Brace yourselves for something special: Presenting THE MEWS (MOSSER)
Well, what to say when a picture paints a thousand words... This is a real gem of a barn conversion - quite frankly I'm rather jealous isn't mine!!
There are three beautifully-presented bedrooms - two doubles, one on the first floor and one on the ground floor. The third bedroom, also on the ground floor, is a fantastic family room - complete with a (4ft) double, a single and child-size bunk beds (single over a small double), perfect for younger members of the party to camp out or for those who just can't choose which bed to have! The occupancy is 6/8 with this room in mind. Also on the ground floor is the family bathroom - relax in the bath and soak up the ambience of this peaceful room. The spacious entrance hallway is perfect for kicking off muddy boots and drying off wet dogs (two are allowed!) before you head up the stairs where you are in for a treat...
Along with the second double bedroom and a shower room, the first floor is dominated by the simply stunning open-plan living, kitchen and dining area. The large picture window at the end of the living area is a recent addition by the current owners - once you've seen the views you too will question why this window wasn't put in sooner! Rolling fields and the fells beyond are perfectly framed in this window and the views will have you itching to explore what this less-known area has to offer. A feature wood burner is another welcome addition to this cosy part of the room. When hunger calls, the open-plan layout means you can move seamlessly from couch potato to baked potato (other varieties are available)! The kitchen and dining areas are lovely social spaces - there is even a Juliet balcony, perfect for bringing the outside in on those long summer evenings.
Exposed beams and stone walls show the cottage's character. Interesting fact, the vaulted ceiling on the first floor has been made from reclaimed pallets!! In fact, there are quirky touches all over The Mews - spot the lintels and original oddly-shaped barn windows as you explore the cottage.
Outside there is ample parking for four cars to the front (this area can also double up as additional outside space - it's a lovely morning sun trap, so a perfect spot for a cuppa) and to the rear is an enclosed garden. PLEASE NOTE, the rear garden is currently under development so isn't quite finished - currently there is a gravelled area with an oak bench but there will soon be a grassed area as well (the aim is for this to be done by end of May/beginning of June).
It’s available for bookings from this Friday (4th May).
You better book an extended stay - trust me, you won't want to leave...