Rose Cottage, Windermere – the ultimate in luxury!

Imagine waking up, surrounded by stunning scenery in one of Windermere’s most romantic cottages with its very own hot tub in the garden.

If you are looking for a special place to stay for a romantic weekend or to celebrate a special occasion, Rose Cottage offers the ultimate in luxury. With a king sized bed, a spacious open plan kitchen and lounge, a hot tub, a whirlpool bath for two and heated spa relaxation chairs, this beautiful property offers a peaceful haven for romantic couples.

Windermere is one of the most visited parts of the Lake District. Breath-taking scenery, the largest lake in England and a host of attractions keep visitors flocking back for more.

Rose Cottage was originally an old ‘Smithy Cottage’ which has been totally renovated and refurbished to create one of the Lake District’s most stunning properties.

From the elegant lounge, patio doors lead onto the outside decking area. The lounge boasts a comfortable hand-made 3-seater sofa, a contemporary log burning stove, and a TV with surround-sound and Wifi.

The kitchen is fitted with light oak units, a fitted oven and hob, a fridge-freezer, dishwasher and dining table and chairs. Outdoor features include a luxurious hot tub and a garden table and chairs.

Guests can also make use of the spa facilities at the nearby Aphrodite’s Hotel, just a two minute drive away or enjoy breakfast at the hotel.

There are plenty of attractions and places to visit close to the cottage, if you can drag yourselves away.

Windermere is without doubt the most romantic lake in the region. Hire a rowing boat or take a Windermere Cruise from Lakeside, Bowness Bay or Ambleside. If you buy a full day ticket, you can hop on and off the boat at places of interest along the route, or combine a boat ride with a walking tour of the shores of Windermere. There are also plenty of places to stop off for a picnic if you want to make a day of it.

Levens Hall is an incredible property with Grade 1 listed gardens that date back to 1694. The main hall is open to visitors, and offers a fascinating insight into the early lives of the Bellingham family who lived at the hall in the 1590´s. In addition to the famous topiary gardens, the hall is also home to a gift shop and licensed restaurant.

Exploring Windermere on horseback is one of the best ways to see this beautiful part of the Lake District. You will find a choice of riding centres around the area, many of which offer tuition. Whether you are an experienced rider or a complete novice, there will be trails to suit you, and this is the perfect way to see the countryside.

You can enjoy a bird´s eye view of the Lake District from a hot air balloon. Take your loved one up, up and away over Windermere, and enjoy a bottle of champagne from your hot air balloon. Romantic hot air balloon trips are available from many sites around the Lake District, and this is the best way to see Windermere and the surrounding countryside.