A contemporary, detached Lakeland retreat with a peaceful south-facing garden, located just a short level stroll from the centre of Grasmere yet surrounded by lush green countryside. Rowanberry Cottage is modern and in a very quiet location with an incredibly relaxed atmosphere. It is one of our most popular holiday homes and a great place to escape to!
The strategically positioned picture windows enable you to take full advantage of the amazing views. The patio doors open onto a charming enclosed patio, where many lazy days can be spent.
One of the king-sized beds can be made up as a twin.
Rowanberry Cottage would make a perfect holiday retreat for anyone wishing to explore the central Lake District.
Accommodation in detail
Entrance hall with cloakroom / 3rd WC, leading to the spacious dining kitchen. Light and airy lounge with relaxed furnishings and patio doors, leading to the garden. Upstairs there are two fabulous bedrooms, both with king-sized beds and en-suite bathrooms and excellent views to the surrounding fells. One of the bedrooms can be made up as a twin, so please specify your requirements when you book. Please note that this property is strictly non-smoking, and is unsuitable for babies or children. Private parking for 2 cars.
Grasmere is located at the very heart of the Lakes, west of Ambleside and north of both Coniston and Hawkshead. A holiday cottage in Grasmere provides easy access to no end of famous Lake District walking routes. Stride up to Easedale Tarn in the fells above the village, stroll on the peaceful shores of nearby Rydal Water, or take on Fairfield, Silver How or Loughrigg to name but a few!
Grasmere village centre has a market square and a number of useful shops, tea rooms and a select few very good restaurants - including the Good Food Guide listed Jumble Room. There are several good pubs in the village and the surrounding area.
Although hugely popular with tourists and walkers, Grasmere remains a relaxed village location with a real air of history. Explore the legacy of artists who've been inspired by the landscapes around the village - of particular note is the Heaton Cooper Studio.
The famous poet William Wordsworth lived in Grasmere while writing some of his most famous poetry. His former home can be visited at Dove Cottage & the Wordsworth Museum, and his family grave is one of the most visited literary shrines in the world.
2 king size doubles ( 1 can also be a twin - specify when booking)
En-suite power shower room
En-suite bathroom with power shower over bath
Cloakroom with 3rd wc
Enclosed south-facing patio/garden
Edge of village setting
Private parking for 2 cars
Gas central heating
Electric oven & hob
Fridge and freezer