Rock How accommodation summary

Ground Floor

Living room
Dining room
Snug
Kitchen

First Floor

King size bedroom
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Family bathroom

Outside

Enclosed garden
Gated parking for up to two cars

Parking

There is parking for 2 cars on the drive. The drive is not suitable for low slung cars - parking can be found in the village 2 mins walk away (75 metres).

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)
A high chair is available
The house is heated by gas central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
2 dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £20.00 per dog
The cottage is non-smoking

Coal and logs provided throughout your stay
There is a standard pay phone at the cottage enabling incoming at outgoing calls
Christmas & New Year: A Christmas Tree and Christmas decorations will be provided for guests to enjoy
Two travel cots and a high chair are provided

General Description

Book a 2020 break before the end of this year, and get next year's holiday at 2019 prices! (Please note the prices already show the reduced rate)

Rock How is a charming semi-detached cottage in the much-loved village of Eskdale Green. Stone built and with a wealth of period features, it boasts three well appointed bedrooms, plenty of well thought-through socialising spaces, wonderful gardens and simply glorious views of the surrounding countryside. The owners have provided plenty of thoughtful touches to make the cottage a warm and comfortable haven you’re sure to want to visit again. 

On arrival at the front porch, guests enter into the welcoming tiled hallway where you’ll find a handy payphone. To the right is the delightful traditional living room with two comfy leather sofas arranged around an open fire and a television with Freeview and a DVD player for entertainment. The room is enhanced with some lovely local art and photography to inspire your adventures and a handsome grandfather clock to keep you on time. Back across the hallway you’ll find the stone flagged dining room with its dining set for six and a wonderful window seat to take in the magnificent view. There’s an electric fire to keep you cosy over long post dinner conversations and dressers with a great choice of books to keep you entertained.

In the rear of the house there’s the well-equipped kitchen. In here you’ll find a double oven with ceramic hobs, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, under-counter fridge and space-saver freezer. Lastly on the ground floor is the handy snug. Boasting a further TV with Freeview and DVD player it also has two comfy armchairs and a table football game to keep you amused. It’s a wonderful cosy space to escape and read a book or for teens and tweens to commandeer as their entertainment room.

Heading up the corner staircase past the lovely stained-glass window brings you to the bedrooms and bathroom. First to the gorgeous master bedroom which has a king size wooden bed frame, a wardrobe and dresser for storage, a decorative fireplace and, if you can tear yourself away from the beautiful view, a TV with Freeview. Next to the romantic double bedroom. This light filled room has a metal bedstead, and like the master bedroom, decorative fireplace, a wardrobe, dresser as well as a TV with Freeview. The twin bedroom looks out to the sloping lawn to the back of the house and has a dresser for storage and a TV with Freeview. Lastly to the wonderfully spacious bathroom. In here you’ll find an electric shower in a large enclosure as well as a beautiful Victorian-style clawfoot bath with shower attachment, the ideal place for soaking away tired fell-walking muscles.

The outside space is no less charming than the interior of the cottage. There’s a handy covered area immediately to the rear of the house where you can securely store bikes, a wonderful raised terrace with wooden bench for outdoor dining, alternatively take the stone stairs, hewn from local rock, to the rear garden where there’s a lawn, swing and bird feeders to attract feathery visitors from the forest behind the cottage. The gardens and parking area are enclosed by double five-bar gates. There’s parking space for two cars but please note that the drive is very short but fairly steep and so therefore unsuitable for low wheel-base cars. There is additional parking further up the road (75m from the house).