Key Moss Farmhouse is one of our NEW cottages!
Happily-situated in the glorious rolling countryside of south Lakeland you’ll find Key Moss Farmhouse, a stunning 18th Century farmhouse for up to nine people. With five elegantly appointed bedrooms, extensive gardens, wonderful views and plenty of socialising space it makes the perfect place for a family gathering or a small group visit. Retaining much of its original character while having been lovingly refurbished to a very high standard it has every detail the history buff will adore along with all the comforts of a 21st Century home.
Witherslack is made up of a scattering of hamlets in the delightful area between Windermere and Morecambe Bay. The distinctive limestone topography makes for some wonderful walking and quiet cycling while wildlife enthusiasts are spoiled with the wealth of nature reserves on the doorstep. Why not hire an e-bike and explore Foulshaw Moss to spot the visiting ospreys or to Meathop Moss in the hope of spotting red deer? Alternatively, visit Witherslack Riding Centre to enjoy the area on horseback. Spring is a magical time in the nearby woodland as a profusion of violets, bluebells, daffodils and primroses attract a wealth of butterflies. If history is more to your taste then short drives will take you to Levens Hall, Holker Hall and Sizergh Castle.
At Key Moss Farmhouse you’re just five miles from Newby Bridge at the southern tip of Windermere. Here you can hop on board one of the Windermere Lakes Cruises and take in the wonderfully picturesque surroundings of England’s largest lake. Why not indulge the children (and the big kids) by visiting The Lakes Aquarium at Newby Bridge? For the foodies Key Moss Farmhouse could scarcely be better placed as not only are you very close to the area known as Cumbria’s "Foodie mile", but a short drive will take you to Michelin starred dining at L'Enclume in Cartmel. Lovely Grange-over-Sands is just six miles away where you’ll be treated to wonderful views of Morecambe Bay while soaking up the bygone era feel of the town.