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Udford House in Brougham, Cumbria, North West England

Udford House, Brougham, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £443

Self catering accommodation in Brougham sleeps 6.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Easy Walking Access • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview:

Udford House details

This sandstone barn conversion sits in a secluded spot in Cumbria by the river Eamont. It is approached down a farm track, half a mile from the nearest house and five miles from Penrith and Junction 40 of the M6.

This luxury self catering holiday home offers stunning views of the Pennines and the river from the house and garden.

A perfect outdoor and fishing break, there are beautiful walks along the river bank, which is teeming with wildlife and a wealth of public footpaths throughout the estate. Excellent brown trout fishing is available along the four-mile stretch of the Eamont, which can be booked through the property owner.


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Wythburn Cottage in Greystoke, Cumbria, North West England

Wythburn Cottage, Greystoke, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £443

Self catering accommodation in Greystoke sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Romantic Breaks • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Cottage Sleeps

Accommodation overview:

Wythburn Cottage details

The secluded grounds of the family owned Grade 1 listed Blencowe Hall estate contain these three Grade 2 listed cottages which have been sensitively renovated to a high standard.

Close at hand is the Aira Force National Trust waterfall offering a great combination of a boulder strewn stream for the young at heart to paddle in, a tea shop and a scenic walk up to the peak of Gowbarrow Fell. The cottages are just over a mile from Greystoke Village (which has a lovely village shop, a traditional Lakeland pub, The Boot and Shoe, a heated swimming pool and Greystoke castle with its 3,000 acres of woodland grounds, with the deer park now open for country walks).

In addition to its own private garden, parking and seating areas around the property, also contained within the grounds of Blencowe Hall is a tributary of the River Petterill which has brown trout fishing. Other outdoor pursuits can easily be arranged including salmon fishing, clay pigeon shooting, pony trekking, sailboat hire and cycle tours along the popular C2C cycle route which passes through the village. The fantastic views over the Lakeland Hills and peaceful setting make these cottages ideal for walkers or guests seeking a "get away from it all" location from which they can enjoy the Lake District without being overrun by other visitors. The three properties here Cazenovia Hall, Riverain and Wythburn Cottages are less than four miles from the Lake District National Park.

Blencowe is easily accessible from the Penrith train station (three hours direct from Euston) and a 10 minute taxi ride. It is about four miles from Junction 40 of the M6. Other popular local attractions include Hutton in the Forest and its extensive grounds which are just a few miles away, Lowther Castle, and one of Alfred Wainwright's favourite walks in the Lake District which winds along just above the shores of Ullswater and forms a fantastic loop journey with a leg back along the famous Ullswater Steamers.

A private garden area and sandstone steps down to its front terrace give access to Wythburn's oak floored entrance hall and cathedral-ceilinged massive breakfasting kitchen. This unique conversion incorporates a first floor reception room with cast iron stove and a sandstone framed opening overlooking back down into the kitchen area.


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The Dovery in Sedbergh, Cumbria, North West England

The Dovery, Sedbergh, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 8
Weekly prices from £400

Self catering accommodation in Sedbergh sleeps 8.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Cottage Sleeps 8

Accommodation overview: Sedbergh is set to the West of the Yorkshire Dales National Park but is also close to the eastern fells of the Lake District, only 30 minutes drive from Windermere and is therefore ideal for exploring both areas of unspoilt and protected countryside. Sedbergh has a variety of narrow lanes and small clusters of old buildings including a 12th century Norman church (restored in 1886) and, overlooking the town, is the site of Castlehaw, an ancient motte and bailey castle. However Sedbergh has a new status, Book Town for England, and as such has a growing number of book shops, both new and second hand and is set to evolve over the coming months and years into a literary paradise.


