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My place is 10 minutes walk into to Hawkshead village and a great starting point for fabulous walks. Guests particularly appreciate the views and the peace and quiet.

Covid 19 update - I've put measures in place to make your stay as safe as I can manage eg sanitizing keys, touch points, remote controls and altering my service at breakfast to allow for social distancing.

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The guest bedroom is west facing and is in the 17th century, older, part of the house. The room is a double (c3m x 3m), with original feature fireplace and door fittings. There are shared (with the owner) bathroom facilities with a shower over bath. I have White Company bed linen and towels and complimentary toileteries.
The room TV has a Netflix subscription.

There is now a guest lounge available.

There's an informal and relaxed style at the house, I'd like guests to feel like they're staying with friends!
I don't have a long set of rules - please don't smoke in the house pretty much covers it.

I'd prefer guests to check in between 4pm and 6pm and check out between 10.30am and midday, but am prepared to make exceptions if circumstances dictate.
There's room to park a vehicle at the front of the house.

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Ambleside, Cumbria, United Kingdom

Things to do

There are many, comprehensive guides to the local area and the Lakes and specialist guides for activities and interests.
Cumbria Tourism's golakes.com website is a good place to start.

My own favourite walks, events, activities and places include;

Walks - on Claife Heights, this wooded ridge between Hawkshead and Windermere offers good, quiet, unchallenging walking all year and is rewarde by views of Windermere and Ambleside, especially from the sunmmit of Latterbarrow.
In the woods above the house - these National Trust owned woods are gorgeous at any time of year, but in the spring are carpeted with bluebells. They are home to extensive wildlife, it's not uncommon to see deer, buzzards and jays and to hear cuckoos.
Esthwaite Water is a privately owned fishery but does welcome visitors on a lakeside walk and to take out small boats for fishing or viewing the birdlife. At the time of writing (2016) ospreys have nested, and reared chicks at Esthwaite for each of the past 5 years. www.ospreysafari.com
Tarn Hows is a pretty, tree fringed tarn, with National Trust carpark around 10 minutes drive from Green End. ww.nationaltrust.org.uk/tarn-hows-and-coniston
The Langdales, Coniston, Ambleside, Rydal and Grasmere are all within 20 minutes drive from Hawkshead.
Grizedale Forest is a magnet for wildlife and art lovers and thrill seekers alike featuring red kites, sculpture trails, zip wire adventures and daredevil mountain biking routes. http://www.forestry.gov.uk/grizedale

Galleries and museums - the Beatrix Potter gallery is in Hawkshead village and her home, Hill Top is in nearby Sawrey. The National Trust manage both of these properties. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hill-top
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/beatrix-potter-gallery-and-hawkshead
John Ruskin's home at Brantwood http://www.brantwood.org.uk/ is sited on the shore of Coniston and William Wordsworth's Dove Cottage is at Grasmere. https://wordsworth.org.uk/visit.html

Sports events and agricultural shows
Green End House is a great base if you're competing in (or spectating) at the host of sporting events held locally including the Great North Swim http://www.greatrun.org/great-swim/great-north-swim, the Hawkshead trail run http://www.lakelandtrails.org/hawkshead/, Brathay marathon https://www.brathay.org.uk/marathon-welcome and myriad cycle and triathlon races.
Hawkshead hosts it's own agricultural show in August http://www.hawksheadshow.co.uk/; the sports events at Grasmere http://grasmeresports.com/ and Ambleside http://www.amblesidesports.co.uk/ are well worth attending too.

I love my food and drink and will happily point you in the direction of all sorts of treats from cafes and restaurants to pubs and breweries.

My current favourites are the Drunken Duck at Barngates (dining pub and brewey) http://drunkenduckinn.co.uk/, Chesters by the River http://www.chestersbytheriver.co.uk/index.html, Lake Road Kitchen http://www.lakeroadkitchen.co.uk/, Old Stamp House http://www.oldstamphouse.com/, The Samling http://www.thesamlinghotel.co.uk/, Forest Side http://www.theforestside.com/ and on and on and on....Cumbria is wonderful for foodies!

