Newby Bridge 3 miles.
Oak, a wonderfully fitted shepherd's hut in Cumbria's picturesque village of Haverthwaite near Newby Bridge, is hidden away.
Accommodating two, Oak is a great option for a couple looking for a pet-friendly retreat in the Lake District National Park.
A charming front garden with a Japanese style awaits your arrival, where you can dine alfresco while listening to the trickling river, or simply relax with your morning coffee.
The open-concept living area features a well-equipped kitchen where you can whip up tasty meals for two, ready to savour at the breakfast bar over a glass of wine, before kicking back on the inviting sofa and reminiscing about your day.
There's a fire pit, music area, and plenty of seating in the Arctic Hut if you don't feel like retiring for the night yet. You can also relax in the additional communal outdoor seating area also.
To unwind after a long day of exploring, return to your new home away from home and take a hot shower in the sleek shower room before climbing into the double bed to watch your favourite shows on the Freeview wall-mounted TV.
For a memorable escape to the Lakes, choose Oak.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 1113528 and 1113529, together sleeping up to 8 guests.
The Woodman's Huts
The Woodman’s Huts consists of three beautiful shepherds hut resting in the charming Cumbrian village of Haverthwaite. This collection offers fantastic pet-friendly, studio-style accommodation with well-equipped kitchens, underfloor heating, bespoke furnishings, well-appointed shower rooms, private gardens within the picturesque Japanese themed garden with water feature and decking, as well as access to the communal Artic Hut with fire pit/barbecue, plenty of seating and music area, along with an additional communal seating area. The surroundings enjoy the stunning landscape of the Lake District National Park, whilst being enveloped by a private woodland enclave. Local attractions within easy reach include the Holker Valley where you can enjoy scenic hikes, the Lakeland Motor Museum, the 16th-century Bigland Hall, the Rounsea Wood and Mosses National Nature Reserve and the River Leven. If you don’t fancy cooking, you can treat your loved ones to a well-deserved meal at the Anglers Arms which rests along the river. Next stop is Newby Bridge, where you will find a charming selection of pubs and a convenience store, along with the pamper Swan Hotel Spa. Continue onto Ulverston, where you will find further attractions including Ulverston Golf Club, the Shed 1 Gin Distillery, and the Laurel and Hardy Museum. Venture further afield to discover the delights of Windermere, where you can enjoy a plethora of watersports on the famous lake, tour The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction and the Windermere Jetty Museum, soak up the views from the viewpoints of Queen Adelaide’s Hill and Orrest Head, or tuck-in to fresh seafood at Hooked. Promising an unforgettable adventure to the Lakes, choose The Woodman’s Huts.
About the location
Bowness-on-Windermere 8 miles.
The small village of Newby Bridge takes its name from the five arched stone bridge built in 1651 over the River Leven. The famous Furness Railway, one of Britain's oldest working standard gauge steam railways, runs between Haverthwaite and Newby Bridge. Visit the Lakeside Hotels and enjoy magnificent views across Windermere and the surrounding fells, or enjoy the Aquarium of the Lakes, where the naturally themed habitats, bring the history of the Lakes vividly to life. Bowness-on-Windermere provides a lovely day out, plus the picturesque village of Hawkshead still retains the charm and character that so endeared it to its most famous residents - William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter, and admire the views at nearby Gummer's How.