Wayside Cottage 1637 is a charming old (circa 1637) two bedroom cottage attached to The Wayside. Designed for visitors that seek relaxing stay in an idyllic & traditional setting within the Lake District with modern comforts.
A lovingly renovated traditional cottage full of character and modern comfort.It is nestled at the foot of the majestic Black Combe in the western Lake District National Park. A perfect place for adventures on the fells, strolling on the sunset beach, or simply to relax.
The Cottage is a separate living area from The Wayside, and has a large dining area with a rustic kitchen, lounge, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large conservatory with beautiful mountain view. It has a private garden and direct access to The Wayside and Whisky Barn.
A well behaved dog is welcome to stay in the ground floor (a small additional charge will be applied).
Self Catered Kitchen
Living and Dining Are
Enclosed Private Garden
Washing Machine and Dryer
Towels and toiletries
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Prices vary by season. Please check website for updated pricing.
|Season (7 Jan 2024 - 15 Dec 2024)
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