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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Braithwaite.
Claire - verified booking
"A relaxing family break at The Larches. 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."
Hilary - verified booking
"My husband, baby and I had a lovely stay at Acorn Cottage. It’s in the lovely little village of Braithwaite near Bassenthwaite Lake. There are several mountain walks which you can do from the centre of the village and Whinlatter Forest is a short drive away. Afterwards the Royal Oak pub is immediately opposite the cottage for a nice cold pint. The village has a shop, 2 pubs and a tea room and a lovely campsite with another shop. Keswick is a short drive away for more amenities including a cracking fish and chip shop. The cottage is warm and cosy, with a modern kitchen, utility room and bathroom. The bedrooms are comfy and have decent storage. There is no noise from the pub except the daily bottle collection which is over quickly and takes place during day hours. There are lovely views of the mountains from all windows, and because I was up early with the baby I got to enjoy some gorgeous sunrises. Some of the rooms could benefit from a bit of modernising and a more comfy sofa and more chunky pillows would be great. But these do not detract from a wonderful stay."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"Whilst we enjoyed our holiday we think that with a few improvements to the cottage, it could be great and well worth the 4 stars it portrays to be. Firstly we noticed the floors were still wet from where the floors had been cleaned but nothing else seemed to have been. From the amount of cobwebs and spiders around the house, we presume it hadn't been dusted for sometime and had to clear these ourselves. We noticed light bulbs weren't working - perhaps these should be checked at change over. The double bed is very small and the pillows very uncomfortable. We ended up sleeping in the twin which wouldn't have been our first choice for sleeping arrangements. A guide to some local walks wouldnt go a miss as although braithwaite is only a 20 minute walk away, it is through a forest which has some tricky paths and not really suitable to walking in darkness. (Say after dinner from the pub) That said the kitchen and living room are very nice and well equipped."
Joyce - verified booking
"Excellent location for us , quiet and peaceful , beautiful views of the fells from windows , a place to sit out if the weather allows .Acorn cottage was clean , comfortable , Kitchen well equipped for eating ,although could have done with an idiots guide for working the cooker hob . Good eating places in walking distance , with the pubs in the village and a small but welcoming shop ,with Keswick 5 minutes away in car there were more amenities close . Love the northern lakes area as it is quieter , but could drive further with spectacular views to visit the more popular tourist places also . Cottage quite expensive in peak period but slept 5 so if you were sharing the cost it would be more reasonable ."
Gemma - verified booking
"I stayed at Beck Edge cottage over the Easter holidays with my partner and his three children. The cottage was perfect for two adults and three children. The only thing that was a little difficult was that the door opens pretty much straight onto the road so maybe with small children it might be an issue. The cottage was clean and decorated well, with great facilities including a washer and dryer which came in handy with the children. I would definitely stay at Beck Edge again and I think that for the price we paid (roughly £100 a night) it was definitely value for money."