Situated in the village of Blencarn, ten miles from Penrith is this pretty, cosy holiday cottage offering charming upside down accommodation with original beamed ceilings and painted stone walls.
Downstairs are two spacious bedrooms and a shower room, whilst upstairs is a bright, airy open plan living space where everyone can gather together and enjoy views over the garden and into the village.
Outside is an enclosed garden with both lawn and terraced areas, shared with the neighbouring property, where you can sit outside and enjoy the sunshine.
The village of Blencarn is located in Cumbria, between the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Lake District National Park.
Within reach is the town of Penrith which has a range of amenities and there's many activities, such as canoeing and climbing that can be enjoyed in the area.
Whitehall Cottage is great for walking and cycling, or just escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Note: This cottage can be booked with Ref. 942747, together they sleep 11.
Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Kirkland 1 mile; Culgaith 2.7 miles; Penrith 10 miles.
The quiet village of Blencarn is situated in Cumbria, between the North Pennines AONB and the Lake District National Park. Its name means ‘summit crag’, given for the presence of Cross Fell that looms over the village. Experienced hikers can enjoy wonderful views from its peak, of the surrounding region, and there are an abundance of circular walks for all abilities also in close proximity. As well as walking and cycling, Blencarn also has its own lake stocked with Rainbow Trout making it a great base for fly-fishing. The nearest pub is three miles away in the neighbouring village of Culgaith, whilst the bustling town of Penrith has a whole host of amenities just 10 miles away. Enjoy more fishing in the River Eden, as well as riverside walks, canoeing, cycling and climbing opportunities. Six miles away is the third largest stone circle in England, Long Meg and Her Daughters, an excellent afternoon out. A wonderful location for a holiday exploring Cumbria and the Lake District!