Winder Green accommodation summary

Ground Floor

Entrance hall
King-size bedroom with en-suite shower room
King-size bedroom with French windows and en suite shower room
Two twin bedrooms
Family bathroom with bath, WC & wash basin
Utility area

First Floor

Open plan living/dining room
Kitchen

Outside

Sitting out area
Garden furniture
Barbecue available
Extensive shared grounds and gardens
Shared enclosed paddock for dogs


Parking

Designated parking. Can unload in front of cottage. There is parking for 9 cars in total for all the cottages.

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
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

Communal laundry and information room with washing machine and tumble dryer
Communal drying room with heated boot rack
Oil fired central heating
Welcome tray
There is an ironing board and iron in the cottage
Please note that we do ask that dogs are kept on a lead in the grounds at High Winder Cottages unless you are using the enclosed paddock
The owners are able to provide a bath towel and a hand towel for an extra charge of £5 per person to be paid to the owner on arrival
At Christmas the cottage is tastefully decorated inside and out.

General Description

Sleeping up to eight people in four well appointed bedrooms Winder Green is an ideal place to make the most of this tranquil area. With a large open-plan socialising area and plenty of shared outside space it makes the perfect place for a family holiday or gathering of friends. One of four properties at High Winder Cottages, which can be let together if required, it makes a welcoming and sociable environment in a stunning situation.

On arrival at the property guests enter into the main hallway which has been adorned with a large map of the area to help with the planning of your adventures. The bedrooms are all situated on the ground floor while the living and dining space is upstairs. The first twin room is to your right, this dual aspect room has lovely views down the valley and out to the gardens and a wardrobe and chest of drawers for storage. The cosy second twin has a built-in wardrobe and chest of drawers and a view to the gardens. The first of the king-size bedrooms has a large wardrobe with dressing table and drawers along with a handy en-suite shower room with a mixer shower. The second king-size room is a lovely light space with french doors leading out to the courtyard, perfect for opening and enjoying sunny morning cuppas while watching the birds come and go from the feeders outside. It also boasts an en-suite shower room with mixer shower and a wardrobe and chest of drawers for storage.

Also on the ground floor is a family bathroom (please note there is no shower in this room) and a utility cupboard which accommodates the washing machine and freezer. A dryer is available in the communal laundry room.

Moving upstairs to the gorgeous open-plan living space guests are greeted by a light open room with four windows framing amazing views. The decor is fresh and bright while the wooden floors and exposed beams add to the room's character. The kitchen area is well equipped with a built-in fan oven, four gas hobs, microwave, under counter fridge and dishwasher along with all the crockery and cookware you will require for your stay. Bordering the kitchen and living area is a dining table for eight, perfect for sociable meal preparation or just enjoying post dinner conversations about your day. The living room is fresh and comfortable with a large sofa and three armchairs arranged around an electric stove and TV with DVD player, there's also a radio and Ipod docking system for entertainment.

The outside space is an absolute treat with an outdoor seating area and benches for al fresco dining. There is a barbecue available to use and extensive shared grounds to run around. High Winder's elevated setting makes for glorious views of the surrounding countryside. Bring your binoculars to look down on the majestic ruins of Lowther Castle or over to the Pennines and Howgills. The owners have thoughtfully left plenty of feeders out for birds and squirrels making for a wonderful mixture of tame garden visitors, what a treat to sit outside on a sunny evening with a glass of wine sharing the surroundings with your neighbours and the visiting wildlife. There's even a shared paddock to let your dogs run free. What could be better?