Barrony Cottage is a traditional cottage for 4 people in the fell village of Uldale. Situated in the remote location known as Back o’ Skiddaw, Uldale is perfect for an escape to sooth the soul with limited mobile reception, no shops and one welcoming pub.
You can access the gentler side of Skiddaw straight from the village. A footpath crosses the fields towards Longlands where gentle grassy fells rise up slowly gradually forming the Skiddaw Massif. You can walk for miles here and access all the Northern Fells.
In the village there is a lovely pub, the Snooty Fox, which serves food 6 nights a week and hosts regular hog roasts and curry nights. There is also a children's play park and free tennis court in the village as well as Mae's Tea Room and Gallery, which has wifi and is open daily and also serves evening meals on Fridays and Saturdays and Sunday lunches.
There are larger villages in the surrounding area including Caldbeck and Hesket Newmarket, which has the country’s first co-operative pub, a shop and a tea room. Keswick is only 20 minutes away offering shops, cafes, bars and a supermarket.
Barrony Cottage was featured in The Sunday Mirror as one of their 'Top 10 Half-Term Family Getaways' and you can read the article in full here and discover more about Sally's Cottages.