Single/twin room Old Rectory Bootle

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1 Bed
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A single/twin room adjacent to the bathroom (shared with the family) in a 1847 rectory. Open fire in lounge, large Aga fuelled kitchen . Great access to the Western fells in a quiet smallholding raising pigs, hens and our own veg.

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The grounds and house from the air

The grounds and house from the air

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)


Extra people: $15 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $9
Weekly Price: $245 /week
Monthly Price: $843 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


House Rules

1 night minimum stay
The Old Rectory single/twin room with one bed.

The Old Rectory single/twin room with one bed.

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About the Host, Mike

Bootle near Whitehaven, England, United Kingdom
Member since September 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour
  • Mike
  • Bootle Stores and Post Office

    Our local store and Post Office, open (phone number hidden), closed Wed after 12.30, open to 19.30 Sat. Run by David and Jane Scott, super friendly and helpful, good range of fruit, veg, groceries wine + beers
  • The Brown Cow Inn Waberthwaite

    Traditional pub, very good pub food, last orders 9 pm
  • The Wayside B+B Whitbeck

    Aka The Whisky Barn, high classs B+B that also serves evening meals to non-residents by arrangement. USP a bar witha huge range of 250 whiskys to sample at reasonable cost
    Whitbeck England LA19
  • Muncaster Castle

    Home of the local gentry ( v friendly), open beautiful grounds famous for rhododendren colleection and World Owl Centre, castle open for a visit. Raptor displays and cafe, festivals at bank hols etc
    CA18 1RQ
  • King William IV ( King Billy) Kirksanton

    Pub/restaurant serving superb ( enormous) steaks cooked by an expat South African chef. Booking advised, especially at weekends
    Kirksanton England LA18
  • The Ratty Inn Ravenglass

    his is a traditional pub with restaurant facilities, situated next to the Lal Ratty railway station. Good place to have a pub meal after visiting Muncaster Castle and before going up Eskdale.
    Ravenglass England CA18
  • Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway

    Narrow guage steam trains up the beautiful Eskdale valley to Dalegarth for the spectacular Stanley Ghyll falls, the riverside walk to Doctor bridge or more energetic fell path to Blea tarn.
    CA18 1SW
  • Millom

    Nearest small town, offers a Tesco and Co-op, reataurants and pubs including a curry house, Da Vinci (italian) and the Bear on the Square (pub meals) all on the central square.
    Millom England LA18
  • Millom petrol station

    Nearest petrol going south
    Millom England LA18 5AB
  • Beswicks Restaurant Broughton

    Simply the best restaurant for many miles around, our celebration spot. Evenings only, booking essential (phone number hidden)
    Foxfield Rd LA20
  • The Bakery Broughton-in-Furness

    National award winning bakery and fine cafe. Do not go if watching weight. Next to a great deli and butcher Melvyn Tyson, so Broughton is the local gourmet center. See Beswicks restaurant
    Broughton-in-Furness England LA20
  • Holmrook petrol station

    Nearest petrol going north
    Holmrook England CA19
  • Irton Pike near Santon Bridge

    The lay-by on the road between Santon Bridge and Eskdale Green gives access to a fantastic 2 hr circular walk up to Irton Pike, a modest hill but with the best views of Wasdale valley ever.
    Santon Bridge England CA19
  • Boot

    Boot is home to the historic working watermill, run by miller Mr King who provides guided tours and demonstrations of the miiling process. Restaurants, cafes and bars, Stanley Ghyll falls nearby.
    Boot England CA19
  • Old Man of Coniston

    Justifiably famous fell walk to the top of this mountain. Impressive crags and views from the top
  • Wasdale Head Inn

    Inn at the end of the road to Scafell Pike and Great Gable. Spritual home of English rock climbing, and a suitable place to imbibe after going up a big hill. Great beers, good food, nuff said
  • Scafell Pike

    The highest mountain in England with a path to the top which involves scrambling but otherwise straightforward. Look at weather and If possible take a map and compass and know how to use them!
  • Coniston Boating Centre

    Lakeside site offering kyaks, dinghies and motor boats to hire. Steam yacht plies the lake in the summer months. Site of the last, fatal, attempt by Malcolm Campbell on the water speed record. Cafe
    LA21 8EW
  • Wasdale Head Inn

    Inn at the end of the road to Scafell Pike and Great Gable. Spritual home of English rock climbing, and a suitable place to imbibe after going up a big hill. Great beers, good food, nuff said
    CA20 1EX
  • Grizedale Forest Park

    Great centre for mountain biking of at all levels, forest walks, Go Apeing
    LA22 0QJ
  • Great Gable

    Home of British rock climbing, has Napes Needle and requires a moderate amount of stamina to reach the top. Watch the weather, take a compass and map and know how to use them, dress appropriately.
  • Blea Tarn

    Pleasant fell walk from Dalegarth Ratty station or Boot with views of Scafell and Great Gable
  • The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction

    World famous centre for all things Potterish
    Crag Brow England LA23 3BX
  • Ambleside

    Lakeside to Windermere lake, less touristy than nearby Windermere village, with trips on the lake, a water sports centre, shops and restaurants.
    Ambleside England
  • Windermere

    It seems for many Windermere IS the Lakes (wish I had their PR). Trips on lake, shops etc. Crowded + touristy - OK if you like that. About 1 hr away, not far enough for me
    Windermere England LA23
  • Tarn Hows

    Lovely level circular stroll of about an hour around the tarn on well built paths, National Trust car park, 15 minutes from Coniston village.
    Eskin St CA12 4DH

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