Perfectly tucked away at the head of the picturesque Tilberthwaite valley.
Tilberthwaite Farm Cottage part of an early 18th Century farmhouse once owned by Beatrix Potter, provides a character-filled cosy retreat for four guests.
The Wilkinson family will welcome you to their working hill sheep farm rearing the Lake District's native breed of Herdwick sheep, providing an interesting backdrop to your holiday.
The cottage is well placed mid way between Coniston and the Langdale valleys in the heart of the Lake District, a central base for exploring the areas many attractions.
Open plan lounge with dining/kitchen area.
WiFi, Freeview TV, DVD, electric fire. Well equipped kitchen with dining table. Electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, iron, ironing board.
Large double bedroom with sleigh bed plus grandstand view of the farm activities.
Twin bedded room (two full size single beds), with character oak beam.
Duvets on all beds, linen and towels included. Hair dryer provided. Cot and high chair available.
Bath with electric shower over.
All electric/storage heaters. The cottage is known to be cosy.
Discover this delightful cottage, one mile from the main road, ideally placed in a peaceful spot and offering wonderful views across the fells.
It is perfect for those who enjoy walking or mountain biking with a wide range of walks or rides that can be enjoyed. Many start from the cottage door.
The pretty village of Coniston with its beautiful lake is just three miles away and is popular with tourists and hill walkers all year round. Coniston still remains a charming unspoilt Lakeland village and offers a good range of amenities including traditional pubs serving local produce, cafes, Coniston Brewery, an excellent butcher (you must try the ward winning Cumberland sausages!), supermarket and fish and chip shop. The village is famous for its connections with the speed boat ace Donald Campbell, the writer John Ruskin and The Old Man of Coniston which over-shadows the village and offers a challenging climb for walkers and fell runners.
Windermere Lake and the charming villages of Hawkshead, Grasmere, and Ambleside are close to hand. Further afield Wasdale, Eskdale and the Duddon Valleys and to the east Ullswater, Keswick, Borrowdale and Buttermere make for delightful excursions.
Leave M6 at junction 36 for Kendal. Take A591 to Ambleside. From Ambleside follow the A593 Coniston road. Continue on this road through Skelwith. After approximately 4 miles, take the sharp right bend signed Tilberthwaite. Follow this road to the END (ignoring "No parking past this point" sign).
Marked on the Ordnance survey map as High Tilberthwaite (GR 308 014).
|Dates (weeks commencing)||Price per week|
2nd September - 14th October 2017
|21st October 2017||£560|
|28th October - 16th December 2017||£380|
|Xmas and New Year 2017||£560|
6th January - 3rd February
|10th February - 17th February||£450|
|24th February – 17th March||£385|
|24th March - 7th April||£570|
14th April - 19th May
|2nd June - 14th July||£485|
|21st July - 25th August||£570|
|1st September - 13th October||£485|
|3rd November - 15th December||
|Xmas and New Year||£570|
Winter weekends or part weeks available November to March. 3 or 4 nights
£200 - £250
"September weeks available"
Beginning Sat 22nd & 30th
"A Lovely Time of Year to Visit Tilberthwaite"
"We had great days in this wonderful landscape." Peter & Verena Becker Germany
"We have enjoyed another happy and relaxing week here." Rob & Jane Bayley East Sussex
"The cottage is just a little gem." Jaap and Hetty Decker
"Back again lovely time as usual." Philipa and Aubrey Scotland
"A fantastic cottage very cosy in the February weather. Everything pristine all the right equipment. Many thanks for the biscuits and eggs. We would return again." Elizabeth & Gavin
"Even with so much rain the streams waterfalls and Ghylls have been spectacular." Claudia & Bill Suffolk
"For us this was breathtaking scenery!! And everything decorated in its autumn colours." Martin Belinda and family. Holland
"We enjoyed the lovely scenery and working farm setting." Newlove family
"It has been great to return each day to this cosy and well equipped cottage providing home from home comforts." Rosemary and Clive South Northamptonshire
"We have enjoyed watching the Herdwick sheep graze on the bank at the back of the cottage." Peter Edwin and Rachel, Derbyshire
"Lovely hikes up mountains through fields and beside brooks and streams." Taylor children, Ealing London
"Thank you for being so welcoming to us and answering all the questions. Looking forward to staying again." Mackin family Preston
"We will miss being here …… until next time. Thank you Dorothy Glenn & family and of course the dogs and sheep." Sharon Peter Jack (10) Gemma (7)