The Hayloft Redmain, Near Cockermouth, Lake District, Cumbria England
Exceptionally clean quality self-catering holiday accommodation in 17th Century barn, in North West Lake District, sleeps 2(+1)
See Photos and Description of Cottage Accommodation: The Hayloft, Redmain, Near Cockermouth, Lake District, Cumbria
Located in a peaceful rural hamlet three miles from the pleasant market town of Cockermouth and ten miles from both Keswick and the Solway Coast, with it's long sandy beaches and acing walks. Windermere and Ambleside are less than an hours drive away.
The Hayloft is equipped with fridge, microwave, washer/dryer, colour TV, Freeview, DVD/CD player, radio, electric and heating included, linen, blankets, duvets, towels and power shower over the bath. Sleeps two people plus baby. A small sofa bed, located in the lounge, can sleep a third person - this attracts an additional daily supplement of £8.
The Hayloft has its own private entrance door, with stairway leading to a large open plan living room with kitchen on one side. There is a bedroom with a double bed and room for a cot, if required. A separate bathroom provides a bath with a power shower over and a toilet. French doors look out directly to the gardens.
Free Unlimited Wifi Broadband access to stream music and television at 3Mbps.
Location: Redmain, Near Cockermouth, Lake District, Cumbria
Close by are some of the Western lakes most imposing fells - Skiddaw, Grassmoor, Red Pike, Highstyle and Grisedale Pike. The Western lakes include Bassenthwaite Lake with Sailing Club and Osprey view point, Loweswater for rowing and walking, Derwentwater for kayaking and boat rides and island hopping, Buttermere for walking and sheer beauty, Crummock Water and the jewel in the wild crown is Ennerdale, superb biking and walking and getting away from the crowds and home to the famous Pillar Rock and Steeple. If you don’t fancy walking the big hills take time to visit the Solway Coast, area of outstanding natural beauty, with long sandy beaches and beautiful views across the Solway Firth towards the Scottish Hills.
Ideally situated, this quiet hamlet forms part of the Allerdale Ramble near Bassenthwaite Lake, and the Coast to Coast (C2C) path is nearby. You can relax in the garden or amble along to the next village of Blindcrake admiring the valley scenery with the River Derwent below. Keswick is 8 miles away.
We can recommend some less daunting walks that still give spectacular views. Other activities nearby include horse riding, canoeing, sailing, Whinlatter Forest Park, golf, fishing, climbing and well-established biking routes to suit all abilities.
The Hayloft rental prices for 2017 £299 - £399
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A small sofa bed, located in the lounge, can sleep a third person - this attracts an additional daily supplement of £8
Please contact the owner to check availability of this holiday home.