This beautiful stone cottage is one of eleven situated a stone’s throw away from Esthwaite Water, on the verge of the rolling Lake District National Park. It can comfortably accommodate four guests making it perfect for a group of friends or a small family.
The property is spread across a single spacious open-plan bottom floor, containing a double and twin bedroom. Adjacent to the bedrooms is a shower room. Heading out into the sitting room, you’ll be greeted by a cosy and welcoming wood burner stove that is guaranteed to keep you warm in the evenings.
Derwentwater also has all of the creature comforts you could ever want from a home from home. Boasting a Smart TV to watch all of your favourite films and shows and a kitchen stocked with the latest modern appliances allow you to cook whatever you want for your guests.
This exquisite stone cottage strikes the perfect balance between rustic and contemporary charm. It’s the ideal rural getaway and part of the collection of Esthwaite Farm Cottages near Sawrey. It can comfortably accommodate up to four guests, so it’s perfect for a breakaway for a small family.
Located Near Sawrey, on the doorstep of the Lake District National Park, it’s the perfect destination for those wanting to get out into the countryside and enjoy some of the most breathtaking lakes and rolling countryside in the whole of the country with plenty of watersports to experience.
Meanwhile, inside the property itself, after a day of exploring the nearby surroundings, it’s the perfect place to relax after a long day. The wood burner in the sitting room is the ideal place to warm and relax alongside your guests whilst watching TV on the luxurious Smart TV.
There is plenty to do if you choose to stay in these holiday cottages in Far Sawrey. Aside from exploring the entirety of the Lake District that is on your doorstep, there is also plenty more to experience. One such place is the nearby landmark of Hill Top, which is a farmhouse that dates back hundreds of years and was home to the famous British novelist Beatrix Potter.
Next to this landmark is also a local pub and restaurant owned by the National Trust that goes by the name of Tower Bank Arms (also featured in one of Potters books). If you fancy a spot of fishing, there are also plenty of lakes that offer the perfect spots and there is also a nearby steamboat museum located on the shores of the breathtaking Lake Windermere.
You can also experience Lake Windermere for yourself by hiring a boat from Bowness Bay Marina and sailing down England’s largest lake. They boast a fleet of over 14 electric and six motor-powered boas to choose from. All in all, there is something to do for anyone and everyone who decides to stay in these beautiful cottages and you certainly won’t regret choosing to stay at Derwentwater.
If you’re looking for a quaint rural getaway with unspoilt views of the rolling countryside nearby and to be a short drive away from the wonderful Lake District and all of the nature trails and lakes it has to offer, Derwentwater should be the only choice. Even if you don’t want to explore, why not enjoy a bit of alfresco dining whilst taking in the nearby views.
A few notes are that the nearby Graythwaite fishery is free to fish for all guests; however, you must have your rod fishing license and if you wish to keep your catch, there is a small fee. In addition, water to the property is locally sourced from the freshwater lakes and filtered.
Finally, if you wish to use the wood burner in the winter to keep you and your guests warm during your stay at Derwentwater, logs and kindling are available to buy by putting the money into an on-site honesty box.