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Luxury - The Great Barn [lakeside]

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Visit England 5 Star Gold. Luxury self-catering accommodation on the shores of Ullswater in The Lake District. Guests enjoy a private and secure 26 acre estate with over half a mile of lake frontage, boathouse and private jetty.

Minimum 3 night stay.

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Rated "Top 50 Cottages in Great Britain" by The Times.

The Great Barn exudes five star luxury and overlooks the serene waters of Ullswater in the Lake District National Park, arguably boasting some of the most enviable views in the Lake District National Park.

This quintessential 17th century converted barn, has seductively leapt into the 21st century with true flair and sophistication, providing outstanding quality and luxury. Set within 26 acres of private grounds with ½ mile of lake shoreline enjoying uninterrupted panoramic lake views across Ullswater to the Lakeland Fells beyond.

Taking advantage of its original design as a Bank Barn, The Great Barn fits comfortably into the landscape and its split level layout exploits both its secluded position and walls of glass almost bring the outside in! Whether you access The Great Barn by road, water or air the scenery is stunning whatever the season. With the majestic landscape as the backdrop, relax on the patios, feast on the views, and enjoy the great outdoors.

Back inside The Great Barn offers a truly magnificent and memorable setting whatever the occasion. The interior design is inspiring, incorporating the latest state of the art technology, so whether you are celebrating a happy event, searching for the perfect setting for an intimate wedding or just spending time with your favourite people, this is a sophisticated and luxurious property that is designed to make you want to return time and time again!

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Guests can arrive by helicopter or by car. The M6 motorway is less than 10 miles away

Post code: CA10 2ND

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Visit England 5 Star Gold. Luxury self-catering accommodation on the shores of Ullswater in The Lake District. Guests enjoy a private and secure 26 acre estate with over half a mile of lake frontage, boathouse and private jetty.

Minimum 3 night stay.

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Rated "Top 50 Cottages in Great Britain" by The Times.

The Great Barn exudes five star luxury and overlooks the serene waters of Ullswater in the Lake District National Park, arguably boasting some of the most enviable views in the Lake District National Park.

This quintessential 17th century converted barn, has sed…

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Nestled on the shores of Ullswater within the splendor of The Lake District National Park.

Location and things to do at Waternook…

The most popular pastime whilst at Waternook is simply gazing out across the lake at the stunning Lakeland scenery, as William Wordsworth may have once done while composing the famous romantic poem, Daffodils. You might also like to stroll through the beautiful Lake District countryside that inspired Beatrix Potter to write her children’s books.
Waternook estate boasts a private jetty and boathouse and there are 26 acres of gardens and grounds with half a mile of lake shore where you may wander at leisure.
Ullswater is the second largest lake in the English Lake District and is widely thought to be the most picturesque, being ideal for a self-catering Lake District holiday. Travelling from the central Lakes over the stunning Kirkstone Pass you will drop down into the beautiful glacial carved landscapes surrounding the Lake itself, with many quaint villages along its shore line. The areas around the lake provide the perfect place for a restful and relaxed self-catering holiday, with plenty of opportunity for walking, exploring and getting out on the Lake.

At the southern end of the Lake you will find Glenridding, a popular little village and an excellent base to explore plentiful challenging peaks but especially Helvellyn and Striding Edge. The area is excellent for either touring or relaxing and there are many walks from Waternook including Hallin Fell, towering above and behind Waternook - The High Street Ridge, Place Fell, St. Sunday Crag, and the Fairfield hills all being within striking distance.

Pooley Bridge is a picturesque village at the northern most point of the lake and only 4 miles from Waternook; from here you can visit the wonderful market towns of Penrith and Keswick.

Ullswater is thought by many to be the most beautiful of all the lakes in the northern Lake District, being a serpentine body of water snaking a nine mile course under the lea of magnificent fells, woodland and mountain.
Much of the lake, its shore and surrounding fells are accessible for visitors to explore, where you will find some of the finest walks and water activities, along with the amenities of the lakeside villages.
For those who like getting up high, there are some of the best mountains and fells on your doorstep, the most famous being Helvellyn and the precipitous Striding Edge.
A gentler walk is Aira Force, probably the most famous of the Lake District waterfalls. The main force falls some 70ft below a stone footbridge - so don't forget your camera.
Getting on the water is easy especially from Waternook, with over ½ mile of your very own Lake Frontage! You can take a boat cruise on one of the five beautiful steamers in the Ullswater Steamer fleet. They run the boats from Glenridding, with piers also at Pooley Bridge and Howtown. It’s a great way to see the lake from a different perspective and well worth taking a camera.
Boat hire is readily available, where you have a varied selection of craft on offer including kayaks, sailing boats and little motorboats, along with hire of fishing tackle and licenses.
Further afield you have Keswick the main town of the north lakes, a bustling market town set between the peaks of Skiddaw and the gentle beauty of Derwentwater. An all year round town there are good shops, a host of restaurants and cafes, along with museums, a theatre, cinema and leisure centre. The market towns of Penrith and Alston lie to the North West on the edge of the Eden Valley and are well worth a visit.
Back south, leaving Patterdale, you take the Kirkstone Pass which winds its way through high fell and brings you down to the south lakes and Windermere.
All in all there is a much to see and do, both around the lake and nearby areas, towns and villages where to get the best from your visit it is well worth investing in a few good guides and maps.
One of the best walks in the National Park is the trail that runs along the eastern shores of Ullswater. Experience this inspirational walk straight from Waternook, dominated by Place Fell, St Sunday Cragg, and Fairfield. You will be able to ramble all day with a magnificent view always in your sight. For the return journey, board the steamboat from Glenridding to Howtown.
Howtown to Glenridding
1. Directly from Waternook take the path through the kissing gate. It climbs up beside the house to reach a gate in the wall.
2. At this gate, turn right and continue along the well-marked path just above the lake shore.
3. At this point beside a small beach (a superb place to stop for a picnic on a nice day), the path bears away to the left, climbing slightly. Follow it through a few gates until you reach the bridge at Sandwick. Cross the bridge and climb the road past the houses.
4. Immediately after the last house take the path on the right. Keep on this path as it follows the lakeside.
5. At Silver Point, stay on the right-hand path to continue along the lakeside. Eventually the path becomes a wider track following a wall. Continue to the farm.
6-7. You can stop at the farm for a well-earned tea and cake in the converted stable. Then continue down the farm track to the road. At the road turn right, passing the church in Patterdale. A little further along there is a permissive path in the trees you can take on the left to keep you away from the road. Follow it back to cross the road again (see St Patrick's Well opposite the small boat hire place) to the open space/field beside the car park for Ullswater Steamers. Arrive back at Waternook via Ullswater Lake – perfect!
Nestled on the shores of Ullswater within the splendor of The Lake District National Park.

Location and things to do at Waternook…

The most popular pastime whilst at Waternook is simply ga…

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תאריך הצטרפות: אפריל 2015
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    Guests have complete privacy in this secure and secluded spot. Guests enjoy a private 27 acre estate with over half a mile of lake frontage.
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