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I'm a Londoner, who moved to Cumbria in 1998. It's good to visit friends and family back in the city but I love living here for the calm, the landscapes and the everyday connection to nature and the seasons. I've spent time in the hospitality industry, worked as a photographer and as a rugby coach and also owning and running an art gallery here in the Lakes. Cumbria has some fantastic experiences to offer and I'd be delighted to point your way to making the most of your visit here, whether it be walking, adventuring or eating and drinking. The Hawkshead/Ambleside area is particularly well served by some great cafes, restaurants and pubs all sourcing much of their produce locally. You'll find that the relaxed atmosphere and setting at Green End House will help you slow down and appreciate the simple beauty in nature - well, it works for me!
I'm a Londoner, who moved to Cumbria in 1998. It's good to visit friends and family back in the city but I love living here for the calm, the landscapes and the everyday connection…

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I'm around most of the time to offer help and advice if needed. Here are some suggestions.....
Things to do

There are many, comprehensive guides to the local area and the Lakes and specialist guides for activities and interests.
Cumbria Tourism's golakes.com website is a good place to start.

My own favourite walks, events, activities and places include;

Walks - on Claife Heights, this wooded ridge between Hawkshead and Windermere offers good, quiet, unchallenging walking all year and is rewarde by views of Windermere and Ambleside, especially from the sunmmit of Latterbarrow.
In the woods above the house - these National Trust owned woods are gorgeous at any time of year, but in the spring are carpeted with bluebells. They are home to extensive wildlife, it's not uncommon to see deer, buzzards and jays and to hear cuckoos.
Esthwaite Water is a privately owned fishery but does welcome visitors on a lakeside walk and to take out small boats for fishing or viewing the birdlife. At the time of writing (2016) ospreys have nested, and reared chicks at Esthwaite for each of the past 5 years. www.ospreysafari.com
Tarn Hows is a pretty, tree fringed tarn, with National Trust carpark around 10 minutes drive from Green End. ww.nationaltrust.org.uk/tarn-hows-and-coniston
The Langdales, Coniston, Ambleside, Rydal and Grasmere are all within 20 minutes drive from Hawkshead.
Grizedale Forest is a magnet for wildlife and art lovers and thrill seekers alike featuring red kites, sculpture trails, zip wire adventures and daredevil mountain biking routes. http://www.forestry.gov.uk/grizedale

Galleries and museums - the Beatrix Potter gallery is in Hawkshead village and her home, Hill Top is in nearby Sawrey. The National Trust manage both of these properties. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hill-top
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/beatrix-potter-gallery-and-hawkshead
John Ruskin's home at Brantwood http://www.brantwood.org.uk/ is sited on the shore of Coniston and William Wordsworth's Dove Cottage is at Grasmere. https://wordsworth.org.uk/visit.html

Sports events and agricultural shows
Green End House is a great base if you're competing in (or spectating) at the host of sporting events held locally including the Great North Swim http://www.greatrun.org/great-swim/great-north-swim, the Hawkshead trail run http://www.lakelandtrails.org/hawkshead/, Brathay marathon https://www.brathay.org.uk/marathon-welcome and myriad cycle and triathlon races.
Hawkshead hosts it's own agricultural show in August http://www.hawksheadshow.co.uk/; the sports events at Grasmere http://grasmeresports.com/ and Ambleside http://www.amblesidesports.co.uk/ are well worth attending too.

I love my food and drink and will happily point you in the direction of all sorts of treats from cafes and restaurants to pubs and breweries.

My current favourites are the Drunken Duck at Barngates (dining pub and brewey) http://drunkenduckinn.co.uk/, Chesters by the River http://www.chestersbytheriver.co.uk/index.html, Lake Road Kitchen http://www.lakeroadkitchen.co.uk/, Old Stamp House http://www.oldstamphouse.com/, The Samling http://www.thesamlinghotel.co.uk/, Forest Side http://www.theforestside.com/ and on and on and on....Cumbria is wonderful for foodies!
I'm around most of the time to offer help and advice if needed. Here are some suggestions.....
Things to do

There are many, comprehensive guides to the local area…

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