Low mill cottage a charming 17th Century cottage
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Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Low Mill is a charming 17th Century cottage near Lakeside.Originally used by the mill workers at the nearby Bobbin Mill, the mill is now a museum owned by English Heritage. Lakeside is home to the Windermere Lake Cruises, Aquarium of The Lakes and The Haverthwaite steam railway. Treks and trails for walkers and cyclists are in abundance, and cycles can be hired at The Lakeside. Fell Foot Park, can be reached by a short ferry ride, where rowing boats and canoes can be hired.
Locally, High Dam, known as "The Hidden Tarn Hows" makes for a delightful walk, from the cottage door.
'Go Ape' great for adults and children alike is situated in the nearby Grizedale Forest. Several 4* hotels are close by, The Swan at Newby Bridge, The Lakeside. Michelin star L'Enclume restaurant at Cartmel- 4 miles away.
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|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester and Liverpool , both less than 2 hours , Nearest railway: Windermere or Ulverston|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Double beds (1), Single beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
After parking your car, at the rear of the property, you enter the delightful garden/patio, where you can enjoy meals 'al fresco', then enter via the modern kitchen. The rest of the downstairs has traditional slate flooring, original ledged and braced wooden doors and chic furnishings.The lounge/dining room has French doors, that open onto the patio for when the weather is warm and sunny, and a woodburner stove for the chilly winter evenings, although there is also full oil central heating at the property , together with LCD TV and a DVD. There is a downstairs cloakroom with a 2nd W.C. and a handy boot airing cupboard.
Upstairs comprises of a large King-size bedroom, a lovely double bedroom and a single bedroom all attractively furnished with traditional furnishings and co-ordinated linens.The luxury bathroom has a bath for those long soaks, with a power-shower overhead.
|Further details outdoors|
The charming double fronted traditional cottage is set in the peaceful hamlet of Low Stott Park. To the rear of the cottage is a delightful private patio/garden, with garden furniture. Quiet and peaceful, the area is surrounded by woods and fields. Yet close to
many of the Lake District attractions.
Cot and Highchair available at no extra charge.
All towels and bed linen provided.
Downstairs cloakroom, with 2nd WC.
Payment in full due 30 days before stay.
We request a refundable housekeeping bond deposit of £100
One small well behaved pet welcome £5
About this location
The Lake District
Low Stott park is situated in the quiet hamlet of Lakeside, with many attractions close by. The former mill workers cottage, for Bobbin Mill is now a museum owned by English Heritage.
Although surrounded by many local attractions, the area is quiet and peaceful, and appeals to all ages, as there is something for everyone, from 'Go ape' and Lakeside Aquarium, to relaxing walks and visiting beautiful gardens.
The Lakeside is home to the Windermere Lake Cruises, which can transport you up the lake to Ambleside and Bowness, or across the lake to Fell-foot Park, where canoes and rowing boats can be hired.
The area is great for famlies, as well as the 'Aquarium of the Lakes', there is also 'Go Ape', situated in Grizedale Forest and the Haverthwaite steam railway.
High Dam, is a must! as the walk is directly from the cottage door, it is the 'Hidden Tarn Hows'!
Cyclists, walkers, families are all catered for in this quiet area of Lake Windermere
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7 Sep 2014
"Lovely peaceful break"
We went in March 2014 for my dads birthday and absolutely loved it. Perfect surroundings away from the hustle and bustle with everything you need within the property. Even had loads of logs ready for … More
Thanks for taking the time to review the cottage.
We are pleased that you enjoyed your relaxing break.
2 Sep 2014
"Cosy Cottage in Lakeside"
A homely cottage with all the mod cons you could wish for in a very convenient location close to the main attractions of Lake Windermere.… More
Thank you for taking the time to review Low Mill Cottage.
Yes it is close to many of the Lake Windermere attractions, and yet very rural and peaceful.
20 Aug 2014
"A lovely cottage to explore the Lake District"
Low Mill is a lovely cottage very well situated to explore the lake district. t was very comfortable and convenient for a family of five. The surroundings are peaceful and pleasant, close to lake Wind… More
Yes the surrounding area is very beautiful and peaceful.
High Dam is a must, as it is such a lovely walk from the cottage door.
Thank you for taking the time to review the cottage, and for
choosing Low Mill Cottage for your holiday in England.
3 Jun 2014
"The warm and cosy cottage we hoped for and a perfect base for exploring the Lake District"
We stayed with 5 people, all adults, at the Low Mill for a midweek. Way to short for what the Lake District and the nearby surroundings of Low Mill Cottage has to offer.We had plenty of room in the co… More
Thank you for your positive comments. Yes you are right, there is so much to see and do in the area.
If you visit England again it would be lovely to welcome you back.
28 Mar 2014
"Charming clean and ideal for walking"
The cottage is situated just off the road from Lakeside in between two other cottages so going by car is a must. High Dam is at least 25 minutes walk from Cottage but very pleasent, even in the rain! … More
Thank you for your comments. We are pleased that you had a nice relaxing time, and thanks for
leaving logs for the next guests. Good luck with your Icelandic Trek!
8 Mar 2014
"We really enjoyed this warm, cosy and very clean Lake District cottage."
We just stayed three very good nights at Low Mill Cottage. It was warm and cosy from its comprehensive central heating throughout. The interior was most attractive in Lake District cottage style and e… More
Thank you for all your positive feedback.
We love it when guests tell us about their time in the Lakes, the information can be passed on to
So pleased that you enjoyed your stay at the cottage.
5 Jan 2014
"Wonderful place to see in the New Year"
We stayed at Low Mill Cottage over the New Year 2013-2014. It is in a beautiful location, not too isolated but surrounded by beautiful countryside. Cottage is lovely and clean with plenty of room for … More
Thank you for your very positive lovely review. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your New Year break at
Low Mill Cottage. The Swan hotel is a favourite of ours also. We hope to welcome you back another time.
24 Nov 2013
"A great cottage in the countryside!"
We stayed here for a weekend in November 2013. We booked it last minute as it was a perfect location for exploring the Lakes, and more so it was dog friendly. It accommodated us (4 adults) and our two… More
Thank you for reviewing the cottage and all your positive comments.
We hope to welcome you back soon. Kathryn
28 Oct 2013
We had a lovely mini break at Low Mill Cottage. The interior decoration was very lovely- I could have moved in!The bedrooms were well designed and all the beds were very comfortable. The only downside… More
Thank you for taking the time to review Low Mill Cottage. Yes we agree that the beds are certainly very comfy!!
The microwave wasn't faulty it was the switch on the wall which has now been replaced. If guests have a problem when staying we do encourage them to ring and let us know so we can sort it whilst you are there.
22 Sep 2013
"Quaint and cosy - Couldn't of asked for more!"
I was very close to giving up my search to find the perfect cottage that met my self-confessed high standards and expectations after weeks of trawling through letting sites and having no luck... Until… More
Thank you so much for all your positive feedback. The cottage is situated in a lovely quiet area, and High Dam and The Swan Hotel are two of our favorite places to visit also.
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