Ambleside, Lake District,2 mins walk to centre of village which still has a village feel but many facilities
About Pat Davies
We have owned Crag View for over 20 years, we love it and look after it as if it is our second home. Our children grew up loving the Lakes, we took them on walks and when they were little and they kept saying when will we be there. I am ashamed to say we bribed them with sweets. Now, in their thirties they want to come all the time and go on even longer walks but they now bribe us to go on long walks. They love going up there for a complete change of pace from their busy lives. They, and we, have been all over the world but the view from the cottage is still one of the best we have ever seen.
Pat Davies purchased this Cottage in 1987
Why Pat Davies chose Ambleside
We love the Lakes, the change of pace, the lovely relaxed feel of Ambleside, the numerous good place to eat and the fact we can walk down to a cinema to see the latest films in 5 minutes! We bought the cottage because we had one further up the hill but we always said if this came up for sale we would try to buy it. We bought it without going inside because of the view. We have completely renovated it inside and continue to do so.
What makes this Cottage unique
It is just the best, it has a spiral staircase up to the top floor which a large twin room with its own bathroom. Adults love it, children adore being upstairs.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 5 - &&
Homely cottage with amazing views
Very nice people excellent communicators
Lovely cozy cottage in a fantastic location. Perfect for us for a few days break.
The property was not as we thought
Lovely house - great location and views
About 1 hours drive to coast
Ambleside is 25 minutes from Junction 36 of the M6. It is a very straight run through from the motorway. Mainline Virgin trains run into Oxenholme Station, it is then a 30 minute taxi ride or trains run from there to Windermere Station which is then 10 minutes away. Manchester Airport is 1 hour away.
Ambleside Centre is two minutes walk away. Windermere is 10 minutes away. There are numerous little villages and wonderful scenery. Ambleside is really in the centre of the Lakes, Keswick is the north and Kendal in the south are about 40 minutes away. The coast is less than an hour's drive.
Ambleside is a bustling little Lakeland town, with (at the last count) 27 places to eat, there are 6 cinema screen all small and cosy. Numerous climbing shops in which to buy all manner of walking gear. It has three small supermarkets, shops but there is a very pleasant large supermarket in Windermere. All interests are catered for in the nearby area, apart from climbing and walking there is sailing, rowing, fishing, horse riding, quad biking, visiting gardens, gourmet restaurants.
There are a couple of climbing walls in the climbing shop just at the bottom of the Bluehill Road.
Parking is free in the village with a disc obtainable in the local shops. There are banks, cash machines, a post office and a tourist office. There is information about local activities in the cottage and the tourist office is a great source of information.