The elevated setting of this stylish Lakeland cottage provides spectacular views to the Lake District mountains from almost every room. Nestled in a peaceful conservation area, only a minute’s stroll from Ambleside village centre, Luke’s Hoose achieves a perfect combination of traditional charms and contemporary indulgence.
It's a perfect living space for 2 couples, or a family, to spread out and relax at any time of year. Relax together, dine together, sit out on the patio to soak up the views or make the most of only a stroll to the many delights of Ambleside village and the shores of Lake Windermere.
Accommodation in detail
Private parking for 1 car 100 yards from the cottage. A short incline leads to this small terrace of attractive cottages. An entrance hall leads to the open plan kitchen / dining area, with large bay window, wall-mounted TV a great place to socialise. Upstairs to the first floor living room with gorgeous bay window views and cosy open fire. On this level is a double bedroom and separate shower room. Upstairs again to double bedroom with magnificent views and en-suite bathroom with shower over bath, and a single bedroom.
Ambleside is a historic village, well-served with contemporary shops and sophisticated evening entertainments. It nestles off the northern shores of Lake Windermere, against a superb backdrop of Lake District fells - it's no wonder that Ambleside is a popular base for walking in the Lake District. Ambleside's shopping streets are full of character, scattered with traditional Lakeland cottages and attractive historic buildings. But you'll find everything you could need during a self-catering holiday; from tempting delicatessens and handy supermarkets for stocking up the kitchen, to outdoor clothing stores and fashionable boutiques.
By night, why not sample some Lakeland ale in one of the many cosy pubs in Ambleside. Or, treat yourselves to a special meal at The Fulling Mill - just one of several excellent restaurants in Ambleside's village centre. There are also two quirky cinemas to choose from; Zeffirellis for mainstream movies and pizza lovers, or Fellinis Vegetarian Restaurant and Studio Cinema.
Ambleside's location on the A591 makes it a great base for touring the wider Lake District. You're within easy reach of must-see locations such as the Troutbeck Valley, historic Grasmere and the breath-taking Langdale Valley. You can also explore without a car; stroll to Waterhead Pier and take a Windermere Lake Cruise to Bowness or Lakeside.
Wonderful views in every direction
1 minute walk to village
Gas central heating
Shower room with power shower
En-suite bathroom with power shower over bath
Electric oven & gas hob
Fridge & freezer
Washing machine & tumble dryer
Terraced patio area with garden furniture
One private parking space