Regular visitors will know the characterful square in the centre of Hawkshead village, and this delightful area, much loved by photographers and artists, is the setting for Sandy Wyke Cottage . Here you can relax and enjoy the pleasures of village life just a short stroll to the pubs and cafes, local shopping for your everyday needs. With wonderful countryside all around, you can explore and ramble in the heart of Beatrix Potter country and there is hardly any need to use the car once you have settled in.
Hawkshead makes a perfect setting for a holiday in any season. There are a number of good local places to eat and numerous, interesting local shops. Grizedale Forest is just up a nearby lane where you will find extensive walking and cycling trails and of course- a ramble to the beautiful Tarn Hows must not be missed.
Accommodation: Front door leads into a welcoming lounge, neatly presented with wrought iron and tiles electric fire with feature surround (TV, BT vision,Wi-Fi). Charmingly furnished throughout, with a compact attractive kitchen set to the right of the lounge.
The dining table overlooks Hawkshead square. Stairs lead you up to two bedrooms, the first being a king with solid wood furnishings and co-ordinated decor and a view of the Hawkshead village and church. The second room is a twin with sash windows overlooking Hawkshead with latterbarrow in the background (the two rooms do also have an interconnecting door). Newly fitted family bathroom (shower over bath, WC,Basin) and a separate cloakroom (WC,basin).
Outside: A parking permit is supplied for one car, and a quaint area at the front of the property provides a perfect place to take in the Hawkshead life right in the village centre.
Sorry no pets * non-smoking * duvets/beds made up for arrival * electric fire * Wi-Fi * all fuel included * electric cooker and hob * fridge * freezer * auto washer/dryer * in village centre * please note this property is on a Saturday changeover * high chair available - please order * towels included.
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