Bumblebee Nook is one of our NEW COTTAGES!
If you are looking to visit Ullswater and the northern fells, then Bumblebee Nook is ideally positioned. This mid terraced cottage has been lovingly and tastefully restored, retaining the character of the original features but bringing a contemporary feel which is comfortable for families and groups of friends to relax and enjoy. The lovely living room is warm and spacious with wood burning stove, and opens out to the open plan kitchen dining room. The three bedrooms and bathroom are all on the first floor. There's a spacious king room, a splendid double and a delightful twin (that can be made into a super king upon request). The family bathroom has a free-standing bath as well as a separate shower cubicle. Outside there is private parking for two cars and a pleasant sitting out area with garden furniture.
From the front door there are numerous walks to enjoy, which include the River Eamont where the historical sites of King Arthur’s round table and Mayburgh Henge can be viewed. For good walking, the fells nearby include the High Street range, 5 miles away and Helvellyn is just 10 miles away. The cottage is ideally placed for enjoying the activities around Ullswater which is 4 miles away, where excellent walking and cycling amidst splendid scenery can be enjoyed. If you enjoy a picnic, why not pack a rug and goodies and explore the numerous beaches around Ullswater, perfect to relax and rejuvenate from busy lives. To make the most of the spectacular scenery take a cruise on the Ullswater Steamers which sail throughout the year. Watersports are also nearby with rowing boats and kayaks available to hire.
If you fancy heading slightly further afield, then take a scenic drive to the beautiful South Lakes! Explore bustling Ambleside with its independent shops and quirky eateries or head to Bowness-on-Windermere to admire the yachts and enjoy a lakeside picnic. The historic border city of Carlisle is half an hour away. Visit Tullie House Museum to learn all about this area's past and Roman connections, with part of the infamous Hadrian's Wall itself not too far away.