Holiday Cottages In Braithwaite To Rent
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This pretty village is graced with some of the most beautiful surroundings. The babbling Coledale Beck runs through Braithwaite and nearby visitors will find impressive fells and glistening lakes nearby. The closest lakes are Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite; both of which allow swimming, sailing, and kayaking. In terms of walking, the choice is seemingly endless but the closest fell is Barrow. For things to do nearby choose from visiting the Force Crag mine, or perhaps taking a trip to Keswick.
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Jo - verified booking
"Lovely cottage in lovely location. This was our second visit. The cottage really does have everything you need and is incredibly stylish and well presented. The aga is great once you get used to it. 2 pubs in walking distance. We only went to coledale Inn which is lovely (although food is rather average. Steaks were nice. Vegetarian meals are very poor)We would love to return every year. My only grumble is the price of the cottage. As with all cottages the prices soar in school holidays which is unnecessary. I am restricted to school holidays. It was my choice to have a child and as a punishment, I'm forced to pay inflated prices for holidays for 14 years of my child's life just because cottage owners can get more. It doesn't cost more to run the cottage last week than it will in 2 weeks time. The price increased from last year and any further increase would price us out especially when it's Friday to Friday so we can only travel after school so arrive really late. A reduction for return visitors if booked well in advance would be nice to see. I would have appreciated a little more wood for the fire. There was only enough wood left to burn for few hours. We had to travel to Keswick to buy wood, kindle and fire lighters as none in local shop. But these are just my views. This is a spectacular cottage."
Claire - verified booking
"A relaxing family break at S84886. A lovely week the weather was very kind meaning we could get out and explore the area. The cottage was clean, cosy with a real fire and all the facilities you need to feel at home. Beautiful contemporary bathroom and a invigorating rainfalll shower room.The only negative point was the parking. We could easily park the car outside the property close to the wall and gate however a very rude neighbour took it upon himself to have a word with my husband complaining that we were parked to close to the gate, hindering being able to get the bins out for collection( obviously we would of moved the car for this and didn’t need to be told), there was simply no need and this put a slight damper on our stay. Saying that we would definitely consider staying at the cottage again simply due to its location. A lovely walk from the doorstep up to the Whinlater Pass and it’s visitors centre is a must, lots of trails to walk from moderate to strenuous, great days out in Keswick, Bowness and a lovely peaceful walk around Crummock Water followed by a little drink at The fantastic Kirkstile Inn Loweswater."
Judith - verified booking
"This is a lovely cottage in a great location. It is cosy yet spacious and extremely well equipped. It’s Ideally placed for exploring the lakes, fells and valleys with many lovely walks on your doorstep. It’s also only a short distance from the lovely town of Keswick and it’s many attractions and an easy drive from other towns and villages such as Cockermouth, Windermere, Buttermere etc. we had a wonderful week here and because the kitchen is such a good size and equipped with anything you could possibly need for self catering we were happy to eat in most evenings, which we found easier with our dog. If you do want to eat out there are are two excellent pubs and a restaurant in Braithwaite itself. The village shop is very convenient and reasonably priced and stocks most of what you might need with two major supermarkets located in nearby Keswick .We would definitely recommend Braithwaite as a good base for a holiday in the lakes and I doubt you’d be able to find a more comfortable and well equipped cottage anywhere."
William - verified booking
"This barn conversion ticks most of the boxes and if my review was only about the accommodation I would rate it very highly, indeed, it is a quintessential British Barn conversion. However, parking is an issue if you have two cars. One car is no problem. The accomadation is called S50404 this is because it is located on the edge of a beck, however, ones view is blocked on a daily basis by neighbours washing, which, is placed on a line, in front of the kitchen window, stretched between the road sign and a pole. This inconsiderate behaviour detracted from the outside ambiance. Extra parking can be had near by at a local religious building but the locals are decidedly unfriendly. The local shop is well stocked and together with the village is very picturesque. A lose drain cover outside the accomadation is quite annoying every time a car passes over it.Overall the cottage itself is a credit to its owners and is spoiled only by others."
Olive - verified booking
"Comfortable cottage, with lovely views of Skiddaw range from one bedroom and pretty views and hills visible from everywhere else. Good sized rooms. Excellent kitchen diner and very well equipped indeed. Mattress on double bed was replaced very recently. Attractively decorated rooms. Nice to have the seating area in the front, outside the house that gets afternoon sunshine. Good off-road parking. Very close to a handy village shop that's open into the evening, even in the Autumn. Thermostat for heating temperature is flexible - that's helpful and heating & hot water work very well. Great area for accessing walks and other attractions. Boiler in bedroom cupboard comes on in the morning and you can't change the time but it wasn't a huge problem and yes, I'd agree with other reviews the sofa's are quite small for 4 adults. I'd love to go back though."