Seat How accommodation summary
The accommodation is all laid out on the ground floor
Living room with dining area
Garden with stunning views
Garage for bike storage
Plenty of on-street parking available or you can park in front of the garage just over the road
The beds will be made up for you, please remember to bring your own towels
The house is heated by gas central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
Sorry, no pets
The cottage is non-smoking
A delightful bungalow for two people, Seat How is the retreat you've been looking for. Enjoying an enviable elevated position, you're away from the hustle and bustle but still only a short walk down the hill into the centre of Keswick - you really have the best of both worlds here.
Set down off the pavement, 11 steps lead down from road level to the bungalow and there are then two steps up to the front door. Once inside, all of the accommodation is laid out on the ground floor. Light, bright and airy, you'll feel instantly at home in Seat How. The porch is a handy storage place for boots and coats and leads through to the warm hallway. The living room is a wonderfully welcoming room, just perfect for unwinding after a day out exploring. Catch up on some TV or grab a good book and simply enjoy a few moments peace. There is a sofa and two arm chairs here, as well as a dining table for two.
The modern kitchen is well equipped, with a fantastic picture window to really make the most of the view - you'll be fighting over who gets to do the cooking or washing up and not the other way around! It is equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge (with ice compartment), and a washer/dryer.
Head a little further along the hallway to find the bedroom and bathroom. The lovely double bedroom is again decorated in calming neutral shades, and with plenty of storage and hanging space. Treat yourself to a long lie in and a relaxing morning cuppa in bed whilst you plan your day's activities. The modern bathroom has a shower over the bath (as well as the requisite WC and washbasin), perfect for an indulgent soak or an invigorating shower.
At the rear of the bungalow is a delightful garden on several levels - there's a patio and garden furniture at the top with further seating on the lower patio further below down 15 steps. With stunning views towards some of Keswick's best known fells: Skiddaw, Catbells, Causey Pike, Seat How to name but a few. You're sure to feel inspired by this breathtaking panorama. Over the road from Seat How is a garage. Available to store bikes in, why not bring yours with you and spend a few days exploring on two-wheels? There is plenty of parking on the road by Seat How, or you have your own parking space in front of the garage.