Pooley Bridge 4.5 miles.
Situated in a secluded space with woodland views is this bespoke log cabin, Brow Wood Cabin.
Brow Wood Cabin creates a lovely escape, is beautifully equipped with a bright and airy finish in an L-shaped open plan layout, and is suitable for a couple or solo traveller to explore the stunning terrains of Cumbria while looking forward to enjoying all the home comforts the property has to offer.
Inside, the open-plan living space features a floor-to-ceiling window and a sky light, allowing natural light to flood in, as well as a space to cook, dine, and unwind after a long day out.
Before another exciting day in Cumbria, get some well-earned rest in the bedroom which features an inviting super-king-size bed and when you wake up, the contemporary shower room welcomes you with complimentary bathrobes.
Outside, you may have a long soak in the deep bath on the patio, dine alfresco while catching up with your loved one, or socialise with like-minded tourists over the common fire pit; be sure to check out the woodland loveseat, where you can see some amazing views from the viewpoint.
Ullswater is a magnificent lake in the Lake District National Park, surrounded by the park's stunning mountains and woodlands. The lake is more than seven miles long and ideal for swimming, boating, fishing, and trekking.
There are also waterfalls and other attractions nearby, such as the Aira Force National Trust Park and the Ullswater Steamers. Keswick, a charming town in the middle of the Lake District National Park, has some of the most spectacular scenery in England, with its undulating hills, crystal clear lakes, and attractive villages.
In Keswick, there is lots to see and do, from touring the majestic Castlerigg Stone Circle to solving riddles at Puzzling Place. Keswick Climbing Wall is a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts, and Keswick Museum is a must-see for history fans.
The cabin is also close to the M6 and a plethora of picture-perfect towns and villages to explore, not to mention the area's abundance of walking and cycling activities.
Hutton John Holiday Cottages
Hutton John Holiday Cottages consists of a beautiful selection of cottages near Pooley Bridge in Cumbria. The Hutton John Estate is made up of 550 acres and is nestled in the northern Lake District with spectacular views of the fells. The estate boasts three lovely holiday homes, there is also Brow Wood Cabin which is aptly named after the ancient woodland it sits adjacent to; all four holiday homes have been individually designed by the owners giving it a personal and unique touch. The collection benefits from local pubs including the Horse and Farrier and Herdwick Hall where you can treat your loved ones to delicious pub fare and a variety of drinks. Pooley Bridge overlooks Ullswater lake where guests can take leisurely strolls around its beautiful perimeter, take boat rides on the lake or try their hand at an array of watersports including paddleboard, hydro bikes and wakesurfing. Penrith lies a short drive from Hutton John Holiday Cottages, explore the impressive 14th century Penrith Castle or Brougham Castle, a 13th century riverside ruin with plenty to traverse; those looking to delve into local history can visit Penrith Museum. Outdoor enthusiasts can delight in the variety of walks and trails woven throughout the town, climb to the summit of Beacon Hill to admire the breath-taking panoramic views across the countryside. Hutton John Holiday Homes are perfectly located for those looking to unlock the wonders of Cumbria and the Lake District National Park.
About the location
Ullswater is generally considered to encompass three major villages. This includes Glenridding at the south and Pooley Bridge at the north. The second largest lake, at approximately 7.5 miles wide, Ullswater is often regarded as the most beautiful lake in the district. There is dramatic mountain scenery to the south, as well as the gentle hills of the north. This region is popular among walkers, climbers and cyclists of all levels of ability. There are various water sports for all abilities too and lots of family activities. Along with historical sites of interest, Ullswater has a strong nautical history, having been a popular sailing destination for centuries. There are marinas placed all around the lake. Plus a wide range of superb eateries and shops, sure to delight!
Also, on the west side of the lake is the beautiful Aira Force Waterfall. It is one of the National Park’s most popular natural tourist attractions. Glenridding is a particularly popular tourist attraction with mountain walkers. They visit the village to scale England’s third highest peak, Helvellyn.