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Copeland District Self Catering
Pele Tower - 25366
Blake Fell Cottage
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Ruth - verified booking
"We had a great stay at Denton Rise & really enjoyed our time in the Lake District. The cottage was clean throughout and well equipped with plenty of space for us all (5 adults) to eat, sleep & have fun. The outside space was also really lovely. We were mainly there to visit Scafell Pike, for which the cottage was perfectly positioned. The village itself is small with just one village store (almost directly opposite the cottage) and a handful of pubs. Gill was a really lovely & welcoming host. She left us cakes from her bakery as a welcome gift and although her bakery was closed for the weekend she did make us some lovely pies which were left on the side in the kitchen for us to heat up after our hike which was just what we needed! Only criticisms would be that the decor it a little outdated (but who really cares about that?!) & the games tables were child sized which we didn't expect - it did make us chuckle & we still enjoyed playing on them in the evenings though. Overall a really great place to stay, lovely host, beautiful surroundings and we would definitely return."
Sheena - verified booking
"Seascale is a very safe and friendly village where the locals make you feel welcome.The beach is amazing and sunsets are outstanding.There is also a train line for easy access to Whitehaven and beyond.The car park is a short walk and free to use.The local ice cream parlor is a must during your stay. There is limited shops; which meant for us, we went browsing at Whitehaven.Shingle cottage is a Victorian terrace with lovely views to the front of the sea and to the mountains at the rear. The decor is traditional, clean and tidy and well equipped.If you are looking for a holiday with a top of the range kitchen and ensuite , this is not for you.But, if you are looking for a cosy holiday home to enjoy sitting by the fire, relaxing and spending quality time together, you cannot go wrong.The only point to note is that the single roomis very small and would not suit an elderly person as it is extremely narrow about 3 foot wide, but the views and cozy feeling are ideal for achild.All in all ,we cannot wait to go back."
Richard - verified booking
"We chose the wettest weekend (on record?) when 5000 homes were affected by floods. Despite this we had an enjoyable stay and it was good to have the games room as a distraction when the rain set in. This could be improved - there was one wonky cue for the pool table and the darts were challenging! Nevertheless it provided an hour or two of fun. The rooms in the property are spacious, particularly the lounge, and the owners had certainly made it feel very festive with lots of Christmas decorations. The kitchen is well equipped with everything you are likely to need for storing food, cooking and eating. There is a washing up machine as well as the sink but there were no soap tablets or any washing up liquid - while these items may have been removed by a previous visitor a little or either would have been helpful on arrival. There is a good sized garden so we may consider visiting again in summertime."
Mark - verified booking
"Overall this cottage is well equipped and both the seating and beds are comfortable. There is a well stocked convenience store just across the road and almost next door is a refurbished pub, unfortunately the interior looks more like an wine bar, somewhat clinical in design. We much prefer a more traditional pub and we got close to that in the Gosforth Hall but they don't serve food there until 5pm, but the food is great and mostly a warm welcome awaits. Gill, the owner of Denton Rise who lives across the road at the bakery was very welcoming and the visitors book has entries over the last few years that echo that sentiment. If you want easy access to both the seafront 2 miles or fantastic walks with great views at Wasdale Water then this cottage is a great choice."
Michael - verified booking
"Denton Rise is an excellent cottage in a fine situation. We had one or two small niggles (missing remote for DVD, broken bread knife, no non slip mat for inside the shower) all promptly dealt with by Gill, the owner who lives across the road. We were extremely comfortable; there is plenty of room and the cottage is well lit and warm. The only real faults were that there really needs to be some work surface lighting in the kitchen and the central heating boiler could perhaps be looked at as it went haywire in the 2 thunderstorms we had while we were there (again promptly dealt with by Gill). This latter may just be a hazard of being on the West coast of Cumbria!! As you gather Gill is extremely helpful and we would certainly want to stay at Denton Rise again."