Wythburn Cottage

Blencow, Penrith, Cumbria, Country village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

It has private parking, a large enclosed lawned garden area which is surrounded by sandstone walls and a wicket garden fence and two sandstone terraces. We also offer our guests the option of having a hot tub set up on the private terrace of Wythburn Cottage via a collaboration with Cumbria Hot Tubs (separate charge payable).

Downstairs Description

Entrance hall corridor with oak flooring, leading into a double bedroom with a 6' bed which can be converted to 3' singles upon request. En-suite bathroom with a bath and power shower over.

Double bedroom with a 5' bed and an en suite bathroom with a separate power shower.

Handmade oak staircase leading up to a cathedral ceiling oak floored reception room with a cast iron fire.

Master bedroom with a 5' four poster plus an en suite bathroom with a separate shower.

First Floor Description

Lounge with a cast iron wood burner looking back down into the double height kitchen area. Adjacent to the lounge, you will find Wythburn’s master bedroom, equipped with an en-suite bathroom and stunning views of the nearby fells.

Dogs Welcome: Two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge per dog), to be kept to the ground floor and off the furniture please.
Child Friendly
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Greystoke Castle : The Estate covers some three thousand acres of very mixed terrain and rises to twelve hundred feet above sea-level. It was traditionally a sporting estate and deer park; much of the ten feet high dry-stone deer wall survives to this day. Visit website
  • Hutton In The Forest: The beautiful house and gardens of Hutton in the Forest, ancestral home of the Vane family. Visit website
  • Mirehouse : Set n the heart of the North Lake District, three miles from Keswick, the beautiful, natural gardens at Mirehouse offer stunning views of the dramatic Lakeland landscape they are set in. Enjoy the tranquility of the walled Bee Garden or stroll in quiet contemplation along the Poetry Walk. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Boot & Shoe Inn: A Traditional pub menu, along with our daily specials, we have a great choice of dishes from a light snack through to a full 3 course meal. Along with an excellent selection of drinks, there is no doubt everyone will be happy. Visit website
  • Troutbeck Inn: Customers with children and dogs are welcome to drink and dine, breakfast, lunch and dinner. All food is prepared using the freshest, local (where poss) ingredients by the chef and is cooked fresh to order. A carefully selected wine list accompanies the menu together with a selection of real ales from the bar. Visit website
Food Stores:
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Go Ape: An adventure course in Whinlatter Forest - The highest Go Ape course in the country, at 360 metres above sea level. It’s so high you can see all the way to Scotland! Get a thrill from riding a zip slide through skies, over water and through England’s only true mountain forest Visit website
  • Keswick Golf Club : Who welcomes golfers of all experience levels and is renowned for its warm and inviting atmosphere in which to play golf. Visit website
  • Nichol End Marine: Hire dinghys and kayaks and explore Derwentwater, Britain's most picturesque lake. Visit website