14 Crosthwaite Gardens

Availability

£755 - £1465

Area:
Keswick
Sleeps:
6
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Changeover:
Saturday
Pets Allowed?:
2
Garden:
enclosed
Parking:
Private
Fire type:
none
WiFi:
Yes
Nearest Pub:
5-min walk

14 Crosthwaite Gardens is a wonderful detached bungalow, offering spacious and beautifully presented accommodation for up to 6 people and 2 dogs. The modern kitchen is well equipped and the large living-dining room is bright and inviting. There are 3 fantastic bedrooms, 2 king size and a twin. One of the king size bedrooms has its own en-suite shower room and there's also a great family shower room too. As well as parking for 3-4 cars at the front of the cottage, there's also a delightful garden to the rear. There is wheelchair access into the bungalow via a ramp to the side of the front door, and the en-suite bathroom also has a wet room-style, accessible shower. There is also wheelchair access throughout the property. 

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle but still just a pleasant 10 minute level walk into town, you really have got the best of both worlds at 14 Crosthwaite Gardens. Stroll into town and spend a morning looking around the shops or visit the world famous Pencil Museum, just a 5 minute walk from the cottage. If you fancy an evening out, there are a wide choice of eateries to try out, from traditional pubs to quirky restaurants offering signature cocktails alongside their delicious food. Take in a performance at the Theatre by the Lake or watch a film at the Alhambra cinema.

With fantastic walking opportunities from the door, you could try a different route everyday without even having to get in the car. Scramble up Catbells or Walla Cragg , or tackle the popular Coledale Horseshoe for a longer day out on the fell tops. There are plenty of lower levels walks too; enjoy a ramble through the trees at Great Wood or follow the footpath to the neighbouring village of Portinscale where you can refuel with homemade treats from The Chalet Tea Rooms or The Lingholm Estate. Adrenaline junkies can sign up for an activity with one of the local adventure companies or for those who prefer a more leisurely pace, a scenic cruise around Derwentwater could be just the thing.