A traditional whitewashed lakeland cottage
A living room with original oak panelling
The garden room with dining table and chairs
Kitchen
Upstairs
A pretty single bedroom
Double bedroom
The pretty enclosed garden
Stone steps lead up to the lawn
Seating to enjoy a quiet cup of tea or BBQ
Views to the mountains to the north
Loungers for guests
Pretty village of Sawrey
1 / 13  A traditional whitewashed lakeland cottage
2 / 13  A living room with original oak panelling
3 / 13  The garden room with dining table and chairs
4 / 13  Kitchen
5 / 13  Upstairs
6 / 13  A pretty single bedroom
7 / 13  Double bedroom
8 / 13  The pretty enclosed garden
9 / 13  Stone steps lead up to the lawn
10 / 13  Seating to enjoy a quiet cup of tea or BBQ
11 / 13  Views to the mountains to the north
12 / 13  Loungers for guests
13 / 13  Pretty village of Sawrey

Pepper Yeat,

Near and Far Sawrey, Lake District
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 1
2
star
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Delightful 17th century Grade II listed cottage
  • Quiet countryside location, a real hidden gem
  • Attractive period features retained within decor
  • Scenic walks and treks directly from the property
  • Walking distance to village pub for ales and good food
  • Well located for exploration of the Lake District region
Property code: LLH30

Attractive 17th century listed cottage in the village of Far Sawrey with easy access to countryside walks, a short drive from Lake Windermere.

This cottage enjoys a quiet location in the small village of Far Sawrey, with its popular pub the Cuckoo Brow Inn. Just half a mile away is the neighbouring village of Near Sawrey, where visitors will find the National Trust managed Hill Top, former home of Beatrix Potter. A little further along the same road brings visitors to the attractive village of Hawkshead with its range of shops, pubs, and National Trust properties. Just over a mile from the property is the western shore of Lake Windermere, from where the ferry runs across the lake to the opposite side.

 

On entering the cottage, a flag-stoned hallway brings guests to the lounge with its feature fireplace, comfortable seating, TV/DVD, and views across the garden. The pretty dining room has an antique dining table for four and a door leading out to the garden, views of which can be enjoyed from the armchairs, making this an enjoyable space to relax. The property’s kitchen has a beamed ceiling and is equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and washing machine.  Half way up the stairs you will find the compact bathroom which offers a bath with handheld shower and WC. On the first floor you will find three pretty bedrooms: a double and two single rooms. There is also a separate WC on this floor.

 

To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden with a patioed seating area close to the house, beyond which is a pretty lawn. Guests are able to access the owner’s secure garage which provides a place to store bikes and muddy boots. There is off-road parking for two cars provided.

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.

  • 3 bedrooms: 1 double and 2 singles
  • Bathroom with bath, handheld shower, and WC
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and washing machine
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Electric and heating included
  • Walking distance to pub and village shop
  • 1 dog welcome (must be kept downstairs)
  • Regret no smoking
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Regret no children under 10 years

This property joined our collection in 2017 and is managed by Thomas.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 6 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
5
Overall equipment
5
Overall comfort
5
Overall location
5

Reviewed by Helen, 29th July 2017

Visited Aug 2017 4 people in property very cosy but nice Great location to visit the areas close to ferry crossing. To bowness Great shop co op hawkeshead sold everything you need Very clean and comfortable with private secure parking The lady next door is lovely and very helpfull with local knowledge.

Reviewed by Catherine, 8th July 2017

Characterful cottage, well equipped Delightful enclosed garden with fantastic views. Very good location for families Thank-you for the welcome pack and milk very much appreciated Teenagers do not despair the wi fi is super fast

Reviewed by M Scott, 1st October 2016

Comfortable, full of character and very cosy, Pepperyeat is an ideal cottage in an ideal location in which to relax. We have holidayed in Pepperyeat for many years, are always sorry to leave and always look forward to our return. I would have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone.

Reviewed by J Spruth, 1st September 2016

Lovely Quaint Cottage with great walks and pubs on the doorstep Pepper Yeat is a quaint cottage in Far Sawry and therefore very close to the local pub which serves excellent evening meals and is dog friendly. The Tower Bank is also only a short walk away. There are many great walks right from the door including Claife Heights and Cunsy which leadRead mores to the shores of Windermere. Whilst the cottage was cosy it would've been a squeeze for more than a couple and a dog. The only thing that wasn't convenient was the shower which was fixed to the bath taps and not the wall however this was a very minor thing in the grand scheme of things and wouldn't put us off returning at all. Theres a nice little cafe Hillstop just a few metres away however we only managed to find it open just the once which was a great shame as we would've used it every day otherwise. We will return to the area this year but to a larger cottage for 4 of us and the dog :-) Hide

Reviewed by C Hunt, 1st August 2016

We really enjoyed our week. It was a brilliant location and very good for us having a dog, as in not carpeted downstairs and with a room you could go straight into from the garden. It was also very good for us having three rooms _ one double and two single, as opposed to one double and one twin (which was the case with most other cottages we lookedRead more at). Our teenagers were very happy not to share! it's not modern inside, but it's a cottage! We would happily go back. Hide

Reviewed by S Freeth, 1st June 2016

Clean and cosy, with a lovely atmosphere. Pepperyeat is a lovely old 17C cottage, clean and cosy, with a lovely atmosphere and a pretty garden. We thoroughly enjoyed our 4 night stay here. The village Far Sawrey is attractive and well located for the Hawkshead area and the ferry across to Winderemere. We did some good walks and enjoyed the meals aRead moret the pub in the village - the Cuckoo's Brow. Hide

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Photos

A traditional whitewashed lakeland cottage
A living room with original oak panelling
The garden room with dining table and chairs
Kitchen
Upstairs
A pretty single bedroom
Double bedroom
The pretty enclosed garden
Stone steps lead up to the lawn
Seating to enjoy a quiet cup of tea or BBQ
Views to the mountains to the north
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Location

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