Pretty 17th century cottage with roses around the door
Rose Lea is a pretty Grade 2 listed, white washed cottage, adorned with creeping roses to the front. It is thought to date from 1691 and is one of a row of similar cottages in the tiny hamlet of Outgate, sitting directly opposite a green which is often used for grazing sheep.
The cottage is a very short stroll from the Outgate Inn and just a mile from the world-famous Drunken Duck Inn. The picturesque village of Hawkshead is close by, home to the Beatrix Potter Gallery (a designated world Heritage Site) where Potter’s original sketches and water colours are on display.
Local footpaths from the door lead to the shores of Windermere, the stunning beauty spot Tarn Hows, and the popular village of Ambleside where you’ll find a selection of chic shops, two cinemas, tea rooms, and many highly rated restaurants .