Bassenthwaite Lake is perhaps one of the least touristy Lakes in Cumbria and you may even see Osprey sweeping down to pluck a fish as they nest close by in Dodds Wood. The village of Bassenthwaite is so unspoilt by tourism that it has just one pub, The Sun Inn where you can find Real Ales and good food. There are no shops, but there is a delightful stream meandering through the village where you can often watch the ducks swim by.
Cottages in Bassenthwaite and surrounding villages
The Stable - Sleeps 5
The Saddlery - Sleeps 4
The Hayloft - Sleeps 5 + cot
These five cottages come with glowing reviews and provide a great opportunity to extended family or larger groups wishing to holiday together and of course can be booked independently too. Close to the Osprey project and Go-Ape or just enjoy cycling and walking from the door. The shared games room as well as an out-door children's play area is a real bonus and there is plenty of off road parking and shared gardens with furniture and BBQ too. All of the properties are dog-friendly and smoke free. Please note that there is no WiFi and previous guests have noted no mobile signal. The cottages are approximately 1 mile from the village of Bassenthwaite and two miles from the lake.
Holiday Cottages with shared Games Room under the Skiddaw Fells
This reviews of this barn conversion claim that the photos don't do the property justice! Read them for yourself and check availability here.
This Grade II listed cottage has pretty lake views from the bedroom windows and gets great reviews from previous guests. You can read the reviews for yourself here and check availability too
All open plan except for the shower room, this detached ground floor accommodation is a perfect couples retreat. Read more about Randel and check for availability here.
This holiday let for a family of 4 is in a great spot for exploring and has the added bonus of a shared Games Room! Go-Ape at Whinlatter as well as Honister Pass and the Osprey Project are just a few of the attractions nearby, besides of course walking or cycling right from the door. Read more about this cottage here.
A great cottage to watch the sunrise and the sunsets. The double bedroom is on a gallery level (owners note that this room has restricted headroom) and the twin room on the ground floor. See more photographs and read previous guests reviews of Dodd at Bassenthwaite here.
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