Brant Le'ath

Availability

£330 - £760

Area:
Hesket Newmarket
Sleeps:
5
Bedrooms:
3
Changeover:
Friday
Arrival time:
16:00
Departure time:
10:00
Pets Allowed?:
0
Garden:
enclosed
Fire type:
wood burner
WiFi:
Yes
Nearest Pub:
200m

Brant Le'ath is a stunning barn conversion nestled among gorgeous rolling countryside in the sleepily charming village of Hesket Newmarket. Sleeping up to five people in three comfortable bedrooms and boasting elegant social spaces, a gorgeous garden and simply glorious views it really makes a truly wonderful north Lakeland holiday home. The cottage has been sympathetically converted to harness all available natural light and has been decorated with a stylish lightness of touch making it feel luxurious yet homely.

Hesket Newmarket has a very special charm about it. Situated in the northern fells, it feels a world away from the bustling tourist hotspots of Lakeland while still being within easy driving distance of attractions and amenities. The village has an excellent and much-loved pub which has its own brewery, a must for lovers of real ale! If you're armed with your walking boots, you'll find Wainwrights such as Carrock Fell and High Pike are walkable from the door while the mighty forms of Skiddaw and Blencathra only just beyond. For a gentler stroll why not follow the river to Caldbeck and reward yourself with a trip to the Wool Clip while there? There's plenty of room in the garage at Brant Le'ath for your bikes, there's so much scope for cycling both on and off road around this peaceful undulating area.

If you choose to venture further afield there is plenty to keep you entertained. The towns of Cockermouth, Penrith and Keswick are all an easy drive while the rich history of the area is in evidence all around. Why not have a jaunt to Hutton-in-the-Forest nearby or take the family to Lowther's immense "Lost Castle" adventure playground? For a spot of culture, you could take in a play or concert at Keswick's beautifully situated Theatre By The Lake or investigate the area's literary connections in Cockermouth.