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Knotts Farmhouse

Windermere, Cumbria & The Lake District (Ref. 1042540)

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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

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  • “Lovely cottage.”

    Very clean. Great position for walks. Small and cosy living room. Loved seeing the birds on the windowsill. Views are fabulous. Excellent contact with heart of the lakes beforehand. Easy to book and use the website.

    Very clean. Great position for walks. Small and cosy living room. Loved seeing the birds on the windowsill. Views are fabulous. Excellent contact with heart of the lakes beforehand. Easy to book and use the website.

    - Ms Sleightholm, November 2021

The property

There can be few properties in the whole of the Lake District which offer such stunning views as Knotts Farmhouse. It sits in an elevated hillside position overlooking the lower Troutbeck Valley taking in the whole vista of Lake Windermere with the western fells of Coniston Old Man and the Langdale Pikes in the distance. Whatever the weather this view will enchant you with its different moods and dramatic sunsets. The 17th century listed farmhouse is part of Knotts Farm and there are walks from the door up the Troutbeck Valley and into the hills. The road to Kirkstone Pass and over to Ullswater passes the gate and the property will make a fine spot from which to tour the whole of the Lake District or you may simply wish to relax on warmer days and enjoy the beautiful location. Accommodation: Front door into character sitting room - beamed ceiling, spice cupboard dated 1688, gas fired log burner, (TV, VCR, DVD player, mini hi-fi, radio and free Wi-Fi). Door through to the spacious farmhouse dining/kitchen which has a large table for family meals - a very sociable room and sure to be the focal point of any holiday. Inglenook fireplace with gas fired log burner. Good utility room with door to garden. Stairs from the dining kitchen give access to three bedrooms - two doubles, one of which has a king-sized bed, and a single - and a bathroom (bath, basin and wc). Further stairs from the sitting room lead to the two other bedrooms - one twin and one single - and a separate wc with washbasin and a separate shower. The farmhouse has a wealth of character features with many beams and interesting windows. There are views from all the west-facing windows. Fitted carpets. Furnishings are comfortable in traditional style with lots of personal touches to complete the home from home feel. Some double glazing. Outside: Sheltered west-facing patio with fine views leading to a large enclosed garden with lawn and shrubs and garden furniture. Ample parking for three cars in named spaces within the farm grounds. Pub restaurant and shop in Troutbeck Bridge approx. 1 mile down the hill.

Summary

  • There can be few properties in the whole of the Lake District which offer such stunning views as Knotts Farmhouse
  • It sits in an elevated hillside position overlooking the lower Troutbeck Valley taking in the whole vista of Lake Windermere with the western fells of Coniston Old Man and the Langdale Pikes in the distance
  • Whatever the weather this view will enchant you with its different moods and dramatic sunsets
  • The 17th century listed farmhouse is part of Knotts Farm and there are walks from the door up the Troutbeck Valley and into the hills
  • The road to Kirkstone Pass and over to Ullswater passes the gate and the property will make a fine spot from which to tour the whole of the Lake District or you may simply wish to relax on warmer days and enjoy the beautiful location. Accommodation: Front door into character sitting room - beamed ceiling, spice cupboard dated 1688, gas fired log burner, (TV, VCR, DVD player, mini hi-fi, radio and free Wi-Fi)
  • Door through to the spacious farmhouse dining/kitchen which has a large table for family meals - a very sociable room and sure to be the focal point of any holiday
  • Inglenook fireplace with gas fired log burner
  • Good utility room with door to garden. Stairs from the dining kitchen give access to three bedrooms - two doubles, one of which has a king-sized bed, and a single - and a bathroom (bath, basin and wc)
  • Further stairs from the sitting room lead to the two other bedrooms - one twin and one single - and a separate wc with washbasin and a separate shower. The farmhouse has a wealth of character features with many beams and interesting windows
  • There are views from all the west-facing windows
  • Fitted carpets
  • Furnishings are comfortable in traditional style with lots of personal touches to complete the home from home feel
  • Some double glazing. Outside: Sheltered west-facing patio with fine views leading to a large enclosed garden with lawn and shrubs and garden furniture
  • Ample parking for three cars in named spaces within the farm grounds
  • Pub restaurant and shop in Troutbeck Bridge approx
  • 1 mile down the hill.
  • 1 oven of type: electric
  • Hobs
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • TV
  • Dvd Player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and high chair inc. Parking
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop within 1.17 miles
  • Pub within 1.02 miles

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.

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About the location

WINDERMERE

Ambleside 5 miles; Kendal 8.7 miles.

The twin towns of Bowness and Windermere are both vibrant, fun-filled places set within the splendid scenery of the Lake District. Both towns provide a range of amenities, shops and restaurants to suit all tastes whilst Ambleside offers the additional attraction of a boat ride to Bowness, the Lakeside Aquarium and Beatrix Potter's 'Hill Top House' at Sawrey. Grizedale Forest Park is within easy driving distance and is home to a range of activities including many good walks, mountain biking and the 'Go Ape' adventure park. The region also boasts many National Trust properties as well as a variety of water sports for those who prefer a more adrenaline-fuelled trip. Children will enjoy a trip to the 'World of Beatrix Potter' in Bowness whilst the villages of Grasmere, Coniston Water, Kendal, Keswick and the Lakeland Mountains are all within easy reach.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter