Gallery Mews Cottages, Thornthwaite, Keswick, Cumbria
Gallery Mews Cottages are housed within a 200 year old Lakeland barn, idyllically situated three miles to the west of Keswick, within the Lake District National Park.
The tranquil location is set within spectacular scenery and commands views of the majestic peak of Skiddaw at the front and is set against Thornthwaite Forest at the rear.
Rowan Cottage: Sleeps up to six and provides a very spacious living room overlooking the garden with views of Skiddaw. The accommodation includes a large living room (with folding double bed), kitchen with breakfast/dining area, two bedrooms (one with double and one with twin beds) and newly refurbished bathroom (with large corner shower ). The lounge has a gas powered wood-effect stove (gas included in the price).
Elm Cottage: This cottage sleeps two and provides very generous accommodation. The living room has a magnificent arch entrance and patio overlooking the garden with views of Skiddaw. The accommodation includes a studio screened double bed and fitted wardrobes, lounge area, kitchen (with breakfast bar), shower room and separate toilet.
Birch Cottage: Sleeps up to four. This cottage provides a comfortable L-shaped living room overlooking the garden with views of Skiddaw, two bedrooms (one with double bed and one with twin beds) kitchen and bathroom (with bath and electric shower). Birch Cottage price is inclusive of electricity.
The Cloisters: Sleeps up to six. This Large cottage has excellent facilities including fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher and range cooker, utility room with washer and separate freezer. Separate dining room, large lounge with Inglenook fireplace, remote controlled gas fire, three bedrooms, One king sized and two twins. Downstairs shower room and upstairs bathroom with walk in shower and bath. Private garden with extensive views of Skiddaw.
The cottages are in the village of Thornthwaite, between Bassenthwaite Lake and Derwentwater, and enjoy the benefits of a secluded well-kept garden. Cottages are for 2, 4 or 6 people. There is an excellent variety of good eating close by with a choice of a healthy selection of pubs and inns.
Thornthwaite, having ready access to the A66, makes an ideal centre for touring the northern and western fells and lakes, providing an easy holiday option for walkers and tourers alike. Thornthwaite is on the Coast to Coast cycle route and you can enjoy many cycle rides or walks from here without needing to move your car. Yet Keswick with its many attractions, cafes, pubs and restaurants is just 5 minutes drive away, and Cockermouth, the birthplace of William Wordsworth is about 15 minutes away.
3 Star Visit England.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for exact details.
Telephone: 01768 778248 / 07880 234357
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 6