Burrellhill accommodation summary
Formal dining room
Master bedroom with super-king size zip and link beds and en-suite with dressing room
Second super-king size bedroom with zip and link beds (both of these rooms can be made up as twins, please advise on booking if you require this)
King-size en-suite bedroom (accessed from gallery landing above formal dining room)
Large family bathroom
King-size en-suite bedroom with Juliet balcony
Twin bedroom which can be converted to a super-king upon request
Substantial mature gardens with lawns and pond (Children must be supervised)
Large decked area to the rear of the house with dining furniture
Gravelled parking area to the side with ample space for 6 or more cars
(Please note the track leading to the property is a little bumpy and might not be suitable for cars with low clearance).
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
The house is heated by a combination of storage heaters and central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
2 dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £15.00 per dog
No age restrictions for children
The cottage is non-smoking
We ask for a damage deposit of £200. This will be returned in the fortnight following your stay.
The house is split into two sections, the main older section of the house and the newer extension. If the property has availability 8 weeks prior to an arrival date and you have a smaller party of six or less, you can book just the main house at a discount of 20% off the advertised online rate. The extension part of the property will be closed off when booking for six with the discount.
When booking for six you will need to contact the office directly so they can add the discount for you.
Burrellhill is a stunning property in an unparalleled position in the Eden Valley. Sleeping up to ten people in five beautifully appointed bedrooms as well as five bathrooms and benefiting from wonderful socialising spaces it really is an ideal cottage to gather family or friends for a luxurious break in this glorious area. The accommodation is also very flexible for differing groups as several of the beds are "zip and link" so they can be made up as super-king size beds or twins (please advise on booking of your requirements).
On arrival at the house guests enter directly into the large kitchen diner. Decorated with a gorgeous "modern rustic" feel about it, it has light coloured units, a large oval distressed wooden table and wooden flooring. The kitchen itself is very well equipped with two full under-counter fan ovens, Neff ceramic hobs, a microwave, dishwasher, retro fridge freezer and a Krupps coffee machine so don't forget your coffee pods! Of course there is all the cookware crockery and glassware you will need for your stay. Through to the back there is a stone floored porch-way with plenty of space for coats and muddy boots.
Off the main kitchen is the staggering formal dining room. A glorious, double height, light, galleried space with a dining table of baronial proportions it is a wonderful room for a special celebration meal or indeed for long post dinner conversations about your group's Cumbrian adventures. A staircase leads up to a gallery landing where the first of the beautiful bedrooms is situated. Remote from the other sleeping areas it is perfect for a couple who would like seclusion from the rest of the party. This stylish room has exposed beams, a king-size bed, two sash windows and a large wardrobe. Its spacious en-suite shower room has a wet-room style walk-in shower enclosure with mixer shower.
The Sun Room lies just off the dining room which is a light filled comfortable room with double doors, a sofa and rocking chairs. Perfect for enjoying a good book or looking out to the lawns and mature trees to the front of the house and seeing the comings and goings of the visiting birdlife.
Staying in the main "older" section of the house and moving back through the kitchen/diner guests can find the downstairs WC alongside the utility room with washer and dryer. This corridor opens up into the beautiful main living area and library. This stunning room has a sandstone wall, exposed beams and a wonderful large open fireplace. While relaxing in the sumptuous sofas and armchairs guests can choose between listening to the stereo, watching the TV, a DVD or fighting it out over the Wii. Alternatively they can choose from one of the vast array of books in the library and commandeer the sofa in that side of the room to enjoy it in peace.
Moving upstairs to the two bedrooms in this wing of the house you first arrive at the master suite. This has a super-king size upholstered bed (which can be made up as a twin should your party require), dual aspect windows and a dressing table looking out over the lawns and mature gardens. Its spacious en-suite shower room doubles up as a dressing room with substantial fitted wardrobes an a large walk-in shower enclosure. The twin room on this floor also has zip and link beds so can be made up as a super-king size bed if you would rather. The family bathroom for this wing has a double-ended, free-standing bath and a large wet-room style shower enclosure.
Going back to the newer wing of the house via the Sun Room (please bear in mind that if the house is only let for six people this section will not be accessible). The lovely second kitchen is ideal if you have two families wanting to strut their own culinary stuff so to speak, it is also well equipped with a large range oven with ceramic hobs and a fridge freezer. From here you access the gorgeous living/dining area. This forms virtually the length of a former barn making stylish use of stunning exposed A beams and harnessing all the available light though multiple windows and double doors. The room has two deep modern sofas, a wood-burner, a wall mounted television and a dining table for four. It's a wonderfully sociable room and it's particularly useful to have a second living area should you have teens or tweens who would like some socialising space to themselves. The double doors lead out onto the decked area to the rear of the house and open up stunning views all the way to the Lakeland fells. Also on this floor you can gain access to the Garage which is ideal for storing bikes.
Moving upstairs in this wing you first arrive at a light open landing with floor-height arched window and armchair for a peaceful reading nook. Both of the bedrooms are stunning double height rooms with exposed beams, stylish lighting and elegant decor. The king-size en-suite bedroom on this landing has a lovely upholstered bedstead, large wardrobes, a dressing table and double doors with a beautiful Juliet Balcony looking out over rolling fields to the Pennines. Its en-suite shower room is a wonderful light room with mixer shower and drencher head. The twin room has zip and link beds which can be made up as a super-king size bed should you require, wardrobes, a dresser and a large window looking out over the wide-open fields. While the family bathroom has a double ended bath with over-bath drencher shower and a separate shower attachment.
The grounds of this wonderful cottage are no less magical than the interior with plenty of nooks and areas for you to explore. It has mature trees, large lawns, a courtyard, a sunken pond, a huge expanse of decking and quite simply the most staggering panoramic views of this area of northern England. To the west, best viewed from the decking, are the Lakeland fells. The iconic shape of Blencathra is most notable but you can also see the peaks of the four highest mountains in the country. Not many gardens can lay claim to this! Nearby the impressive sight of the Pennines, known as the spine of England, rears up from the fields to the East of the house. In fact Cross Fell is easily walkable from the door. You can even see the northern edge of the Howgills to the south. Added to this the cottage is right next door to Edensoaring, a gliding school. On good days these lovely aircraft silently circle this wide-open expanse making for great fun for little ones run around the grounds to spot and wave to them.