If you're looking for a welcoming, comfortable base to explore the tranquil valleys of the western Lakes and the unspoiled Cumbrian coastline then look no further than 1 Cherry Trees in Gosforth. Nestled at the heart of bustling village life this lovely semi-detached house has three light airy bedrooms sleeping up to five people. Recently refurbished, it's a spacious and modern cottage with room to spread out and relax on your holiday.
Gosforth is a pleasant Cumbrian village on the western side of the Lake District National Park. With an excellent play park just across the way, plenty of low level walks around the village and the seaside just down the road it makes an ideal base for families. For the foodies amongst you, 1 Cherry Trees couldn't be better placed. There are two village pubs as well as a lovely pizza restaurant on the doorstep.
For serious fell walkers the area could scarcely be better served as Gosforth is the gateway to the two stunning valleys of Wasdale and Eskdale. At the head of these lies the mighty Scafell range with other iconic Lake District giants such as Great Gable and Bow Fell also accessible. Should you wish to do some messing about on the water then why not try your hand at stand-up paddle boarding on Wastwater, England's deepest lake or kayaking down the crystal clear River Esk? For history buffs the village and its surroundings is an absolute treasure trove. From the Viking cross in Gosforth's churchyard to Muncaster Castle and its ghostly goings on near Ravenglass as well as the wealth of Roman heritage scattered around the area should provide interest for all ages. Whether your tastes run to epic fell adventures, gentle low level pottering or just enjoying good food and great local beers in a friendly village atmosphere then 1 Cherry Trees is perfectly placed to make the most of this marvellous area.