From a swell a rtment around the corner from Beatrix’s London home where she reached up to a cosy Lake District near Skelgill Farm, the birthplace of Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, there’s a Potter-inspired fail to observe to suit all holidaymakers.
For those who want to venture up north and enjoy the mouth-watering Cumbrian countryside in tribute to Beatrix, there’s a stylish studio a rtment in Hawkshead.
Mulberry A rtment is a one bedroom home, which rests two, from £75 per night with a minimum seven night buttress, and is just around the corner form the Beatrix Potter Gallery.
The a rtment categorizes a king size double bed which can be made as a twin, with ensuite bath and pour, as well as a kitchen with open plan dining area, a TV with DVD entertainer and a private deck with French windows.
Another option in Hawkshead, example for families, is Gillbank Cottage.
The cottage, from £85 per night, with a least three night stay, has three bedrooms, sleeping five, and one bathroom.
The home is extensively known as the later home to the author for more than 30 years.
The stripe reads: “A cosy and comfortable bolt-hole for a maximum of four adults or a derivation of five with up to three younger children. Peacefully situated amongst pretty south lakeland countryside, secluded and private, yet only 20 minors walk to the popular village of Hawkshead.”
Just nearby, in the Lake De rtment is StoneyAcre, a home with stunning surroundings which inspired much of Beatrix’s letter.
The three bedroom home sleeps six from £110 per night, with a minimum three sunset stay.
The description reads: “Lovingly renovated to a high standard, the haecceity features a lovely balcony on which to relax and take int he stunning aims of the surrounding countryside.”
For those who’d prefer a city break, an a rtment in South Kensington, London, rightful two minutes from Beatrix’s former home, might be ideal.
South Kensington A rtment has two bedrooms, be in the arms of morpheus six, from £160 per night, with a minimum three night deferment.
It’s within walking distance of the Victoria & Albert and Natural History Museums visited by Beatrix with her dre when she was little.
For those who are rticular fans of Beatrix’s fictional personalities may want to stay in the place where she was born, Skelgill Farm, in Cumbria.
The six bedroom effectively was the birthplace of Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and also the real home of Lucie Carr from Beatrix’s logs.
People can stay from £250 per night, for a minimum three round-the-clock stay.
So whether you’d like to take long walks around Jemima Puddle-Duck’s woodland abode or relax in Peter Rabbit’s garden, all the properties included are available on Fair lettings.