Millerdale is a pretty Lakeland stone cottage of character that was bought by the owners of Kiln How, at which time they fully modernised and refurbished the cottage to the same high standards. In fact the two cottages are next door to each other and may be let separately or together to accommodate up to 11 people.
Millerdale lies adjacent to Kiln How Beck in the centre of Threlkeld village, along a short lane off the main street. The Horse and Farrier public house and restaurant is within 100 yards and the Salutation Inn, which serves bar meals, is approx 200 yards. There is a footpath leading from the cottage directly onto Blencathra, which rises steeply above the village. Threlkeld is easily accessed form the M6, just a 15 minute drive and only four miles from the bustling tourist town of Keswick with its many amenities.
The accommodation is for six people, although there are beds for eight, to allow for flexibility of sleeping arrangements rather than extra people.
Ground Floor: Millerdale is heated by an electrical wet system boiler and thermostatic radiators throughout and comprises:
Lounge: With wood burning stove (logs provided), TV and DVD with supply of DVD’s, telephone, BT wifi hub, selection of games, maps and books.
Dining/kitchen: With electric oven and 5 ring ceramic hob, fridge, Nescafe dolce gusto coffee machine, dishwasher and microwave.
Utility area: With washing machine, freezer and tumble dryer.
Bedroom 1: With double bed, two windows overlooking the garden and Blencathra.
First Floor: Bedroom 2: with king-size bed, small TV, and en-suite shower, WC and wash basin. Outlook onto mountains and stream.
Bedroom 3: with a king-size bed and a single bed.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash basin.
All fuel, bed linen and provided. Telephone for incoming calls and free local calls. Cot available on request. Wireless broadband is available.Externally
To rear: access from kitchen to small enclosed gravelled Lakeland stone garden with table and chairs, various shrubs and alpines and a selection of bird feeders.
To front: two picnic benches have been provided by the owners on the grassy area adjacent to the stream where the bird and squirrel feeders can be viewed. Two parking spaces outside log storage shed.
The property is next door to Kiln How (116114), if required the cottages can be let together to accommodate up to 11 people.