Within walking distance of award winning Michelin starred gastro pub the Punch Bowl and in the pretty Lyth Valley (famous for its damsons) Dodds Howe ticks so many boxes. The first and second floors are via a spiral staircase but there is also one bedroom and shower room/wc on the ground floor. There is a lovely indoor/outdoor seating area perfect for bright days that aren't quite warm enough for al fresco dining. More details and current availability of Dodds Howe can be found here.
Gutherscale Lodge - Newlands Valley - Derwentwater
Underfloor heating - fabulous views and such attention to detail in the bedroom and bathrooms as well as the kitchen. Within walking distance of Swinside Inn which serves meals. With walks from the door and easy access to the Keswick Launch across Derwentwater See further photographs to appreciate the high standard of Gutherscale Lodge and to check availability here
*OWNERS NOTE : There are significant drops within the grounds of the property. Also the height of the wall by the terrace is less than 1m and therefore extra care maybe needed especially if you have small children in your party
Stunning views and Spa/steam room for the adults and a ping pong table and pool room with cinema surround sound for the teenagers - it really does seem as though everything has been thought of at Bretherdale Hall. Situated on the edge of Cumbria, north of Kendal, close to the award winning Tebay Farm shop and motorway services, Bretherdale Hall can also be booked along with Bretherdale Barn to sleep up to 18.
More information about the shared sauna and games room and further photographs showing the stunning location of Bretherdale Hall can be found here.
Hazeldene - Morland - Eden Valley
Mount Pleasant - Threkeld
Best of both worlds - village location and walking distance to two pubs with views from every window. Mount Pleasant is surrounded by gorgeous countryside and just 15 minutes from M6 junction.
Read more about this lovely property near Keswick here.
Carhullan - Ullswater
This really is a luxurious find. The most enormous of open fires for autumnal evenings and the Aga perfect for slow roasted hot-pots. Walk in showers and corner baths unwinding after days in scenery that most can only dream about. A spectacular 17C four poster bed and hideaway bunks are just a few of the interesting features of this period cottage.
This really is one of those properties that has true Cumbrian charm in a glorious rural setting and we are only sorry we couldn't show all the photos here. Do have a look at the photos we had to leave out here.
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