Pottery Cottage is a Victorian terraced cottage, peacefully sat in the Cumbrian village of Dearham. With the idyllic Solway Firth, scenic Lake District and fabulous towns nearby, this is a fine getaway for groups of four seeking to explore this fine region. Enter this stone property and a cosy sitting room conveniently greets you, boasting a stunning electric woodburner, return from an adventure-filled day and flop down on the snug sofa to fully let your hair down. Step through into the stylish kitchen/diner, a modern and social dining table leads you into the well-equipped kitchen lined with glossy, cream units so you can prepare those tasty meals in style. The ground floor also occupies a contemporary family bathroom with an optional shower over the bath. Wander upstairs to discover Pottery Cottage's two delightful bedrooms touched with pretty floral features which tie this immaculate accommodation together wonderfully. To the back of the property sits a lovely enclosed garden, along with lockable storage to keep your bikes and other outdoor equipment. Dearham's small choice of amenities rest right on your doorstep, its renowned pie shop sits a few doors down, whilst its friendly pub and convenience store are also just a short walk away. The historic and well-appointed town of Maryport is just a short journey away, offering a wealth of amenities as well as attractions such as a choice of interesting museums and an aquarium. Nature lovers are also well-catered for in the area, with the picture-perfect Solway Firth at your fingertips, as well as the Lake District National Park with its dramatic scenery and activities on offer. Pottery Cottage is an enticing Cumbria cottage in an ideal spot for touring this fine region.
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Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room with electric fire.
Dearham is in Allerdale, less than two miles from Maryport on the western fringes of the Lake District National Park. It has four pubs, a Post Office/shop, a fish and chip shop and a renowned pie shop. The countryside offers views of the Loweswater Valley and beyond. The Solway Firth is within a short drive. Maryport and Cockermouth are both easily reachable and provide plenty to see and do for visitors of all tastes.