Meadow View in Hawkshead, Cumbria

Hawkshead, Hawkshead, Near and Far Sawrey

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Meadow View

Accommodation details
Sleeps: 4
Rooms: 2
Set down one of medieval Hawkshead’s cobbled streets, this comfortable holiday cottage dates back 300 years. Just off the village’s traffic-free centre, there are numerous shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. At the head of Esthwaite Water, Meadow View is an ideal base from which to tour the lakes. Why not start with a trip 2635ft up The Old Man of Coniston. Guests will find there is something here to suit most interests. Enjoy a visit to the Ruskin Museum, the Beatrix Potter Gallery and Galava Roman Fort. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy walking, climbing, biking and sailing are all catered for.Ground floor: 1 twin bedroom. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet. First floor: Living/dining room/kitchen. Second floor: 1 double bedroom. Separate toilet.Open fire in living room inc. Gas CH, gas, elec and bed linen inc. DVD. CD. Gas hob. Electric oven. M/wave. Tel-incoming calls only. Parking (1 car). NB: The first floor can also be accessed by external stairs.

Amenities

  • Open Fire
  • Fuel and Power Included
  • DVD player

Reviews of Meadow View

April 2010
Guest

Well equipped,clean, warm and centrally located in Hawkshead made this and ideal property for our stay.

March 2010
Guest

Excellent Location, very clean and suprisingly big property.

Feb 2010
Guest

It was lovely and warm and very clean.

Feb 2010
Guest

I love the fact that Meadow View is on 3 levels, although this time our baby granddaughter came to stay for 2 days and we had to be very mindful of the stairs in the lounge area.

Nov 2009
Guest

Open fire, and just a great little cottage.

Aug 2009
Guest

The cottage was comfortable, it suited our party very well, having 2 separate front doors and 2 sleeping areas separated by a 1st floor lounge and kitchen diner.

May 2009
Guest

Excellent location to explore the Lake District. Very convenient to general shops. Situated in a very quiet courtyard.

Feb 2009
Guest

A perfectly-placed and comfortable base from which to explore this part of the Lake District.

Nov 2008
Guest

It was centrally located with adequate parking which was very useful. It was possible to do many different walks from the actual cottage without having to use the car. A good, well stocked supermarket was very close.

Nov 2008
Guest

Please, never take away the coal fire. GREAT.

May 2012
Guest

Park directly in front of the property.

April 2012
Guest

We loved the cottage clean and comfortable, great location and parking would book again.

April 2012
Guest

This accommodation is in a good spot being centrally located in Hawkshead. A comfortable holiday home and most of the equipment was fine. This was our third stay in hawkshead and we find a good location in the lake district being fairly central in the area.

Dec 2011
Guest

This is our 5th stay at this cottage, we think its bril, cosy and warm, the real coal fire is very inviting and always lots of coal. The sloping floors and quirky bits that just had to the character of the building. Excellent place to return to after a long walk.

Nov 2011
Guest

Nice village location for all the pubs which serve good food. Our choice for the best food would have to be The Queens. Beautifully presented and it taste lovely. This occasion was a short stay at Meadow veiw, but still had time to visit Tarn Hows and Grizdale. Spectacular. We took our 7 year old grandaughter who loved every minute. If I had one complaint it would have to be the downstairs single bed opposite the door. It was so squeaky. I slept downstairs with my Grandaughter for safety reasons. Every time she turned over in bed it woke her and myself, so did not get has much sleep has we would have liked, it is a twin bedroom. This bed needs changing in my opinion. In all we had a lovely time and would certainly return.

Sept 2011
Guest

Lovely comfortable cottage, (stairs may be a problem as we get older), lovely fire in winter with plenty of coal. We stayed last winter when the snow was thick it was so picturesque. Parking really good, will stay again. The hospitallity in the Red Lion was really good, the steak and ale pie in the King’s Arms are to die for. Overall a brilliant place to stay and do plenty of walks.

Aug 2011
Guest

Fab location, in a beautiful village, plenty to do, wish we had stayed longer.

March 2011
Guest

A very quaint, old cottage, where everything isn’t quite where you expect it to be! Perfect location in the middle of Hawkshead, but also quiet as it’s in a little courtyard. Would definitely recommend!

Feb 2011
Guest

Good location for local amenities and attractions, also bus roots.

Feb 2011
Guest

Value for money, character accommodation. Well equipped kitchen. Sloping bedroom floor! Lovely to have a fire to relax in the evenings.

Dec 2010
Guest

Really excellent position, cosy cottage close to village centre, really efficient heating and lovely open fire.

Nov 2010
Guest

Nice and homely, very welcoming and warm.

Sept 2010
Guest

Meadow view was very warm and homely in a historic village which was relevantly nestled away from the bustle of every day life.

June 2010
Guest

Quiet flat.

May 2010
Guest

It is right in the village of Hawkshead. Plenty of lovely places to enjoy good food and drink. Good for easy walking. Cottage has all you need for a break.

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Key features

  • Owner Services Region
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Short Breaks All Year
  • Car Parking Available
  • Bed Linen Included
From €341 to €754 weekly
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