Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
This delightful Grade II listed cottage is situated in the heart of Ambleside where there are a good selection of shops and restaurants. It was refurbished to a high standard in 2005 since when we have received many favourable comments from a steady stream of satisfied visitors. A number of original features have been preserved to maintain the charm of the cottage.
The cottage has the benefit of full gas central heating. There is a double bed in the front bedroom and two single beds in the back bedroom. There is an open fire, flat screen television, DVD player and DVD’s in the cosy sitting room / diner.
The fitted oak kitchen is well equipped and includes an electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment and dish washer. The three piece bathroom suite is supplemented by a heated towel rail and shaver point. There is a shower over the bath.
Coal, bed linen, tea towels and a bath mat, a cot / high chair if required, a permit to park in Compston Street at the back of the cottage as parking in Church Street is restricted.
We allow dogs in all of our cottages subject to our usual conditions – guaranteed house clean, confined to the ground floor and not allowed on the furniture. We make a charge of £10 for a dog.
Bookings, deposits and balance due dates:
If the cottage is booked less than six weeks ahead the full balance will be due to Cottages Direct at the time of booking. If the cottage is booked more than six weeks ahead, the booker will be required to pay Cottages Direct commission of 10% of the tariff price plus VAT by credit or debit card. This will be deducted from the tariff price.
A deposit payment of one third of the net tariff price (after deduction of the 10% + VAT commission) will then be required by the cottage owners before a booking is confirmed. The balance will be due one month before the start of a stay.
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