A secluded and romantic retreat, with a village centre location that’s hard to beat… Ambleside is bustling and vibrant throughout the year and from Courtyard Cottage you never have far to go to reach your favourite restaurant or bar or see the latest films. Conveninent yet secluded from the hustle and bustle, Courtyard Cottage is a real find.
In the winter the cottage is warm, cosy and inviting, while in summer the totally private courtyard and garden is a wonderful place to sit out for a coffee in the morning sun or share a drink at sunset. Sitting in this secluded, quiet sun trap, it is almost impossible to believe that the centre of Ambleside, and all it has to offer, is only a stone's throw away. Courtyard Cottage is an ideal place for a relaxing break in the lakes at any time of year. The delightful interior, blending country cottage-style charm with sophisticated modern comfort, has everything you could need for a wonderful holiday. Courtyard Cottage is very popular and enjoys many repeat bookings. The property has received a Gold Award for "Exceptional quality of accommodation and Customer Service". Parking in the designated space requires reversing up a sloping driveway from the one way system and luggage will need to be carried a short distance to the property. A parking permit is also provided to give guests the choice of using a nearby car park instead.
Accommodation in detail
From your private off-road parking space, a one minute stroll up a gentle slope and a short flight of attractive Lakeland stone steps lead to the attached cottage with its enchanting furnished courtyard. The entrance hall, with oak floor, leads to a chic yet homely living / dining room with sumptuous leather sofas and a window to your courtyard. The contemporary kitchen has all you need for dining in. The king-size bedroom features a lovely oak bed, and also overlooks your private courtyard. The bathroom is modern, fresh and beautifully tiled with shower over bath.
A holiday cottage in Ambleside is a real treat for a romantic break in the Lake District. With the stunning shore of Lake Windermere and its memorable lake cruises only a stroll away, the village centre is alive with lose-yourself shops, tempting delis, indulgent cafes and acclaimed Lake District Restaurants such as the famed 'Glass House'. You'll find traditional Lakeland pubs, interesting historic buildings, friendly local character and a host of experts just waiting to give you advice on the most unforgettable walking routes in the Lake District.
For day trips throughout the Lakes, a bolt hole in Ambleside is an ideal one. Whether you're walking in Langdale, driving the Kirkstone Pass or heading to William Wordsworth country in Grasmere, you'll make simple journeys with no complex navigation. The A591 provides a simple route north to Rydal Water and Grasmere, or south to Windermere and bustling Bowness. Of course, you could always take the boat!
1 king size
Gas central heating
Coal effect gas fire
Luxury bathroom with shower over bath
Electric double oven
Washer / dryer
Wonderful courtyard patio
Garden furniture with parasol
1 minute to village centre
One private parking space plus parking permit for 1 vehicle in nearby SLDC car park.