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Rosthwaite is near several different lakes where you can enjoy watersports and a gentle lakeside walk. However, if you’re after something a little more challenging there are plenty of nearby fells to tackle. Scafell Pike isn’t too far either if you want to summit the highest mountain in England. Make sure you go prepared, and you will be treated to impressive views on a clear day. From the village itself, there is beautiful countryside as far as the eye can see; the views in the Lake District have been a source of inspiration for hundreds of years.
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Amanda - verified booking
"Firstly, there is no garden! Absolutely nowhere the children could play. There is a small patio at the front which was overgrown most of the time we were there and is on the road, so not a useable space. The freezer was disgusting and I needed to defrost and disinfect before we could use it. The whole house needs a deep clean to get rid of the horrible smoky smell - we ended up frebreezing everything. The sofas just need replacing! Not enough batteries for the remotes, tiny TV and no spare light bulbs. Kitchen was well equipped although no salt or pepper etc! Mattresses were very old - the double was ok but the singles weren't very comfortable. Bathroom lock was broken as was the light pull - snapped completely in my son's hand. Not enough leg room on the toilet! Would be better with the fridge in the kitchen (or a fridge freezer) and a dishwasher! Plus wifi as you only get vodaphone signal here! Booked late so there wasn't much choice but thought it was expensive for what it was, especially considering what you could get instead in the local area. Property could be so much nicer with a little TLC and a small amount of money. Up for sale and feels as if the owners have given up with it a bit."
Mary - verified booking
"We have stayed at High Knott several times pre conservatory and after. This is why we wouldn't return.Old and really uncomfortable sofas.Needs blind in main bedroom for privacy from neighbouring houses.Kitchen needs much more lighting.Both radios/cd are really old and need replacing.No WiFi in 2016???No manual for cooker hob.Patio surrounded by weeds and discarded items.Leak in roof of conservatoryLack of glasses i.e. tumblers that are not chipped.Only one frying pan. Cupboards full of stuff visitors wouldn't use.Tumble dryer in filthy garage full of junk.Television almost impossible to watch as colour is predominantly green, picture quality poor.Conservatory guttering broken and leaking.Bed linen needs replacing.Bungalow needs a deep, deep clean. It would appear that pet sprays are not used in the cleaning although an extra premium is paid for a dog.We vacated 3 days early as we could not put up with the condition of High Knott any longer."
Chris - verified booking
"The kitchen equipment was bizarre: although there were vast numbers of glasses and teaspoons, there were no tongs for the cooker, only a tiny fridge (despite the huge utility area) and no dishwasher. The twin bedroom has nowhere to store clothes. Inadequate lighting in the kitchen, particularly when washing up at night.Upper Borrowdale is a great location, with stunning views and fantastic walking.The cottage needs to have the cobwebs and dead flies thoroughly removed before letting. The prevalence of houseflies is clearly a problem in July and the house needs to address it in some way. The flykiller patches on the windows seemed to have lost their efficacy.There didn't seem to be a local shop, although the location is excellent for outdoor activities and pub restaurants.The cottage is good value, but still needs to address the other issues listed where possible."
katehoward86 - verified booking
"We stayed for 7 night in May at Littlebeck with our 7 month old baby and had a wonderful first holiday as a family of 3. The cottage was very comfortable and had everything we needed. Very well equipped for a family with a little one including highchair and travel cot. The washing machine came in very handy! The location was perfect. 15 minute drive from Kesick and some lovely shops and lots of breathtaking walks right from the doorstep. We found all the guidebooks and information really useful. We could have stayed for another week as there were so many walks and activities we wanted to try. We were extremely lucky that we had gorgeous weather all week and only used the wood burning stove once. The cottage was warm in the evenings and we made lots of use of the garden and BBQ. We would definitley come back for another holiday."
Amanda - verified booking
"Lovely cottage approx 25 min drive from Keswick. Felt remote and tranquil with immediate access to walking paths. Borrowdale Youth Hostel is closest amenities with a bar (one mile walk along the river). WiFi and incoming landline were problematic however the owner was most efficient in getting BT out to look at it. A digital detox isn’t a bad thing... closest 4G is up the hill along the track. Vodafone had best coverage by far.In terms of access, the bridge to enter the property is very tight. It’s a miracle we didn’t damage the car. Neighbours turn their vehicle at the turning point just beyond the bridge and approach from the other direction which is much better."