Windermere, Lake District
Tucked between the valleys of Troutbeck and Kentmere, this quaint and modern property is a walker’s paradise.
The Pavilion, Applethwaite Hall is one of a small number of beautiful apartments in this superbly restored Arts and Crafts masterpiece. Originally built for the Roberts family by the renowned architect Thomas Muirhead, who designed the pavilions at The Oval and Old Trafford, Applethwaite Hall was completed in 1901 and enjoys views over Orrest Head and The Langdales. The Hall sits in its own private gardens bordered by woods and fields where deer and badgers are regularly seen.
Ideal location set on a quiet street only a few minutes’ walk from the heart of the Lakes with both Windermere and Bowness within walking distance.
A traditional cottage, with a stone facade and immaculate, contemporary interior, perfect for the colourful outlets and restaurants of Windermere, as well as the magnificent lake.
This warm and cosy apartment is set between Windermere and Bowness in the very heart of the Lakes, with everything on your doorstep to make a perfect holiday.
Converted from some of the oldest buildings in Windermere, this spacious property retains many original features and makes a wonderful holiday home for a family exploring the south-east Lake District.
A beautiful Victorian terraced house set in the heart of Windermere, this home away from home is the ideal base for a family getaway with plenty on offer for all.
A luxurious, grand house set in its own grounds with views over the stunning Lake Windermere and your own private hot tub - you’ll never want to leave.
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