Picturesque stone-built Goody Bridge Cottage is a delightful detached Lakeland hideaway - perfect for a couple at any time of the year, which dates from the 18th Century. It is documented that Wordsworth bought his milk there.
The cottage was refurbished in 2008 whilst retaining the character feel of a traditional Lakeland cottage and the accommodation is all on one level. The entrance door opens directly into the kitchen which leads through into the spacious central sitting room with beamed ceiling (TV, DVD, living flame gas fire, stereo/radio/cassette, CD player and Wi-Fi broadband access). Double bedroom with king-sized brass bedstead. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and wc.
Furnishings throughout are comfortable and tastefully in-keeping with the cottage. The cosy atmosphere makes it ideal for any time of the year with fitted carpets throughout and gas central heating.
There is room to sit outside and enjoy a glass of wine or relax on quieter days. The cottage is in an enviable position in peaceful surroundings.