Coombs View is a lovely three-bedroom cottage with beautiful views in the village of Armathwaite in the Eden Valley.
The property has a very high standard of finish with a large sitting room area presenting a beautiful inglenook fireplace, drawing focus into the room, with its aesthetically pleasing exposed stone wall behind.
An archway interlinks the open, spacious living room that features a grand Liberace piano and extra comfy sofa to sink into.
Sit here surrounded by classic, antique furnishings and enjoy a musical afternoon together with the family.
Keep yourselves cosy and warm by the woodburner or head to the open-plan kitchen/ diner and sit by the toasty Range cooker while you enjoy an evening meal.
Even the utility room features a woodburning stove so you won't be feeling a chill during your stay.
Upstairs there are three lovely bedrooms, one featuring a grand double four-poster bed with wooden detailing and curtains that wrap around, leaving you heading to bed feeling like royalty.
There are Velux windows in the bathroom and in the smallest of the three double rooms, letting in lots of light in the day and views of the stars at night.
Outside there is a courtyard area and parking is nearby in a securely gated complex.
This is a very dog friendly cottage with luxury kennels offering doggy day care, a grooming parlour, canine hydrotherapy and a pet bereavement facility on site.
The 7-acre site, off a quiet country lane, offers a secure dog exercise paddock including a nature pond and park benches.
There are further meadows to which access is available and, dependent upon the time of year, may have sheep grazing.
A selection of domestic poultry – chickens, geese, ducks, guinea fowl, pea fowl – wander around free range.
Wild rabbits are also prevalent at dusk and dawn.
The site is next to a diary farm and, except the winter months, the cows can be seen coming in to be milked and returning to the field afterwards.
The village of Armathwaite has two good pubs and there are access walks in the surrounding countryside.
Penrith and the Lake District National Park are less than 10 miles away providing plenty of walking and cycling trails, rugged mountains and historic literary associations.
Cumbria is a beautiful rural county for Carlisle to rest in, featuring the grand 12th century Carlisle Castle, Tullie House and Carlisle Cathedral.
A delightful property situated in a popular holiday location.