23rd JULY 2016

 

“Simply stunning!”  ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Review posted on the ‘Home Away’ website

If you think of The Lake District you imagine the idyllic landscape with rolling farmlands and lakeside surroundings set amongst a rugged mountain backdrop.

When we arrived in the picturesque village of Cartmel in the south of the region we were greeted with so much more.

Weavers Cottage welcomed us into the heart of the Lakes. The cottage was immaculate in its presentation, every room had its own unique feel from the very comfortable bedrooms through the fabulous large kitchen to the huge sunroom/ conservatory at the rear, opening out to the ample garden.

When you have everything you need and want from a holiday let, you are certain to have an enjoyable stay, and this proved to be the case with Weavers Cottage.
We walked into the village the first night to take in the atmosphere of rural Cumbria. Picture perfect is all I can say.

We travelled throughout the Lakes during our stay in fabulous sunshine, apart from one freak thunderstorm of the Wednesday morning. Coniston, Windermere, Grasmere, Bo’ness, Ravenglass, and Keswick to name a few place we visited, all with different stories to tell and absorb.

We only ate out in the village itself on two occasions, The Royal Oak pub and The Pig and Whistle, both delivering good quality food and beverages.

We also sampled the local ale at the brewery just off the square and with the cheese shop right across the way, what better way to spend a few warm afternoon hours!

One excursion close by was The Old Mill Farm which was both interesting and exciting for my 2 young sons. The lovingly restored traction engines were a delight to see as were the working Shire horses. Seeing these magnificent animals up close was a personal highlight… definitely a must see!

This was a truly excellent summer break for us, and with the added bonus of such a exceptional holiday let in The Weavers Cottage, what more could you want or need from the gorgeous Lake District. 5 stars all round! – Neil Gilchrist & family, Innerleithen, Peeblesshire 

23 July, 2016

We had a fantastic stay here in Cartmel topped off by this brilliant cottage!

The weather stayed mostly fine which was a bonus.

Highly recommend staying here. – The Gilchrist, McGinn & Shadbolt families, Scotland and New Zealand

18 July, 2016

Such a pleasure and privilege to stay in this lovely home.

Everything was provided for all our needs. – Scott & Rutherford family, Glasgow

15 July, 2016

What a perfect house.

We didn’t want to leave. Planning our next visit already. – The Shatland & Wood family

8 July, 2016

Beautiful house, everything you could possibly need.

We had a fantastic weekend. Such a lovely setting. – The Shendan, Nealon & Ramsay Birk family

1 July, 2016

The weather was very mixed for our stay but it didn’t matter too much as it was all about being together (after years of being opposite sides of the world)!

What a lovely village and such a comfortable house to meet up in. Many thanks. – The Kelly, Long & Wen families, North Balgowlah NSW Australia

30th May, 2016

A ‘racy’ weekend to celebrate Uncle Chris’ 40th birthday.

The weather was amazing and the house was perfect for our family gathering.

Pubs and restaurants were great. Thank you. – The Dawson Family, Glasgow

16th May, 2016

Fantastic weekend retreat had by all!

Facilities were outstanding. Very comfortable and homely atmosphere.

Friday consisted of eight busy beavers around the BBQ, which is a lovely touch to have at the cottage, weather was fabby!

Would recommend Rogan & Company and The Cheese Shop.

Beautiful part of the world – hope to be back. Thanks very much. – Fraser family & guests

6th May, 2016

We’ve stayed in cottages and houses all over Britain and in our 50 years of marriage and without doubt Weavers is one of the most pleasant and best equipped ever.

This most enjoyable visit to Cartmel easily makes up for all the losing bets at the races on previous visits to our favourite Lakes village. – Hilda & Ron Woodman

2nd May, 2016

Fantastic cottage with a cosy feel.  – The Torrs