Whitesyke accommodation summary

Ground Floor

Open plan living, dining and kitchen area
Utility room
Shower room with WC

First Floor

Master bedroom with super-kingsize bed
Twin bedroom
Family bathroom

Outside

Picnic bench for outdoor dining
Gardens to the front and rear

Parking

Large gravelled parking area (please remember to keep the gate closed at the bottom of the drive)

Other Info

Towels will be provided
The house is heated by gas central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
Sorry, no pets
The cottage is non-smoking

Whitesyke has a queen-size sofa bed for an additional two people plus the dining table will fit six comfortably around it (please note, the seating in the living area is better suited to 4)

General Description

Whitesyke is a charming cottage for four in the stunning setting of Nether Wasdale. Refurbished to a very high standard and boasting period features galore this modern-rustic gem is a perfect base for enjoying the Western Lake district. The owners have elegantly decorated the house with a mixture of comfortable furnishings, high spec appliances and well-chosen local art and photography. Added to this, the underfloor heating and cosy woodburner give Whitesyke a warm and welcoming feel from the moment you arrive.

Guests enter via the back door to the house where they'll find a large and unusually welcoming utility room. There's a comfy bench, Belfast sink, under-counter washing machine and tumble dryer along with plenty of coat hooks, a substantial shoe rack and underfloor heating to dry out any muddy walking boots. From the utility room you access the stylish downstairs wet room and WC. There's a gorgeous mixer shower with an added drencher head for a luxurious soak. The utility leads through to the gorgeous open plan living space, first to the well-equipped kitchen. 

The modern soft close kitchen units house a built-in Siemens double oven (the smaller top combi-oven can also act as a grill or microwave), four gas hobs, dishwasher, fridge freezer and all the crockery and cookware you'll need for your stay. There's a breakfast bar dividing the kitchen from the dining area making for sociable meal preparation. The large dining table has a restored church pew and chairs for enjoying long post-dinner chats planning your Lakeland adventures. The other end of this room has a delightful living area with a large comfy sofa (which is also a sofa bed which can accommodate a further two people) and Parker Knoll style armchair arranged around a cosy woodburner and Smart TV with DVD player.

Heading upstairs via the open-tread corner staircase guests arrive first at the gorgeous master bedroom. It's a lovely haven with a sloping beamed ceiling, metal framed super-kingsize bed, dresser and midi wardrobe making the most of the available space. A Velux window drenches the room with light while a low-level window makes an ideal outlook while sitting in bed with a morning cuppa. The characterful twin room has offset single beds and a chest of drawers for storage. Also on the first floor is the beautiful family bathroom. Boasting three skylights, a luxurious double ended bath as well as a separate shower enclosure with giant drencher head it's an indulgent space to hide away and soak tired fell-walking muscles.

Outside the house there's plenty of wild space for children to explore not to mention a wonderfully gnarly Yew tree standing guard over the cottage. Dry stone walls border woodland to the rear while a small sloping field stretches out to the front. A large picnic bench is just outside the front door for making the most of all the afternoon and evening sun that Whitesyke enjoys.