A gorgeous and sophisticated cottage in the sleepy hamlet of Satterthwaite, between Hawkshead and Lake Windermere, blissfully secluded yet only a stone’s throw from the village pub. A true character yet contemporary barn, Cherry Tree is captivating throughout; 2 double bedrooms and a beautiful bathroom, spacious open plan living space on the first floor with access to the delightful patio garden.
On the ground floor is a well equipped kitchen / dining room as well as separate utility and 2nd WC / was basin. Grizedale Forest surrounds this beautiful hamlet boasting some of the best mountain biking trails in the country along with 'Go Ape', a must for adventure junkies yet the walking throughout this magnificent part of the Lakes is hard to beat.
Accommodation in detail
Park right outside and enter into a hallway with space for walking clobber, on this level is the well equipped kitchen / dining room as well as a separate useful utility and the second WC / wash basin. On the first floor is the beautiful living space, with windows all round and patio doors leading to the enchanting patio / garden area, complete with furniture and perfect for al-fresco life. The living space is sophisticated and relaxing, a sociable place to plan your next day out, even equipped with an office space for taking full advantage of the Wi-Fi. The top floor has the two pretty double bedrooms and the modern bathroom facility.
This Satterthwaite holiday home enjoys a peaceful, picturesque location between the lakes of Coniston and Windermere, just south of Hawkshead village. The sleepy hamlet is surrounded by a natural playground of stunning landscapes to explore; a great base for walking and outdoor adventure as well as for escaping the everyday rush.
To the north, Grizedale Forest is an intriguing network of walking routes, cycle paths and sculpture trails. Lake Windermere lies to the east, and a car-ferry crossing can take you across the lake to explore the lively attractions of Bowness village.
Also close by is the village of Near Sawrey, where Beatrix Potter famously lived and was inspired to write her children's stories. Visit the author's home at Hill Top and explore her favourite places; such as Esthwaite Water and Moss Eccles Tarn.
Hawkshead village itself is easily reached to your north; a charming historic village of whitewashed Lakeland cottages, car-free cobbled streets and interesting local shops. You can stock up the kitchen there, or drive just a few miles to Ambleside village.
Gas central heating
Luxury bathroom with monsoon shower over bath
Ground floor cloakroom / 2nd WC / was basin
Electric oven & gas hob
Dishwasher / microwave
Fridge & freezer
Enchanting patio garden with garden furniture
Private parking for 1