If you're looking for a slice of authentic Lake District life, you need look no further than Lowmoor Farmhouse. Set in the quiet rural landscape of the Northern Lake District with stunning open views toward Skiddaw and the Central fells, this large cottage accommodates eight and two well-behaved dogs. The house has many examples of original work by local designer/craftspeople. Some items from local makers can be purchased from a small show room as a memento of your visit.
7,500 native trees are planted on the land surrounding Lowmoor Farmhouse. There is a small wind turbine and photovoltaic panels that produce enough electricity to power three houses (they are hooked up to the national grid, so guests can rest assured that the flow of electricity to the cottage will be consistent). An automatic central biomass wood chip boiler provides central heating and hot water to the Farmhouse. Wood burning stoves in the snug and lounge add an extra level of comfort during cold winter months.
The cottage itself was built in the 1820s as a Cockermouth mill owner's house and has been sympathetically and creatively restored, retaining many of the original features. Handmade furniture and carvings, original artwork, a quirky games room and plenty of exposed beams culminate in making Lowmoor Farm a rich and unique Lakeland experience for inhabiting guests.