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Created from a substantial portion of historic Hill Top, a former farmhouse dating from 1680 and once owned by Arthur Ransome, most famous for his “Swallows and Amazons” series of children’s stories, The Cottage at Hill Top offers awarding-
Standing in some nine acres of beautiful grounds, including gardens, lawns, and fabulous ancient woodland, Hill Top’s truly breathtaking position within the wonderful Lake District National Park (a World Heritage Site) commands stupendous panoramic views across the exquisite Rusland Valley -
In its idyllic rural location, Hill Top is conveniently located just a mile and a half west of the southern tip of Lake Windermere and Newby Bridge, with a good choice of pubs, restaurants and activities within a five minute drive.
The Cottage comprises two sumptuous king-
Outside, guests can relax in the wonderful courtyard garden with its purpose-
Beyond are extensive lawns, and more adventurous guests might decide to explore our beautiful hillside woodland with its fantastic rock outcrops rising over 200 feet and dazzling carpets of bluebells in the springtime. With its archaeological remains from the days of the old charcoal burners, Hill Top offers a truly unique Lakeland experience.
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