Traditional Stone Built Cottage On The Fringes of Ambleside Village
Delightfully located to the North of Ambleside lies the lovely Rushbrook, a quaint, stone-built cottage providing superb facilities for the smaller party. Set well back from Rydal Road and nestled amongst mature trees and shrubs, Rushbrook is an ideal and peaceful base from where to explore wonderful walks from the door and discover all that this popular location has to offer the first or returning visitor. Original features of flagged floors and a warming wood burner sit seamlessly against the modern kitchen and shower room whilst quality soft furnishings and a modern colour palette create a calming yet contemporary twist to this charming, cosy cottage.
Ambleside is a quarter of a mile, level walk away where you’ll find everything needed to fully self-cater during your stay but if you do prefer to eat out, you’ll be spoiled with the huge choice of cuisine on hand, something for every pocket and palate. Steeped in history, you’ll find the iconic 17th Century Bridge House at the heart of the village, one of the most photographed buildings in the whole of the Lake District, perfect for a holiday-selfie opportunity. The historic Roman Fort at Galava Gate, built in AD79 is set close to the shores of Windermere at Borrans Park against a backdrop of Loughrigg Fell, an idyllic setting and well worth a visit during your stay.