A refreshing, bright annexe attached to the owners' home in Brampton, Cumbria.
The living arrangements and comfortable, homely living areas make this cottage ideal for couples to come and enjoy this fantastic market town.
This cottage comes with a spacious open plan living area, it has stylish wooden flooring as well as a fresh, well-appointed kitchen, comfortable furniture and an electric fire placed in front of the TV to create the ultimate relaxing room.
The dining room is separate and creates a different, yet characterful vibe with period fixtures and fittings and a stunning fireplace.
The upstairs of St Martins House is under the vaulted roof, it contains a bright, crisp family bathroom along with two cosy, well-presented bedrooms with velux windows allowing the natural light to freshen the place up.
This cottage comes with a delightful back garden, a large, well-kept lawn with a pleasant patio and furniture to make a great little chilling spot on the warmer days.
Brampton is a fantastic market town with traditional buildings and a good range of shops and restaurants.
It is a fantastic base for discovering Cumbria and all it has to offer, the North Pennines and Northumberland National Park are both within easy reach for all of you outdoor people.
The stunning town of Carlisle is also nearby and offers a wide range of amenities and activities.
St. Martins House is a well-furnished cottage in a fantastic central location.
Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen and sitting area with an electric fire. Dining room.
About the location
Carlisle 10 miles.
The market town of Brampton is the ideal base for exploring Hadrian’s Wall. The town boasts a rich and colourful history going back to the Roman occupation, Border raiders from Scotland and the Jacobite uprisings, plus bonnie Prince Charlie established his headquarters in one of the old buildings in Brampton. In the centre of the town is Moot Hall, which was built in 1817, and now houses the Tourist Information Centre, and there is a large motte to the east of the town, which is 135 feet high and has the statue of the 7th Earl of Carlisle on it. A few miles outside Brampton is Talkin Tarn Country Park. It covers 120 acres of farmland and woodland, 65 of which make up the Tarn, a 10,000 year old glacial lake, fed by underwater springs. Two miles away is Gelt Woods, which is an ancient woodland and RSPB nature reserve and has the River Gelt running through it. Brampton is a wonderful base for exploring this historic and scenic area.