A refreshing cottage wrapped in fine detail, situated in the characterful village of Burgh by Sands.
This holiday retreat is perfect for couples wishing to enjoy a romantic adventure away from their busy lifestyle.
Enter inside to the open plan sitting area, home to comfortable sofa's and an ingle nook fireplace which houses a woodburner, so you can cosy up amongst the warm interior night after night.
Spacious and inviting, this room is laced with original beams and a feature alcove for a homely, yet light and airy feel.
The kitchen lies close by, neatly presented with sage units and wooden work tops, along with the essentials you need to prepare those home cooked meals from breakfast through to dinner.
A stairway rests in the corner of the room leading up to a mezzanine bedroom hosting a king-size bed with patterned bedding and an inglenook fireplace.
An ideal blend of traditional and modern features, this set up makes a delightful place to read your favourite book before drifting into a peaceful nights sleep.
Just off from this, a classic en-suite hosts a large walk in shower elevated by charming Victorian tiled flooring for an added effect.
The village of Burgh by Sands has plenty to explore, steeped in history, with charming houses, a village pub and the neighbouring delights of Longburgh and Boustead Hill.
This location promises a romantic getaway all year round.
One king-size double bedroom with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
BURGH BY SANDS
Longburgh 1 mile; Carlisle 1.5 miles.
Burgh by Sands rests in the City of Carlisle within the district of Cumbria. Laying close to the Solway Firth, this parish includes the villages of Longburgh, Dykesfield, Boustead Hill, Moorhouse and Thurstonfield. Burgh by Sands is home to a primary school, a pub and a post office. The coast from Burgh-by-Sands to Ravenglass is designated part of the Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site which passes through the village. Steeped in history, this charming location also hosts St Michaels Church and The Western Tower, thought to be of the 14th century. The neighbouring village of Boustead Hill, will take you past farms and charming houses whilst Thurstonfield holds an attractive small lake. There is plenty of monumental features in and around this charming location.