Period House, Perfect for Families and Groups
Ideally Situated for those who enjoy Sailing, Cycling and Walking from the Doorstep
Sleeps 6 Adults + 2 Child (4 Bedrooms)
Rickerby House is a unique, family orientated home in the beautiful Lake District National Park that comes fully equipped to cater for the needs of all the family. Rickerby House was built in 1752, and it now offers spacious self-catering accommodation. For those with the energy, from the doorstep you can enjoy fell-walking, mountain biking and water-sports (it is only a few minutes walk to the Lake and marinas) with rock climbing and much more nearby. There’s something for everyone.
Bedroom 1 with super kingsize bed.
Bedroom 2 with kingsize bed.
Bedroom 3 with double bed.
Bedroom 4 with 2 single beds.
En-suite bathroom to bedroom 1 with double shower and wc.
Bathroom with bath/shower over, wc.
Well equipped large kitchen/dining room with double oven, hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, blender and microwave.
Washing machine and tumble dryer.
Living room with modern log burner, TV & DVD player. Family room with toys and games and DVD player.
Towels and linen are provided. The property is cleaned on each departure. Logs for wood burner are provided.
Dishwasher, Fridge/Freezer, Hob/Stove, Iron, Microwave, Oven, Tumble Dryer, Washing Machine.
Central Heating, High Chair, TV.
Lawned front garden and paved parking area for cars. Private side garden with lawn, shrubs and patio area with garden furniture and steps to south facing balcony.
Important notes on accommodation
Rickerby House is perfect for active families like us, and those keen on outdoor pursuits and a love of the Lakes. We have a 9 and 10 year old and the house is equipped for us and therefore for other families.
We are sorry, but we do not accept pets.
|Rental Period||Per Night||Per Week||Per Month||Min. Stay (Nights)|
|20 December 2013 - 3 January 2014||£ 1300.00||7|
|3 January 2014 - 27 June 2014||£ 800.00||-|
|27 June 2014 - 29 August 2014||£ 1000.00||7|
|29 August 2014 - 7 November 2014||£ 800.00||-|
|7 November 2014 - 19 December 2014||£ 750.00||-|
|19 December 2014 - 2 January 2015||£ 1300.00||7|
|2 January 2015 - 13 February 2015||£ 750.00||-|
Notes on prices
All short breaks are £500.
Arrival anytime from 3.00pm on the start date and vacated by 10.00am on the day of departure. Changeover day is Friday. This is flexible for short breaks and the off-peak season.
We can hold a provisional booking for one week. A non-refundable deposit of £200 per week is required to secure your booking. The balance of the cost of your holiday is due 8 weeks prior to the start of your holiday. If booking within 8 weeks of the start of your holiday, full payment is required.
If the booking is cancelled less than 4 weeks prior to the start of your holiday, the payment is non-refundable.
House in Portinscale, Nr. Keswick, Lake District
About the area
Cockermouth - 10 miles
How to get there
Manchester Airport: 2 hours, Newcastle Airport: 2 hours, Penrith Railway Station: 22 miles. Car is recommended but not essential with good lake and road buses available to places of interest.
Nearest Town: Keswick, Nearest Town Distance: 1 1/2 miles, Shops Distance: 500 yards, Restaurant Distance: 500 yards, Pub Distance: 500 yards, Nearest Lake: Derwentwater, Nearest Lake Marina: 1/4 mile.
Portinscale is only minutes from Keswick which is a small but very attractive market town set amongst some of the most spectacular scenery in the Lake District and from which all visitors can enjoy a wide range of activities.
The three highest mountain ranges in England, Skiddaw, Helvellyn and Scafell Pike are all within easy reach of the house. Visitors can engage in a challenging trek, enjoy an unlimited number of planned walks or just take in the scenery. Historic places of interest to see and visit include the 4000 year old Castlerigg Stone Circle, Mirehouse, Victorian Museum, Cars of the Stars Museum, and the Pencil Museum.
Activities for the more energetic and adventurous are also catered for. A variety of watersports, paragliding, swimming, mountain biking and much more are all available at the many established centres. Keswick also offers two large public parks which offer games facilities in open, wooded and garden settings. Other facilities include a new sports hall, leisure pool, cinema, new theatre, golf, cycle hire, fishing, in fact more than most visitors expect.
For those who enjoy cooking there is a superb market of local produce on Saturdays and the excellent Booths supermarket can be found in Keswick town centre. Alternatively, you can sample the many restaurants and pubs of the village and Keswick.
About the Owner
I live in England with my husband and 2 young boys. My husband works in the legal field and I run our holiday and long-term rentals business. When not working we spend our holidays between France and the Lakes, both which we love dearly and hope to spend our retirement in.
Year property purchased: 2004
Why this location?
My husband boarded at Keswick School and he has always loved this part of the lakes so much we have bought the house we wish to retire to. We love the seasons there and enjoy everything it has to offer all year round especially the walking, mountain biking, sailing and, most importantly, the Jennings beer and extremely good cake!
What are the unique benefits of the property?
The house offers an amazing location that you can walk, bike, sail and run from with amazing views around it. We love being in the middle of a great village with 2 good marinas and excellent bars, cafes and restaurants all in walking distance which is great for us and the children.
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Languages spoken: English, French.
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and has advertised this property with us since March 2007.