Pepper Yeat: Sawrey
This delightful 17th century grade 2 listed cottage in far Sawrey has retained many of its original features, low doorways, beams, traditional slate floors and panelling all add to the undoubted charm of this “hidden gem”.
The village pub is just a short walk away
There are a good selection of walks from the doorstep. As well as easy access Windermere lake and Hawkshead Village.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES OF
The flagged hallway leads to the cosy lounge with TV, DVD, comfy seating for 4 and views of the front garden.
The kitchen is light with 2 windows overlooking the garden and patio and is equipped with cooker, fridge/freezer,washer and microwave.
The dining room/garden room, has seating for 4 as well as 2 armchairs perfect for reading and gazing out over the pretty, colourful garden.
There are three bedrooms 1 double and two singles. All have views of either the front or rear gardens.
On the landing the bathroom has bath, hand held shower attachment, wc and basin. There is an additional wc.
There is a secure garage shared with the owners, ideal for storing bikes or muddy boots and walking gear. Guests have there own lawn and patio area to the rear of the cottage, garden furniture is provided for you.
The cottage offers delightful accommodation from May to Oct. Private off road parking for two cars.
Name: Elisabeth Lamb - 4-Aug-2012
Comment: Lovely, friendly place to stay. Great dog friendly
base to explore area and most importantly fab
pub 2 mins away!
Name: Kristina Woodall - 7-Jul-2012
Comment: The cottage was full of character inside, very comfortable,with a lovely garden, and very peacefully situated whilst only being 5 minutes walk from 2 excellent pubs, both dog friendly, serving good food and beer.The owner next door was friendly, allowing us to put our bikes in her garage. There is really good cycling from the door; Grizedale Forest is not far.
There is a great walk up Claife Heights and Latterbarrow, about 7 miles round trip from the door, and also a lovely walk down to Lake Windermere from the door, where its possible to catch the ferry to Bowness, and then the boat for a trip to Ambleside.
There is a bus stop nearby,giving access to Hawkshead, Coniston, Ambleside etc, so a car is not essential.
Name: Andrew Norton - 27-Aug-2011
Comment: Pepper Yeat is a quirky cottage bursting
with character set in a beautiful part
of the Lake District and is an ideal
base for those looking to explore
surrounding areas. It has lovely gardens
and is well equipped. It is very
comfortable, warm and clean. It is about
a ten minute stroll to The Tower Bank
Arms which I would highly recommend as
the food is great. We will definitely be
staying at this cottage again.
Name: KATHRYN YOUE - 7-Aug-2010
Comment: beautiful location,roomy, well equipped. just like living in Tom Kittens house.lovely outlook from garden.