Corner House is a 200 year old Grade II listed cottage situated in the heart of the village of High Lorton within the Lake District National Park, close to Loweswater, Crummock , Buttermere and Derwent water.
The cottage retains a wealth of original features, window seats with views to the fells, comfy brass beds, open fires and a huge woodburning stove - perfect to come home after a days walking.
The village of High Lorton nestles at the foot of the Whinlatter Pass within the Buttermere Lorton Valley and Corner House commands views to the front over the valley towards the beautiful Loweswater fells and to the rear the hills around the Whinlatter Pass with its new Go Ape Forest adventure and mountain bike trails.
Lorton has a small traditional shop, and pub and in nearby Loweswater (2.5 miles) the 400yr old award winning Kirkstile Inn can be found with log fires, traditional ales and excellent locally produced food
Sleeps 2-6 persons & baby
Master Bed - King size Brass Bed,
Second Bed - Double Brass Bed,
Third Bed - Solid oak bunk
Beds (suitable for adults)
Cot & bed guard available,
Fitted Bathroom with bath & shower
large wood burning stove.
Galley Kitchen with oven
hob and butlers sink
Utility room - Fridge/freezer,
Microwave, iron etc.
Washing machine, tumble
High chair & Stairgates
Living Room - Open fire,
Snug - TV/DVD and games
Heating - Storage throughout & open fires
Private Parking but No Garden
Available All Year
Short Breaks Available
No Charge for dogs
Lorton village has:
Fishing at Boon Beck
Whinlatter Forest with Go Ape,
Mountain Bike Hire/bike & walking trails,
visitors centre, Opsrey camera - 2 miles
Loweswater & Kirkstile Inn 2 Miles
Cockermouth 3 Miles
Buttermere 6 miles
Bassenthwaite - Dodd wood &
Osprey view point 6 miles
Keswick 8 Miles - Keswick launch boats,
Derwent water, theatre by the lake
Perfect Base for exploring the beautiful North Western Fells