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Waitby School in Waitby, Cumbria, North West England

Waitby School, Waitby, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 7
Weekly prices from £390

Self catering accommodation in Waitby sleeps 7.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks •

Accommodation overview: Waitby School was built on Waitby Fell in 1680 by James Highmore, a local to the area, for the children of Waitby and Smardale. About a mile and a half west of Kirkby Stephen, Waitby is said to have been an ancient market town, with a castle, chapel and cemetery, but no trace of either is now to be seen. However, the school remains, standing proud on the fellside and, having been purchased recently by another local family, has been lovingly restored, in conjunction with English Heritage, to offer luxurious holiday accommodation. The property stands alone and enjoys uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside, dotted with livestock and the occasional farmer and tractor at doin up time.


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Cazenovia Hall in near Greystoke, Cumbria, North West England

Cazenovia Hall, near Greystoke, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 8
Weekly prices from £582

Self catering accommodation in near Greystoke sleeps 8.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Romantic Breaks • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Eas

Accommodation overview:

Cazenovia Hall details

Cazenovia Hall is a holiday home within the secluded grounds of the family owned Grade I listed Blencowe Hall. Sensitively renovated to a high standard, Cazenovia Hall is a 5 Star Gold Award winning light and airy four bedroom traditional stone built barn dating back to 1726. It has views up over the nearby hills and its secluded south facing sandstone terraces are a marvellous place to wind down after a day out exploring in the Lake District.

Blencowe is situated on the edge of the Lake District, about seven miles from Ullswater. Close at hand is the Aira Force National Trust waterfall offering a great combination of a boulder strewn stream for the young at heart to paddle in, a tea shop and a scenic walk up to the peak of Gowbarrow Fell. The property is just over a mile from Greystoke Village which has a lovely village shop, a traditional Lakeland pub, the Boot and Shoe, a heated swimming pool and Greystoke castle with its 3,000 acres of woodland grounds, with the deer park now open for country walks.

In addition to its own private garden, parking and seating areas around the property, also contained within the grounds of Blencowe Hall is a tributary of the River Petteril which has brown trout fishing. Other outdoor pursuits can easily be arranged including salmon fishing, clay pigeon shooting, pony trekking, sailboat hire and cycle tours along the popular C2C cycle route which passes through the village. The fantastic views over the Lakeland Hills and peaceful setting make Cazenovia Hall ideal for walkers or guests seeking a "get away from it all" location from which they can enjoy the Lake District without being overrun by other visitors.
Other popular local attractions include Hutton in the Forest and its extensive grounds which are just a few miles away, Lowther Castle, and one of Alfred Wainwright's favourite walks in the Lake District which winds along just above the shores of Ullswater and forms a fantastic loop journey with a leg back along the famous Ullswater Steamers.
There are two other properties in the grounds of Blencowe Hall, Riverain and Wythburn Cottage, both accommodating six guests.

Blencowe is easily accessible from the Penrith train station (three hours direct from Euston) and a 10 minute taxi ride. It is about four miles from Junction 40 of the M6.


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Jennys Croft in Glassonby, Cumbria, North West England

Jennys Croft, Glassonby, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £372

Self catering accommodation in Glassonby sleeps 4.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Romantic Breaks • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Acces

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Jenny's Croft details

Jenny's Croft is a 4 Star Gold Award winning restoration of a Grade II listed traditional barn located in the quiet hamlet of Glassonby in the middle of the Eden Valley. Views over the rolling hills of the Valley are the main feature of Jenny's Croft and its private entrance, parking area and outlook make the best of this.

The recent renovation of Jenny's Croft, Elk Cottage and Glassonby Old Hall dating back to the 1600s, bring these 4 and 5 Star Gold Award winning barns and traditional Cumbrian long house back into habitation for the first time since 1764. They retain many of their original features including old ship timber oak beams, oak mullion windows, flagged stone floors, open fireplaces, stone staircases, stone walls, arched openings, original old fashioned door heights (some low) and terraced gardens and fields. All three properties are furnished throughout with antiques and incorporate solar hot water heating.

