- £480 per week
- £69 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Washing machine
- River views
- Countryside views
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
- On one level, no stairs
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
This fabulous semi-detached Lakeland stone cottage in the village of Grasmere is a perfect retreat for those wanting glorious views, walks straight from your door and it's only a 5 minutes stroll from the village of Grasmere with its array of restaurants, shops and drinking holes.
The cottage is all on one level making it ideal for those who require no stairs. Through the covered porch (handy for leaving those muddy boots in) you have the hallway with the living room directly to your left as you enter, here you have comfortable seating on two sofas and dual aspect windows giving you glorious vistas towards sour milk ghyll and the fells beyond. If you ever tire of the view there is a well-stocked library and flat screen TV for you to enjoy.
Continuing along the hallway you have the two bedrooms, both bedrooms have double beds and there own ensuite facilities.
The first bedroom has an ensuite shower and the second a bath with overhead shower. Both bedrooms are light and airy with countryside views from the windows and offer plenty of storage space for your stay.
Finally, we have the kitchen and dinner, this has been completely refurbished with a modern feel and is fully equipped with washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, oven and fridge and all that you could possibly need for your holiday. In this room, we also have the farmhouse style kitchen table, perfect for the family to gather around plan your day's activities.
Outside you have access to two areas, directly outside the kitchen you have a small enclosed garden area with table and chairs, and across the quiet road, you have another riverside location with picnic table, a lovely spot to enjoy the fantastic scenery. You may be lucky to see one of the red squirrels which make regular visits to the gardens to feed.
There is an abundance of walks directly from your door with Easdale tarn only a short hike away.
Grasmere village is only a short distance away, here you have a selection of restaurants, bars and local shops and not forgetting the famous Grasmere gingerbread shop where you can pick up a treat for yourself or a gift to take with you.
Private Parking is provided across the quiet road 5m from the property.
WIFI is provided throughout the property.
If all your cottages are as good as Oak Lodge, I would recommend them all.
The location was superb, fantastic views across the fields towards the fells. Also the sparkling stream just over the road was a delight to see from the front windows. Good quality bedding and soft fluffy towels were especially appreciated. The cottage was clean and the standard of kitchen utensils and equipment were of a high standard. The owner was pleasant and welcomed us in a friendly manner, even providing us with fresh milk. We were able to make a drink immediately on arrival because there was a supply of tea, coffee and sugar available in the kitchen.
Beautiful location. Very friendly and helpful host. Very well equipped kitchen
Perfect located in the Lake District, you have the nature directly in front of your door. The host is very friendly!
Perfectly clean--not a single glass or piece of cutlery was dirty or even had fingerprints. Really appreciated the additional touches, such as adequate cleaning items, foil, extra garbage bags. We can't say enough about the cottage and location. We didn't move our car for 3 days because there were so many good hikes in the area. Absolutely fantastic. Alison was helpful and friendly. We couldn't have been more pleased! We found Grasmere to be the perfect place to stay for hiking in the Lake District. Centrally located so you don't need to drive much (or search for parking). A much quieter town that Ambleside or Windermere.