Copeland Cottage accommodation summary
Twin or superking bedroom
Bathroom with shower
5 wooden steps to
Lower Mezzanine floor
Large utility room
7 wooden steps to further mezzanine floor
Steps to lounge area with woodburner and conservatory
Upper Mezzanine Floor
Landing and snug area
Bathroom with bath
Separate Mezzanine Floor
Door to garden
Lawned, enclosed garden
The beds will be made up for you, please remember to bring your own towels
The house is heated by electric heating
WiFi access is available at the property
2 dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £15.00 per dog
No age restrictions for children
The cottage is non-smoking
Air circulation system
Please note, the accommodation has not been designed with young children in mind if they can't manage stairs, so may not be considered suitable. If you would like any further information, please contact the office.
The entrance is via the front door into a small hallway with coat hooks. An inner hallway leads to a single bedroom with inbuilt hanging space. There is a further twin bedroom on the ground floor with a zip and link bed that can be made into a superking bed on request. There is a newly renovated bathroom with a large shower (shower seat available if required), WC, washbasin and electric towel rail.
From the ground floor there are five wooden steps up to large kitchen/diner with vaulted ceilings. There are large windows the length of one side of the room. These windows provide a beautiful outlook towards the lake and in the evening you can see the twinkling lights of Keswick. There is an Aga for cooking and heating hot water, dishwasher and a table with dining chairs. There is a door off the kitchen to a large utility room with a further sink, washing machine, microwave, separate dryer and fridge/freezer.
At one end of the kitchen diner there are wooden steps up to the sitting room. In the living room there is a large picture window that over looks the garden. In the living room there is a Flatscreen TV with 32in screen, DVD player and freesat recorder. An inset woodburner keeps the room cosy and warm with intitial supply of logs and comfortable seating. A door from the living room leads to the conservatory where there is a bench and seating. The conservatory boasts a superb view to Catbells.
At the other end of the kitchen/diner there are further wooden steps that lead to a mezzanine area with a quiet seating area ideal for reading. A generous selection of books are provided. On this level there is a double bedroom and a bathroom with a bath and hand held shower over, WC and washbasin and a Velux window.
Outside is gravelled parking area for 2 to 3 cars. There is a path all the way round the house with three patios, a lawn and several well established trees to one side. There are fields to one side and views to Catbells. The garden is enclosed by a wire field fence. There is an outside tap and the owners can provide a hose on request for washing dogs.
As well as panel heaters there is an air circulation unit into each room of the house that circulates the heat to maintain a comfortable temperature.