Dizzy Duck Cottage is a beautiful stone mid-terraced cottage, located in a quiet area of the centre of Windermere.
Set over three floors, this welcoming cottage is the perfect place for a family holiday in the heart of the Lake District.
As you enter the cottage on the ground floor, the hallway has its own boot and coat area, perfect for keeping outdoor gear out of the way when you’ve been hiking.
On this floor, you’ll find a cosy sitting room with a flat-screen TV and DVD player.
The first of the double bedrooms is also on this floor.
Down on the lower ground floor, your main sitting room has a stunning feature fireplace, and a wall-mounted 40” Smart TV, with a music system.
The kitchen/dining room is beautifully tiled and has all the appliances you need for great home cooking.
A shower room completes the lower ground floor, and there is access to a small rear yard for some private outdoor space.
On the first floor is a lovely family bathroom, a single bedroom and the delightful master bedroom.
You’ll also find a handy boiler cupboard, with a washing machine to take care of all those muddy clothes from having fun outdoors.
There’s not a huge amount of outdoor space as the cottage is in the centre of Windermere, but you still have a private, secure garden to sit outside and enjoy the fresh air, and with Windermere Lake practically on your doorstep, it’s only a quick trip in the car to enjoy the amazing countryside of the Lake District.
You’ll be spoiled for choice with Windermere’s bars, shops and restaurants only a short step from your front door, and Windermere Lake and the cinema are only a three minute car trip, or a 25 minute leisurely stroll away, with hiking, boat trips and cycling galore.
You’re also near the railway station and local bus routes – perfect for getting out and about.
With Ambleside and Bowness within easy reach, there’s plenty to do when you explore further afield.
Try Wray Castle and the Beatrix Potter Gallery at Ambleside, take a tour of Loughrigg Fell or the incredible view of the falls at Stockghyll Force.
Bowness also has a cinema, and there’s more for fans with the World of Beatrix Potter.
The Old Laundry Theatre provides plenty of entertainment year round, and if you’re a foodie, try some of the town’s eateries, such as the Arts Bar and Grill, Caffe Riva or the Flying Pig Pub.
Whether you’re a keen hiker, golfer, watersports fan or a foodie, there’s so much to do in Windermere and the surrounding areas, and Dizzy Duck Cottage makes a perfect base for family holidays.
About the location
BOWNESS & WINDERMERE
Windermere Train Stain 0.4 miles: Ambleside 5 miles; Kendal 7 miles.
The vibrant twin towns of Bowness and Windermere hold enduring appeal for visitors to the Lake District National Park, with each providing a range of nearby attractions, amenities, shops and restaurants to suit all tastes. A variety of boat trips and boat hire are available from Windermere Lake Cruises in Bowness to Brockhole, Ambleside and Lakeside (at the southern end of the lake where the Lakeside Aquarium and the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway are situated). The World of Beatrix Potter attraction and the Old Laundry theatre are 1.5 miles away. Orrest Head, where Alfred Wainwright was inspired to write his series of iconic guidebooks, is a 30-minute walk to enjoy the spectacular panorama of far-reaching views over the lake and surrounding fells. Brockhole, which offers high wire tree top experiences, is less than two miles away, and the historic villages of Grasmere, Ambleside and Troutbeck are a short drive away. There are also a variety of watersports on offer for the more energetic at marine centres along the lake. The area is ideally situated for exploring all that this region has to offer, whether by foot, bike, car, railway or bus; and is within easy reach of attractions such as the spectacular Langdales, Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top House at Far Sawrey, Coniston, Grizedale Forest Park, with its delightful walks and famous outdoor sculptures, mountain biking and “Go-Ape” adventure park, Ullswater, Kendal, Keswick, stone circles, Roman forts and England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike.