This captivating Grade II listed residence stands proudly at the foot of the Troutbeck Valley, only a stroll away from Windermere village and the shores of the lake. The spacious, gracious accommodation is flooded with light through gothic arched windows, full of relaxed window seats for quiet reading, but perfect for memorable social gatherings.
Family or friends will spread out in the superb living room overlooking the enclosed lawn, dine in the elegant conservatory, plan the day in the breakfast kitchen and retreat to the well appointed bedrooms-every one being special. However formal or relaxed your gathering, your guests can take this holiday at their own pace.
Accommodation in detail
Private parking for 3 cars outside Grange House. Spacious entrance hallway leading to the stunning drawing room with window seating, a warming open fire and a bay window overlooking the garden. A breakfast kitchen leads into the impressive dining conservatory. Utility and cloakroom with 3rd WC. The bedroom on the ground floor is a large single occupancy room. An original Victorian staircase leads to the further 3 bedrooms; 1 superb king-size bedroom and a further 1 super kingsize bedroom (master with en-suite bathroom) and additional single bedroom. The luxurious house bathroom features a Victorian roll top bath and separate shower cubicle.
This impressive Windermere holiday home takes a blissfully private but convenient location; nestled in enclosed gardens at the foot of the Troutbeck Valley and only a stroll away from Lake Windermere and Windermere village. The position of the property is at the edge of Windermere town with direct access onto the A591 to take you onwards towards Ambleside, just 4 miles away. Whether you plan to explore breathtaking Lake District walks and acclaimed country pubs in the Troutbeck Valley, take a scenic drive over Kirkstone Pass to Ullswater, or simply relax and soak up the sophisticated Lakeland lifestyle in Windermere village, Bowness Bay and Ambleside, this location has it all.
Nearby Windermere village has a Booths supermarket, local shops and butcher, lazy cafes and a selection of traditional Lake District pubs. If you venture a couple of miles further down the road, you'll reach Bowness on the eastern shores of Lake Windermere. Bowness is a lively Lake District holiday destination, with a vibrant high street of shops, cafes, restaurants and cinema. From the lake shore, hire boats come and go and the Windermere Lake 'steamers' ferry passengers the full length of the lake with stops at Ambleside and Lakeside. Windermere Golf Club is only a short drive out of Bowness, on the way to the Lyth Valley.
Head north on the famously scenic stretch of the A591, along the shores of the lake, and you'll reach cosmopolitan Ambleside. Ambleside is known for its contemporary shopping, excellent restaurants and lively walkers' community. Windermere Lake Cruises also depart just outside Ambleside, at Waterhead Pier.
1 king size, 1 super kingsize, 2 single
Bathroom with roll top bath & separate power shower cubicle
En-suite bathroom with double ended whirlpool bath & shower attachment
Cloakroom with 3rd WC / wash basin
Gas central heating & open fire
Garden with conservatory
Close to village and lake
Electric oven with 6 ring gas hob
Fridge & freezer
Washing machine & tumble dryer
Three private parking spaces
No high chair or cot available
Edge of town location