Stunning views, stylish interiors and perfectly located to access the beautiful Western Lake District and coastline, Aiverthwaite has everything you need for a fabulous holiday. From the comfort of this wonderful home, take in the magical views over the Caldbeck Common and catch a mesmerising sunset down the valley, over the Solway Coast and onto the Scottish hills beyond.
Aiverthwaite is a traditional sandstone barn conversion, set in the peaceful hamlet of Aughertree, on the edge of Uldale fell with Roman remains and footpaths for walkers.
Cosy and welcoming and providing a very high standard of accommodation for eight, Aiverthwaite has a sociable living space with a wood burning stove and underfloor heating, a painted shaker style kitchen with granite worktops, and four spacious, comfortable bedrooms, two of which are ensuite. The bright and airy conservatory is the perfect place to relax with a cup of tea and enjoy the surrounding countryside scenery - in the morning your eyes will be drawn to the amazing sunrises over the hills.
A pub is within a mile of quiet walking, there is also a tearoom & gallery and a dairy selling milk, eggs and vegetables.
Aiverthwaite is well positioned for exploring all that the Western Lakes has to offer and the M6 is just 25 minutes away. Bustling Keswick with its shops, restaurants, theatre by the lake, cinema and many tourist activities is twelve miles away and Bassenthwaite Lake is five miles. Hadrian’s Wall to the east is under an hour’s drive. Historic Carlisle with its ancient Castle, museum & Cathedral is 18 miles.
Discover even more things to do and places to visit near Aiverthwaite by reading our guide here.