Turner How Cottage is a totally delightful house sleeping up to ten people and three dogs nestled in some of the most stunning scenery that the area has to offer. This place has absolutely bags of character while being supremely comfortable and well equipped.
The house was converted from an 18th Century barn built on ‘Turner How Rock’ and as such has some gorgeous original features such as exposed stone walls and beams. Not only that but the rock itself makes an appearance in the snug. It has five cosily furnished bedrooms with delightful views on to the surrounding countryside, a light airy orangery for watching the abundant bird life, and countless nooks and crannies to explore both in the house and out in the large garden. For those of you with four legged holiday makers with you this cottage offers their very own pooches pad, a perfect space to make their bedroom and equipped with a split stable style door. It also boasts its own gated lonning for stretching their legs. How’s about that for dog friendly!
Turner How Cottage sits in an enviable position close to crystal clear Crummock Water surrounded by Lakeland fells. From the house you can take a gentle potter through Lanthwaite Wood down to the lake or if you’re feeling energetic why not head up any of the surrounding peaks such as Whiteside, Grassmoor or Melbreak? The cottage is within easy reach of both Honister Slate Mine and Whinlatter Forest, both offering some wild adventures as well as interesting visitor experiences. Just 1.5 miles away is The Kirkstile Inn, a fantastic local pub producing wonderful home cooked food and real ales.
Turner How Cottage is really perfect for a gathering of family and friends in the heart of the unspoiled Lake District.