Sleeps 4 in a double and a twin
Dash is a conventionally arranged cottage that looks out towards Skiddaw, with views from the double bedroom towards Bassenthwaite Lake. Dash provides spacious accommodation for four people.
On the ground floor, the entrance leads into the open-plan kitchen/dining, complete with dining table and chairs, and a fully fitted kitchen. An open arch leads through to the lounge where settees and chairs are arranged around the TV.
Dog-leg stairs lead up to the bedrooms; a double to the side and a twin bedroom to the rear – both views views towards Skiddaw. The double bedroom has an en-suite WC. There is a family bathroom, with bath and mixer shower over, washbasin and WC.
Immediately in front of the cottage is a picnic bench and barbecue.
- Bedrooms: Sleeps 4 in 1 double and 1 twin
- Bathrooms: Bath with shower over, washbasin and WC
- All electricity included
- Electric storage & convector heating
- Bed linen and towels included, Cot & H/Chair optional extra
- Digital Colour TV & DVD Player
- Combined Washer/Dryer, Dishwasher
- Fridge/Freezer, Microwave, Electric cooker
- Parking for two cars
- Children’s play area with lawn and wooded grounds to 1 acre
- Shared Games Room – table tennis, pool table, DVD library and WiFi
- Private water supply & drainage
- Two well-behaved dogs by arrangement
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Availability and Price
From April to October we offer weekly bookings beginning on a Friday. Alternative dates are sometimes possible so please do inquire.
From November to March (excluding Christmas & New Year)) our minimum stay is 2-nights. The minimum stay for Christmas and New Year is 3-nights.
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Dash Cottage is named after the nearby waterfalls – known as Dash Falls or the more prosaic Whitewater Dash, where water drains from the Candleseaves Bog at the back of Skiddaw Mountain and cascades over a rocky precipice before winding its way through Park Wood and the village of Bassenthwaite.