The Coach House sleeps two guests and sits in a beautiful position in the Longsleddale Valley within the Lake District National Park. Dating back to 1863, this delightful stone conversion was transformed into a holiday cottage in the 1960s and still retains lots of its former character and charm with exposed beams making lovely features.
Ideal for touring and outdoor activities, The Coach House has much appeal to those who enjoy climbing and walking or those seeking a tranquil place amongst beautiful scenery to simply relax.
Changing very little of the past few hundred years, the valley has farming as its main occupation and sheep can be seen grazing all around. The valley provides a tranquil setting with the River Spring meandering its way through and spectacular views over the surrounding countryside and hills - the perfect backdrop for long walks!
Entirely self-contained, The Coach House sits alongside the main house and has its own patio area and car-port. Guests are also welcome to use the main garden and BBQ.
Whether you are looking for a walking holiday, a relaxing break or want to explore the many attractions of the Lake District, The Coach House provides a welcoming retreat.
Jennifer Farmer joined Independent Cottages in October 2009
The Coach House is ideal for couples with accommodation split across two levels. The first floor afford superb views over the surrounding fields, woodland hills. The cottage is tastefully decorated with pictures and ornaments throughout to help provide a home-from-home atmosphere.
The accommodation comprises:
Additional information: Kendal is seven miles away with the pubs, restaurants, petrol station and shops for stocking up on provisions. Private filtered spring water supplies the cottage.
Star Rating: 3 Star
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