4 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
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£420-816 per week, sleeps 4

Sethera

Ambleside, LA22 0EN     Tel: 01244 352022


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Sethera, Ambleside is a light second-floor apartment with lovely views over the fells, located in the Waterhead area of Ambleside. The apartment is set in five acres of woodlands and shared gardens, and is close to the shops, cafes and bars of Ambleside, as well as being within easy reach of Lake Windermere for lake cruises and fun hikes. The apartment sleeps four adults, with one master bedroom, with a king-sized bed and en-suite with a stunning roll top bath. There is a second double bedroom and a separate shower room, with basin and WC. The open plan sitting room/diner and galley kitchen have everything you need for a thoroughly enjoyable holiday, and the views over the woodlands and fells are incredible. There is a shared garden and woodlands to explore, with parking for one car and extra visitor spaces. Sethera is the perfect apartment for couples or a small family to tour the Lakes and enjoy a variety of water sports, walks and attractions, at any time of year.

Accommodation

All second floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x master double room with king-size bed and en-suite bathroom with rolltop bath, WC and basin, 1 x double bedroom. Shower room with WC and basin. Open plan sitting room/diner and galley kitchen.

Amenities

Electric radiators with thermostat. Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, and a small breakfast bar area. Freeview TV, DVD player, and a music system. Electricity inc. in rent. Wifi. Bed linen inc. in rent, Sorry, no highchair or cot available. Private parking for 1 car, plus visitor spaces. Shared garden and woodlands, with benches. Pub within walking distance. Note: Max 4 adults.

 

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