Self-Contained Holiday Lets
In The Heart Of The Lake District National Park
Two x 1 Bedroom Cottages
Potter Cottage is a self-contained apartment and is part of the main house at Beechmount whilst Coach House Cottage is a separate building within the grounds. The hamlet of Near Sawrey is famous as the home of Beatrix Potter. Hill Top, the Tower Bank Arms public house and other aspects of the village are featured in many of Beatrix Potters works. For walkers there are many low level walks that lead to some of the less populated areas of the fells with most leading to the larger village of Hawkshead that boasts at least four good pubs that provide food.
Potter Cottage (Sleeps 2. 1 Bedroom)
The accommodation comprises: an old oak door leads from the courtyard into a beautiful entrance hall, a plethora of oak-panelled latch doors lead to the various rooms.
The open-plan lounge/dining/kitchen is designed for relaxation, the stylish shaker kitchen is wrapped in granite.
The romantic bedroom displays a special king-size bed and the luxurious shower-room is an ideal way to relax after a hard day on the fells. The accommodation has been awarded a Enjoy England 5-Star Gold award.
Living Rooms: 1
Property Type: House/Villa
As proprietors we would wish for all residents to have a comfortable stay with us and will attempt to do our best to provide for all. All issues that may arise with regard to disability access will be fully considered for each individual.
Important notes on accommodation
Non-smoking and we do not take pets. Travel cot and high chair provided free of any charge.
Cottages in Hawkshead, Cumbria, Lake District, England
About the area
How to get there
A bus timetable is posted in the village 150 metres from the house and buses run at regular intervals during the year. Easy access to Beechmount from Bowness and Hawkshead and ample parking is provided for guests.
Beechmount is located between the picturesque village of Hawkshead and Bowness on the ferry road (B5285) on the edge of the village of Near Sawrey, the hamlet made famous as the home of Beatrix Potter. Hill Top, the Tower Bank Arms public house and other aspects of the village are featured in many of Beatrix Potters works. Indeed the house was leased for a year, in 1915, by Miss Potter for use by her mother.
There is easy access to Beechmount from Bowness and Hawkshead and ample parking is provided for guests.
A bus timetable is posted in the village 150m from the house and buses run at regular intervals during the year.
Mr/Mrs Chick, Australia - We have had a wonderful weekend, one of the best ever, the setting and the hospitality and the comfort, cannot wait to come again thank you.
Mr/Mrs Watt, Yorkshire - The best guest house we have ever stayed in! Cannot fault the place.
Liz and Michael - Staying here has made a special weekend even more special such a lovely place to stay.
About the Owner
Having lived busy lives working in areas around Manchester for many years, we decides to make the change to rural life in 2006. Both Denise and myself are involved in the life and structure of this beautiful lakeland village. Denise and I run the wonderful arts and craft house and gardens that make up Beechmount Country House B & B and two beautiful self catering 5 & 4 star gold cottages. We enjoy all the varied aspects involved in a busy bed and breakfast and holiday cottage business with many guest over the years becoming good friends. We try our hardest to make peoples holiday stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible, many guest comment on the house being more like a home-somewhere to relax and unwind.
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Year property purchased: 2006
Why this location?
Having spent many years travelling to the Lake District the next natural step was to come and live here. We wanted a village location (must have a pub), that was away from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist routes but within distance for our guest. Beatrix Potter got it right. Sawrey is a beautiful lakeland village and the Dan Gibson designed arts and craft house set in the acre of Thomas Morrson landscaped gardens provides wonderful views of the surrounding forest and fells. The house exudes character with its open fires, large rooms, garden areas and lawns. Many guest enjoy the delights of the garden after long days walking on the fells. There is a tranquility that persuaded Miss Potter to lease the house for a year in 1915. Simply a wonderful place to live.
What are the unique benefits of the property?
Benifits.The gardens,spacious rooms,summerhouse, views,open fires, access to a really good lakeland pub with excellent local real ales. Easy access to Bowness, Ambleside, Hawkshead, Grasmere, Cartmel and the Furness Peninsular. Ease of access to all manner of outdoor pursuits from sailing, horse riding, walking etc. The surrounding area has a large and varied choice of well established and internationally recognised places to eat. Tourist who want to relax without the rigour of the more strenuous lifestyle can easily limit activities to shorter walks and drive to such places as Rydal Mount, Dove Cottage, Hill Top etc. Including the wonderful Cavendish home and grounds at Holker Hall. Quite simply there is something for all ages with stunning landscape to enjoy throughout.
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Property Ref E1200
Languages spoken: English.
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