This room is an Annex at The Wayside, with separate access and parking. The room has oak beams and flooring, with high quality furnishings throughout, including cast iron radiators.
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Windermere is a self-contained building attached to the Cottage with a separate entrance. The room boasts a very comfortable king size bed with a state of the art Tempur Cloud mattress, white cotton bedding all home laundered, oak beams, and oak flooring, high quality furnishings throughout, cast iron radiators, and exposed stonework and a large flat screen television fixed on the wall opposite the bed.

Leading off the bedroom and up two oak steps is the bathroom also with exposed stonework and a large cast iron bath with a shower attachment, dressing gowns, slippers and Noble Isle toiletries available in the room. Outside is a walled courtyard with potted plants and a distant clippet of a sea view.

The room has 49″ colour television is fixed to the wall for easy viewing. A velux window above the bed is perfect for star gazing at night.

This room is ideal for honeymooners or for a romantic getaway or just for a quiet relaxing break. Flowers, champagne etc. can be arranged by prior notice at an extra cost.

Minimum two-night stay.

One well behaved dog is allowed in the Annexe at an extra cost but is not to be left unattended in the room.


  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Broadband Access
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Towels and toiletries

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01229 718883



The Wayside, Whitbeck,
nr Millom, LA19 5UP.

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