Owl's Roost accommodation summary
Living room/dining area
King size bedroom
Super king bedroom (please note that this can be made up as a twin instead)
Bathroom (has bath with separate shower enclosure)
There is parking for up to two cars. One space is off road parking next to the garage. The second space in on street parking. You could fit a VW size camper van in the parking space for the cottageOther Info
Towels will be provided
The house is heated by oil fired central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
Sorry, no pets
The cottage is non-smoking
Although infants are welcome, neither of the bedrooms are large enough for a travel cot so there is not a cot or a high chair provided. A moses basket or similar will fit.General Description
Owl's Roost is a beautiful perch from which to enjoy a northern Lake District break. This spacious comfortable cottage sleeping up to four people is ideally placed to make the most of this stunning area.
On arrival at the cottage you have an entrance hall from which there is a drying room with plenty of room for coats and muddy boots, and a laundry with washer and dryer. There's also a handy downstairs loo off the hall. The staircase then leads up to the light modern kitchen. This room has an airy gallery feel about it as it has stylish lighting and several windows looking out on to the garden and surrounding woods. It's very well equipped with dishwasher, microwave, fan oven and induction hobs.
The light spacious living/dining room is a delight. It has fresh thoughtful decor with local artwork, a large oak dining table, a comfy sofa with two armchairs and crucially a cosy log burning stove. There is a large television with Freeview along with a DVD and VHS player. The owner has thoughtfully left a selection of discs and tapes as well as board games to while away evenings. That said you might be perfectly well entertained with the stunning view, it certainly is hard to tear yourself away from. This room is blessed with a huge window opening up a stunning panorama of the fells from the mighty Skiddaw to Binsey and beautiful Bassenthwaite Lake. Whatever the weather this magnificent view has something to offer, it also looks out onto the lovely garden.
Off this room are the two beautifully furnished bedrooms. The main bedroom has a king size bed and the second has a superking bed which can be made up as twins if that's preferable. The calm, light colour scheme continues through both rooms with some lovely examples of local artwork on the walls and both rooms look out on to the trees around the driveway. As the owner has put bird feed, nest boxes and of course an owl box here the visiting bird life is varied and you can sit and enjoy a cuppa in bed in either room watching the comings and goings of the feathered visitors.
Outside the enclosed garden is a lovely spot for outdoor dining. It has mature trees and shrubs and once again is blessed with many birds visiting. It, of course, has that majestic view over to Skiddaw which makes it a wonderful place to enjoy a glass of wine as the sunset light lands on the mountains.