Please note, except for very last minute bookings, arrival / departure days are Mondays and Fridays. If you're looking for other dates, try our Shepherd's hut or Studio apartment at Manesty.
Cocklety How Byre is part a 17th century converted barn that sits at the peaceful foot of Catbells, overlooking the fields, woods and fells of the Borrowdale valley. We built the Byre extension in 2000 with great care and attention and are really proud of the result! It's a beautiful cottage that blends the original stonework and beams of the old byre with a modern vaulted ceiling extension that curves along the contour of the fellside to make the most of the spectacular views. The cottage is extremely spacious and the fixtures and fitting are of a very high quality, with La-Z-Boy leather arm chairs, solid oak floors and a sound system. Treat yourself to some luxury!
The cottage is all on one level. The bedroom has a king size four poster 'pencil post' bed (just new before Chirstmas 2014, we haven't had a chance to take any photos of it yet!), fabulous views east and north, luxury 100% wool carpet, and big comfy cane rocking armchairs. There is a separate large walk in wardrobe/dressing room with window to the fell (plenty of space for a cot). The en suite bathroom/wc has a shower over the bath.
There is a lovely big oak fitted kitchen with dining area at the other end of the cottage from the bedroom. It has original exposed beams and stonework, a range style cooker, dishwasher and all the equipment you'll need to cook up a storm.
Between the kitchen and the bedroom is an open-plan living area, with solid oak floor and rugs, and a double height vaulted ceiling. You can relax after a walk in reclining leather armchairs and sofa. There's also the additional sofa bed for the third guest. The living room's French doors open onto the patio and the wonderful views across the valley of Borrowdale. If you get bored with the view (unlikely we think!) there's a 32″ flat screen TV with DVD player & free-sat TV and a sound system (ipod and mp3 player compatible).
At the back of the cottage is a utility room with sink, washing machine, drier and back door.
Please note: the bathroom/w.c. are en suite to the bedroom, so the thrid guest using the sofa bed has to go through the bedroom to use the bathroom.
Outside we've made a private fell garden behind the Byre with beautiful panoramic views and water feature. At the front, the patio & gravelled area outside front door look out across the valley. There's a choice of garden furniture including recliners, table and chairs. Parking for 2 cars by the cottage.
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