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Orchard Barn - Ingleton

Ingleton, Cumbria
Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Change Fri
No Dogs
4 star
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
7 more

At a glance

  • Sociable open-plan layout downstairs, with a big country kitchen
  • Lots of characterful features, including exposed wooden beams, feature stonework and an open staircase
  • Large lawned garden with verdant views – a great space for kids to play in
Property code: SZ374

This beautifully converted barn located in the Lune Valley benefits from large rooms that are great for socialising and relaxing in.

This impressive holiday home is part of a barn conversion and offers self-catering holiday accommodation in Cantsfield, on the borders of Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria.

Much of the original character has been retained throughout, with exposed beams, roof trusses and feature stonework. The owners have carried out a sympathetic and tasteful restoration to offer spacious, well equipped and comfortable accommodation.

The property is situated overlooking the fields with views of Ingleborough and the open countryside. There is ample parking and a large garden where you can sit and enjoy the summer sun and children can play in safety

An ideal country retreat for a touring, walking or relaxing holiday. They are perfectly situated in the Lune Valley and within 0.5 hours drive of the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Forest of Bowland, and the West Coast.

The property sleeps eight people in four well-appointed bedrooms, whilst the neighbouring cottage sleeps six people in two bedrooms. The cottages can be rented together to accommodate larger groups of up to 14 people.

On the ground floor there is a large utility room with separate wash basin and WC. Off the utility room is a well equipped and spacious beamed kitchen incorporating a range cooker with gas hob and electric oven leading into a large lounge/dining room with a wood burner.

The kitchen has views of open countryside with Ingleborough in the background. The lounge provides comfortable seating on luxurious leather sofas, surrounding a flatscreen Freeview TV, DVD player and a large wood burner. There is also a large dining table with solid oak chairs for eight people.

The ground floor bedroom is a twin and has an en-suite shower room, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail. This room is suitable for those with limited mobility.

A galleried landing overlooks the lounge/dining room. Upstairs there is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail. There is a twin bedroom and a further double bedroom. In addition to the en-suite bathrooms there is a further shower room with wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.

Outside there is ample parking to the front and a large lawned garden.

  • 4 bedrooms: 2 double, 2 twins (ground-floor bedroom suited to guests with limited mobility)
  • 3 bathrooms: 2 en-suite shower rooms, 1 family shower room, 1 WC
  • Range cooker and gas hobs, microwave
  • Utility room with WC
  • Wood burner - initial supply of logs provided
  • Underfloor heating throughout
  • TV, DVD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Partially enclosed garden with picnic benches, shared with neighbouring property
  • Off-road parking
  • Regret no pets
  • Shops within 5 miles, pub 1 mile
  • Regret no hen or stag groups
  • Can be rented with neighbouring property to sleep 14 across both properties
  • Please note this property has an open tread staircase, please take care with little ones
  • Arrival: 17:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • Sorry, no dogs allowed

Tessa McDonald

This property is personally managed by Tessa.


From guests that have stayed at the property.


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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