Bedrooms:2 Bathrooms:2 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:4
Amenities:Balcony, Central heating, DVD Player, Filtered water, Freezer, Gas BBQ, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Restaurant, Shower, TV, Wireless Internet AccessActivities:Restaurants
Description:A beautifully luminous home which has been tastefully decorated with designer features and quality fittings throughout. nThe open plan living/dining offers a comfortable sitting area with 2 leather sofas (2 and 3 seater) and 3 stylish armchairs. Enjoy the sun coming through the large wooden windows (with their original shutters) or some viewing on the large wall mounted flat-screen TV (with Sky HD, DVD player, X box 360). The colour tone is neutral, with decorated walls and sculptures giving the room an eastern influence. nLeading on from the sitting room is the dining area where a striking white Saarinen table and Kartel chairs seat up to 6 with a view out to the leafy garden. nThe antique smoked oak floorboards carry on into the kitchen which is fabulously equipped with a Smeg double oven and 5 gas burners on the hob, microwave, US fridge/freezer with filtered water dispenser and ice maker. The white Corian worktop provides plenty of preparation space and contrasts nicely against the stainless steel shelving. A Juliet balcony provides a lovely view of the garden below. nDownstairs, the master bedroom is decorated in neutral colours with a feature wall of antique black and white flower print. There's a king-sized-bed with white Italian leather headboard, bedside tables, reading lights and a large wardrobe. The master bathroom is fitted with an ash olive wooden sink, double bath (with shower attachment), heated towel rail and downlights. nChildren will love the wonderfully colourful second bedroom. With white painted wooden floors, the room includes a white (adult-sized) bunk bed, toys and books for little guests to enjoy. There's also access through the double glass doors to the garden. nThe second bathroom has sandstone tiling, a bath (with wall-mounted power shower), big mirror, heated towel rail and quality wooden surfaces. nThere's an additional music room with a piano and keyboard, DVDs and books. This room also opens to the garden. nThe garden has a small table and chairs for 6 and a gas barbecue among some interesting plants including a banana palm, bamboos and tree fern. nThere are in-ceiling speakers in the master bedroom and sitting/dining rooms, a remote control for the central heating and wi-fi throughout. nThe apartment is in the upmarket area of Primrose Hill with a number of lovely shops - a bakery, fishmonger, cafes and restaurants (including a popular British gastro-pub and fine Italian restaurant) right on your street. Enjoy a stroll in London's famous Regent's Park or Primrose Hill or along the canal and into Camden for its legendary market and nightlife. For exploring further afield, the Chalk Farm tube is a 5 minute walk and it's 7 minutes to Camden Town. Alternatively, the C2 bus will zoom you down to Oxford Street in about 10 minutes.
Bedrooms:2 Bathrooms:2 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:4
Amenities:DVD Player, Dishwasher, Filtered water, Freezer, Internet Access, Laundry, Lounge, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Shower, TV, Towels, Wireless Internet AccessActivities:Running, Sightseeing
Description:The ultimate in luxury awaits you at Tendoose, this 2 bedroom 5 star Gold rated cottage which sleeps 4 boasts stunning views of Skiddaw and Latrigg and is situated close to the centre of Keswick with many walking and sightseeing opportunities, the picturesque shores of Derwentwater are only a short stroll away. nChampagne, chocolates and flowers can be ordered prior to your arrival. nAn ideal base for a luxurious romantic break at any time of year. nTendoose is situated on the edge of the popular bustling market town of Keswick in the Lake District National Park, and boasts open views towards the lakeland fells of Skiddaw and Latrigg. nThere is something for everyone with foot paths on your doorstep and beautiful lakes just beyond. nKeswick and the western Lake District have many fantastic places to visit and Tendoose is well placed for you to explore them all. nAn ideal destination for a romantic getaway, luxury break or family holiday at any time of the year. nTendoose is a luxurious two bedroomed townhouse with stunning views and garden located only a five minute walk from the centre of Keswick. nThe property has been renovated to an exceptionally high standard by award winning Lattimer homes. nThe owners have a wealth of experience in the tourism industry and along with their flare for design have created a stunning holiday home with exceptional levels of quality and comfort. nLuxury awaits you. nThe centrally heated accommodation comprises: n* Open plan ultra modern lounge/dining/kitchen. nLounge area with gas fire, wall mounted smart TV with sky HD and blue ray DVD player. nThe smart TV uses the complimentary Wi-Fi to allow guests to browse the internet and stream TV and films from apps such as BBC iplayer. n* Kitchen with electric oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, American style fridge/freezer with filtered water and ice maker. n* Boot room with washing machine, tumble dryer as well as drying facilities for wet or muddy walking gear. n* First floor: nContemporary conservatory with egg cup seating, i-Pod docking station, French doors lead out onto a veranda which is illuminated at night and has stunning fell views. n* Double bedroom with tea/coffee making facilities as well as TV with sky*. n* Twin bedroom. n* Bathroom with shower over bath, hand basin and WC. n* Shower room with hand basin and WC. n* All, gas electric, luxury bed linen and towels included. n* Complimentray Wi-Fi. n* Private driveway with ample parking. n* Delightful garden to front of the property. nPatio with garden furniture and large mature lawned garden with stream running through to the rear and side. n* Please note this property has a stream in the garden and roof top veranda and is therefore not suitable for children under 12 years. n* For special occasions Moet and Chandon Champagne, Thorntons chocolates or a bouquet of flowers can be ordered prior to arrival (please note orders must be placed 7 days prior to arrival).
Description:This lovingly restored farmhouse is in a quiet part of the Lake District in the less frequented Eskdale Valley on the western fringes of the national park. nTraditional features combine with modern day luxuries to make a home from home family cottage with an additional Bothy to sleep a further 3 people. The farmhouse sits in two acres of gardens with a meadow and stream and is surrounded by stunning scenery, with a wood burning stove and open fire, the cottage is an ideal luxurious retreat at any time of year. nClose to the Cumbrian coastline on the western fringes of the Lake District the Eskdale Valley has stunning scenery in a most peaceful, almost hidden part of the Lakes. nEskdale was described by Sir Alfred Wainwright as ‘the loveliest of all Lakeland valley’. nThe valley offers many attractions for visitors with the sandy beaches to the west and Langdale and Grasmere are easily reached with a trip over Wrynose and Hard Knott Pass to the east. nTaking a journey on the famous Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway is a must, chugging through spectacular vistas where you can stop off at various stations before reaching the sea where the River Esk finishes its journey in the ancient fishing village of Ravenglass. nFor those who enjoy a round of golf, Eskdale Golf Course has some of the most challenging holes against a most stunning backdrop. nMuncaster Castle and Gardens with their huge collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, is a pleasurable visit with plenty for all to enjoy at any time of year. nChurch House is a beautifully refurbished farmhouse, approached down a single track lane in an area of peace and tranquillity, adjacent to St Catherine’s Church and the River Esk. nThe farmhouse is set within its own two acres of walled gardens, which also has a meadow and stream (very shallow), and is encircled by views of the high fells. nLocated across a cobbled courtyard is a Bothy. nThe owners have used their wealth of experience in interiors and property renovation to painstakingly restore the farmhouse to provide a warm, luxurious retreat while still managing to retain original features giving the property its own character with a ‘boutique hotel’ feel. nThe owners have utilised the finest and ‘greenest’ of materials during the three-year renovation programme. nAll beams and much original stonework has been left exposed, Cumbrian sheep’s wool insulation and conservation grade double glazing has been used. n18 tonnes of lime was used, both inside and out, for lime mortar and render. nBreathable Earthborn paint and historic colours compliment a very sensitive and tasteful refurbishment. nThe farmhouse has beautiful Burlington slate floors over under floor heating generated by a ground source heat pump and radiators to the first floor and comprises: n* A period Cumberland slate porch leads through to a large sitting room. nAn original oak Westmorland cupboard, dated 1734, takes pride of place. nThere is an open fire and a large window with a window seat. nA large flat-screen TV, with a DVD player and an i-Pod station. nThere are two La-Z-Boy reclining chairs and a comfortable, vintage, three-seat sofa. nAntiques and fine art adorn. n* Off the sitting room is a small study, with OS wall map, plenty of books (fiction and reference), jigsaws and board games line the shelves. n* The kitchen has an Esse wood burning ‘Iron Heart’ range, with twin hob and oven, that can be used for cooking – or there is a modern Smeg electric cooker. A huge Rangemaster fridge/freezer even has a filtered water dispenser and ice cube maker. nThere is lovely Denby and Le Creuset pottery and crystal glassware. A dining table and seating is arranged in a south facing, triple-glazed sun room. nSliding doors and large glazing panes provide the perfect area to admire the majestic view or watch the bird life in the mature cherry tree close by in the front garden. n* A large utility room adjoins the kitchen with an AEG washing machine, sink and plenty of drying rails. nAlso off the kitchen is a cosy snug, with an enormous 7ft sofa and large wall mounted flat-screen TV, ideal for entertaining children! n* From here an original oak staircase leads to the first floor: nAll bedrooms have exposed original beams, polished wooden floors and hand-made shutters at the windows. n* The master double bedroom has a Victorian brass and enamelled king size bed with an open-plan feature polished slate shower, hand basin and concealed WC. n* The double bedroom has a Victorian brass and iron bed. n* A family bedroom has a double bed and a single bunk over. n* The family bathroom boasts a Santitan cast iron bath, hand basin and WC with local Broughton Moor slate. n* A stone Bothy is located across the courtyard and has a sofa bed and an open fire within a Victorian black iron grate. n* A sleeping platform with mattress is accessed via a ladder. n* A cloakroom with a hand basin and WC is located under the platform. n* For the brave there is a hot outdoor shower! nPlease note the Bothy is best suited to teenage children and you need to bring your own bedding. n* All electric, bed linen, towels and fuel for the fires included. n* Welcome hamper of essentials and some treats for guest to enjoy and complimentary toiletries. n* Cot and highchair available. n* Ample private parking. n* Two acres of grounds with enclosed, lawned gardens, a sheltered south facing courtyard with garden furniture perfect for alfresco dining. n* To the rear is a small and safe stream and a lovely wildlife meadow for children to explore and play in. n* The Bothy is only available with the cottage at a supplement of £50 per night.
