Lounge with wood burner
Dining area with wood burner
Towards the welcoming cottage, with the highly regarded village pub next door
Double bedroom
Small double
The front of the cottage in the peaceful village of Bouth
1 / 8  Lounge with wood burner
2 / 8  Kitchen/diner
3 / 8  Dining area with wood burner
4 / 8  Towards the welcoming cottage, with the highly regarded village pub next door
5 / 8  Double bedroom
6 / 8  Small double
7 / 8  Bathroom
8 / 8  The front of the cottage in the peaceful village of Bouth

Hill View

Bouth (Nr Newby Bridge), Lake District
Sleeps 3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Property code: LCC26


This cosy cottage lies in the village of Bouth, noted for one of Cumbria's best pubs, The White Hart Inn. The location makes for easy exploration of the southern lakes and, to the south, Cartmel Village and the rolling meadows of the peninsulas and the south lakes coast.

The cottage lies at the heart of Bouth village, adjoining the pub, overlooking the little village green with its children's play area. The cottage owner and landlord of the White Hart Inn offers his guests a complimentary pint to convivially kick start their holiday.

Living Spaces

From the side entrance you step into the kitchen with its dining room area. Well equipped, you have a log-burning stove to add a little romance and atmosphere to the evening.

The sitting room is cosy, with an armchair and sofa set around another log-burner, perfect to curl up with a good book or take in a movie.

The rear hall area beyond the sitting room provides a laundry and cloakroom area, with the under stairs space a great favourite for dogs to curl up after a long day out.

Bedrooms & Bathrooms

Upstairs and you have two very nice bedrooms, one a standard double the second a smaller 4' suitable for an adult or two children, with the main bathroom offering a whirlpool bath where you can relax tired limbs after a day on the fells.

This is a great cottage, perfect for a small family and ideal for a couple that wish for an easy holiday, where they can relax and enjoy a meal and drink after the day's explorations - Perfect.

The Location

Bouth lies four miles to the west of Lake Windermere, at the southern end of the Rusland Valley. Popular with visitors for a peaceful setting among low fell, it is away from the busy crowds, offering pretty local walks and cycle rides, where you can explore the country lanes and visit the deer park.

Adjoining the cottage is the excellent White Hart Inn. Warmly hosted by Nigel Barton, he offers one of the finest cellars of local ales along with robust pub grub, both served up by the glow of roaring log fires under a canopy of blackened oak beams. Nigel extends a complimentary 'welcome' drink at the bar to all his Hill View guests during their stay.

A short car ride brings you to the foot of Lake Windermere and the River Leven, where you will find the villages of Newby Bridge, Lakeside, Finsthwaite and Backbarrow, along with The National Trust's Fell Foot Park. Here there are gardens, a cafe and at the lake shore fishing, jetties for mooring and hiring rowing and sailing boats, along with a ferry crossing to Lakeside. Also, at Lakeside, steamers and launches leave for trips on the lake and can be used as a sort of waterbus to explore other areas. Also at Lakeside is the steam railway terminus and the Lakeland Aquarium. Nearby at Backbarrow is the famous Lakeland Motor Museum with over 30,000 exhibits.

From Finsthwaite a track leads up to Low & High Dam, one of my favourite small tarns, easy to get to and perfect for a picnic or paddle in summer.

For dining or a drink there are some good choices. The Lakeside Hotel overlooks the lake and offers a traditional bar serving local ale, a lounge bar and contemporary bistro, along with a more formal restaurant offering fine cuisine, perfect for celebration or just a little indulgence. At Newby Bridge you have the Swan Hotel, with its gardens overlooking the River Leven and offering a decent bar and bistro restaurant.

Head south down onto the Cartmel Peninsula and you have winding country lanes that lead to Morecambe Bay. The village of Grange over Sands overlooks the bay with a mile-long promenade. There are some excellent shops including Higginson's award-winning butchers, two bakers, a grocer and a host of little cafes and tearooms. Over the fell lies Cartmel, one of Cumbria's prettiest villages. Four pubs, Rogan's restaurant, the Michelin awarded L'Enclume, a huge Norman priory and a national hunt race course along with narrow streets and a little river make for the perfect village setting.

At Cark there is Holker Hall, a fine country house and gardens open to the public also offering a food hall with local produce. If you are still in the mood for more grand houses, then at the other end of the peninsula is Levens Hall a fine house built around 1590 and boasts one of the finest topiary gardens in the UK.

North from the cottage, up the Rusland valley, you come to the Grizedale Forest where you can purchase a map of the trails for both walking and mountain bikes. As you explore the forest you will come across fabulous sculptures, which are part of an ongoing art initiative sponsored by The Forestry Commission. North west lies Coniston Water and the Coniston mountain range, offering plenty of water activities and mountain trails to suit all abilities.

