Hazelrigg forms part of a delightful barn conversion in the heart of of the picturesque Eden Valley. The former milking parlour has been tastefully and sympathetically converted whilst retaining original features. The living area is all on one level with wide doorways, and a wet room. The light airy bedroom comfortably sleeps two people in a king-size bed. Soft towels are provided in the wet room.
Hazelrigg enjoys both morning and evening sun and has open views across the gardens towards the Pennines. The peaceful countryside location is in the heart of the Eden Valley yet only a short distance from Penrith, Ullswater and the North Lakes. The well equipped cottage is surrounded by well maintained gardens and is set around a cobbled courtyard shared with other holiday cottages.
From this elevated position between Kirkoswald and Renwick you can enjoy uninterrupted views across tranquil pastures and woodlands towards the hills of the Lake District and Pennines. Howscales was originally built as a working farm during the middle of the 17th Century. All the buildings here at Howscales are constructed using the local red Lazonby Sandstone, both for the walls and the traditional sandstone tiled roofs. Hazelrigg is an ideal base for enjoying all that the Eden Valley has to offer along with easy access to the Lakes, Pennines and Hadrian’s Wall.