Set in a former 17th-century coach house, this ground floor apartment is the perfect cumbrian cottage from which to explore the countryside.
Situated just four miles from Silloth, a beautiful, well-kept courtyard welcomes you to this unique property, sympathetically positioned on the owners working farm.
If you are a couple looking for a romantic getaway or a family on the hunt for a cosy home away from home, this property offers many delights, such as rustic stone walls, exposed beams, and a bakery and tea room on site with homemade cakes.
There is spacious accommodation comprising of a modern, well-equipped kitchen that is ideal for cooking breakfast lunch or dinner, and the comfortable lounge comes with a TV, DVD player and wood burning effect fire, perfect for restful nights in.
Heading to the bedrooms, you will find a double bedroom, featuring an exposed stone corner and plenty of storage, and light and airy twin bedroom.
Both boast fully fitted en-suites.
Outside, plenty of lush, green space surrounds The Coach House.
There is a garden area with donkeys and hens and the open courtyard, shared by the guests, has plenty of seating and you can even use the barbecue!
Bikes are available for your use too, ideal for exploring the local area.
If you wish to explore more, The Coach House is located only 4 miles from the Victorian seaside town of Silloth, noted for thirty-six acres of grassy open space simply known as "The Green".
The picturesque town offers shopping, an award-winning eighteen hole golf course and an abundance of dining made up of bars and restaurants.
Further afield, but only a short drive away is the Western Lake District and the Scottish Borders where you can walk, hike or find numerous outdoor activities to take part in, notably gorge walking and sailing.
Along the coast is Maryport with its Maritime Museum and lighthouse, and more inland you will find the bustling city of Carlisle.
Charming and idyllic, The Coach House is the perfect rural retreat for your Cumbrian adventures.