- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
4 Customer Reviews
"Cranesbill was very nice."
but we have a 3 legged dog and she could not climb the stairs so we had to take her to the field gate behind and take her into the kitchen that way. The internet connection stopped us getting onto certain sites, so poor on that count. Overall stay was good and would use Cranesbill Barn again
"Lovely quirky cottage and well based for surrounding areas."
Could do with a bit of updating and although the beds/towels were spotless the place could of done with a decent cleaning. Adequate crockery/cutlery and utensils but the shower desperately needs a slip mat, actually slipped a couple times but luckily no real damage done. Also feel that you need to pop an outdoor light at the front entrance. Arriving back after dark we both nearly broke our necks on the front garden. Which brings me to the subject of the gardens. They really do need some TLC, even if the weather had been perfect we couldn't of used it because it is so overgrown!!!!. Otherwise we enjoyed our break away. Also the overwhelming smell of the heating oil/diesel fumes is very bad. Maybe the boiler needs looking at.
"We contacted the office in person on Monday after arrival due to some issues we were having."
Tye office promised to come back to us once they had contacted the owner. The next day we received an email to say that they had not yet contacted the owner and we would here in due course. A week later, having left the property, we are still waiting for someone to contact us even after we returned an email to you!! We came into the Keswick office on the Thursday and a very nice lady by the name of Emma Taylor promised to raise a case for us to enable our concerns to be heard
"The back garden desperately needed some work doing, even just cutting the grass!"
In the utility room, there was a terrible smell of gas whenever the boiler was on. We shut the door and opened the window which made it OK, but I'm pretty sure it needs looking at. Otherwise the cottage was comfortable and had all we needed for a relaxing break.
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This property is part of the Lakelovers collection.
We have properties to suit every occasion throughout the southern and central Lake District including; Ambleside Cottages, Bowness Cottages, Coniston Cottages, Grasmere Cottages, Hawkshead Cottages, Lakeside Cottages, Langdale Cottages, Troutbeck Cottages, Ulswater Cottages, Windermere Cottages and smaller hamlets between, which although seldom heard of are none the less equally wonderful. With hundreds of properties available, all of which are inspected and graded by the English Tourism Council, Lakelovers are sure to have a property to meet your needs.
- Three ground-floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x single, 1 x twin
- Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
- Ground-floor cloakroom/utility with basin and WC
- First-floor kitchen/diner
- First-floor sitting room with woodburning stove
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher
- Freeview TV and WiFi
- Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Highchair and travel cot available on request
- Private parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed rear garden with lawn and furniture
- One well-behaved dog welcome (charges apply)
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 5.6 miles, pub 1.2 miles, lake 0.1 miles
- Note: Check-in from 4pm, check-out by 10am
Kirkby Stephen 5.9 miles.
Resting in the quaint, Cumbrian village of Newbiggin-on-Lune, near neighbouring Kirkby Stephen, lies the charming, three-bedroom holiday home of Cranesbill Barn.
A terraced barn conversion brimming with rustic charm, boasting private parking and an enclosed lawned garden, this delightful home makes an ideal base for a family or group of sharing friends seeking a relaxing, rural escape in the Lake District National Park.
Park up, unpack, and make yourself at home in your lovely new lodgings, where you'll find a collection of well-appointed living spaces located on the first-floor.
A fully-equipped kitchen houses all the appliances the chosen chef needs to prepare a delicious, home-cooked dinner, whilst a dining table invites you and your loved ones to savour your meals as a group whilst you catch up on the day's events.
When it's time to relax, head up a small flight of stairs to access the sitting room, complete with a TV, sofa, armchairs, and a tasteful, exposed stone, inglenook fireplace that contains a woodburning stove.
When sleep calls, head downstairs to refresh with a shower before you hunker down for a well-earned rest in one of the three inviting bedrooms.
When you're ready, slip your shoes on and explore what your local area has in store.
The King's Head, the nearest pub, lies just a short drive east in Ravenstonedale, whilst you can head north into the market town of Kirkby Stephen to stock up on homely essentials at Co-Op.
Whilst you're in the town, be sure to stop by the marvellous Podgill Viaduct, or enjoy a tranquil walk along the banks of the River Eden.
For a full day out, hop in the car and venture into the magnificent Yorkshire Dales National Park, where you'll find the noteworthy landmarks and attractions of Stenkrith Park, East Gill Force, Gastack Beck Waterfall, and Malham Cove.
Make your next stay in Cumbria unforgettable by booking Cranesbill Barn.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.
About the location
- Appleby-in-Westmorland 12 miles
- Sedbergh 13 miles
- Barnard Castle 21 miles
- Penrith 22 miles
- Reeth 22 miles
- Kendal 23 miles
- Middleton-in-Teesdale 27 miles
- Ullswater Lake 35 miles
The old market town of Kirkby Stephen lies at the foot of the Howgill Fells in the upper Eden Valley, between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. The traditional market town hosts a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs for every taste and budget. A delightful rural town with a thriving local community and many traditional old dwellings, Kirkby Stephen boasts cobbled old yards, quaint corners and a pretty picnic area where “Frank’s Bridge” crosses the River Eden, while just a mile from the town, the old railway station connects to the magnificent Settle-Carlisle Railway line, a must-do travel experience for everyone. Enjoy many excellent walks and cycle routes nearby, particularly the route of the old Darlington to Tebay train line over two magnificent viaducts, and visit the gothic gorge where the River Eden flows through wooded Stenkrith park. Explore the wonderful Howgill Fells or visit the majestic Pendragon Castle and Brough Castle. A superb location with the whole of the mystical Lake District National Park, the stunning Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines AONB at your fingertips.
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