This spacious barn conversion is set in a peaceful location within easy reach of Lake Ullswater, Carlisle and the gateway to the lakes, Penrith.
Pheasant cottage is located in the tranquil rural setting of Edenhall and is set mainly on the ground floor.
It is the perfect place to stay for guests who are travelling with elderly relatives or those who may have difficulty with stairs.
It has five bedrooms including four doubles on the ground floor, three of which boast king-size beds.
There is a further double on the first floor with another king-size bed and the cottage also has an open plan lounge/dining area plus a well-equipped kitchen, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy a stay in this peaceful area.
As well as that, there is a large garden at the rear of the property, with a BBQ and garden furniture to allow a peaceful break in this lovely setting.
The property, formerly a working farm, now comprises three converted cottages.
There are spacious grounds, abundant with all manner of wildlife, while Pheasant Cottage also has spectacular views across the valley and there is a shared children's play area, perfect for keeping the young ones entertained.
Edenhall is just two miles from Penrith, a town which offers all amenities including supermarkets, shops, cafes and pubs and it's also the ideal spot from which to wander through the picturesque Eden Valley and to explore all that the Northern Lakes have to offer.
The area is a popular spot for cyclists who take advantage of quiet country lanes and coast-to-coast cycle routes.
It is just a 20-minute drive from the cottage to the pretty village of Pooley Bridge at the northern tip of the stunning Lake Ullswater.
This beautiful barn conversion is in a quiet, tranquil spot with some of the most breathtaking scenery in Northern England right on its doorstep, plus easy access to some of the jewels of the Lake District.
It really is the perfect getaway home all year round.
About the location
Keswick 17 miles; Carlisle 20 miles.
The bustling market town of Penrith, once the capital of Cumbria, enjoys a central position between the Lake District and North Pennines and is ideally placed for taking in all that the region has to offer. Renowned for its wealth of specialist shops, the sandstone buildings of Penrith hide intriguing yards, lanes and alleyways, with a myriad of attractive cottages, gardens and little shops. With a wide choice of excellent pubs, hotels, restaurants and entertainment, Penrith also offers a museum, and Millennium Trails round the historic city streets. Within easy reach of the town is Rheged – an innovative visitor centre with shops, restaurants, exhibitions and a giant cinema screen showing educational and informative films. Brougham Castle (The Windsor of the North), Long Meg and her daughters (the 3rd largest stone circle in England) and the historic city of Carlisle are all a short drive away, as is the stunning scenery of both the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales.