Miss Potters Loft, Bowness
Arrival day: Friday | Sleeps: 2
A quirky and contemporary apartment in central Bowness, nestled above the 'World of Beatrix Potter' attraction and boasting views over the village to Lake Windermere. Miss Potter's Loft is a perfectly formed bolt hole for couples - enjoy your flexible independence in this fantastic central location. Inside, you'll find a distinctive character property with a sophisticated finish. Vaulted exposed beams and stripped wooden floors, luxury leather furnishings and mood lighting, glossy kitchen and designer bathroom. The master bedroom has a boutique French farmhouse theme.
The owners regret that this property does not accept children under 12 years old.
Accommodation in detail
Private parking for 1 car. An old Victorian staircase leads to the private first floor entrance. Enter to the open plan living / dining area with exposed beams, Grossmann mood lighting, leather furnishings and Juliet viewing balcony. The neat fitted kitchen area is set apart by a dividing beam and the breakfast bar. Master double bedroom with sloped ceiling and two large windows. The designer house bathroom enjoys a view to the lake and shower over bath.
This contemporary Lake District apartment lies right at the heart of bustling Bowness village, on the eastern shores of Lake Windermere. Bowness is alive with sophisticated shops, acclaimed Lake District restaurants, traditional pubs and trendy bars...Bowness even has a cinema and theatre to enjoy. But, the real attraction is the lake itself.
Stroll along the picturesque shores, hire a row boat for a day on the lake, or take an elegant Windermere lake cruise to Ambleside or Lakeside. The famous Lake Windermere 'steamers' depart regularly and into the evening; a great way to explore without even taking your car. A
Just outside Bowness you'll find the WIndermere Golf Club, on the way into the scenic Lyth Valley (to the east of Lake Windermere). If golf isn't your thing, we recommend a trip into the Lyth Valley anyway. You'll find gorgeous walking routes, and a renowned selection of Lake District country pubs and restaurants that have made the valley famous.
Exploring the wider National Park is a breeze from Bowness. Lake District bus tours depart from the village, along with good bus connections to other Lake District villages. By car, you're only a couple of miles from the A591 - the main route into the heart of the Lakes.