A delightful detached Cumbrian longhouse, set around a traditional courtyard, next to the owners’ home in a peaceful rural location, four miles from the hamlet of Bewcastle and within reach of the market town of Brampton.
Ideal for a quiet getaway, this superb cottage has a wonderful outlook across pretty meadows, woodland and vibrant green rolling fields.
All ground floor, Black Lyne Lodge has a spacious kitchen/diner, with sleek units and a large, bright dining area.
The adjacent sitting room has deep red cosy sofas and a woodburning stove, perfect for curling up on after a long day out in the countryside.
Four comfortable bedrooms provide the perfect night’s sleep for all the family members, and to the rear of the cottage there is a delightful conservatory with comfortable chairs.
From the conservatory is a lawned garden and patio, what could be better than to bask in warm sunshine, with a drink whilst watching the local wildlife and the owner's menagerie including Angora rabbits, miniature horses, cats and dogs.
A short drive from your cottage will take you to Brampton with an array with pubs, wine bars, restaurants and supermarkets.
Locally, explore the ruins of Bewcastle and St Cuthbert’s Church with the 7th century Bewcastle Cross, or just soak up the delights of the countryside from your doorstep, where walking and cycling along the quiet lanes is simply a delight.
Nearby Kershope Forest, is great for horse riding and cycling, and avid cyclists can also take advantage of the Reivers Route, a 173 mile coast-to-coast cycle route.
Rock UK Whithaugh Park in Newcastleton, just ten miles away, offers a 300m zip wire, a challenging low ropes course, epic mountain biking, indoor swimming, kayaking and canoeing, gorge walking and abseiling, fencing and archery, making it a great day out for all the family.
For the avid explorers a trip to Kielder Forest is a must and the delights of the beautiful Solway Coast and Hadrian's Wall mustn’t be missed.
Alternatively, why not head north and discover the Dumfries and Galloway coastline, or the stunning Scottish Borders steeped in history?
With a wealth of exciting attractions to choose from, historic sites, interesting towns and forest parks, this wonderful cottage is perfect for a family get together in peaceful countryside.