An outstanding contemporary barn conversion in a sublime location, with famous fell views through almost every window.
Only a couple of miles from Ambleside and just a stroll from the acclaimed Drunken Duck Inn, this spacious property is a paradise for walkers or lovers of Lakeland countryside. The views are enjoyed in every sociable space whatever the weather; sophisticated dining room, cosy lounge and even the crisp modern kitchen. On our milder days, a breathtaking furnished patio and extensive garden make Kirkley Bank one of our most special holiday homes for families, couples or friends. Please be aware there is a stream and steps in the garden, so be vigilant with children.
Accommodation in detail
Private parking for 3 cars. Wander through the garden to the entrance. The living room is cosy and bright with wonderful views, sumptuous sofas and woodburning stove. Separate dining room with large dining table and patio doors to the scenic sun terrace. The well-equipped kitchen also leads to the garden, via the utility room. There is also a ground floor shower room. Upstairs to the 3 bedrooms; 2 king-size double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom. Sleek white bathroom with shower over bath.
With all the charms of a large rural Lake District holiday home, this fabulous property is perfect for a walking holiday with so many routes to explore from the door. But it's also only a walk away from vibrant Ambleside village and all the attractions of Lake Windermere.
Ambleside is well-stocked with contemporary shops, renowned Lake District restaurants and traditional Lakeland pubs. Stroll from the village centre to Waterhead Pier, and you'll find Windermere Lake steamers provide your scenic route to Bowness and Lakeside. To your west, explore the breathtaking Langdale Valley, renowned for its unspoilt landscapes. Stroll the valley bottom to admire the views or take on the famous Langdale Pikes. There are several excellent country pubs in the valley to complete your day.
Ambleside is a great place to start if you plan to explore the wider Lake District. To your south is picturesque Hawkshead, famously home to the author Beatrix Potter whose home can be visited at Hill Top. Follow the A591 north past Rydal Water, and you'll reach historic Grasmere - a world-famous location for its connections with William Wordsworth.
2 king size, 1 twin
Gas central heating
Bathroom with power shower over bath
Shower room with power shower
Enclosed garden with sun terrace & garden furniture
Parking for upto 3 cars with space for a day boat
Private water supply
Close to excellent restaurant/pub
Telephone for incoming calls
Gas oven & hob
Fridge & freezer