2 bedroom stylish apartment ideal retreat for couples and families.
Please ask the owner or check their rental agreement when booking the property.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
- Please be mindful and respect our Neighbours - therefore please keep noise to a minimum and no parties please. Quiet time is after 10pm.
- And the end of your stay please return the Parking Permit on the Kitchen worktop ready for the next guest
Enhanced cleaning practices
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
About Tina Rowswell
Hi I am Tina - me and my family visited the lake district for the first time last year and fell head over heels in love with the place. After returning back to the normal rat race one morning we decided to take a risk and follow our hearts which was to buy this property. Our aim was to share the experience of getting away from it all for like minded people. We really hope you enjoy your stay at Joseph Cottage
Tina Rowswell purchased this Cottage in 2016
Why Tina Rowswell chose Kendal
Historic Town of Kendal… The bustling market town of Kendal, built in distinctive limestone, is a popular hub for shopping and culture in South Lakeland. Home to exciting festivals, a vibrant arts centre, fine museums and world renowned art gallery. Historically, ‘The Auld Grey Town’ was one of the most important woollen textile centres in the country, producing ‘Kendal Green’ and other ‘Kendal cottons’ – its numerous yards (Joseph cottage being part of Kendal’s heritage located in one of these historic yard) once filled with workshops processing cloth, leather and foodstuffs. Kendal was also a centre for shoe making, carpet and snuff manufacture, and synonymous with the production of the famous Kendal Mint Cake.
What makes this Cottage unique
So many reasons to stay... Step outside to enjoy beautiful walks along the River Kent or take leisurely stroll up to Kendal Castle where you can take in the spectacular and far reaching views. Stride onto world famous fells, wander through glorious valleys, take to the water under wind or power or explore the landscapes that inspired such artists as Wordsworth, Wainwright and Beatrix Potter. Visit critically acclaimed gastropubs and Michelin-starred restaurants, or cook for yourself with ingredients from farmers markets, food festivals and specialist local shops and delis. Embrace the great outdoors and don't forget to bring your camera!