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£514-3093 per week, sleeps 4

High Rigg Garden Cottage

Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 9EA     Tel: 01244 352022

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High Rigg Garden Cottage is a beautifully decorated property that has a hot tub and wi-fi located in the village Faugh near to Brampton in the Lake District National Park, boasting two bedrooms comprising of a Master double bedroom with king size bed, seating area, TV, roll top bath, access to the balcony with hot tub and en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC.
and a twin bedroom with zip link beds which can be made up as a king size bed upon request (Please note if you require the beds linked together you must request this at the time of booking) and seating area leading to balcony. There is a luxurious family bathroom, this cottage can sleep four people in two bedrooms.


Two bedrooms: 1x master double which has a king-size bed, TV, seating area, a roll-top bath, plus an en-suite shower room, hand basin and a WC as well as access to balcony with hot tub. 1x twin bedroom complete with zip-link bed allowing it to be converted to king-size, plus TV,
seating area and balcony. Bathroom with a roll-top bath plus shower, hand-basin and a WC. Sitting room. Breakfast kitchen. Ground floor cloakroom with hand basin and WC.


Electric central heating. Wood-burning stove. Breakfast kitchen with electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and microwave. Utility room
housing washing machine and tumble dryer. TV and DVD player, Wi-Fi
included. Electric is included in rent. Bed linen and towels, as well as dressing gowns, are provided. There is also a toiletries welcome pack
provided on arrival. Private parking. Shared lawned gardens and seating
which overlooks the pond. Private decking as well as a balcony. Hot tub
available. Sorry, no pets. Highchair and cot available. Pub within walking distance.

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