A delightful stone-built, detached cottage situated within the grounds of the owners' home, in the small village of Winskill, seven miles from Penrith.
Lovingly restored and individually styled, this Penrith cottage has been transformed from a former farm building to provide a perfect base for couples on a romantic retreat or for the single traveller.
Full of character and charm, this single-storey Penrith cottage offers an open plan living area with small sitting area and cosy woodburner, a dining area and a well-equipped kitchen.
Adjoining the living area and completing the accommodation at this Cumbrian cottage is a delightful double bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Outside this Penrith cottage is a patio area with furniture, plus the area provides an array of interesting walks, excellent cycling and good touring opportunities.
The market town of Penrith has a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a swimming pool and cinema, and further afield is the Lake District National Park.
Close to this Winskill cottage lies the C2C Cycle Route and the Hartside Summit Stage of the 2015 Tour of Britain, whilst a short drive away are Appleby, Keswick and the magnificent lakes of Ullswater and Haweswater.
This lovely Penrith cottage is an ideal base for discovering this lovely area of the Eden Valley.
All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
Penrith 7 miles.
The attractive, unspoilt rural village of Winskill is situated in the Eden Valley and is ideally placed for exploring the Lake District and the North Pennines (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Winskill is made up of a scattering of dwellings and old farmhouses and is near to the famous Coast to Coast Cycle Route. The River Eden runs nearby and the area is renowned for its excellent trout and salmon fishing, along with walking, cycling, canoeing and climbing. The Eden Gorge, between Lazonby and Armathwaite, is one of Cumbria's best-kept secrets, and is well worth exploring, plus the local railway station is a stop on the Settle-to-Carlisle Railway, which is one of the most beautiful railway journeys in Britain. Within easy reach is Rheged, which provides an innovative visitor centre with shops, restaurants, exhibitions and a giant cinema, whilst Brougham Castle, Long Meg and her daughters (the 3rd largest stone circle in England), Hadrian's Wall and the historic city of Carlisle are all a short drive away. Visit Alston, the highest market town in England, or take a day trip to discover the stunning scenery of both the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks.
Note: Seven night bookings can only be taken from Friday to Friday.