The Wash House

Availability

£420 £385 - £640

Area:
Barbon
Sleeps:
2
Bedrooms:
1
Changeover:
Friday
Pets Allowed?:
3
Garden:
enclosed
Fire type:
none
WiFi:
Yes
Nearest Pub:
5 minute walk

The Wash House is a charming cottage for 2 people and 3 dogs to enjoy a wonderful break away in the peaceful Dales village of Barbon. With parts dating from the early 17th century, The Wash House is full of character, from original exposed beams to feature vaulted ceilings. Light, bright and spacious, the dining kitchen is well equipped with all the modern conveniences you could need whilst still retaining a delightful country feel. The lovely living room is the perfect place to relax after a day out exploring. You'll feel instantly relaxed in the cosy king size bedroom and the modern bathroom comes complete with a shower over the bath so all tastes are catered for. Outdoor furniture means you can make the most of those sunny days by enjoying drinks and nibbles al fresco in the courtyard garden.

Barbon is a charming Dales village. Peaceful yet with its own famous village store, The Churchmouse, and cosy local pub, The Barbon Inn, you've got the best of both worlds here. Stock up on supplies from the village store and head off on foot to find a picturesque spot for a picnic - there are plenty of footpaths and country roads to explore. Around 3 miles away is the beautiful market town of Kirkby Lonsdale. Here you'll find a great choice of independent shops, cafes and restaurants making it the perfect destination for a day out. Head to nearby Ingleton where you can enjoy the popular Waterfalls Trail or visit the stunning White Scar Caves .

If you fancy heading further afield, there's so much to see and do. Why not spend the day exploring Bowness and Windermere? A walk up to Orrest Head and onwards to Brant Fell will reward you with some of the most stunning panoramic views; enjoy a cruise around Windermere to enjoy the water from a different perspective and be sure to finish the day off with fish and chips by the lake. Bookworms will rejoice at a trip to Sedbergh, England's Book Town, whilst fans of real ale will love a visit to Dent Brewery, one of the most remote in Britain.