With astonishing views over Lake Windermere, this charming apartment offers stylish and contemporary accommodation with a snug, romantic atmosphere!
The facilities at The Park are fully accommodating to family needs, with a small shop open daily throughout the season, a fabulous range of boating facilities which are open to guest use and not to mention the fact that fishing is permitted (with the correct licenses), so grab your boat and your waders and visit this lively yet peaceful area of the Lake District.
Whether you are planning your honeymoon or are visiting for a special occasion, eager to explore the rolling countryside or simply slipping away for a few days, Cragholme is the ideal home-away-from-home in one of the most enticing Lake District locations.
The luxurious Hill of Oaks Park makes up the anatomy of the Old Lakeside Stone Mill, set in an almost antique woodland, boasting panoramic views across Windermere. This Park offers a private location, while still only being a ten minute drive from the lively village of Bowness, therefore Cragholme offers a secluded lakeside holiday, or an exciting, activity filled holiday.
Accommodation In Detail
Pet friendly two bedroom property sleeping up to four persons, overlooking Lake Windemere. Cragholme provides a ground floor apartment with breathtaking views of Windermere from the main living area. Parking is next to the property alongside the private patio area.
Cragholme is perfectly located right in the soul of the Lake District, why not take a trip a few miles up the road to Bowness Village; where you can begin to fall in love with the Lakes. The village is scattered with cafes and restaurants serving local Lakeland delights and there is heaps of choice for an evening out including a cinema, theatre and even a lakeshore nightclub! There are plenty of accessible essentials such as greengrocers and supermarkets and even some less essential, but still fabulous, shops where you can purchase Lake District memorabilia.
Lake Windermere's list of activities are endless, if you're in the Lake District for a lively, fun-filled holiday then why not hire a rowing boat, canoe or kayak? Or maybe you are more confident on dry land, you could take a stroll up Orrest Head in Windermere, a very central and easy walk providing fabulous views. For a more strenuous walk you could head up Gummers How, a short steep route to a viewpoint high above the Lake, which on a clear day, provides a panoramic view of Lake Windermere. After soaking up the breath taking views, on the way back down to reality, visit the Mason's Arms at Strawberry Bank for some pub grub.
If it's history you're after, you can take a car ferry from Bowness to the west shore of Lake Windermere, where you can delve into the area which spurred Beatrix Potter to write many of her famous novels.
As a Guest at Hill of Oaks, you will receive two tickets to either Ullswater Steamers; where you get the chance to glide across what's known as 'England's most beautiful Lake' or Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway; The Lake District's longest, oldest and most scenic railway. Ullswater is only a 45 minute drive from the site and Ravenglass is only a 50 minute drive along the coast road.
Sleeps up to 4 people
Two double bedrooms
Breathtaking lake views
Fully equipped kitchen
Private parking space
Balcony with bistro set
Bike storage facility
Boat launching facility
Dogs welcome (max 1)
Laundry service available