View towards the front of the cottage
The perfect white washed cottage
The pretty door is surrounded by clematis
The comfortable living room with woodburning stove
A relaxing living room - the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day
The hallway has plenty of space for coats and walking boots
The large kitchen is the heart of this beautiful cottage
There is an aga as well as an additional cooker
The heart of the cottage is this wonderful farmhouse style kitchen
Four legged friends love relaxing by the aga
Large L-shaped sofa and wall mounted flat screenTV
The  games room which also has a flat screen TV , woodburning stove, and L- shaped sofa
Table football will delight children and adults alike
The light and airy master bedroom
A pretty double bedroom
Twin room
Bathroom (there is an additional shower room downstairs)
The pretty  flower beds lead from the lane to the cottage
A beautiful rural setting
Footpaths lead straight from the cottage
The lawned area with picnic table
View towards the cottage from the lawned garden
A wonderful rural setting
A pretty Lakeland cottage
Patio area next to the cottage - perfect for a morning coffee
Tarn Hows is only a short walk from your doorstep
1 / 26  View towards the front of the cottage
2 / 26  The perfect white washed cottage
3 / 26  The pretty door is surrounded by clematis
4 / 26  The comfortable living room with woodburning stove
5 / 26  A relaxing living room - the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day
6 / 26  The hallway has plenty of space for coats and walking boots
7 / 26  The large kitchen is the heart of this beautiful cottage
8 / 26  There is an aga as well as an additional cooker
9 / 26  The heart of the cottage is this wonderful farmhouse style kitchen
10 / 26  Four legged friends love relaxing by the aga
11 / 26  Large L-shaped sofa and wall mounted flat screenTV
12 / 26  The games room which also has a flat screen TV , woodburning stove, and L- shaped sofa
13 / 26  Table football will delight children and adults alike
14 / 26  The light and airy master bedroom
15 / 26  A pretty double bedroom
16 / 26  Twin room
17 / 26  Bathroom (there is an additional shower room downstairs)
18 / 26  The pretty flower beds lead from the lane to the cottage
19 / 26  A beautiful rural setting
20 / 26  Footpaths lead straight from the cottage
21 / 26  The lawned area with picnic table
22 / 26  View towards the cottage from the lawned garden
23 / 26  A wonderful rural setting
24 / 26  A pretty Lakeland cottage
25 / 26  Patio area next to the cottage - perfect for a morning coffee
26 / 26  Tarn Hows is only a short walk from your doorstep

South View Cottage,

Outgate and Tarn Hows, Lake District
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 3
4
star
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • 17th century cottage
  • Stylish, comfortable accommodation sleeping six comfortably
  • Spacious garden surrounded by rolling fields and hills
  • Tranquil rural location close to the famous Tarn Hows
  • Movie / Games room with large screen and table football
  • Close to of Hawkshead and its village church and facilities
  • Near to the well-known Lakeland pub the Drunken Duck
Property code: LLH58

Beautiful 17th century country cottage, situated close to the stunning Tarn Hows, which offers accessible lakeside walks in a picturesque location.

This cottage enjoys a wonderfully quiet location, situated a mile away from the village of Hawkshead to the south and equal distance to the popular country pub to the north. 2.5 miles from the property, on the shore of Lake Windermere, visitors will find the majestic mock Gothic Wray Castle, which is a popular stop for the pleasure boats which run up and down Windermere, taking visitors to local attractions and to the towns of Ambleside and Bowness. For those who would like to try something more challenging than the local scenic walks, the mountain ranges are only a short drive away.

On entering this property, guests come to a spacious hall, to either side of which doors lead through to two spacious rooms. To the right-hand side, is the tasteful and comfortable lounge, which has a lovely relaxing atmosphere, with its exposed beams, wood burner, comfortable sofas, dual aspect windows, TV, and DVD. Crossing back across the hall, the property’s kitchen/diner is a large and light-filled room, with farmhouse style dining table seating six, an electric AGA, conventional oven and hob, microwave, American-style fridge/freezer, and dishwasher. Just next to the kitchen is a handy shower room, with WC, and this is where guests will also find the washing machine and tumble dryer. To the rear of the property, a large barn-conversion extension is the home to a family room, which is set up as a games room, with table football, TV/DVD, as well as a cosy multi-fuel stove. This room makes a great den for teenagers in the evening. Stairs from the hallway lead to the first-floor accommodation: three bedrooms and a bathroom. The first bedroom is a king-size room, whilst there is also a double room and a twin, all of which are tastefully decorated and feature the original exposed beams. The bathroom has a bath and WC.

