This attractive and aptly named Lakeland apartment forms part of an original woollen mill just off the absolute heart of Grasmere village centre with walls of glass enjoying the stunning scenery, a perfect escape from it all in the majestic Lake District.
Ingeniously created this hideaway resides above a craft shop and restaurant and even with its central setting it enjoys complete peace and quiet.
With a private parking space right outside Weavers is set on the first and second floor and boasts the superb glazed gable end. Grasmere is renowned for its connections with Wordsworth and is regarded as one of the most scenic and idyllic places to be in the Lakes. Walking is fantastic in every direction and the mountains appear so close you can almost reach out and touch them from Weavers. There is a host of excellent eateries within a few yards and this is a place to relax, enjoy the scenery and Grasmere itself, perfect!
Accommodation in detail
Park right outside the rear of this property in your private parking space; entrance is shared with one other apartment and the cafe; a staircase leads to the first floor and private entrance door. Hallways with access to the living room with superb wall of glass and relaxing furnishings. The kitchen has all you may need and with pleasant outlook. On this level is the large bathroom and then upstairs to the two bedrooms; the kingsize is a fantastic room with gable end wall of glass and original beams and the twin room also has a lovely outlook.
Nestled in the very heart of the Lakes, Grasmere is a lovely place for a romantic break in peaceful surroundings. With the views beginning at home, you'll be tempted to take on such famous Lake District walks as Silver How, Lang How and Helm Crag. Rising very close to the property is the impressive 'Fairfield Horseshoe' - keen walkers will be spoilt for choice.
But a holiday property in Grasmere isn't just a dream for walkers. This historic Lake District village is famed for its connections with the poet William Wordsworth, who lived in the village at Dove Cottage - now owned by the National Trust and open to the public as part of the Wordsworth Museum. Artists will enjoy browsing several watercolour galleries in Grasmere, particularly the Heaton Cooper Studio which displays the Cooper family's famous work as well as that of inspired local artists.
The village centre has all the facilities you'll need during your self-catering holiday in the heart of the Lakes. From local shops and supermarket to quaint tea rooms and acclaimed restaurants - the Good Food Guide-listed Jumble Room is a treat for a special occasion. For touring by car or exploring the Lakes, the A591 leads you effortlessly south past Rydal Water to Ambleside on the northern shore of Lake Windermere, or north to Keswick and Derwent Water. Also easily found to your south are the breathtaking Langdale Valley and the Lake District's third largest lake, Coniston.
Central Grasmere hideaway
Contemporary electric pebble fire
Bathroom with 'P' shaped bath and power shower over
Electric oven and hob
Fridge & freezer
Washing / dryer
Private parking for 1