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£437-991 per week, sleeps 6

Stockwell Hall Cottage

Carlisle, CA5 7DY     Tel: 01244 352022


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Stockwell Hall Cottage is a stunningly renovated barn with outstanding views of the Lake District. It is able to sleep up to six people in two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom. A bathroom, with a roll top bath, and a shower room, along with a well-equipped kitchen, ensure you have everything you need for a comfortable family stay. The upstairs landing offers beautiful views over the countryside. Outside, there is a large garden where you can enjoy a family barbecue, and parking for three cars. Just a short walk to enjoy the stunning Lake District, Stockwell Hall Cottage is perfect for a family break, allowing you to enjoy everything this outstanding area of the country has to offer.

Accommodation

Over two floors. Two bedrooms on the ground floor: 1 x double bedroom, 1 x twin bedroom. First floor double bedroom, features exposed beams. Ground floor bathroom with classic roll top bath, WC, basin and heated towel rail. First floor shower room with WC and basin. Kitchen with dining area with seating for 6. First floor sitting room with electric wood effect burning stove.

Amenities

Biomass central heating. Electric oven with ceramic hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Digital TV, DVD player, radio with CD player and iPod docking station. Oil and electric included. 2 x Ground floor bedrooms Bed linen and towels included. Cot and highchair available. Off road parking for 3 cars. Heated outhouse for extra storage. Patio with lawned garden and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 2.5 miles,pub 0.5 miles. Suitable for couples and families only. Fresh flowers and a welcome tea tray on arrival.
 

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