Just a stone's throw from William Wordsworth's Grasmere home, this
enchanting little cottage provides a romantic 4 star Lake District
retreat with a character all of its own. Inside the scene is set for
cosy evenings in, with subtle lighting and comfy furnishings around a
traditional woodburning stove. You'll also find an adorable 'sitting
out spot' for pre-dinner drinks or morning coffee al-fresco.
The location is also ideal; peacefully on the edge of Grasmere village
with breathtaking views to the famous Lakeland Fells, yet only a stroll
from tempting tearooms, handy shops, restaurants and pubs in the
Poet's Corner is also only a few minutes away from the shores of
Accommodation in detail
Permit parking available for 1 car. Enter to the well-equipped kitchen
/ dining room with antique-style shaker units, polished beechwood floor
and French doors to the pretty and secluded outdoor seating area.
Stairs lead up to the living room, with views to Silver Howe,
woodburning stove, deep-cushioned furnishings and mood lighting. Double
bedroom overlooking Dove Cottage (Wordsworth's former home) and
featuring a Victorian brass bed and antique pine furniture. Bright and
modern shower room.
Only a stone's throw from William Wordsworth's Dove Cottage, this
romantic Lake District self-catering property is nestled in a peaceful
conservation area on the edge of Grasmere village, close to the pretty
lake, but only a short stroll from shops, tea rooms and restaurants in
Grasmere's village centre.
It's a perfect location for a romantic break in the Lake District and
also provides easy access to no end of fabulous Lake District walks.
Try the route up to Easedale Tarn in the fells above the village, visit
the shores of nearby Rydal Water, or take on Fairfield, Silver How or
Loughrigg to name but a few! The Langdale Pikes are accessible from the
Langdale Valley, only a short drive away, and up the road at Thirlmere
you'll find the start point for an ascent of Helvellyn.
Grasmere itself is well-served for self-catering in the Lake District,
with lovely local shops and a vibrant market square. Drive a few miles
to Ambleside along the A591, and you'll find a more cosmopolitan
village centre with sophisticated shops, delis and acclaimed Lake
District restaurants such as The Glass House. Don't forget to explore
the wealth of excellent country gastropubs in the Lake District.