Fellgarth accommodation summary
Bathroom with over-bath shower
Super king bedroom with en suite over-bath shower
Bunk bedroom with additional bed under very low ceiling. (Please be advised that the top bunk and additional bed are more suited for children. The cottage is only able to accept a maximum of 7 adults, please call the office if you would like to book for 9 people including children).
Bathroom with over-bath shower and WCOutside
Located on a private lane
We find that we can fit 3 cars the garage (2 in the garage and 1 across the back of the parked cars) without blocking access for our neighbours. There is space for 2 guest cars in the layby, but please could it be made clear that space needs to be left for a third car for the occupants of the annex.Other Info
The beds will be made up for you, please remember to bring your own towels
A cot is available for children under the age of 2 (please bring your own cot linen)
The house is heated by oil fired central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
2 dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £20.00 per dog
The cottage is non-smoking
We ask for a damage deposit of £100. This will be returned in the fortnight following your stay.
Please note, access to Fellgarth is via a flight of stone steps. These steps are fairly steep and care should be taken, especially in the dark and poor weather.
If the owners feel an unreasonable amount of heating has been used in relation to the conditions at that time, they may feel it necessary to retain a portion of your damage deposit to cover the extra costs. Whilst guests must be comfortable whilst on holiday, constantly having the heat running on full might be considered excessive.
Fellgarth is a stunning cottage with equally stunning views from its large windows. It sleeps eight - or nine at a push - across four bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor. Although the living accommodation would suit less-abled guests who sleep in the bottom bedroom, please be aware that access to the cottage is via steps or a steep slope.
There is a front and back entrance to this cottage and the first time guests enter will be via the back door into the kitchen. Greeted by a welcome pack full of local produce, this large kitchen has been refurbished in a sensitive, modern style and is generously equipped. A split, two-level electric oven and hob sits alongside a microwave, dishwasher, large fridge-freezer, blender and toaster. A large utility cupboard contains a useful washing machine and tumble dryer. Two dining tables can be used separately or pushed together, either next to the wood burning stove or under the large window overlooking St Sunday Crag. Two window seats are located in the kitchen as well to make the most of the stunning views on offer.
The living room is situated at the front of the cottage and takes in the double aspect views of St Sunday Crag, the Fairfield Horseshoe, Gavel Pike and Patterdale Common to the front and Hartsop and up the scenic Kirkstone Pass to the side; the summit of Helvellyn can even be seen from the comfort of the cottage. Hours can be pleasurably whiled away watching the wildlife in the garden from the window seats, which includes red squirrels, woodpeckers, rabbits and an array of bird life. Another wood burning stove warms guests, who can read the books provided or watch TV in any of the two three-seater sofas or two armchairs.
The ground floor accommodation is completed with a double bedroom - with double aspect views to the side (Hartsop) and rear (Place Fell) - and a bathroom, which includes an over-bath shower and a separate WC.
The first floor houses three bedrooms and two bathrooms (one en suite). The kingsize master bedroom has an en suite bathroom (with an over-bath shower and WC), plentiful storage and views to the side of Place Fell towards Glenridding. A twin room has views to the front and Hartsop to the side, while the fourth room contains two bunk beds with views to the rear - please note, the top bunk does have limited head height and is more suited for a child. This room also contains a small single bed, which is located below the eaves and is very restricted in terms of space (which is why Fellgarth is listed as sleeping eight or nine guests), so we recommend that guests view the photo of this bed before assigning a family member to it! The family bathroom on this floor has an over-bath electric shower.
The unenclosed sloping garden wraps around the cottage and features a picnic table. An outbuilding makes for a useful boot or drying room for wet and muddy gear. When driving to the cottage, cars can either be parked on the private layby just before the cottage or in the large open garage just beyond the property. There is space for parking 3 cars at the garage (2 inside the garage and 1 across the back of the parked cars). There is also a small layby on the left hand side before you reach Fellgarth; there is space for 2 guest cars in this layby - please note, enough space needs to be left for a third car to be parked here (this comes with the annex that isn't included with the cottage).