Lamb Corner House accommodation summary
Open plan living, dining and kitchen area.
Two king-size bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms
Family bathroom with large "p" bath and over bath shower
Raised deck with dining table and seating
Parking for up to two vehicles
Towels will be provided
A cot is available for children under the age of 2 (please bring your own cot linen)
A high chair is available
The house is heated by oil fired central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
Sorry, no pets
The cottage is non-smoking
Christma and New Year: A decorated Christmas Tree will be provided for guests to enjoy.
Lamb Corner House is a delightful cottage sleeping up to six people in three wonderfully comfortable bedrooms. The house has been recently refurbished and every possible detail has been thought of by the owners to make it a welcoming and luxurious place to spend your break. Visitors will find countless thoughtful touches including high quality hand soaps, bespoke mirrors using local wood, well designed lighting, excellent showers with drencher heads and a fabulous raised deck making wonderful use of the stunning fell views from its south westerly aspect not to mention all the surrounding fields where you'll see plenty of lambs in springtime.
On arrival at Lamb Corner House there are several wooden steps to the front door through which you'll find a porch with boot tray and hanging space. Perfect for all that outdoor wear you're sure to use during your Lake District stay.
From here you are greeted by the wonderful open plan living, dining and kitchen area. It's a splendid airy open space drawing in light from several large windows and two double doors leading out on to the decking. It has rustic oak flooring, a sumptuous leather corner sofa, Smart TV and DVD player and a delightful built-in window seat which makes the perfect place to curl up with a good book and occasionally look up to enjoy the beautiful rolling views that this marvellously situated property commands. A step up takes you up to the lovely raised dining area with seating for six around the oak table. Adjacent to this is the extremely well equipped oak kitchen. It has granite worktops, a raised fan oven, halogen hob, an eye level microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer and all the crockery and utensils the foodies among you will relish. It makes an extremely sociable food preparation space made all the more delightful by the double doors opening out onto the raised decking which has space for outdoor dining and a wonderful built-in barbecue making use of the old chimney breast. Aside from eating outside you might well find it the perfect place to enjoy an al fresco morning cuppa or sunset glass of wine.
The high spec finish continues as you head through the hall to the colour co-ordinated bedrooms. All of the bedrooms boast wall mounted televisions with Freeview, solid oak furniture, comfortable mattresses, hairdryers and thoughtfully chosen local artwork and photography. You first arrive at the "green room", a king-size bedroom with luxurious en-suite shower room, built in dresser and wardrobe and a large bay window looking out to the front of the house. Moving on you'll find the "blue" king-size master bedroom, another luxurious space with a built in wardrobe and dresser, a large bay window overlooking the woodland to the front of the house and an en-suite shower room with a large walk in shower enclosure. Moving on to the "purple" twin room, this has an oak wardrobe and dresser and looks out to the rear of the house over the fields where you can enjoy the sight of the new lambs gambolling around in the spring.
The family bathroom has a large "p" bath with over bath mixer shower and a large drencher head. An ideal space to soak away tired muscles from those long walks.