Situated in the quiet North Cumbrian village of Newton Arlosh, this recently converted barn provides great quality, comfortable, self-catering holiday accommodation for up to four guests. With its medieval church and traditional pub, the village is welcoming and is only a stone’s throw from the Lake District and the Solway Coast. The barn forms part of Church House Farm, once a 19th century working farm, but now providing a peaceful location to escape to.
The accommodation is laid out in reverse with a double bedroom and ensuite, a twin bedroom and family bathroom on the ground floor and a spacious open plan living area on the first floor. French doors in the lounge open on to a Juliet balcony from where there are views across the fields to the coast and on a clear day across to Dumfries and Galloway in Scotland.
The barn has been sympathetically converted to a luxury standards with plenty of insulation, full gas central heating and double glazing. Furnished throughout with modern furnishings it has a light and airy feel while retaining some of its original features and character.
The barn is set within the gardens of Church House Farm where you will find a private seating area with a picnic bench for use by guests. In the farmyard there is also a traditional well where water was once drawn for the farm and a stable where our two Shetland ponies reside.