Barn Cottage accommodation summary
Open plan kitchen with dining area and lounge area.First Floor
Twin bedroom (two single beds)
Sitting out area
If you cross the stream and go along the little path, you'll come to the Allotment which is yours to use with Summer house, bench and willow arbour.
Village swings, picnic table and river with ducks just round the cornerOther Info
Towels will be provided
A cot is available for children under the age of 2 (please bring your own cot linen)
A high chair is available
WiFi access is available at the property
Sorry, no pets
The cottage is non-smoking
Logs and kindling provided
The owners of this cottage will be providing a Christmas tree and decorations for the festive season.General Description
The hallway leads to the main open plan downstairs room. This is a cosy and comfortable room full of interesting knick-knacks and antiques. The lounge area has sofa and two chairs, TV with DVD player, radio/CD player and plenty of books and games. There is further seating by the large picture window. The beams in this room came from a ship.
The kitchen area is equipped with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, toaster and kettle. The dining table easily seats four. There is a washing machine situated under the stairs in the hallway, with a small freezer above it.
Upstairs is a double bedroom, a twin and a bathroom which has bath, separate shower, WC and sink. The views of open countryside from the bedrooms are lovely. The bedrooms are quirky with all sorts of interesting decoration.
Outside there is parking for one car with further parking round the corner on the road. There is a bench to sit on and enjoy a morning coffee or perhaps a glass of wine in the evening.
The owners, Chris and Roy, have also developed 'The Allotment' which is more of a garden than an allotment which you are welcome to use. It is a haven of peace with fantastic views towards Skiddaw and comes complete with Summer house, bench, garden seats, a willow arbour and three or four hens. To reach the Allotment you need to cross the stream and follow the little path - it's only a minute or so from The Barn.