This is Lake View Cottage set in the heart of the Northumberland national park and sits overlooking Kielder Water. This 200-year-old stone cottage can accommodate 5 guests and offers stunning views of both the lake and Yarrow Moor and offers exquisite scenery at any time of the year.
The cottage enjoys a sizeable front patio giving views to the forest over the road but, at the rear of the property is two tiers of decking that give an unspoilt view of the lake and of Yarrow Moor.
Downstairs consists of a large living / dining room that is tastefully yet comfortably furnished and comes equipped with a large TV, Freesat, Roku streaming device, DVD player and superfast internet.
The separate kitchen offers stunning views of the lake and surrounding countryside while making use of the well presented and equipped kitchen area.
A trip upstairs leads to the shower room and toilet, the double room that overlooks Kielder Water, a twin room and a single room which are all furnished and decorated to a high standard.
The cottage is heated by electric central heating and a log burning stove situated in the living room.
Situated right on the Lakeside Way this cottage is perfectly placed for those who enjoy walking or mountain biking, sailing and good fishing for the keen angler.
Lake View Cottage also boasts incredible dark skies for the Star Gazer and one of the great attractions to this area is the internationally renowned Dark Sky Zone that Kielder occupies and having the status of being the largest Gold Tier Dark Sky of Protected Night Sky in Europe.
Lake View Cottage is approximately an 8 minute drive from Kielder Observatory and Planetarium.
Kielder is also home to an array of wildlife such as Osprey, Roe Deer, Red Squirrel and Otters to name but a few.
Although seemingly situated in a fairly remote setting don’t be fooled! A 20 minute walk toward Kielder will take you to Tower Knowe coffee shop, gift shop, tourist information centre and Kielder sailing club. A 20 minute walk in the other direction and you will arrive at the village of Falstone which contains a tearoom, shop and pub. Across the road from Falstone is the hamlet of Stannersburn where another pub and restaurant is located offering good quality food and beverages.
The larger village of Bellingham and capitol of the North Tyne is approximately 10 miles away providing a Co-op, takeaways, pubs and tearooms, as well as a fuel station and other small shops.
For those who don’t want to venture out, Tesco, Morrisons and other large supermarkets all deliver to the area.
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