With breathtaking views from almost every window, this contemporary country cottage is part of the select Bracken Fell development at Outgate – a small village within easy reach of both Ambleside and Hawkshead. Although modern and stylish in presentation, Honister Cottage retains the charms of Lakeland with traditional stone exterior details and cosy stove within. You’ll find comfortable space for 2 or 3 people.
There's a super dining area within the cottage and both the Outgate Inn and the acclaimed Drunken Duck Inn and Restaurant are within enviably easy reach. If you're struggling to choose between rural and central, this might just be your ideal choice.
Accommodation in detail
Lakeland stone porch with space for walking clobber, leading through to the spacious, bright and airy hall and dining area. Continue to the comfortable lounge, with superb views through dual aspect windows, deep-cushioned sofas and warming woodburner-style stove (gas for ease). The spacious kitchen includes a breakfast bar. The first en-suite double bedroom is on the ground floor, then upstairs to the king-size en-suite double bedroom. Both bedrooms have fresh and relaxing bathrooms. At the front of the cottage is a private furnished patio.
The Bracken Fell development of select Lake District country cottages nestles between Ambleside and Hawkshead, in the peaceful village of Outgate.
There are a handful of traditional cottages in here, as well as the all-important Outgate Inn. Perfect after a day on the fells!
A self-catering cottage in Outgate makes a great base for walking in the Lake District. The cottage is surrounded by scenic strolls for all abilities, and there are many famous Lake District walking routes nearby. The Langdale Valley is only a short drive away, overlooked by the famous Langdale Pikes and offering wonderfully scenic valley strolls. Coniston water and the Coniston Old Man fell walk are also within easy reach.
There are also some lovely routes surrounding Hawkshead, such as Tarn Hows and Easedale Tarn. In the surrounding countryside, you'll explore the landscapes that inspired the author Beatrix Potter. You can also visit her former home, Hill Top, at Near Sawrey.
For sophisticated shopping, acclaimed Lake District restaurants and the delights of Lake Windermere's shores, head to Ambleside. It's only a few miles away and the perfect place to stock up the kitchen. A short stroll will take you from the village centre to Waterhead Pier. From there, WIndermere Lake Cruises provide a scenic route to Bowness and Lakeside.
1 king size, 1 double
Gas central heating
Feature gas woodburning stove
En suite bathroom with power shower over bath
En suite shower room with power shower
Electric oven & gas hob
Shared enclosed garden with private patio / terrace
Two private parking spaces
No babies or children under the age of 12