Silverthwaite is a grand five bedroom house that dates back to the early 1900s. It was originally built by suffragist Amy Sharp and it occupies an elevated position in the Langdale valley that provides stunning views. The property has been greatly influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement and this shows in much of the decoration and open fireplaces. Spacious and welcoming, Silverthwaite is ideal for families and groups.
Free parking for up to four cars is provided.
The ground floor of Silverthwaite has an entrance hall, large sitting room with open fire and breakfast area, dining room with open fire and a snug with wood burning stove. There's also a fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, oven, microwave, fridge and freezer.
Bedrooms are located on the first floor and there are five available; two doubles with en-suite shower rooms, a double, and two singles. There's a separate family bathroom with roll top bath.
The ground floor breakfast room opens up onto the large garden.
Outside is also an additional lavatory outside.
Bed linen, oil central heating and electricity are included.
All profit from National Trust accommodation supports conservation projects in the local area.
Silverthwaite is in the heart of the Lake District, therefore an ideal base for sightseeing and exploring the area. Coniston, Hawkshead and Ambleside are all within easy reach.
There are also plenty of walking and cycling routes for you to tackle at your leisure.