Newlands Fell Cottage accommodation summary
Open plan sitting room
Double bedroom with en suite
Twin bedroom with en suite
Bike and outdoor equipment storage (shared with other cottages)
Seating (shared with other cottages)
You can park outside the cottage at the top to unload all of your bags and then drive back down the hill about ten yards, turn right, and go over the cattle grid. There is parking just to the right after the cattle grid.Other 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
Newlands Fell Cottage shares a drive with two other holiday cottages: Newlands Cottage and Newlands Fell House, the latter being next door to the property.
The cottage will be decorated for the festive periodGeneral Description
Situated all on one level, Newlands Fell Cottage is an first floor apartment attached to a barn conversion on Newlands Pass. There is level access from the parking space via the entrance door to the open plan living area.
The door opens to the open plan living area with original beams and views across the valley. There is a well equipped kitchen that includes an electric oven with ceramic hob, undercounter fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and plenty of storage space.
The lounge is comfortably furnished with 42inch widescreen TV, leather sofas and a table and chairs for dining which seats four people.
On the same floor there are two bedrooms; a double with an en suite bathroom and a twin bedrooms with an en suite shower room. Both bedrooms have wall-mounted televisions with integrated DVD players.
Outside there is a parking space and a bench seat. Further parking is available in the main farmyard. Below there is a similarly sized cottage sleeping 4 people that can be let with Newlands Fell Cottage to sleep 8 people in the two units. There is also a storage room which is shared with guests at Newlands Fell House and Newlands 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.