Moss Cottage accommodation summary

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch
Sitting Room

First Floor

Two double bedrooms
Bathroom with bath and shower over


Enclosed rear garden
Pretty front garden
Chimernia and BBQ
Store for bikes
Patio furniture
Pagoda and sun loungers


There is on street parking for one car on a very quiet road directly outside the cottage.

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)
2 dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £20.00 per dog
The cottage is non-smoking

Initial supply of fuel for woodburner
The cottage will be decorated for stays over the festive period.

General Description

Moss Cottage is in the delightfully named village of Knock on the edge of the Pennines. This cosy cottage is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts with excellent walking and cycling in the area.

An entrance porch from the pretty front garden leads into the beamed sitting room with a wood burner and feature exposed stone wall. The initial supply of logs is provided. Back up heating is provided by a couple of oil filled radiators.

The wood burner heats the radiators and hot water. There is also an immersion heater for hot water.

A door leads through to the kitchen, fitted with pine units, a microwave, electric cooker, washing machine, fridge with small freezer, slow cooker, table and chairs. A door leads out to the garden and stairs go up to the bedrooms.

The main double bedroom features a walk in wardrobe and the second double bedroom has fabulous views across the rear garden and farmland to the Pennines. This bedroom also has a built in wardrobe.

There is a large bathroom with bath and shower over, shower taps, WC, washbasin and storage cupboard.

Outside, the rear garden has views to the Pennines. The garden is well equipped for enjoying the beautiful sunsets with a chimernia, BBQ, patio furniture, pagoda and sun loungers. There is a store for bikes, outdoor gear etc and direct access to the fells via a track at the back of the property. The garden is enclosed however there is a right of way for neighbours through two gates that are kept shut and used when required by the neighbours.