Rule of 6 - Lower Occupancy at Huckleberry House 50% off until Mid February
Use of the 4 bedrooms on 1st floor only, all en-suite (2 bedrooms with shower rooms, 2 bedrooms with bath and separate shower).
Huckleberry House is a beautifully presented property ideal for friends or extended families that offers high quality accommodation with plenty of space for everyone and well located with easy access, close to the southern shores of Lake Windermere and the popular “foodie” village of Cartmel.
The living accommodation is all located on the ground floor with a choice of six bedrooms spread over the next two floors, each bedroom benefits from its own ensuite facilities and with options of some rooms being presented as super king or twin bedded rooms Huckleberry House offers the flexibility to meet guests specific requirements.
The living accommodation includes a comfortable dual aspect sitting room, a dining room ideal for larger family gatherings or special occasions and the adjoining kitchen is well equipped for larger groups with triple ovens, two fridges and two dishwashers.
With plenty of space both in doors and out, Huckleberry House, is an excellent property whatever the time of year.
Please note this property sleeps a maximum of 13, infants included.
Accommodation in detail
The front door of Huckleberry House opens to the hallway that links the principal living rooms; the sitting room, dining room, the kitchen and also benefits from a cloakroom WC. The paneled, dual aspect, sitting room is bright and airy with large windows and high ceilings. Relax in the comfortable sofas and armchairs arranged around the coffee tables, two cosy electric log burning stove and TV. A door from here leads to the garden and patio. The dining room is presented with a large family dining table big enough for everyone to gather for celebration dinners or extended family gatherings. The kitchen is presented with due consideration to the size of the property with plenty of cupboard space, a large kitchen inventory, a fridge/freezer, second fridge, three electric ovens, a gas hob and microwave.
Stairs from the hallway lead to the four bedrooms on the first floor; the first is presented with a super king bed or twin beds and an en-suite bathroom room, the second is presented with a super king or twin beds (and the option of an additional single bed if required) and a large en-suite bathroom with feature bath and walk in shower. The third and fourth bedroom are both presented as king rooms and both benefit from en-suite shower rooms.
A further flight of stairs leads to the second floor and the two remaining bedrooms where you have a choice of a smart king size rooms with feature beams, lovely views and en-suite shower room and the final bedroom a king benefits from an en-suite bathroom room with overhead shower. Each bedroom has its own TV and in addition to the facilities mentioned above all the en-suites include a toilet and basin. (Please remember to confirm your bedroom requirements to ensure the bedrooms are correctly prepared prior two your arrival – three of the rooms can be made up as either super king size or twin rooms and one also offers the option of an additional single bed). This property can only accommodate 1 cot.
To the side of the house there is a large lawned garden with mature shrubs and trees along with a patio with outdoor garden furniture.
A laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer is shared with the neighbouring property as is the electric car charging point. Private parking is available for five cars.
The southern end of Lake Windermere is renowned for its peaceful atmosphere, being much quieter than the busier Lake District holiday destinations further up the lake. However, you're very close to the hamlet of Lakeside and Lakeside Pier, where the famous Lake Windermere steamers depart regularly to Bowness and Ambleside - a wonderful way to explore these areas without driving.
There are some lovely walks in the area, such as Wainwright's Finsthwaite Heights route from Newby Bridge. The route approaches High Dam - a picturesque tarn that you might just have to yourselves on quieter days. You'll also find several Lake District family attractions within easy reach. Also at Lakeside is the Lakes Aquarium - a fresh water aquarium displaying local wildlife. The Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway offers an opportunity to take a short trip on a restored traditional steam train.
Lake District historic sites such as Holker Hall and Gardens, Cartmel Priory, Stott Park Bobbin Mill, Sizergh Castle and Levens Hall are all within easy reach by car, with no need to navigate through busy tourist areas.
This unspoilt medieval village of Cartmel is situated in a quiet valley in one of England's most outstanding areas of natural beauty on the fringe of the Lake District National Park is only a five minute drive away
Offering stunning views of the South Lakeland District fells and countryside, Cartmel has grown up around its famous 12th Century medieval Priory Church. It is a special place where ancient history and tradition mingle effortlessly with the present day.
Although steeped in history, Cartmel is not trapped in time and the village offers today's visitors many modern surprises in the form of fine quality attractions, shops, a wide variety of traditional Lakeland inns and cutting edge gourmet restaurants including the internationally acclaimed Michelin Star restaurant, L'Enclume. Around the village square you will discover a delightful assortment of genuine 16th - 18th century buildings.
All this and the famous Cartmel racecourse providing national hunt racing in its most original format is just off the centre of the village square. With its party crowds and funfair, Cartmel rekindles the social gathering tradition of the original steeple to steeple chases.
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.