Charming cottage nestling in the picturesque Newlands Valley, just three miles from Keswick. Surrounded by a pretty cottage garden, which leads into woodland and down to the riverbank, this cosy cottage is the perfect location for exploring the Lake District.
Central heating and under floor heating
Sitting room with seating for up to 6, wood burning stove, Smart TV/Sky and DVD player, iPod dock and Sonos sound system
Kitchen/dining room with breakfast bar, dining table seats 6, gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher
Utility room with sink, washing machine and tumble dryer
Cloakroom with WC
Master bedroom (sleeps 2), super king size bed, with free standing bath, and en-suite shower room. TV
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2), double bed, TV
Bathrooms with Jacuzzi bath, double shower cubicle with rain shower, TV
Generous size cottage garden with gate to woodland and Newlands Beck. The owners own half of the beck so fishing is permitted with the appropriate licence.
Parking for 2 cars plus storage for cycles and kayaks
This elegant cottage offers you everything you need for a relaxing holiday with friends or family, or a romantic retreat in a gorgeous setting. There is the most wonderful fell walking from your front door and fish from the Newlands Beck at the bottom of the garden.
In the summer, you can enjoy Pimms in the pretty cottage garden or beside the riverbank, and in the winter snuggle up in front of the wood burning stove with tea and crumpets, after a bracing walk around the Lakes.
Then enjoy a sumptuous soak with a view, in the freestanding bath in the master bedroom and watch the wildlife and birds outside the window.
The cottage has surprisingly spacious rooms, especially the kitchen/dining room which is stylishly designed and fully equipped, but if you are in need of a break from cooking, the award winning Swinside Inn is just a 10 minute walk way.
The owners have thought of every possible comfort and books, games, DVDs, music, walks, maps and ideas for visits are all provided. A welcome pack of local food goodies awaits your arrival.
Featured in The Telegraph as one of the most remote holiday cottages in Britain.