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Adults (Age 18+)
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Self-catering cottage in the Lake District

A fabulous self-catering cottage within a couple of minutes from the Park Cliffe site in the Lake District!

Modern and well-equipped self-catering holiday cottage

Our Lake District holiday home for hire boasts a modern interior and luxury home comforts to enjoy during your stay. The open plan lounge diner is finished to a high standard, with attractive furnishings and comfortable sofas to relax and unwind after a busy day. On chilly winter evenings, the lounge is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine in front of the wood burner, whilst watching the TV. There’s also a cosy snug area, where you can make use of a selection of books and children’s games.

The well-equipped kitchen contains everything you will need to cook up a storm during your self-catering holiday. The kitchen is light and bright, with granite work tops and a built-in fridge freezer. There’s a four-ring induction hob as well as combination and conventional oven. For your convenience the kitchen features a dish washer and washing machine.

3 spacious bedrooms

There are two single bedrooms on the ground floor each with plenty of storage and their own en suite shower rooms. The upstairs master bedroom has a number of roof windows, which allows natural light to flood the room. All the bedrooms boast black out blinds or curtains so you can enjoy a peaceful nights sleep. Across the landing there is an excellent size family bathroom with a shower above the bath.

Outdoor space

At the rear of the holiday cottage there is a large grassed area, where you can spend quality family time together. There’s plenty of space for the little ones to play ball games and enjoy spending time outdoors. There’s also a selection of outdoor furniture and a picnic bench, where you can enjoy your morning coffee or evening meal.

Good to know

  • Sleeps 4
  • Upstairs kingsize master bedroom and adjacent family bathroom
  • 2 ground floor single bedrooms with en suite shower & wc
  • Open plan contemporary kitchen, dining and lounge area
  • Snug with comfy sofa, books and children’s games
  • Washing machine & dishwasher
  • Smart TV
  • Cosy underfloor heating
  • Woodburner
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Large rear garden with outside furniture
  • Shared parking for 2 cars
  • Car charging by arrangement
  • Travel cot and highchair available
  • Easy access to children’s adventure play area on the caravan park
  • Welcome pack on arrival
  • Pet free

Booking information

  • Check availability and book online.
  • Telephone bookings are accepted using most debit/credit cards.
  • Bookings accepted from couples and families only. We reserve the right not to accept group bookings. Please ring the park direct.
  • Please see our full details of Park Rules and Booking Terms and Conditions. All bookings are made subject to both Park Rules and Booking Terms and Conditions.
  • Prices are based on weekly bookings with an arrival day of Saturday.

Please call us 015395 31344 for more details about our self catering cottage to rent in lake district.

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Are campfires allowed?
Are pets allowed?
Are you a camping or caravan park?
Can more than 4 people sleep in the holiday homes?
Do you allow pets on the park?
Do you have Wi-Fi?
Do you have electric hook up available for tents?
Is takeaway available?
What is in the private bathrooms?
What time do I have to leave the accommodation?
Are BBQ’s allowed?
Are dogs allowed in the pods?
Are pets allowed in the cottage?
Are pets allowed in the shepherd hut?
Are the static caravans child friendly?
Are there sockets available for my hair straighteners?
Can I book a private bathroom?
Can I come camping in 2020?
Can I freeze my ice packs on site?
Can I holiday in my tourer or motorhome in 2020?
Can I move permanently into my caravan holiday home?
Can I park my car next to the Shepherds hut?
Can I park my car next to the pod?
Can I park my car next to the tent?
Can I pre-book a table?
Can I rent my caravan or lodge out?
Can I store my van at Park Cliffe?
Can I walk to the lake from Park Cliffe?
Can finance be arranged for the purchase of caravans or lodges?
Can we get a refund if we leave early if the weather is bad?
Do I have to pay extra for the gas and electricity I use?
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Do you employ sales people?
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Is there electric available in the Shepherds hut?
I’m thinking of visiting the park to view the caravans for sale. Should I just call in?
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Will I be able to peg my awning out on the hard stand?
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