How End is a fantastic cottage, situated in an elevated location in the fabulous village of Braithwaite and boasts panoramic views of the Skiddaw Range from most windows. This spacious cottage comfortably sleeps 8 and is sure to appeal to families or groups of friends who wish to explore the Lake District. Stunning views and scenery await you!
How End is an outstanding and characterful 18th century cottage situated in an elevated position in the popular lakeland village of Braithwaite and boasts sweeping panoramic views of the Skiddaw range whilst embracing Bassenthwaite Lake and the beautiful countryside. Braithwaite is a pretty village and is an ideal base for anyone wishing to explore the Northern Lakes, the village has a shop and 2 public houses and is nestled at the foot of both Whinlatter Pass and Newlands Valley where a wide variety of sightseeing, walking, cycling and climbing opportunities await you. Nearby the bustling market town of Keswick offers a wealth of amenities including, museums, parks, golf courses, leisure pool and climbing wall to name but a few. The shores of Derwentwater are a leisurely stroll from Keswick town centre where you can visit the Theatre by the Lake, hire a rowing boat or relax on a launch whilst cruising and taking in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the area.
The cottage, which retains many original features including beamed ceilings and solid wood flooring has been lovingly furnished and equipped to a high standard and provides a homely base for families or groups of friends looking for a spectacular base from which to explore the Lake District.
The centrally heated accommodation comprises:
Large entrance hallway.
Open-plan kitchen/diner with wood burning stove, electric range master double oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
Utility room with washing machine.
Library with a selection of books and games, with views of the Skiddaw range.
Sitting room with dual aspect windows giving stunning views to the Skiddaw range.
Shower room with WC and hand basin.
Inner vestibule leading to a large boiler/drying room ideal for storing bikes and outdoor gear.
First floor: Spacious lounge with large bay window having stunning views to the Skiddaw range and Bassenthwaite Lake in the distance, cosy log burner, TV and DVD.
Double bedroom with views of the Skiddaw range, adjacent shower room with WC and hand basin.
King size bedroom with views of the Skiddaw range and en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC.
Master king size bedroom with large luxury bathroom with bath, double shower cubicle, hand basin and WC, dual aspect window with view to Bassenthwate Lake and the Skiddaw range.
Family bathroom with shower over bath, hand basin and WC.
Second floor: Family bedroom with a double and single bed.
Games room with pool table, football table and a selection of games.
All oil, electric and bed linen included.
Towels are NOT provided.
Sorry no cot or highchair.
Private driveway with ample parking.
Delightful enclosed garden to front of the property.
Elevated patio garden to the side with garden furniture (seasonal), where you can relax whilst taking in the views of the beautiful countryside.
Over three floors. Four bedrooms: 1 x family bedroom with 1 double and 1 single bed; 2 x double bedrooms; 1x double bedroom with en-suite. Family bathroom with shower over the bath; shower room. Open plan kitchen and diner. Games room, spacious lounge, library, sitting room, utility room, and drying room with bike storage.
BRAITHWAITE Keswick 3 miles. Between the magnificent northern lakes of Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite, lies the village of Braithwaite. Still retaining much of its traditional appeal, the Coledale Beck runs through the village with whitewashed Lakeland cottages, two village shops and two real ale Inns each brimming with character! 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, there really is something for everyone. Visit Mirehouse, a grand house and gardens on the shores of the lake with an open-air theatre, or take a trip around the lake. Lake District Wildlife Park, Dodd Wood, Derwentwater, and Keswick with its wide range of attractions, are also within easy reach.
This property offers the following short breaks: