Little Esthwaite Cottage

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2
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Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Cottage

Little Esthwaite Cottage

Little Esthwaite Cottage - This enchanting romantic hideaway commands breathtaking views over Esthwaite water, set deep in Miss Potter's 'picture postcard' country, providing contemporary country cottage life all on one level.

The accommodation comprises:- entrance hall into the kitchen / dining room being well equipped and with that view. The lounge is relaxing with warming woodburning stove and picture window glass doors lead out onto the decked patio, ideal for al-fresco life. The bedroom and the shower room are beautiful and all on the same level

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Vernon Chapman

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Little Esthwaite Cottage
Ambleside, Cumbria, England

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Little Ees Wyke is built in the garden of one of Beatrix Potters' former holiday homes, where she whiled away the hours drawing the gardens and the beautiful views of Esthwaite water, Grizedale Forest and Coniston Old Man. Little Ees Wyke has two holiday properties, Esthwaite Muse and Little Esthwaite Cottage - perfect for a stay in the Lakes.Near Sawrey - pretty hamlet is a two minute stroll away with National Trust owned 'Tower Bank Arms' pub serving delicious food and real ales. Hill Top is also in this hamlet being the setting for several books of Miss Potter including Peter Rabbit. Near Sawrey is at the heart of the Lake District and is a perfect base for Windermere, Ambleside, the Langdales and Coniston. Hawkshead is only a couple of miles away and offers cafes, pubs and restaurants serving snacks and bar meals. Recommended is the Kings Arms.
However, in Near Sawrey there is a very good inn, The Tower Bank Arms, famous from its inclusion in, The Tale of Jemima Puddleduck. And Sawrey House both serve great food although at busy periods it would be worth while reserving a table. The Sawrey Hotel in the next village is open to non- residents and serves a 3/5 course evening meal - booking is essential.

The name Little Ees Wyke has Norse origins, "Ees" means a peninsular and "Wyke" a bay and Ees Wyke means a peninsular in the bay, at the foot of the garden of Little Ees Wyke is a path leading directly to the lake shore

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Lake nearby, Mountain nearby

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