Hole House Wray Lake District


Hole House Wray Lake District

A charming 17th century Lakeland whitewashed cottage, set in rolling countryside, originally given to the National Trust by Beatrix Potter, who is reported to have stayed here on several occasions.

This pretty cottage nestles in the rolling countryside close to Wray which lies between Hawkshead and Ambleside which are only a short drive away. Both villages offer a wide range of shops and places to eat out. The shore of Lake Windermere is close by, with plentiful opportunities for boat trips, water sports, hikes and cycling routes. The cottage is surrounded by farmland and is reached by a short gravel lane. The only buildings nearby being farm storage buildings which are used infrequently. Guests can enjoy the network of footpaths offering lovely low level walks from the doorstep.

The traditional Lakeland porch leads to the entrance hall with plenty of space for coats and boots. Off the hallway you will find yourself in the cosy lounge, where you can snuggle in front of the cosy wood burner on the large L-shaped sofa. With exposed beams, deep set window, TV/DVD and CD and Alexa, this is a perfect room to relax in at the end of a day fell walking. Across the hallway is the kitchen/ diner, where you will find everything you may need including an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine, as well as a large farmhouse table for enjoying family meals together. There is a traditional larder at the rear of the kitchen with tumble dryer and large fridge/freezer.  Heading up the traditional stone steps, you will find three lovely and cosy bedrooms, the master is a king-size with en-suite shower room with WC. The second bedroom offers the flexibility of a king-size zip-and-link bed (which can be made up as a 2’6” twin on request) and the third bedroom is a twin. The family bathroom has a shower over the bath and WC.

Heading outside guests can relax on the gravelled terrace with table, chairs and BBQ and enjoy unrivalled views across Blelham Tarn to the mountains beyond whilst soaking up the tranquillity of this very special location. There is off-road parking for up to four cars directly outside the cottage in the gravelled yard.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.


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