About The House
The Beech Tree is a
inviting and friendly house perfect for large groups
of nature lovers. Most of the house was built in the
late 18 century from its own oak trees and local stone
. The early craftmanshship can still be seen coupled
with modern comforts. It is set in its own
grounds with extensive parking facilities, large
gardens and sitting areas. It is located in the
the village with direct access to village ammenities
as well as to the lush green coutryside. The Lakes
offers glorious mountain scenery with rushing streams
and placid lakes and provides the ideal base for
walking, climbing, jogging, fell running, rowing,
sailing, cycling, mountain biking and fishing etc,
The main house has 8
bedrooms all located on the second floor. Four of
these are ensuite and another two have their own
shower. Opposite the four rooms with showers or
without ensuite facilities are three separate toilets,
a shower room and a room with a bath.
There are a further two large bedrooms in the annex , in the right hand corner of the house. One of these bedrooms is a twin on the ground floor- There is a toilet, also on the ground floor, not far from the room.
The second room, up a fairly tight spiral staircase is a large double room with bathroom and shower. This bathroom and shower , just outside the double room, can be made private to the room or shared with the twin room below.
On the bottom floor - to the right and left of the hall are two lounges. these are big enough to take around 8 people each. The dining room is large enough to take up to eighteen people.
The kitchen is well equipped and medium sized. At the back of this there is a utilities room with further washing facilities, fridges, washing machines and dryer. Not far from the utilities room there is a games room.
Storage facilities for bikes or boats.
You enter the the Beech Tree through a large bright entrance hall with attractively tiled floors. In front of you is the main staircase lit up by a long 2 metre high window overlooking a very special, totally natural rock garden. To the right of the hall is the smaller of two dinning area and to the left the first of two lounges.