Compact and beautifully formed, Helm Eden is one of four properties created from a traditional Lakeland stone barn to form a small complex of cottages at Helm Farm. Located in a rural position amongst woods and fields on the outskirts of Bowness-on-Windermere it is perfectly located for exploring the local area. Helm Eden is all on the ground floor, it sleeps 4 people in two bedrooms and has a bright living-dining area with a cosy open fire and views over the shared gardens to the fields beyond. Outside, the small patio with a table and four chairs enjoys the same lovely views over the shared grass area to the front of the property and there is also a barbeque area, ideal for summer evenings. Cosy, comfortable, practical and beautifully finished, Helm Eden is a lovely little base from which to make the most of this stunning area.
Helm Eden can be found tucked away in quiet countryside just a mile outside the centre of Bowness combining easy access to all the amenities of Bowness and Windermere with a peaceful retreat to return to at the end of a busy day. With a wide variety of shops, cafes and restaurants as well as great access to the lake shore, popular Bowness is the bustling gateway to Windermere lake and all the attractions surrounding it. Regular steamer services operate all year round providing easy, hassle free access to Ambleside, Wray, Lakeside and Brockhole as well as providing opportunities for stunning linear lake shore walks too.
Helm Eden can offer picturesque and peaceful walks right from the door as well as good access by bus or car to more challenging walks over the local fells. Cyclists can explore a great variety of local on or off-road routes depending on the level of challenge required. Bowness is very family friendly with short lakeshore strolls, the opportunity to meet the cast of Beatrix Potter’s books at Beatrix Potter World and not far away the chance of endless adventure opportunities at Fell Foot Park or Brockhole with formal and informal play areas and activities to get children into the wild. Bowness and Windermere are well connected to the rest of the area by boat, bus and car so the whole area is yours to explore. Visit wildlife rich Morecombe Bay, shop in the attractive market town of Kendal or follow Wordsworth to Grasmere, the options are endless.