Low Cleabarrow

Availability

£615 £555 - £1550

Area:
Windermere
Sleeps:
6
Bedrooms:
4
Changeover:
Friday
Arrival time:
18:00
Departure time:
9:30
Pets Allowed?:
0
Garden:
partially enclosed
Fire type:
wood burner
WiFi:
Yes
Nearest Pub:
1 mile

Low Cleabarrow is a traditional Lakeland farmhouse full of character and original features but brought luxuriously and tastefully right up to date. Sleeping six in four spacious bedrooms, two of which are king size with en-suites, it is perfect for extended family gatherings or for couples holidaying together. A beautiful farmhouse kitchen with large table and doors out onto the patio with barbeque will cater for everyone in style and the large living room is cosy and characterful with a wood burner in a slate fireplace surrounded by comfortable sofas for snug sociable evenings in. The big garden is secluded and quiet with a large lawn surrounded by trees and seating on a split-level patio, a lovely sunny spot to relax in.

Located in a rural spot on the outskirts of Bowness-on-Windermere, the village is just under 2 miles away by car. If you want to head off on foot, the Dales Way footpath runs close to the house and takes you into Bowness in just over one mile. For dining out guests can sample the fine dining menu at The Gilpin just up the road from Low Cleabarrow or head into Bowness and Windermere for a choice of pubs, restaurants and cafes. Keen golfers will enjoy having Windermere Golf Course nearby and anyone who enjoys messing about on a boat has a great range of hire and launching options to get out on Windermere. Walkers can take advantage of the network of lovely rural footpaths nearby with ever-changing but always beautiful views.

Low Cleabarrow is ideally located for exploring the southern Lake District. Bowness is just a short drive away giving you access to Windermere lake shore and the regular boat services across the lake linking all the local attractions as well as providing stunning views on the way. Explore the independent shops in the courtyards of the pretty market town of Kendal, follow the trail of Wordsworth to picture-perfect Grasmere or explore the lesser known areas of the Lake District peninsulas bordering on to Morecombe Bay.