|Short breaks||From £170||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||No|
Groom Cottage provides a truly rural retreat in the heart of the northern fells in the village of Uldale. The setting will appeal to fell walkers, ramblers, bird watchers, water sports enthusiasts and those wishing to enjoy a peaceful break amidst the beauty of the northern lakes. Converted from the coach house of the Old Rectory, Groom Cottage is comfortable and extensively furnished to meet all your holiday needs. Mae's Tea Room and Gallery is 400 yards from the cottage, where you can enjoy a drink and a snack,The traditional "Snooty Fox" public house is only 2 minutes stroll away and the surrounding countryside of the 'Back o Skiddaw and the Caldbeck Fells offers a fell lover's paradise.Read more about Groom Cottage
The ground floor accommodation is heated by gas central heating and comprises:
Lounge/dining room: A comfortable room with beamed ceiling, decorative Victorian fireplace, TV/DVD, CD/cassette/radio and circular dining table.
Kitchen: With solid oak units with granite worktop, electric hob and oven, fridge, integrated dishwasher, washer/dryer and adjacent rear coats lobby.
Bedroom 1: Small double bedroom.
Shower room: With shower, WC and hand basin.
All electric, fuel and bed linen included. There is no cot available as there is no room for a cot in the bedroom. 1 dog welcome (or 2 small dogs by arrangement) Wi-fi available
Outside there is private parking and a large enclosed established walled garden with garden furniture.
Property can be let with Coach House Cottage 119122 to sleep up to 6.
Please note the property is not suitable for babies or children.
Please note: There is an Access statement available for this property, if required please call 01228 599 960
|Nearest town||Keswick||Shops||3 miles|
|Distance||10 miles||Restaurant||10 miles|
|Nearest railway station||Carlisle||Pub||200 yards|
|Distance||15 miles||Lake||3 miles|
Located high in the Northern Lakes on the northern fringe of the Lake District National Park lie the ancient fell villages of Caldbeck, Hesket Newmarket and Uldale. This area is rich walking and cycling country, with breathtaking local peaks such as Skiddaw and Blencathra, old mine trails and picturesque limestone gorges with waterfalls waiting to be explored.
This area is rich walking and cycling country, with breathtaking local peaks such as Skiddaw and Blencathra, old mine trails and picturesque limestone gorges with waterfalls waiting to be explored. It really is a place to ‘get away from it all’ but is also within comfortable reach of Bassenthwaite, Derwentwater and Ullswater lakes.
The renowned Mae’s Tea Room and Gallery in Uldale is open throughout the year, serving tasty home cooked food through the day and some evenings and exhibits paintings by local artists.
Named after the ‘cold beck’ which runs through the village, Caldbeck was once an important centre for lead mining and corn and woollen milling. The old mines have long since blended back into the dramatic landscape and the mills are now craft workshops and a locally well known restaurant called ‘Priests Mill’. At the centre of the village is St. Ketingern’s church dating back to 1112.
Just down the road is Hesket Newmarket, a pretty village set around a wide green with a canopied market cross. Hesket is also known for its tiny brewery which supplies several local inns within the area.
To check availability for full weeks and short breaks view our price and availability calendar
From £170 for 3 nights
Call us: 01228 599960
A very pleasant cottage. Cosy & comfortable,very clean & thoughfully equipped,lovely garden.
If you are looking for a quiet and leisurely holiday with superb accommodation-look no further!
Lovely well maintained property in beautiful location.
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