This stone terraced cottage lies within a courtyard of similar properties in the Cumbrian village of Newby.
Stonegarth Cottage is a four bedroom refurbishment adjacent to the owner’s home and offers a peaceful location from which to base a family holiday and exploration of the Lake District and the North Pennines.
The open plan kitchen has all you need to conjure up a masterpiece, with a dining area alongside.
If your family can’t make up their minds as to whether or not to watch TV, there are two sitting rooms to choose from, keeping all satisfied.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms to choose from.
The master bedroom is a double with its own en-suite, while the rest of the family can share a twin and two singles.
Stonegarth Cottage shares a courtyard space with four other cottages, but that doesn’t mean there’s no outside space.
A large dining set on your own terrace satisfies any al fresco dining desires.
Newby is a small village, but less than a mile up the road is its fellow parish village of Morland, where you can sample the delights of the local inn.
The location is an ideal one as it gives holidaymakers a choice as to which area of natural beauty to explore.
Activities abound with the North Pennines offering some wonderful walks to the east, while Ullswater and the delights of the Lake District are only twelve miles to the west.
Ideally positioned to make the most of the beautiful countryside of both the Lake District and the North Pennines, Stonegarth Cottage makes the perfect base for a family holiday to Cumbria.
Four bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x twin and 2 x singles. Family bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Separate utility room. Two sitting rooms.
About the location
Appleby 8 miles; Penrith 8 miles.
The charming old village of Newby sits in a secluded location in the Eden Valley, between the northern Pennines and the Lake District. Newby, with its better-known neighbours of Appleby and Penrith, is surrounded by lovely rolling landscapes and is often described as having a special, unchanging beauty. The village itself is surrounded by open fields, supporting cattle, sheep and horses. The nearby market town of Penrith offers a good selection of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, a cinema and swimming baths. Why not visit the Rheged Discovery Centre in Penrith, or nearby Lowther Castle Gardens and Bird of Prey Centre? Ullswater, with frequent cruises from Pooley Bridge, is eight miles away or you may like to visit Appleby, famous for its annual horse fair and a stop on the Settle-Carlisle railway. This is an ideal holiday location.