Old Codgers Cottage offers self catering accommodation situated in the centre of Windermere village in Cumbria. Lake Windermere is less than a mile away where you can enjoy a ferry ride of take one of the small pleasure crafts that can be hired locally.
This self catering holiday cottage is situated in a cul-de-sac making it ideally placed for easy access to the centre of Windermere and only a short walk from the railway station. It is situated in a pleasant residential area of Windermere, close to various public houses selling traditional ales which are popular with locals and holidaymakers alike. It is also situated conveniently for all the attractions of a holiday in the Lake District National Park
The holiday cottage briefly comprises two double bedrooms, lounge with a cosy coal effect gas fire enabling you to enjoy the cosy ambience after hard day on the fells, the kitchen is …
Latcrag Caravan is a privately owned property situated on the slopes of Blencathra with panoramic views towards St Johnís in the vale valley.
The property is located half a mile outside of Threlkeld village its self which is an ideal location for those outdoor activities. For example - fell walking, mountain biking, hang gliding or even a flat walk along the disused railway line towards Keswick. The local golf course is less than a mile away for those that are less active still outgoing.
The caravan is 35 foot long and 12 foot wide and will sleep up to 6 people.
The accommodation consists of a large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, twin room and sofa bed in the lounge.
Bathroom with toilet, shower and hand basin.
Well equipped kitchen with gas cooker, microwave, fridge and freezer storage, electric kettle, crockery and cutlery.
Lounge area with dining table, gas f…
Superbly positioned in a quiet lane on the edge of the ancient village of Cartmel, 'Field Beck' looks like the sort of Georgian house that Jane Austen might have lived in. It is a Grade II Listed building and all its rooms catch the sun and overlook either the Priory church or the local fells. It was built on the site of the medieval tithe barn and is surrounded by a large walled garden with a pond and stream.
The house will sleep 8 adults comfortably and there are two loos, but as there is only one bath (with shower over) 6 may be a more practical number. We also offer discounts for smaller groups.
On the ground floor is: a sitting room with a woodstove, a dining room, a well equipped kitchen, a breakfast room, and a scullery.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms (one with washbasin), a twin bedroom and a bathroom. Above is an attic with two further single beds and an extr…