Ambleside holiday cottages: Lake District self catering accommodationBECK & HILLSIDE COTTAGES
Ambleside,
Cumbria

Photo: Hillside Cottage

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Sleep: 4.
Cot by arrangement.
1 pet by arrangement at Beck only.
No pets in Hillside.
Electricity, gas and all bedding inclusive, please bring towels.

Price range £275 - £550 pw.

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For further details please contact:

Norma Morris
Tel: 0161 790 8023
Mobile: 07 747 794 790
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
20 Dec, 27 Dec, 3 Jan, 10 Jan, 17 Jan, 24 Jan


 Hillside and Beck are two charming 18th century white fronted cottages in Ambleside. The village is conveniently situated in the centre of the National Park at the head of Lake Windermere - ideal for exploring the whole of the Lake District. The cottages are within easy walking distance of the lake and steamer pier and only a few minutes walk from the centre of the village which has a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. Many varied level walks directly from the doorstep.

Photo: Beck Cottage

Each cottage has:   
  • Open plan downstairs.
  • One double and one twin bedded room.
  • Newly fitted kitchen with fridge/freezer, microwave, TV, DVD, video, and music centre.
  • Newly fitted bathroom.
  • Quiet locations.
Hillside being the end one of a row of three cottages in an elevated position, yet only 5 minutes walk to shops etc.  
  • Stunning views from all windows and garden.
  • Lounge has living flame gas fire.
  • Newly fitted bathroom with wash basin, bath with shower over and separate toilet.
  • Cottage has south facing garden with garden furniture, and private parking for one car within garden gates.
  • Gas central heating and washer/dryer.
  • Electricity and gas included.
  • No pets in this cottage.
Beck is a beamed cosy cottage with its own unique charm. It was originally part of a farmhouse and now forms one of a small group of cottages in a quiet residential area only 2 minutes walk to shops.  
  • Lounge has electric flame effect fire.
  • Newly fitted bathroom with shower, washbasin and wc.
  • Parking on quiet lane (normally in front).
  • Gas central heating, gas and electricity included.
  • One pet by arrangement in this cottage only.
Also  Couter Cottage  - Chapel Stile near Ambleside, and Meadowbank Lodge - Staveley near Windermere.
Photos below:
Couter Cottage (left), Meadowbank (right)

    
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
20 Dec, 27 Dec, 3 Jan, 10 Jan, 17 Jan, 24 Jan



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 BECK & HILLSIDE COTTAGES
Ambleside,
Cumbria

Photo: Hillside Cottage

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Sleep: 4.
Cot by arrangement.
1 pet by arrangement at Beck only.
No pets in Hillside.
Electricity, gas and all bedding inclusive, please bring towels.

Price range £275 - £550 pw.

__________________

For further details please contact:

Norma Morris
Tel: 0161 790 8023
Mobile: 07 747 794 790
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
20 Dec, 27 Dec, 3 Jan, 10 Jan, 17 Jan, 24 Jan
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 Hillside and Beck are two charming 18th century white fronted cottages in Ambleside. The village is conveniently situated in the centre of the National Park at the head of Lake Windermere - ideal for exploring the whole of the Lake District. The cottages are within easy walking distance of the lake and steamer pier and only a few minutes walk from the centre of the village which has a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. Many varied level walks directly from the doorstep.

Photo: Beck Cottage

Each cottage has:    Hillside being the end one of a row of three cottages in an elevated position, yet only 5 minutes walk to shops etc.   Beck is a beamed cosy cottage with its own unique charm. It was originally part of a farmhouse and now forms one of a small group of cottages in a quiet residential area only 2 minutes walk to shops.   Also  Couter Cottage  - Chapel Stile near Ambleside, and Meadowbank Lodge - Staveley near Windermere.
Photos below:
Couter Cottage (left), Meadowbank (right)

    



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