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Staveley is surrounded by some of the best countryside the UK has to offer, this is unsurprisingly a brilliant destination for walkers. From gentle strolls along the banks of nearby Windermere to more challenging hikes up some of the nearby fells, there is no shortage of choice here. There is also a nature reserve nearby, and one a year you can catch the Staveley Carnival. This is a lovely place for a staycation.
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Staveley To Rent.
Martin - verified booking
"The aim was to find a cottage close to the M6 and the Eastern and Central Fells to coincide with the Hawkshead Brewery beer festival just down the road. Staveley is a great centre with the 555 bus stop, Beer Hall, grocery shop, baker, several cafes and butcher all in easy walking distance. The cottage is beautifully fitted out and there is a spacious sun room as you enter, adjoining a very big kitchen which leads on to a large sitting room. The ground floor also includes a downstairs loo and clothes washing and drying facilities. We didn't need the sitting room at all as there is a TV with DVD player in the sun room. The three bedrooms are well presented and there is an en suite bathroom for the master bedroom plus a separate bathroom for the other two rooms. The only negative point is that traffic starts to pass close by the cottage from about 6.00am so light sleepers will be woken unless you sleep in the small room at the back. There are some big trucks from the factories further up the Kentmere valley which use the road. Two small cars will fit on the cottage forecourt.We walked the Kentmere Round (8 hours including breaks), went up Pike o' Stickle and a few other summits from the New Langdale Hotel, did Helvellyn and Catstycam via Swirral Edge (scary in the rain) plus Great Carrs and Swirl How from Wrynose Pass. The beer festival was very good! Have a walk round Craggy Wood where the Cumbria Wildlife Trust is raising funds to purchase the wood from the Lake District National Park Authority https://www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/appeals/craggy-wood. Thank you for the wine and sausage token - nice touch. We had a great time!"
Steve - verified booking
"I have stayed at this cottage on a number of occasions over the last 3/4 years. It is a fantastic place, ideally located for a relaxing break. However, it is in need of some ongoing maintenance. In the front bedroom/ bathroom alone the following needs attention - the shelf above the sink is falling off, the light fitting above the sink has a bulb cover missing, the toilet roll holder/ towel holder both require fixing back to the wall. the shelf in the bedroom itself is leaning down at a precarious angle. In the kitchen there was a ceiling light out and the magnetic knife holder is loose. In the main seating area the front cover of a double electic socket was loose, It could also do with a review of the crockery (some of it is chipped) and although knives, forks etc are plenfiful some other kitchen equipment ie, weighing scales, potato masher etc would be useful and other things like the large frying pan need replacing altogether as you can't get it clean. I appreciate that these are all minor things but sorted out the accommodation I feel would definitely be worthy of a higher rating"
Jackie H - verified booking
"Just got back from a very chilled stay at this lovely quirky cottage. It has everything you need and was clean and welcoming. Having a great wood burning stove was just like home from home for us. All the item of furniture and accessories are all well chosen and are of good quality. We took our little jack Russell and he was very at home here. The pub at Ings just up the road is so friendly and happy to have the dog in too we walked up most nights for a drink or two. Don't be put off by the road it is easy enough to cross it's not a motorway as some people are making out. The area is lovely the people are very friendly and the cottage is charming, what more do you want. We would love to book it again next year, sorry to have to go home."
SuzanneWales - verified booking
"This is a lovely little cottage situated just outside the village of Staveley. We arrived to find the radiators on to ensure a warm welcome and trust me there was plenty of hot water, ( see previous review). The cottage is small but very well laid out with a nice living room, kitchen and dining room built on. It was spotlessly clean and the upstairs bathroom and bedrooms are very nice. It is in a small cul-de-sac off the main Kendal to Windermere road but you have a parking space in a secluded area behind the cottage and a small enclosed patio so it was no problem. I brought my little dog who was very safe in this contained garden. I loved it and would recommend it to anyone. The Watermill pub is very close and does lovely food and in Staveley village there is a fab modern Indian restaurant and takeaway."
Jeremy - verified booking
"We know this area very well and we loved this house with its period features, enclosed backyard and attractive well-maintained gardens. The two staircases to access the bedrooms was very convenient but please note that the description of the house fails to mention that the bunk room opens directly onto steep stairs, a hazard for small children. We solved this by buying a stair gate (Argos in Kendal) but perhaps the owner could consider providing one. The surfaces in the house were clean but other things were not (blankets in wardrobe were grubby). There was no heating and hot water when we arrived despite the controls indicating otherwise; bit of a brain teaser until we realised the boiler thermostat was turned to zero! Better house instructions would have been useful."