Whillanside accommodation summary

Ground Floor
Kitchen with small dining table for four.
Sitting room with open fire and further dining area for six. 
Bathroom 

First Floor
Kingsized bedroom - with ensuite shower room
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom

Outside 
Enclosed garden with patio area and garden table and chairs 
Parking for one car

Other Info
The beds will be made up for you, please remember to bring your own towels
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 electric heating
Sorry, no pets
The cottage is non-smoking
Underfloor heating in the kitchen & bathroom.
Coal and logs are provided free of charge.
Although the cottage does not have wi-fi, most of the pubs in the local area do have this facility.

General description

Tucked away in the Eskdale Valley, Whillanside is a great base to explore the quieter side of the Lake District. The cottage is located in Boot but is set back from the street through a gateway and is private and not overlooked but still with the advantage of being just a few minutes walk from The Brook House Inn - a great place to sample some of excellent lakeland ales and fantastic food.

The sitting room is warm and comfortable with an open fire and reading material provided, along with radio & CD player. There is a TV with freesat and DVD player. There is also dining for six here.

From the sitting room is the kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. There is also a dining table for four here.

The kitchen leads to the bathroom which has a bath with mixer taps, toilet and sink. There is a washer-drier in the large bathroom utility cupboard.

The stairs lead from the sitting room to three bedrooms upstairs. There is a king sized bedroom with ensuite shower room (large 1mx1m shower cubicle, WC and basin), a double bedroom and a twin bedroom.

Outside there is a lovely enclosed garden, with a patio and garden table and chairs, which has outstanding views of the surrounding Eskdale fells.

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