Wigton 2.3 miles.
An immaculately-presented semi-detached barn conversion, situated on a working farm in the quiet Cumbrian countryside, close to the village of Wigton.
Carefully appointed throughout to provide cosy accommodation, this Wigton cottage is ideal for families who wish to enjoy time together in one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
At this Wigton cottage, there are two ground floor bedrooms and a sitting room with a feature stone wall on the first floor.
The accommodation also includes a family shower room and a fitted kitchen with a dining area.
Outside this Wigton cottage is a front patio area with ample space for children to play in safety.
Set just to the north of the Lake District National Park, this cottage near Wigton offers easy access to the Lake District fells and the bustling town of Keswick.
Located in beautiful countryside, there are wonderful walks and bike rides through the fells and forests, and Whinlatter Forest Park has an exciting Go Ape adventure course, whilst for a more peaceful day you can head over to Derwentwater through Borrowdale, perfect for a peaceful picnic along the lake shore.
Whatever you end up doing, you can return to your lovely Wigton cottage for a relaxing evening and to plan another day's exciting adventures!
Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks. First floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. First floor sitting room with electric stove.
About the location
Carlisle 12 miles; Keswick 20 miles.
A traditional Cumbrian market town with a charter granted in 1262, which still holds a market each Friday in the covered market hall, along with an with an open air car boot sale. Wigton is a popular centre for shopping, pubs and restaurants, and also boasts a theatre, bowls, swimming, tennis and other sports. Lord Melvyn Bragg was a native of Wigton, and used the town (called Thurston in some of his writings) and the surrounding area as the setting for his novels including ‘A Time to Dance’. Located 18 miles from Penrith it is a good base for the attractions of the North Lakes, the cathedral city of Carlisle, 12 miles away, Keswick, just north Derwentwater and close to Lake Bassenthwaite, and the natural beauty of the West Cumbrian Coast. Hadrian’s Wall is within 25 miles, while the Scottish Borders, and Gretna Green, are within easy reach.