Please note there is a refundable £100 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

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  • Bedrooms - 1 double and 1 small double with 4’ bed (suitable for 1 adult or 2 children)
  • Bathroom with shower over bath, and WC
  • TV/DVD and hi-fi
  • Wi-Fi included (please note, the signal can be weak)
  • 2 wood burners -logs are available to purchase locally
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer
  • Bed linen, towels, electric, and heating included
  • 2 dogs welcome free of charge
  • Parking for 1 car
  • Shop 1 mile, pub within walking distance
  • £100 refundable security deposit payable prior to arrival

This property is personally managed by Anthony.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 18 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Imelda 27th September 2019

Excellent accommodation, very comfortable and relaxing everything you need in the cottage. Comfy bed and lovely spa bath too

Reviewed by Roy 1st July 2019

The cottage is comfortable and a decent size the only issue is that the bathroom is in need of some tlc although not too bad.The village is very quiet and very friendly the pub is very country fied and the food great.Some great walks round the area to suit all abilities .one word of warning dont use a sat nav get a map.

Reviewed by Gary 7th June 2019

Great village location, the owner of the cottage also owns the country pub next door which serves great food. The roads in the village are quiet and so great for early morning and late evening walks with the dog. The property is about 10 mins from the southern most tip of Lake Windermere and 20 mins from Bowness/Windermere town which is a lovely toRead morewn to explore and find coffee. Grizedale forest park is approx 20 mins away which is great for walking with numerous grades and distances. Hide

Reviewed by Terence 3rd June 2019

The cottage was clean and well equipped in a lovely location but needed a little more TLC, the slightly uneven floors should be highlighted as we had an elderly person with us who had very poor eyesight and found the differing levels/poor lighting unsettling.

Reviewed by Ross 20th May 2019

Small cottage, exactly as per the website, a pleasure to stay in. Plenty of room for 2 adults and a Whippet. Good food in the pub next door.

Reviewed by Donna Crompton and David Mycroft June 2017

We loved the little cottage in Bough in which we stayed for two nights last weekend. It was such a lovely quaint village and everyone was friendly. The cottage had its own wood burner which looked at smelt gorgeous. Maddie our dog loved it aswell, we will definitely recommend hill side. Thank you.

Reviewed by Roger and Pam Culpin April 2017

We enjoy our break at Hill View. It was very cosy but the best bit was the pub next door - good ale and food and very dog friendly. We know the area very well but, although the weather forecast was poor it was not as bad as expected and we did get some good walks in as well as experiencing the great Lakeland air. Thank you.

Reviewed by Jayne, Steven & Isabelle May 2016

Lovely comfortable cottage. Good breakfast at the pub! Old Hall Farm worth a visit!

Reviewed by Jason & Rebecca May 2016

Great place to stay! We will come back again!

Reviewed by Jack & Amy April 2016

Fab week in this lovely cottage and sleepy' Bouth. Great food in the pub. Thanks!

Reviewed by Martin, Janice, Jean & Steve April 2016

Beautiful cottage. Lovey food and welcome from all. Hope to come back again.

Reviewed by Mark March 2016

What a great little cottage! Thank you for a terrific night in the pub/upstairs in the restaurant.

Reviewed by Jane, Tony, Andy, Racheal & baby Ellie March 2016

Great week in this lovely place for my 60thBirthday. It could not have been better. Everyone of us have had a great time. Thank you.

Reviewed by Paul, Carol & John February 2016

Great four days. Lovely weather and walks, cosy cottage to come back to.

Reviewed by Holly, Bethan, Richard & Tara February 2016

Thank you we have had a lovely stay! Perfect cottage, great pub and friendly village.

Reviewed by Debbie & Andy January 2016

Another great stay.

Reviewed by Caroline & Steve January 2016

Lovely stay at your cottage. Snow made it special. Thank you.

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

Adventure, memories and awe-inspiring natural beauty await you in the rugged, wild and unique Cumbrian Lake District where beautiful expanses of water merge with magical forests against a backdrop of dramatic mountains and fells.

This ancient land has been sculpted by time and nature and is the newest UNESCO World Heritage Site and the first UK National Park to be awarded this outstanding accolade. Poets, writers and artists throughout the ages have been instinctively drawn here; William Wordsworth, Beatrix Potter and John Ruskin, to name a few. The attractions and the diverse landscape will not fail to charm the young and the young at heart, whether that be thrill-seeking activities you seek, pure and cathartic inspiration or simply just some relaxation, you will find it here.

Cycling, walking, canoeing, white-water rafting, flying, parachuting and ballooning are just some of the offerings for any level of adrenalin junky. Experience the glory of nature in the wild or in a setting such as the Predator Experience where you can walk with wolves and learn about the importance of conservation. For a complete day of family, enjoy treetop capers at Go-Ape in the Grizedale Forest.

Vibrant towns and villages are there to be discovered, be it by land or water. You can step back in time and enjoy a steamboat cruise on a lake or leisurely unearth the dynamic scene of contemporary art, culture and some of the best dining in the UK by foot, bus or car.

The National Park is an area of breath-taking beauty that will leave you spoilt for choice, refuelled and inspired. So much so that you’ll want to come back time and time again.

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