A delightful, end-terrace, Lakeland cottage in the grounds of the Irton Hall Estate, a mile from the village of Santon Bridge, four miles from Wastwater.
Completed and finished to a very high standard, this elegant Lake District cottage provides first-class accommodation, ideal for a warm and cosy romantic retreat or for a family holiday amongst the finest countryside that Lakeland has to offer.
Features in this lovely Lake District cottage include an open plan living area with pellet woodburning stove, a well-equipped kitchen, a fabulous main bedroom with king-size bed and solid oak flooring throughout the ground floor.
This characterful Lake District cottage enjoys the full benefits of this peaceful parkland setting, which is located in a quiet, beautiful area of West Cumbria.
The high level walking and climbing available from the doorstep is unrivalled, and there is a vast variety of walks and climbs to suit all skill levels.
Add this to the fantastic bike trails available in the area, a nice bar in the neighbouring hotel, a welcoming local pub serving excellent food, a lovely local tea room, Muncaster Castle, an 18-hole golf course and miniature railway in nearby Eskdale and you have all the ingredients for a memorable Lake District cottage holiday whatever the time of year!
Note: This cottage is close to Ref. 3978, together they sleep 8.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with pellet woodburning stove.
About the location
Wasdale Head 5 miles.
Irton Hall is situated in the foothills of the Western fells, and sits amongst beautiful Lakeland countryside just a couple of miles from Santon Bridge and Eskdale Green. Irton Hall is steeped in history; both Oliver Cromwell and Henry VI found their way there. Within the grounds is a 1000 year old tree, The Kings Oak. Tradition has it that Henry VI arrived at Irton Hall and sought shelter; being refused by the then owner, Irton, a Yorkist, King Henry spent the night under the great oak in front of the hall, which still stands and is hence called 'The Kings Oak'. An area deemed beautiful by many Lakeland visitors, this great location boasts a skyline dominated by the towering peaks of Scafell - England's highest peak, as well as Great Gable, Hard Knott, Harter Fell and Muncaster Fell, whilst the nearby stunning valleys of Eskdale, Wasdale and Dunnerdale provide breathtaking, ever-changing scenery to be enjoyed throughout the year. Local attractions include Muncaster Castle, the World Owl Centre and the Ravenglass to Eskdale miniature railway, one of the most beautiful train journeys imaginable. Beautiful Wastwater - the deepest lake in the country and St Olaf's - the smallest church - are amongst the many well known landmarks in this awe inspiring and unspoilt area.