Though Jenny's Croft is no longer part of a working farm, its position on one of the higher hills in the Eden Valley gives its gardens amazing views towards the Pennines and the rolling countryside that has seen this area in Cumbria declared one of the UK's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

There are some great walks starting from the front door of Jenny's Croft including a walk along from Dale Raven along the banks of the River Eden, a walk to Lacey's Caves along the Eden River, a walk to the Long Meg Stone Circle (the second largest in England) and to the charming nearby Cumbrian village of Melmerby, where the nationally acclaimed organic Village Bakery and the Shepherd's Inn Pub provide great food and local beers (Dorris' 90th Birthday ale is highly recommended).

There is a village shop 1.5 miles from Glassonby, in Kirkoswald which also has two local pubs.


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Dales View in Sedbergh, Cumbria, North West England

Dales View, Sedbergh, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £250

Self catering accommodation in Sedbergh sleeps 4.

Features include: • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Short Breaks • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Dales View occupies an enviable position on the fellside, enjoying uninterrupted vistas of this beautiful part of the world. A mere 1 mile from Sedbergh, just inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park and only 20 minutes drive from the Lake District National Park, the property has magnificent views over the Howgill Fells and open countryside and farmland. Dales View was created from a redundant farm building and now offers excellent, high quality facilities with many retained characterful features including a mix of slate and solid oak floors. It really is the ideal place to get away from it all with the opportunity to enjoy the famous Dalesway walk.


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Glassonby Old Hall in Glassonby, Cumbria, North West England

Glassonby Old Hall, Glassonby, Cumbria, North West England

Sleeps 8
Weekly prices from £658

Self catering accommodation in Glassonby sleeps 8.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Romantic Breaks • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Acces

Accommodation overview:

Glassonby Old Hall details

Glassonby Old Hall is a Grade II listed, 5 Star Gold Award winning traditional long house. It is one of three luxury retreats in Glassonby, Cumbria, the other two properties being Elk Cottage (CU041) and Jenny's Croft (CU042) which adjoin Glassonby Old Hall, all three properties dating back to the 1600's. The recent renovation brings the Cumbrian retreats back into habitation for the first time since 1764. These holiday cottages retain many of their original features including old ship timber oak beams, oak mullion windows, flagged stone floors, open fires and stone staircases. All three properties are furnished throughout with antiques and incorporate solar water heating.

Though Hall Farm is no longer a working farm, its position on one of the higher hills in the Eden Valley gives it amazing views towards the Pennines and the rolling countryside that has seen this area in Cumbria declared one of the UK's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Glassonby is located about nine miles from Junction 40 off of the M6 and is easily reached by taxi from the station in the historic market town of Penrith (three hours train journey time from London).

Glassonby Old Hall is in an ideal location for an outdoor break in Cumbria, with numerous walks nearby leading to Lacey's Caves along the Eden River, to the Long Meg Stone Circle (the second largest in England) and to the charming nearby Cumbrian village of Melmerby, where the nationally acclaimed organic Village Bakery and the Shepherd's Inn Pub provide great food and local beers (Dorris' 90th Birthday ale is highly recommended). There is a village shop 1.5 miles from Glassonby, in Kirkoswald which also has two local pubs. Bicycles, locks and helmets are available for hire on site. Cycling route maps are provided and Glassonby is located along the popular C2C cycle route as well as having many quiet lanes in the local area which are ideal for cyclists.

The Cumbrian hamlet of Glassonby is eight miles from Ullswater, one of England's most beautiful lakes, where there are steam cruises from Pooley Bridge to Glenridding, fabulous hikes up Helvellyn, chances to walk and paddle in the National Trust Aira Force Waterfall, pony treks from Rookin House Farm and canoes and sailboats available to hire from the Glenridding Sailing Centre. When done playing in the Lake District National Park, visitors can enjoy a leisurely meal on the shoreline of Lake Ullswater at the Sharrow Bay Hotel, which serves award-winning cuisine.


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