Situated near a disused quarry, Cloughthwaite stands tall and proud with fantastic views towards Blencathra. This is a lovely apartment in Glenderamackin Terrace with a light and spacious living area and beautiful views from all the rooms.
This is a wonderful part of the world with all sorts of interesting walks and discoveries on your doorstep. Head towards Clough Head and then Helvellyn behind the terrace and you’ll get there by walking through an open-air museum of enormous mining machinery and a mineral railway. Or follow the interesting paths to the front of the house which take you through meadows to the river and beyond to Threlkeld. Your nearest pub is in Threlkeld village (a mile or so away), in fact there are two pubs - the Horse and Farrier, and the Sally! Cloughthwaite is ideal for Summer and Winter mountaineers alike with local climbing walls and ice climbing on Blencathra.
Keswick is your nearest town, four miles away, and has a wealth of outdoor shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, as well as a cinema and a theatre. The lake of Derwentwater is a five minute walk from the town centre and here you can hire rowing boats or take a trip on the launch. It takes 10 minutes to get to Keswick by car, or why not walk or cycle there along the old railway path, a beautiful route through trees, following the river with plenty of picnic spots.