Pear Tree Cottage is an idyllic stone-built semi-detached cottage perched on the outskirts of Grange-Over-Sands in Cumbria.
Boasting a large multi-level garden with barbecue and a contemporary interior with high-quality furnishings, Pear Tree Cottage is a superb pet-friendly dwelling for a family or group of six friends looking for a countryside escape.
Park-up on the private driveway which has space for two cars, before stepping into the delightful hallway to discard any coats and shoes after your journey.
Look forward to sinking back into the plush, velvet sofa before selecting your favourite TV series from the Smart TV with Sky, as the woodburning stove crackles nearby.
As you relax, the designated chef within your party will be delighted at the well-equipped contemporary kitchen, with electric range having seven halogen hobs, they will be able to rustle up some tasty home-cooked meals to be enjoyed around the dining table with a bottle of wine.
Benefit from the utility room which houses a washing machine and dishwasher, making cleaning up a breeze!
After a long day of exploring, climb the stairs and treat yourself to a refreshing shower or soothing soak in the bath, before popping on your pyjamas and catching your rest in one of three well-presented bedrooms, a king-size, a double and a bunk.
Wake-up and join your guests out in the large, enclosed garden for a tasty alfresco breakfast, as you make plans for the day and a barbecue in the evening.
Head into the local town where you can soak up the views with a stroll along the Grange-Over-Sands Promenade, followed by a delicious ice cream or pub lunch at one of the nearby eateries.
Delve into history and embark on a walk up to Hampsfell Hospice, which was constructed in 1846 by the vicar of nearby Cartmel in order to shelter travellers from severe weather conditions, it also offers stunning views from its top.
Just a short drive away is the remarkable Holker Hall & Gardens, which boasts 200 acres of lush, vibrant gardens and woodlands, as well as a deer park and guided tours, it makes for a memorable day out.
Next stop is Kendal, where you will find the interesting Quaker Tapestry Museum which details the town’s rich tapestry heritage, as well as the fascinating ruins of Kendal Castle.
For a truly unique souvenir, head to Woodmatters, where you can try your hand at wood carving and bushcraft and create something of your very own to take home!
Just a little further is the expansive Lake Windemere, where you can take to the waters by boat or via an excellent selection of watersports or embark up Queen Adelaides Hill for superb views over the lake out Bowness.
For the perfect touring base for exploring the Lakes, choose Pear Tree Cottage.