This cosy little Lake District cottage lies in the village of Bouth, noted for one of Cambria's best pubs, The White Hart Inn and a delightful little local Deer Park. The location makes for easy exploration of the southern lakes to the north and south to Cartmel Village and the rolling meadows of the peninsulas and the south lakes coast.
Although the cottage sleeps four, its low ceilings and roaring log fire will make it the perfect cosy romantic retreat just for two.
The Living Spaces
Kiln Cottage lies at the end of a little row of three traditional 17thC cottages, next door to our other property, No 2 Kiln Houses. The cottage suits both as a small holiday home for four or as a cosy retreat for two. From the courtyard you enter the kitchen, fully equipped and most pleasant for dining. From the kitchen you step down to a hallway leading to the sitting room. Snug and warm it has painted oak beams, soft lighting and a plump sofa with two arm chairs facing the crackling open fire.
Seek out the Garden Room for a further quiet space to tuck up in winter around a log burning stove with a good book, or in the summer months extend inside-out to enjoy the garden and pastoral views. Also, great to enjoy dark skies!
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
From the sitting room you go into the front entrance hall, off which is the bathroom with bath, overhead shower, hand basin and WC and drying cupboard facility. Upstairs are two small bedrooms, one a king size double the other with 2ft 6” twin beds.
Garden Spaces & The Garden Room
Outside is the gravelled courtyard leading to the sunny, spacious, grassed garden, with meadow views and perfect for a barbecue. The Garden Room is a delight. Beautifully crafted the double doors open out to the garden, where with its log burning stove, and comfy sofas it will be a perfect space to write your postcards, fill in your journal, or simply tuck up with a good read.
All in all, a super cottage in a perfect location, which will offer a warm welcome for your Lakeland stay.
Lying between the southern Furness fells, and the Cartmel Peninsular, Bouth offers a quiet location to explore south Lakeland and the coast. A huddle of traditional cottages, the village centres on the pub, the White Hart Inn. Low beams and roaring fires in winter are served up with the best roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, the finest local brewed ales and a friendly welcome from landlord Nigel Barton and his team.
Surrounding the village are easy walks, noted is the Deer Park and its little visitor centre. Five miles east is the foot of Lake Windermere where you can hire row and sailing boats. South lies the Cartmel Peninsula and the Morecambe bay. The village of Cartmel is one of our little gems and is a foodie's paradise, attracting rave reviews and celebrities.