Cosy Cottage accommodation summary
Open plan living-dining-kitchen area (please note, there is one step between the living room and the kitchen)
Bench and picnic bench in the gravelled yard (which also doubles as the parking area)
Outbuilding for storing bikes securely
There is parking for a car in the gravelled yard at the cottage. Further on street parking can be found close by
Arrival Time: 17:00
Departure Time: 9:30
The beds will be made up for you, please remember to bring your own towels
The house is heated by gas central heating
A single dog is welcome at an additional charge of £20.00
The cottage is non-smoking
Located in the heart of the popular village of Braithwaite, Cosy Cottage is just that: a traditional cosy cottage for up to three people and one lucky dog.
Head inside straight into the open plan living-dining-kitchen area on the ground floor, a great social space ideal for a holiday home. The living area has a 2-seater sofa and armchair, cosily positioned around the electric stove. There's a Freeview TV for entertainment and by the window overlooking the yard is the dropleaf table and chairs. Up a single step from the living area is the kitchen, compact but well equipped with everything you'd need for a self catering holiday: there's an electric cooker and hob, fridge-freezer, useful washing machine, clothes airer and handy microwave.
Up the open tread stairs from the living area to the first floor where you'll find the 2 bedrooms and shower room. As you climb the stairs the ceiling becomes lower as you step on to the landing which has a modern velux window set into the sloping roof. Please note, the open tread feature of the stairs may not be suitable for very young children. The lovely double room is light and bright, with a handy wardrobe and chest of drawers for storage, and views of the Helvellyn range and Skiddaw. The second bedroom is a cosy single, again with a wardrobe and useful chest of drawers. The shower room contains the WC, washbasin and modern shower cubicle, great for reinvigorating tired muscles after a day out on the fells.
Outside is a gravelled yard area which provides parking for a car. There is also a picnic bench and separate bench out here, ideal for lunch al fresco or for a peaceful few moments with a good book. There's also a useful stone outbuilding for securely storing 2-3 bikes if you'd prefer to explore on 2 wheels.