Outside, there is a pretty flower-filled seating area to the front of the property and a separate good-sized enclosed lawn, with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside, a great place to relax or to play games. There is ample off-road parking for four cars.

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: a king-size, a double, and a twin
  • Bathroom with bath and WC
  • Ground-floor shower room with WC
  • TV/DVD in both the lounge and the games room
  • Wi-Fi included
  • AGA, oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Two woodburning stoves with fuel supplied
  • Electric and heating included
  • 3 dogs welcome
  • Off-road parking for 4 cars
  • Secure bike storage in the cellar
  • Regret no smoking
  • Pubs, shops, and restaurant 1 mile

This property joined our collection in the last 12 months and is managed by Ruth.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

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

Reviewed by Mark, 16th September 2017

We fell in love with this cottage instantly. Every room made us go wow! Such a comfortable and well equipped place, we just wanted to stay!!!

Reviewed by Rob, 3rd September 2017

Absolutely stunning cottage with everything you would ever need - except the weather ! We'll definitely book this again for next summer !

Reviewed by Sophie, 12th August 2017

This cottage is absolutely beautiful! Everything in it is good quality and well designed. The area is lovely and we can't wait to book to return here!

Reviewed by Rosemary, 15th July 2017

Excellent cottage ,immaculately clean ,well equipped and good location for getting around most of the area! Lovely walks close-by and great selection of local eateries in and around Hawkshead. Description and photos of cottage all very accurate and helpful. Would definitely recommend your company and this particular cottage.

Reviewed by M Lawrence, 1st March 2017

South View Cottage combined style with welcoming comfort, providing everything that we needed for our break, during which we experienced the vagaries of a Lake District Spring. On a snowy morning what could have been better than a breakfast prepared on the Aga, and when the sun shone delightful walks from the door. Exceeded expectations!

Reviewed by S Pilpel, 1st March 2017

South View was warm and welcoming on arrival with a friendly ambience. Everything was as shown in photographs and made for a comfortable stay. We especially liked walks from the cottage door, leaving the car behind. Log burners very efficient and easy to light, providing a cosy sitting room to relax in the evening, Main bedroom is spacious, but othRead moreers are quite small, we were 4 adults for just 2 nights so fine for us. Definitely recommend for a comfortable weekend away. Hide

Reviewed by L Farrell, 1st February 2017

This is possibly the best cottage we have stayed in in the Lakes! Beautifully decorated and furnished, incredibly comfy, we had a wonderful stay.

Reviewed by J Horsfall, 1st February 2017

We were very pleased with South View Cottage. We came in February and the house was cosy and warm, it felt comfortable and relaxing. The facilities were good and it is in a lovely location, we walked out from the house to Tarn Hows one afternoon which was lovely. The description on the website was accurate and we would recommend it.

Reviewed by A Tait, 1st January 2017

We have had amazing break staying in a stunning cottage. Everything you could ask for. Very comfortable furnishings. The location was just perfect for walking . Stunning views. Hope to return next year. Loved the layout of the cottage . Loved the two log burners and the Aga.

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Photos

View towards the front of the cottage
The perfect white washed cottage
The pretty door is surrounded by clematis
The comfortable living room with woodburning stove
A relaxing living room - the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day
The hallway has plenty of space for coats and walking boots
The large kitchen is the heart of this beautiful cottage
There is an aga as well as an additional cooker
The heart of the cottage is this wonderful farmhouse style kitchen
Four legged friends love relaxing by the aga
Large L-shaped sofa and wall mounted flat screenTV
Show 14 moreThe  games room which also has a flat screen TV , woodburning stove, and L- shaped sofa

Location

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1/3 Deposit

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