Lake District self-catering for families or a family group of up to ten people Near Sawrey near Hawkshead. Visit England 4 star rated. Situated in the heart of the Lake District National Park : a UNESCO World Heritage site
Lakefield House stands in spacious and delightful gardens with its private drive. Inside the house you will be surprised by the cleverly-designed, roomy interior.
The magnificent and huge drawing room is designed to take full advantage of the glorious, atmospheric views (over Esthwaite Water and the Coniston fells), with sofas that invite you to relax and enjoy the scenery. Even if it rains you can still enjoy the view! Indeed, many of our guests find it difficult to tear themselves away from the mesmerising view! Historic pub, with great food, 4 minutes walk.
The House has a modern kitchen/ dining room with all appliances and equipment. The dining room also has the same beautiful views. Linen is included (towels are available at £4.50 pppw). The house sleeps up to ten people in 5 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms (3 en-suites) and a separate w/c (no queing for the bathroom!). Lakefield House is a No Smoking property.
The accommodation comprises:
All bedrooms are furnished to a high standard with beautiful fabrics and furniture - the emphasis being on comfort and relaxation. Three stylish en-suite bedrooms are on the ground floor:
Upstairs are two further bedrooms:
The bedrooms feature high quality matresses (Hypnos or Sleepeeze).
For rainy days, the garage contains a full-size Cornilleau table tennis table. Tesco Direct can deliver food/groceries, if required.COVID-19: Items marked in red may be unavailable during the pandemic.
Wonderful walks from the front door.
If you have a larger party, you can book the House and the Cottage together.
"Possessing the most incredible Lakeside view one could wish for, we found the property magnificently designed, incredibly spacious and superbly equipped. It is quite an unbelievable and moving experience upon entering the property. I confess that I booked your residence predominantly for the view, but it surpassed my greatest expectation."