This chic, characterful holiday cottage is a wonderfully stylish romantic retreat ‘just for two’ and situated in the quiet village of Bouth, just four miles from the edge of picturesque Lake Windermere.
Two stone steps lead from the garden up to the front door of this cottage, which opens directly into the cosy lounge/diner.
The charming living-room, with its rough-rendered walls, wood burner, and comfortable seating is a wonderfully relaxing retreat from the outside world and offers a TV/DVD with Sky channels, as well as an iPod dock.
The cottage’s kitchen is modestly-sized and yet well-equipped offering an oven, hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
The washing machine and tumble dryer can be found in the separate external utility room.
The bathroom with its shower over spa bath and WC can also be found on the ground floor of the cottage, whilst the romantic king-size bedroom with its chic dressing room can be found upstairs on the first floor.
Outside, to the front of the property, there is a generously-sized garden with a well-tended lawn and patio seating area which affords views over the neighbouring fields.
There is garden furniture and a BBQ provided, as well as bike storage and a parking for one car.
This cottage is idyllic, beautiful decor and everything provided to make your stay relaxing. In an ideal location for the lakes and hills and all youd want to see and do in such a stunning area. The nearby town of Ulverston provides a supermarket and fuel stations for immediate needs. Barrow has a large shopping area. I would recommend the A593 to Coniston and Amberley the A591, which are remarkable roads seeing the area by car is to your liking.
Reviewed by Susan.
A stay at this lovely cottage can be as relaxing or as active as you like, with the Lake District having much to offer to visitors no matter what their tastes.
Those who are looking for adventure will find a huge range of outdoor pursuits on offer from watersports on Lake Windermere, to hiking in the mountains, climbing, or even lesser-known activities such as canyoning and ghyll scrambling.
There are also many properties of note in the area, such as Hill Top, former home to Beatrix Potter, and Dove Cottage where William Wordsworth once lived. The village farm has a tea room, home made dairy ice cream from their own Jersey cows, a gift and interior shop.
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