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4 bedroom Cottage near Ambleside, Ambleside, England

Ambleside, , England
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4 bedroom Cottage near Ambleside, Ambleside, England
Exterior | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Characterful living room with beams and wood-burning stove | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Characterful living room with beams and wood-burning stove | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Living room | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
Kitchen/diner | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Double bedroom | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Double bedroom | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Twin bedroom | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
Bathroom | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Bathroom | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Exterior | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Garden | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
Floor plan of ground floor | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
								Floor plan of first floor | Oaks Farm Cottage, Ambleside
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Price: From £111 per night to £443 per night Minimum stay 3 nights
Property Info
Accommodation Type
Cottage
Bedrooms
4
Guests
8
Features
  • Open Fire / Woodburner
  • Dishwasher
  • Fuel and Power Included
  • Pub within 1 mile
  • Woodburning Stove
  • WiFi
  • Bed Linen & Towels Included
  • Short Breaks All Year
  • Cot Available
  • Lake District
  • Bed Linen & Towels Included
  • Washing Machine
  • Pets – not allowed
  • Heritage Collection
  • English Country Cottages
  • Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
  • Country Cottages
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General Info
This charming 16th-century, beamed holiday cottage occupies a quiet position, yet stands only ½ mile from the heart of Ambleside – one of the more popular Lakeland locations. One of three, Oaks Farm Cottage has been carefully refurbished, retaining original character and featuring an 18th-century fireplace with log-burning stove – which provides a warm and cosy atmosphere during the cooler winter months. The secluded garden and terrace command views of the fells and make a perfect spot for dining al fresco.
Standing at the northern tip of Lake Windermere, amidst the astounding scenery of the Lake District National Park, Ambleside makes an ideal base for touring and exploring this magnificent area. The village itself dates back to Roman times – a long-deserted fort is situated close to the banks of the lake. In more recent times, Ambleside played its part in the Lancashire cotton industry. Mills were built on Stock Ghyll, which runs down from the fells close to the rear of the cottage – in fact the gentle sound of the waterfalls can be heard whilst in the garden. In the immediate vicinity there are many walks that take advantage of the wonderful flora, fauna and wildlife, most notably the famous Fairfield Horseshoe walk (which begins just yards from the doorstep). This area is ideal terrain for climbing, fell-running and mountain-biking, with a profusion of well-maintained National Trust paths, forests and pinnacles. For all its beauty, this area is perhaps most famous for its long history of poets; William Wordsworth’s house, in Cockermouth, is now a museum celebrating his life’s achievements, with Southey, Ruskin and Thomas de Quincey also residing in Cumbria at some point of their lives. Ambleside particularly benefits from a large number of good restaurants and friendly, character-filled inns, within a short walk of the holiday cottage. Shops 300 yards.
Accommodation Details
Occupying a quiet position, this charming 16th-century, beamed holiday cottage stands only ½ mile from the heart of Ambleside

This charming 16th-century, beamed holiday cottage occupies a quiet position, yet stands only ½ mile from the heart of Ambleside – one of the more popular Lakeland locations. One of three, Oaks Farm Cottage has been carefully refurbished, retaining original character and featuring an 18th-century fireplace with log-burning stove – which provides a warm and cosy atmosphere during the cooler winter months. The secluded garden and terrace command views of the fells and make a perfect spot for dining al fresco.
Standing at the northern tip of Lake Windermere, amidst the astounding scenery of the Lake District National Park, Ambleside makes an ideal base for touring and exploring this magnificent area. The village itself dates back to Roman times – a long-deserted fort is situated close to the banks of the lake. In more recent times, Ambleside played its part in the Lancashire cotton industry. Mills were built on Stock Ghyll, which runs down from the fells close to the rear of the cottage – in fact the gentle sound of the waterfalls can be heard whilst in the garden. In the immediate vicinity there are many walks that take advantage of the wonderful flora, fauna and wildlife, most notably the famous Fairfield Horseshoe walk (which begins just yards from the doorstep). This area is ideal terrain for climbing, fell-running and mountain-biking, with a profusion of well-maintained National Trust paths, forests and pinnacles. For all its beauty, this area is perhaps most famous for its long history of poets; William Wordsworth’s house, in Cockermouth, is now a museum celebrating his life’s achievements, with Southey, Ruskin and Thomas de Quincey also residing in Cumbria at some point of their lives. Ambleside particularly benefits from a large number of good restaurants and friendly, character-filled inns, within a short walk of the holiday cottage. Shops 300 yards

Step to porch. Beamed living room with wood-burning stove in feature fireplace and patio doors to garden. One step to well-equipped, fitted kitchen/dining room with beams, low ceiling and tiled floor. Two steps to twin bedroom with vaulted ceiling and two steps to en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Winding stairs to first floor: Two double bedrooms, one with 5ft bed. Twin bedroom. Shower room with toilet

  • Wood-burning stove – fuel included
  • Electricity, full gas central heating, bed linen and towels included
  • Cot
  • TV (Freesat & Teletext)
  • DVD
  • Microwave
  • Washer/dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Wi-fi
  • Small garden with patio and furniture
  • Parking (for 4 cars)
  • No smoking
  • NB: Slopes in garden

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