Dog-friendly Hammerhole is a cottage on the shores of Lake Windermere, with its own private jetty. With stunning views and a well-presented interior, this is a wonderful location for a relaxing getaway.
Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome, and there is ample off-road parking.
The spacious interior promises a comfortable stay, and with oil central heating and a gas fire in the sitting room, this property is warm at any time of year.
The sitting room has fantastic views over Lake Windermere, with patio doors leading to the water. There is a gas fire for extra comfort, plenty of seating, television with Freeview, and a DVD player. A dining area is also to the side of this room.
The kitchen is well-equipped, with two ovens, microwave, fridge freezer and dishwasher. There is also a washer dryer in an external utility area. If you’d rather let someone else do the cooking, there is a home-cooked meal delivery service available.
There are five bedrooms: a ground-floor king-size double with ensuite bathroom (bath, basin and WC), then a second king-size double and three twins. There is a ground-floor shower room, with further bathing facilities upstairs. Bed linen and towels are included in the rent.
Free WiFi is available close by at Home Farm courtyard.
Relax on the lakeside patio with furniture, a perfect place to take in the lake views after a day of exploring with your dogs.
Loved the jetty and the large comfortable home. Everything we needed was provided. Magical experience for our family and dogs.Sykes Cottages – September 2018
Location and surrounding area
The cottage sits on the 5,000-acre Graythwaite Estate. The central courtyard of the estate is a 10-minute drive away, where you can make use of leisure facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, fitness suite (cost for use), table tennis and children’s play area. There is also a 2.5-acre trout fishing lake, for which you will need a licence if you would like to fish.
The estate boasts numerous walks around its forests and woodland, and in the summer, you can explore its well-tended gardens.
In nearby Grizedale Forest, you can hire mountain bikes or experience a treetop Go Ape adventure. You can also book canoeing and climbing from the on-site staff.
The village of Hawkshead is just 4.3 miles away. Once home to Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth, this village is historic and picturesque, with its whitewashed 17th century houses, archways and courtyards.
Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the cottage, it may not always reflect its precise location, please only use this map as a guide. In addition, the property information displayed above comprises an advertisement. takethedogs.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the advertisement. Please contact the advertiser directly to obtain the most accurate and up to date prices and destination information.