5 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
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£2745-15217 per week, sleeps 16

High View Barn

Sedbergh, LA6 2NF     Tel: 01244 352022


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High View Barn is a wonderful stone cottage situated on the outskirts of Middleton, Cumbria. On the ground-floor, the property hosts a king-size with a sofa bed and a family room with four singles, served by two en-suite shower rooms. The first-floor provides four super-king-size beds, one with zip/link features and a sofa bed and served by three en-suite shower room and an en-suite bathroom, able to sleep a total of eighteen guests. Discover a mezzanine games room and a private sauna. Downstairs provides an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove, as well as a utility area. Outside has an enclosed lawn, patio and gravelled garden with furniture and large hot tub, as well as ample off-road parking. High View Barn is a delightful choice for a rural-based holiday to this picturesque area of Cumbria.

Accommodation

Ground floor: Bedroom 1 - 1x king bed with sofa bed & en suite wet room with shower, basin and WC. Bedroom 2 - family room - x2 single bed , x1 superking size (zip/link can be a twin upon request) currently with en suite shower, basin & WC. First floor: Bedroom 3 - x1 superking bed with sofa bed with en suite corner bath, corner shower, basin & WC. Bedroom 4 - x 1 superking bed with en suite shower, basin, WC. Bedroom 5 - x 1 king bed with en suite shower, basin & WC. Bedroom 6 - x 1 super king size ( zip/link can be two singles upon request ) with en suite shower, basin and WC. Ground-floor wet room with shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with central woodburning stove. Snug. Mezzanine games room with pool table. First-floor sauna

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