Beautifully finished, luxurious home from home within easy walking distance are several pubs, local convenience stores, bakery and take-away.
This newly renovated cottage is the perfect getaway to relax and explore this wonderful region with the bonus of a superb outside area and everything you need in one place.
On entering the property, you firstly enter the porch with storage for your coats and boots.
Onward into the cosy lounge which has been tastefully decorated and complements the cottage’s original features. There is a wood burner, large sofa, armchair, dining table and chairs, along with a Smart TV and Bluetooth radio/speaker.
Heading through into the kitchen you will find an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, dishwasher and washing machine as well as an abundance of storage for the holiday ahead. There is also a handy covered area for muddy boots, dog leads and coats outside the door.
Upstairs to the first floor you will find two pretty double bedrooms with views across the village plus a separate dressing room equipped with dressing table and wardrobe. Last but no means least is the shower room equipped with underfloor heating, rainfall shower, basin with vanity unit and WC.
Outside you will find an enclosed courtyard area with elevated decked balcony and BBQ. In addition, there is a summer house with sofa and chairs and doors opening onto a patio – perfect to enjoy an evening watching the stars or sunsets.
This superb newly renovated cottage is tucked away in a quiet location in the village of Cark-in-Cartmel, about 1.5 miles south of Cartmel. Within easy walking distance are several pubs, local convenience stores, bakery and take-away, as well as Holker Hall and Cark railway station, ideal for exploring the wider area without your car.
Nearby Cartmel has an array of charming shops, pubs and two renowned starred restaurants; a wonderful destination for foodies, as well as the 12th century Priory.
There are many great local walks to enjoy along the shoreline or nearby fells such as Howbarrow and Hampsfell with magnificent views out across Morecambe Bay and towards the peaks of the Lake District.
Heading into this fantastic region you can enjoy, within a short distance, a range of outdoor pursuits around Windermere and Coniston from simple walks and horse-riding to more challenging sports such as climbing and mountain biking.
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