This is a wonderful 17th century farmhouse, full of character and beautifully furnished throughout, in an amazing location at the head of Loweswater, one of the prettiest lakes in the Lake District. Sleeping up to eight people in four bedrooms, The Place is the perfect retreat for large families or groups of friends looking to spend quality time together.
Situated in one of the most scenic areas of the Lake District, you will have easy access to the best of what the area has to offer – walking, cycling, boating and sight-seeing. And for those rainy or lazy days there is abundant living space, with a large LED Smart TV, huge library of movies and efficient broadband.
Loweswater is a tranquil, unspoilt location in the western Lake District. Ancient woodland cloaks the lower slopes of Burnbank Fell and Carling Knott right down to the side of the lake. These woodlands are home to many rare and interesting wildlife including red squirrels, deer and many species of birds.
The Place has been recommended by Stella Magazine as one of the best romantic getaways! The journalist wrote, "This is the Lake District without the crowds. At the head of Loweswater, with swoon-worthy views across the lake, stands the newly renovated, characterful 17th-century The Place. After a day's walking, cycling, or just sitting in the large garden, the cottage's luxe touches - coffee maker, underfloor heating - are welcoming and cosy. A short walk through the woods brings you to The Kirkstile Inn for great food and own-brewed beer. Simply idyllic.