Sula's Loft accommodation summary

Ground Floor

Shared hall and entrance to Sula's Loft

First Floor

Living/dining room
Kitchen
Family bathroom
Shower room and WC
Utility room

Second Floor

Kingsize bedroom
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom


Third Floor

Master bedroom suite with kingsize bed

Parking

There is no designated parking for the house. All parking is in the surrounding streets

Other Info

Towels will be provided
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 gas central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
A single dog is welcome at an additional charge of £20.00
The cottage is non-smoking
We ask for a damage deposit of £100. This will be returned in the fortnight following your stay.

General Description

Set in a Victorian terraced townhouse, Sula's Loft is a wonderfully spacious apartment laid out over three upper floors in Keswick. Sleeping up to eight people in four design-conscious bedrooms and boasting wonderful views from the upper floors, it makes a perfect base for a family or group of friends to make the most of the area. The place has been lovingly restored to make a welcoming base by mixing modern design and mid-20th Century pieces with personal touches reflecting the owners love of travel and local art.

Guests enter the property via the shared front door and entrance hall from which you access the inner door to Sula's Loft. There is coat hanging space immediately inside just before the staircase which takes you to the first landing. Here you will find the bathrooms and utility space. The modern family bathroom has a "p" bath with over-bath electric shower and a white suite. The gorgeous shower room next door has a stylish mixer shower with drencher head in a large curved enclosure, perfect for soaking away tired muscles after long fell walks. The light filled utility room is at the back at the house where there is a washer/dryer and sink as well as plenty of space to store your muddy walking boots.

Moving along to the other first floor landing you first reach the spacious kitchen, this has been thoughtfully equipped for the foodies among you with a fitted double oven, five gas hobs, microwave, dishwasher, two under-counter fridges, coffee percolator and all the crockery and cookware you'll need for your stay. There's also a small breakfast table making for sociable food prep and a large map to help plan your mountain adventures.

The delightful light living/dining room occupies the front of the house, it's a gorgeous space to relax with huge sash windows, a fresh colour scheme, stunning wall art and thoughtful design touches everywhere. There's a huge comfy corner sofa and two armchairs arranged around an open fire along with a large TV with Freesat box and DVD player for entertainment. There is also a Roku stick for streaming online TV content. The dining table comfortably seats eight for long post-dinner conversations.

Onwards to the second floor bedrooms. As with the rest of the house the owners have used vibrant colour touches and 20th century design classics alongside modern pieces to give a luxurious and quirky feel to the bedrooms. The spacious kingsize room has a wardrobe and chest of drawers for storage and a modern metal bedstead. The double room also has a metal bedstead and a built in cupboard with plenty of hanging and storage space while the twin room has a wardrobe and dresser and a great view over Keswick's rooftops to the fell tops beyond.

Lastly to the beautiful master suite on the third floor. This room is an absolute gem built in to the attic space of the house with a king-size bed, a coffee table and chairs, along with a hanging frame and large chest of drawers for storage. It has dual aspect windows with gorgeous views taking in a huge range of fell tops including Latrigg, Skiddaw and Blencathra to one side and Catbells, Maiden Moor and Grisedale Pike to the other. Why not make your morning cuppa and retire to the loft to make your decision on which fell you'll conquer?