|Short breaks||From £1630||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||Yes|
INTRODUCING OUR LATEST PROPERTY ON THE TERRACE
SUMMER SPECIAL During Summer 2013 the property is available for shortbreaks
Friday x 3 nights £1830 Monday x 4 nights £800
Weekends outside School Holidays Friday 4pm to Monday 10am £1630
Midweek breaks outside school holidays Monday 4pm to Friday 10am £850
Winter weekends from Friday 4pm to Monday 10am from Nov 2013 to Mar 2014 £1360
Winter midweek from 1st November 2013 to March 2014 (except Christmas and half term) only £800
Designed by Augustus (AWN) Pugin for the original directors of The Kendal Windermere railway, Number One , the flagship house on The Terrace is now available as a holiday let sleeping 14 people. The house has been renovated in a boutique hotel style, whilst retaining the features which gave it its grade II listing.
On the ground floor there is a beautiful hand made kitchen with 4 oven Aga, it's a fabulous space to cook up a gastronomic delight. Next door is a large utility room for those muddy boots and dogs and a very posh downstairs toilet. The large lounge has sumptuous leather Chesterfield sofas to seat up to 20 people in front of the fire. Perhaps Number One's most special feature is a bar/dining room/party room. We've designed the space around get togethers, it has the capacity for the occupants of both number One and Two The terrace to dine together or if you've taken even more of our 5 houses on The Terrace you can push the tables back and use the room as your very own bar. There's even a shuffleboard in the hallway for inter house tournaments.
On the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms each with their own unique style. Bedroom one is a king size with en suite bathroom. Bedroom 2 has a super king size sleigh bed. Bedroom 3 is a standard double with antique style metal bedstead. Bedroom 4 is decorated and furnished in French style. There is also a large family bathroom with walk in wet room and huge free standing bath
The second floor is home to a room we affectionately call "The Dormitory", it has 4 single beds, the perfect place for the kids to disappear into. Next door is a double room with sloping feature eaves. There ia an elegant bathroom with shower over bath and a second shower room Outside is a large patio ares with outdoor furniture, perfect for a barbecue.
This property can be booked together with any of the neighbouring properties or RENT THE WHOLE STREET Boston House (127199) and Bannerrigg (127195) Alice Howe and White Moss to accommodate up to 66 people in 30 bedrooms!Read more about Number One, The Terrace
Property has gas central heating and comprises:
Kitchen: Beautiful handmade kitchen with 4 oven Aga
Large Utility Room: For those muddy boots and dogs
Toilet: With WC
Large Lounge: With sumptuous leather Chesterfield sofa's to seat up to 20 people, open fire
Dining Room/Bar/Party Room:
Bedroom 1: With king size bed with en suite WC and shower
Bedroom 2: With super king size
Bedroom 3: With double bed
Bedroom 4: With king size family room
Bathroom: With wet room style shower, bath and WC
Bedroom 5: With 4 x single beds
Bedroom 6: With double bed
Shower Room; With shower wash basin and WC
Bathroom: With shower over bath, wash basin and WC
All fuel and bed linen included. Wi-fi available (however due to the remote operation we cannot guarantee this will be compatible with your system)
Outside; Large patio area with furniture and BBQ. Parking for 4 cars. 2 dogs welcome.
Please note: There is a refundable damage deposit of £200 payable one week prior to arrival
|Nearest town||Windermere||Shops||500 Yards|
|Distance||500 Yards||Restaurant||500 Yards|
|Nearest railway station||Windermere||Pub||500 Yards|
|Distance||500 Yards||Lake||1.5 Miles|
Lake Windermere is perhaps the best know area in the Lake District and Windermere village itself is about 1km from the lake. The lake stretches from Waterhead, near Ambleside, to Lakeside at its narrow southern end, over 10 miles in length and the largest lake in England. Wooded slopes dotted with cottages and houses line its shores, while the water itself is usually busy with ferries and yachts.
Windermere is not as busy as it’s near neighbour, Bowness-on-Windermere, but has its own charms and attractions. It has excellent amenities and a good selection of shops, restaurants and bars all within easy reach. The village has good public transport links with its own train station and bus routes.
Troutbeck Bridge lies to the north in between Windermere and Ambleside; handy for both but located just off the beaten track. Troutbeck Bridge has its own local amenities including a public swimming pool and a local pub. Between Troutbeck Bridge and the Low Wood Hotel lies Brockhole – The Lake District Visitor Centre. This has an adventure playground, exhibitions, café, shop and extensive grounds down to the lake and jetty.
Situated between Kendal and Windermere is the lovely village of Staveley which is often referred to as the Gateway to the Lakes. It mainly comprises of grey slate buildings which are nestled between the Rivers Kent and Gowan. It is ideally placed for exploring the rest of the Lake District and is only a few minutes away from the beautiful Kentmere valley.
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