised of a softly lit, open plan lounge/diner featuring open wood beams and high ceilings, where guests can enjoy intimate meals, sitting next to a large round window with exposed brickwork, looking out onto a cobbled and flowered courtyard.
Guests can also cosy up in front of the TV to watch a movie, or relax listening to some music using the provided CD player.
There is a fully equipped kitchen, with everything needed for self-catering and modern living.
One double bedroom presented with warm and inviting decor offers couples a comfortable space to retire and rest.
The Hayloft opens out onto a cobbled and flowered yard, which is surrounded by impeccably maintained gardens adorned by lush foliage and offering outdoor seating with parasols.
These shared gardens lead down to Lake Thirlmere which provides a dramatic and stunning backdrop of natural beauty.
Local amenities are close by with a wide selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, and pubs to be found in the village of Keswick which is just a short five-minute drive away.
Dale Head Hall is a great base from which guests can explore and experience the world-renowned sites of natural beauty to be found in the Lake District National Park.
The shores of Lake Thirlmere are just yards away, and the dramatic Helvellyn is within walking distance.
About the location
Bassenthwaite 7 miles, Ullswater 20 minutes. Cockermouth 13 miles.
The popular town of Keswick is the holiday centre of the North of the Lake District and has plenty to offer the visitor at any time of year. The town boasts numerous shops and restaurants to suit all tastes, as well as offering miniature golf, excellent parks, the famous Theatre by the Lake, a charming cinema, the Pencil Museum, a climbing wall, fishing and great mountain biking opportunities, whilst the beautiful lake of Derwentwater at the head of the stunning Borrowdale Valley is only a few minutes walk from the town centre. Nearby, between Braithwaite and Buttermere is the beautiful Newlands Valley, while picturesque Bassenthwaite Lake is well worth a visit. From a gentle countryside ramble to a challenging hike up Skiddaw or the famous Catbells, there really is something for everyone. Visit Castlerigg Stone Circle, the Jennings Brewery and Mirehouse, a grand house and gardens on the shores of the Bassenthwaite Lake, or take a fabulous boat trip around Derwentwater. With plenty of attractions for the kids, lovely parks and the nearby Lake District Wildlife Park this is a great Lakeland destination whatever the time of year.