Great for children of all ages
No pets allowed
Situated in an enviable position, Myley Ghyll enjoys the most breath-taking and panoramic views of the Troutbeck Fells and High Street range from each and every room, while the quarter acre sloping garden complete with a raised terrace area, offers privacy and seclusion with a variety of mature trees and shrubs being a haven for bird life and wild life. The small and friendly village boasts a local Post Office for newspapers and provisions and two excellent country inns, The Mortal Man and The Queens Head both only a short stroll away, serve delicious meals and real ales. Myley Ghyll has been sympathetically refurbished to an excellent standard, including five star kitchen and bathroom, together with the additions of tasteful furnishings and fabrics have transformed Myley Ghyll into the most delightful Lakeland holiday retreat, where guests will long to return.
Accommodation in detail
From the gravelled parking area a traditional Lakeland porch with solid oak door takes you into the entrance hall. Double doors to beautifully furnished lounge with wood floor and deep cushioned seating, with the all important woodburning stove ensuring cosy winter warmth and a picture window affording magnificent views and access to the terrace. A separate reception room which also enjoys the views and access to the terrace is a great place to escape too. From the hall a short flight of stairs lead to the superb triple aspect country kitchen with stone flagged floor, beamed ceiling, solid oak units, granite work tops, Belfast sink, top of the range integrated appliances, family breakfast table, and a stable door allowing access direct to the garden. A useful utility room is situated off the kitchen with separate WC. Upstairs to a stunning master bedroom, a bedroom with full size bunk-beds, and a super king size room, all beautifully furnished and co-ordinated. Family bathroom with separate shower cubicle and Whirlpool bath. Outside Myley Ghyll enjoys private parking for four cars.
This superb Lake District holiday cottage in the Troutbeck Valley offers a unique opportunity for families or friends to 'get away from it all', without straying far from the Lake District's tourist attractions and other scenic highlights. Troutbeck is one of the Lake District's quieter villages, set in blissful rural surroundings between Ambleside and Windermere, and right at the start of the famous Kirkstone Pass which provides your scenic route to Ullswater. The valley is laced with renowned Lake District walks, and scattered with traditional Lakeland cottages and country pubs (don't miss the fabulous Queen's Head!). It's a truly magical scene.
Windermere village is only a short drive away, with shops, restaurants and an excellent Booths supermarket for stocking up the kitchen. Drive only a couple of miles further and you'll reach Bowness on Lake Windermere's eastern shores. There you'll find an array of evening entertainment, boating activities, the Royalty Cinema and the Old Laundry Theatre.
The same distance to your west is Ambleside, on Lake Windermere's northern shores. This cosmopolitan Lake District village is a place to while away an entire day - lose-yourself shops, acclaimed Lake District restaurants and of course the delights of the lake shore.