Bedrooms:6 Bathrooms:4 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:15
Amenities:Child Friendly, Computer Access, Dishwasher, Filtered water, Freezer, Laundry, Microwave, Non-Smoking, Patio, Pets OK, Phone, Pool Table, Refrigerator, TV, Towels, Video Game Console, Wireless Internet AccessActivities:Board Games, Ping Pong
Description:This detached house is located in Millhouse Green on the edge of the Peak District and can sleep fifteen people in six bedrooms. Hartcliffe View is a detached house in the small Yorkshire village of Millhouse Green on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The house sleeps fifteen people and has six bedrooms, three with en-suites and a family bathroom. Also included in the accommodation are a fitted kitchen, a dining room, a reception room, a sitting room with gas fire and a games room. Outside is plenty of off road parking, an enclosed rear patio and an enclosed garden with football pitch. Perfect for discovering South Yorkshire and the Peak District, Hartcliffe View is a superb family-sized holiday home. n nAmenities: Gas underfloor heating with gas fire and solar panels for electricity. Four electric ovens and gas hob, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer with ice maker/filtered water, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 9 x TVs with Freeview, including 52”, TV with PlayStation 3 in sitting room, telephone for incoming calls only, computer with printer, free WiFi, selection of books, board games, PlayStation 3 games and DVDs, gun safe, outdoor CCTV, dog bed and bowl. Fuel and power inc. in the rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in the rent. Cot and highchair. Games room with pool table, table football and table tennis. Off road parking for 9 cars. Enclosed rear patio with furniture and large enclosed garden with football pitch. Four well-behaved pets welcome, on ground floor only. Sorry, no smoking. Shop, pub and Post Office 2 mins walk. Note: The second floor is accessed via a spiral staircase. Note: No stag and hen parties. Note: Check in 4pm. n nRegion: The ultimate in “,year-round”, appeal, the Peak District offers countryside, picturesque villages and magnificent scenery. It touches upon six counties and encloses 555 square miles of open moorland, flowing rivers, and wooded dales. n nTown: Millhouse Green is a small village on the north eastern edge of the Peak District National Park surrounded by moorland and many bridleways and footpaths. The village of Holmfirth is close by and there is easy access to Sheffield, Leeds, York and even the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Bedrooms:7 Bathrooms:7 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:15
Amenities:BBQ, Central heating, Child Friendly, Crib, DVD Player, Dishwasher, Filtered water, Freezer, Laundry, Linens, Microwave, Non-Smoking, Oven, Parking, Pets OK, Pool Table, Refrigerator, TV, TowelsActivities:Beach
Description:Pensarn Hall is a large, Victorian residence, in an elevated position, in Llanbedr near Harlech. Stretching over four floors, including a lower ground floor cellar for dogs, there are seven bedrooms, a double, two twin bedrooms and a family bedroom on the second floor, all en-suite, and a double a four-poster double and a twin on the first floor, again, all en-suite. There is also a ground floor cloakroom. On the ground floor there is a kitchen with wodburner, a butler’,s pantry, a laundry room, a dining room with open fire and table which converts to a snooker table, a drawing room with woodburner , a library and a conservatory. With long, sprawling lawns and garden games, as well as the National Park on your doorstep, Pensarn Hall is a wonderful base for a holiday.Oil central heating with woodburners in kitchen, drawing room & library and open fire in dining room. Electric Rangemaster double oven, AGA, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer, wine-chiller, 2 x washing machines, 2 x dishwashers, TV with Freeview, DVD, library of books, games (inc. table bowls for the dining table) & DVDs. All fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent, please bring own beach towels. Cot & highchair on request. Off road parking for 9 cars. Private garden with furniture and BBQ, games lawn with croquet (would be suitable for marquee/outside catering etc). Two well-behaved pets welcome (in tiled, heated basement room only). Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile. Note: Private filtered water supply.