Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Brandlingill Cottages are farm house, barn converted cottages sleeping six people in one double bedroom and two twin bedrooms.
These former barn conversion cottages sleep six people in one double bedroom and two twin bedrooms. The cottages are located just a few miles outside of the popular market town of Cockermouth and are surrounded by beautiful Cumbrian Countryside. The cottages have private parking to the front in the courtyard area and are equipped with everything which you would need in a self catering holiday cottage.
Cockermouth is a popular market town, which dates back to medieval times however the main period of growth for the town was during the Georgian period of the early eighteenth century. The town plays host to a number of popular attractions, including the various art galleries, pubs and restaurants and other attractions, including Wordsworth House (the birthplace of poet William Wordsworth). The location of the cottages allows you to take advantage of this spectacular region. You can walk, cycle and splash about in the stunning Lake District to your heart's content. With more than 3,500 kilometres of rights of way and 12 of the largest lakes in England, there's something for everyone! Also located close by is the picturesque village of Loweswater; a small hamlet located between the lakes Loweswater and Crummock Water.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
Lounge: The lounge has comfortable sofa seating, coffee table and television.
Kitchen and Dining Room: The fully fitted kitchen is complete with cooker and oven, fridge-freezer, microwave and washer/dryer. The large farm house dining table has seating for six.
Shower Room: With shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin.
Entrance Area: With hangers for coats and storage of walking boots and shoes. The wooden spiral staircase leads to the first floor.
Double Bedroom: Double bedroom with wooden floor, double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Twin Bedroom One: Twin bedroom with two full-sized single beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Twin Bedroom Two: The second twin bedroom has two single beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Bathroom: The upstairs bathroom has bath with shower over, toilet and wash basin.
Pets welcome (by arrangement only) in one of these cottages while the other cottage remains exclusively pet free (there is a small charge for pets). For more information please call us on 0845 468 0936.
All bed linen, towels and fuel are included. Cot and High Chair are available upon request.
The Cumbria/Lake District
Cumbria is home to the Lake District, also known as the Lakes or Lakeland is world renowned for the beautiful lakes and mountains (or fells). The Lake District is home to the highest mountain in England: Scafell Pike measuring 978m (3210 ft).
The National Park was founded in 1951 to offer protection to the well known beauty spots and landscape that has provided inspiration to generations of artists' writers and musicians.
From a stroll around Buttermere to a climb to the highest peak a holiday in the English lakes provides exercise for the body and relaxation for the mind.
Market towns such as Keswick and Cockermouth give the opportunity to sample the delights of Cumbrian fare many establishments now source their ingredients from local producers.
Whilst areas like Bowness on Windermere and Ambleside are extremely popular other less commercial locations like the Solway Coast and Allonby give you space and quiet with the vast open shingle beaches the majestic beauty of the Solway.
A Cumbrian Cottage holiday booked through Stay Lakeland assures you of quality and value we have a unique selection of accommodations from simple Holiday home caravans to stunning timber lodges plus a range of cottages in and around this beautiful part of the country.
Set at the confluence of the rivers Cocker and Derwent, Cockermouth is a quaint market town, which although dates back to medieval era the main period of growth was during the Georgian period of the early eighteenth century.
The town is eight miles north-west of Keswick hosts a number galleries, river walks and places of historical interest. Cockermouth is the birth place of poet William Wordsworth.
This gem of a town with ample galleries, river walks and historic Cockermouth Castle. Lots of pubs, specialist shopping and restaurants. Close to Bassenthwaite Lake there are so many other things to do and see in Cockermouth, making it the perfect family location. Cockermouth also does not suffer overcrowding of some of the more central Lake District towns.
An interesting way to explore the town is the Cockermouth Trail. The trail takes you around a fascinating walk through the town’s history, exploring nineteen of the famous landmarks and some lesser known landmarks of the town. Maps can be obtained from the Tourist Information Center.
The River Derwent flows behind the Main Street and Wordsworth House. There are pleasant footpaths and seats along the banks of the make for a delightful walk along the river. There is also a large car park next to the river with access into the Memorial Gardens and over the bridge into the Main Street. The river can be flowed into the brewery and then into Market Place.
In addition to the galleries and places of historical interest the town has a range of traditional stores and some more popular national stores. The town also has a large number of bars and restaurants, many of which are located on the newly re-developed Market Place and Main Street.
As the main period of growth for Cockermouth was during the Georgian period much of the road layout and buildings were developed during this time; with a great number of buildings retaining their original features, each year to celebrate the Gorgian influence, the town holds a Georgian Fair.
Cockermouth has a number of popular visitor attractions such as: Wordsworth House, The Sheep and Wool Centre, the Castlegate House Gallery, the Kirkgate Centre and Jennings Brewery; which produces 'real ale' and has been located in the town centre since 1828. Visitors can also take a guided tour of the brewing facilities and discover more information about this 175 year old process and even sample and take home the finished product from their on-site shop.
All of this makes Cockermouth the ideal place for both a quite and relaxing break and a hectic sight-seeing holiday.