If you’re looking for a Lakeland character property in a world-renowned location, at the heart of the Lakes and immersed in the landscapes that have inspired artists and poets for hundreds of years, then Pavement End Cottage will leave you enchanted. A detached superbly located cottage with breathtaking unforgettable views over Grasmere Water itself.
Inside the atmosphere is homely but indulgent; sumptuous fabrics and furnishings, those wonderful views from every single window, two living rooms, a conservatory, a very well equipped kitchen and ground floor cloakroom and then upstairs to the three en-suite bedrooms, all with magnificent views. The patio garden also boasts the lake vies and all this only a few hundred yards from the heart of Grasmere village centre.
Accommodation in detail
Private parking for 3 right next to your detached lakeside cottage; wander through the patio garden to an entrance porch. Entrance into a superb living room with bay windows and sumptuous leather furnishings. The second living room has a wonderful picture window complete with window seat overlooking Grasmere Water and this room extends into a dining area with viewing balcony. From here you can gain access into the conservatory also boasting the stunning scenery.
The kitchen is very well equipped and has access to the patio / garden as well as having a ground floor WC / wash basin. Upstairs to the three bedrooms, the master king size with en-suite bathroom having bath and separate shower cubicle; the double bedroom gazes over Grasmere Water and also has en-suite shower room and then the single bedroom which also provides an en-suite shower room has a clever single bed which can extend into a double bed for occassional use.
At the very heart of the Lake District National Park, Grasmere is an adorable Lakeland village with ample facilities for self-catering breaks - including some excellent pubs and restaurants. It's full of Lake District charm and character and also steeped with artistic history; William Wordsworth lived here in Dove Cottage (open to the public) during one of his most productive periods as a poet. Local painters have also long been inspired, and several watercolour galleries exhibit in the village including the renowned Heaton Cooper Studio.
This fascinating village is a great place to base your self-catering holiday. On lazier days, explore the quaint village centre or take a peaceful riverside walk. Nearby Rydal Water is a particular joy.
If you're looking to hit the fells and explore secluded tarns, you're in the right place. A manageable hike leads up to Easedale Tarn, amidst fells above the village. Serious walkers might attempt Fairfield, Silver How, Helm Crag and Loughrigg; all within easy reach. A starting point for Helvellyn is only a short drive up the road at Thirlmere.
2 king size
1 single stacker bed making a double for occasional use
Detached Lakeland Cottage
Breathtaking lake views
Gas central heating
En-suite bathroom with shower attachment over the bath
& separate power shower cubicle
2 further en-suite shower rooms
Ground floor cloakroom/4th WC & wash basin
Conservatory & 2 living rooms
Gas oven & hob
Fridge & freezer
Washer / dryer
Private parking for 3
Patio / garden with lake views and furniture
Walking distance to village and 300 yards to country pub
2 reception rooms