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Watermillock, Ullswater, Lake District
SLEEPS : 4
BEDROOMS : 2
BATHROOMS : 2
PETS : No
Ullswater View has it all! Fabulous accommodation with beautiful views of the nearby lake and surrounding countryside, a great pub with its own microbrewery just a short stroll away and a cosy wood burning stove to come home too.
The cottage is moments away from Lake Ullswater with its many attractions including the Ullswater Steamers, Aira Force and some of the best walks within the Lake District as well as being on the Ullswater Way, a circular route around the lake. Many characterful villages are dotted around the lake with pubs and shops, hotels including the Inn on the Lake, Sharrow Bay and Another Place Hotel offer fine dining and afternoon teas for special occasions or simply to enjoy a delicious meal. Pooley Bridge is a short drive with shops and pubs for casual dining. A trip over Kirkstone Pass will lead you to Bowness on Windermere or Ambleside making exploring the southern lakes easy and Keswick is a 25 minute drive.
Ullswater View is suitable for a family or 2 couples looking for accommodation all on the ground floor. The spacious open plan living accommodation has a cosy wood burning stove, the dining area enjoys lake views and a superb kitchen is equipped with everything you could possibly need. The lawned garden and terrace offer magnificent views to Ullswater and the fells towering above, perfect for lazy summer days.
The LPG centrally heated accommodation comprises: Enter through a sheltered porch to the spacious open plan living, dining, kitchen. Comfy sofas with a wood burning stove and TV. A glazed dining area opens onto the terrace and the uninterrupted views down the valley, the terrace also has table and chairs for dining alfresco in the sunny garden. The kitchen is well equipped with a large island and seated breakfast bar, electric double oven and hob, microwave, fridge freezer, wine cooler, dishwasher and electric boiling water tap. A separate sitting room also benefits from views over the lake and has comfortable sofas, TV, DVD and an inset LED electric fire. The rear lobby houses a cupboard with a washer/dryer and leads to a slate tiled bathroom with a shower over the bath, hand basin and WC. Ground floor twin bedroom that can be made up as a double bed on request. Double bedroom with king size bed and en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC.
Wi-Fi, gas, electric, logs, bed linen and towels provided. There is a cot and highchair available to hire at a cost of £10 and £5 respectively. Private parking for up to 3 cars. Lawned garden with terrace and garden furniture to take in the lake and fell views.
Parking up to 3 cars
TV with Freeview, DVD
Log burning stove
Towels & linen provided
Separate shower cubicle & bath
Dishwasher, microwave, fridge, gas oven with hob
Dishwasher, microwave, fridge, gas oven with hob
cost and highchair available to hire at a cost of £10 and £5 respectively
Lawned garden with terrace and garden furniture
“We’ve had a fab holiday in a beautiful house! Really high standard of accommodation gorgeous furnishings, extremely well equipped. We’ve had some good days out with the children to Lowther Castle, paddling in Pooley Bridge and Aira Force all nice and close. Thank you so much.”
The Morts and Woods families.
“Such a beautiful house. Enjoyed our stay to the fullest. Loved the garden, the lake, hills and trees!! Only the flies were the nuisance. But rest were awesome. We look forward to coming back to this house again.”
The Heeds Family
“What a wonderful stay we’ve had in such a beautiful place and home. We’ve enjoyed the lake, Aira Force and an extremely long walk over Place Fell. It’s great coming back to such a lovely home each day. Thank you for our excellent stay.”
The Heath Family
“What a beautiful place! Made even more beautiful by the amazing weather. Highlights included swimming in the lake, eating outside, and discovering the wonderful Fellbites Cafe. Can’t wait to come back.”
The Harrison Family
“WOW! What a fab house and location. We’ve stayed in properties all over the world and this is up there with the best. It has almost everything – I did mention to the owner that my granddaughter asked for ‘dippy’ eggs one morning and we couldn’t find any egg cups! And we’ve also been blessed with glorious weather with only 1 rainy day. Found some good eateries both locally and further afield in Keswick and Bowness. We hope to come back again.”
The Swift Family
“We have had a lovely holiday in your beautiful house, we couldn’t have chosen a better location to celebrate Mums 50th birthday! What an amazing view to wake up to every morning and only 50 yards away from the pub was always going to be a bonus! Thank you for a lovely stay.”
The Surplus, Emery and Yates families
“WOW, what a fantastic week we’ve had in this beautiful cottage. We’ve just loved the views, the layout and immaculate decor – a real luxury. We’ve also been blessed with beautiful weather – not a drop of rain!! We’ve made the most of it – highlights being kayaking and sailing on the lake with the friendly Glenridding Sailing Centre, a few pints at the Brackenrigg and a lovely morning at Wordsworth’s House in Cockermouth.”
The Lee Family
“The cottage is Amazing! We are in love with the modern decor and stunning views. Perfect for our girly weekend.
Thanks so much. The cottage is so clean A+!”
The Wednesday Club
“We have had an amazing weekend. Four generations celebrating Grandma’s Big Birthday. Perfect setting.”
The Richardson Family
Lake Ullswater is known as the most romantic lake within the National Park and walking along the shore line you can certainly understand why. There are many attractions in the area icluding the Ullswater Steamers, Aira Force and some of the best walks within the Lake District as well as the Ullswater Way, a circular route around the lake. Many characterful villages are dotted around the lake with pubs and shops, hotels including the Inn on the Lake, Sharrow Bay and Another Place Hotel offer fine dining and afternoon teas for special occasions or simply to enjoy a delicious meal. Pooley Bridge is a short drive with shops and pubs for casual dining. A trip over Kirkstone Pass will lead you to Bowness on Windermere or Ambleside making exploring the southern lakes easy and Keswick is a 25 minute drive.