Eden Lacy Lodge

Availability

£325 - £705

Area:
Lazonby
Sleeps:
2
Bedrooms:
1
Changeover:
Friday
Arrival time:
17:00
Departure time:
9:30
Pets Allowed?:
0
Garden:
partially enclosed
Fire type:
wood burner
WiFi:
Yes
Nearest Pub:
1.5 miles

Eden Lacy Lodge is one of our NEW COTTAGES!

Dating back to 1900, Eden Lacy Lodge was originally built as a gatehouse for the grand neighbouring property, Eden Lacy. Now providing delightful accommodation for 2 people, Eden Lacy Lodge is the peaceful home-from-home you've been looking for. A spacious entrance hall welcomes you into this charming cottage and leads you through to the open plan living-dining-kitchen area, a really wonderful space. The wood burning stove in the living area is a fantastic feature and the well equipped kitchen is ideal for creating special meals a deux. The lovely double bedroom feels really relaxing and the bathroom has a shower over the bath to suit all tastes. A delightful patio with outdoor furniture and a BBQ area can be found off the living room and leads on to the enclosed lawned garden. Wrap up warm and enjoy a steaming hot chocolate in the autumn or dine al fresco in the summer, whatever the time of year you'll be wanting to spend time out here thanks to the simply stunning views on offer.

A stay at Eden Lacy Lodge also gives you access to a shared natural woodland. Enjoy a stroll through the trees whilst keeping an eye out for the resident wildlife. Guests can also walk down to the river from the cottage, why not take a book and a flask of tea and enjoy a peaceful moment on the river bank. A walk at Lacy's Caves is a must for anyone staying in the area. A circular walk starting from the nearby village of Little Salkeld, explore this intriguing set of caves carved into the sandstone by Colonel Lacy, who also has a connection to Eden Lacy.

If you do fancy a day out, why not plan a visit to picturesque Ullswater? Head to Glenridding where you can hire a boat to explore the water - or catch a ride on the steamer if you'd prefer someone else to do the hard work. Stop off at Pooley Bridge for souvenirs or head up nearby Askham Fell for stunning views of the area. A trip to the popular market town of Keswick is a must; indulge in a spot of retail therapy before stopping for lunch at one of the independent cafes. Whatever you decide to do, Eden Lacy Lodge is the perfect place to base yourselves.