Romantic Cottages in Hawkshead

If you’re looking to sweep your loved one off their feet, then you have found just the place. Come and enjoy a dream romantic cottage […]

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If you’re looking to sweep your loved one off their feet, then you have found just the place. Come and enjoy a dream romantic cottage in the picturesque village of Hawkshead. It is no secret that the Lake District is renowned for being a romantic destination and you will certainly see why. When it comes to romance Hawkshead is the idyllic place. Retreat into an unspoilt village that has still retained its traditional charm. Choose from a wide variety of self catering accommodation with romantic seclusion, stunning views and cosy log fires. It’s just perfect for the two of you. The village of Hawkshead is nestling in the beautiful vale of Esthwaite, and is characterised by the cluster of whitewashed higgledy – piggledy houses. Wander hand in hand around the quiet village with its beautiful old buildings, churches, and rich history. And what better way to spend an hour or so sampling the local ales and cuisines.

The local pubs in the village centre provide a relaxed and cosy atmosphere. From roaring log fires to open beer gardens; it’s perfect no matter what time of the year. Sit and soak up the Lakeland air and the views beyond.

Hawkshead Relish based in the centre of Hawkshead has a unique range of pickles, jams, marmalades and of course chutneys. It is definitely worth a visit to sample the range of food on offer. If you take a walk to Hill Top you will find to the stunning home gardens owned by Beatrix Potter. Full of her favourite things, this house appears as if Beatrix had stepped out for a walk. Every room contains a reference to a picture in a ‘tale’. Beatrix Potter took her inspiration from the garden for Peter Rabbit. Those that have read the books will know that the romance behind this fairy tale story is world renowned.

The lovely cottage garden is a solitude of mixed flowers, herbs, fruit and vegetables. Make your way up the garden path to the front door and see for yourself why Beatrix loved this place. Bought in 1905 with proceeds from her first book.

If you fancy a break from the humdrum of the village square there are plenty of places you can escape to. How about a wonder around the stunning Wray Castle? Found overlooking Lake Windermere with extensive gardens, this beautiful castle certainly sets the mood. To make it even more special how about taking a bottle of bubbly down to the lake shore to watch the sunset.

Hawksheads neighbouring villages, Far Sawrey, Near Sawrey are certainly worth a visit. And if you fancy a change the small car ferry leaves from Far Sawrey and will take you to the village of Bowness.

Hawkshead oozes natural beauty, with a laid back, friendly village atmosphere. This could be the reason after all why couples choose to come back year after year. Whether you are looking to spend cosy nights indoors in front of an open fire or quality time with your loved one taking in the exceptional and picturesque scenery, then Hawkshead is the place to stay. And with so many romantic cottages to choose from and with such romantic surroundings, go ahead, book one of our fabulous properties and start looking forward to an unforgettable self catering holiday in the Lake District.

Romantic Cottages in Hawkshead

If you’re looking to sweep your loved one off their feet, then you have found just the place. Come and enjoy a dream romantic cottage in the picturesque village of Hawkshead. It is no secret that the Lake District is renowned for being a romantic destination and you will certainly see why. When it comes to romance Hawkshead is the idyllic place. Retreat into an unspoilt village that has still retained its traditional charm. Choose from a wide variety of self catering accommodation with romantic seclusion, stunning views and cosy log fires. It’s just perfect for the two of you. The village of Hawkshead is nestling in the beautiful vale of Esthwaite, and is characterised by the cluster of whitewashed higgledy – piggledy houses. Wander hand in hand around the quiet village with its beautiful old buildings, churches, and rich history. And what better way to spend an hour or so sampling the local ales and cuisines.

The local pubs in the village centre provide a relaxed and cosy atmosphere. From roaring log fires to open beer gardens; it’s perfect no matter what time of the year. Sit and soak up the Lakeland air and the views beyond.

Hawkshead Relish based in the centre of Hawkshead has a unique range of pickles, jams, marmalades and of course chutneys. It is definitely worth a visit to sample the range of food on offer. If you take a walk to Hill Top you will find to the stunning home gardens owned by Beatrix Potter. Full of her favourite things, this house appears as if Beatrix had stepped out for a walk. Every room contains a reference to a picture in a ‘tale’. Beatrix Potter took her inspiration from the garden for Peter Rabbit. Those that have read the books will know that the romance behind this fairy tale story is world renowned.

The lovely cottage garden is a solitude of mixed flowers, herbs, fruit and vegetables. Make your way up the garden path to the front door and see for yourself why Beatrix loved this place. Bought in 1905 with proceeds from her first book.

If you fancy a break from the humdrum of the village square there are plenty of places you can escape to. How about a wonder around the stunning Wray Castle? Found overlooking Lake Windermere with extensive gardens, this beautiful castle certainly sets the mood. To make it even more special how about taking a bottle of bubbly down to the lake shore to watch the sunset.

Hawksheads neighbouring villages, Far Sawrey, Near Sawrey are certainly worth a visit. And if you fancy a change the small car ferry leaves from Far Sawrey and will take you to the village of Bowness.

Hawkshead oozes natural beauty, with a laid back, friendly village atmosphere. This could be the reason after all why couples choose to come back year after year. Whether you are looking to spend cosy nights indoors in front of an open fire or quality time with your loved one taking in the exceptional and picturesque scenery, then Hawkshead is the place to stay. And with so many romantic cottages to choose from and with such romantic surroundings, go ahead, book one of our fabulous properties and start looking forward to an unforgettable self catering holiday in the Lake District.

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