Newlands Cottage accommodation summary
Open plan sitting room with kitchen and dining area
Double bedroom with en suite bathroom
Twin bedroom with en suite shower room
Seating area with wonderful views over the Newlands Valley fells
Bike and outdoor equipment storage (shared with other cottages)
There is space for 2 cars to park opposite the cottageOther Info
The beds will be made up for you, please remember to bring your own towels
The house is heated by oil fired central heating
2 dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £20.00 per dog
The cottage is non-smoking
The cottage will be decorated for the festive period
Newlands Cottage shares a drive with two other holiday cottages, Newlands Fell Cottage and Newlands Fell House, the latter being next door to the property.
Situated all on one level, Newlands Cottage is one of two apartments converted from former farm buildings retaining original stone facades and internal beams. Newlands Cottage is a ground floor apartment with 2 spacious bedrooms, 1 double with ensuite which has a bath, WC and basin and a further twin bedroom with en-suite which has a shower enclosure, WC and basin. Both bedrooms have wall mounted TVs in them.
The open plan living area is spacious with a well equipped kitchen which includes an electric oven with ceramic hob, washing machine, undercounter fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and plenty of storage space.
There is a comfortable lounge area with large 42inch widescreen TV and DVD player. There is also a table and chairs for dining which seats 4.
Outside the cottage is a seating area with stunning views across the Newlands Valley fells, ideal for a morning coffee or evening tipple as you watch the sunset.
Newlands Cottage is self contained and can be booked with the upstairs apartment to accommodate groups up to 8 people. There is also a storage room which is shared with guests at Newlands Fell House and Newlands Fell Cottage. Guests are welcome to store muddy boots and equipment as well as bikes and it is advised that guests bring their own bike locks.