Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Ghyll Foot Cottage is ideally located for touring the unspoilt Eden Valley, the Lake District, the Pennines, the Scottish Borders and Hadrian's Wall.
The cottage comprises:
Sitting room with wood-burning stove; Fully-fitted kitchen with dining area; Two bedrooms - one double and one twin; Modern bathroom, with over-bath shower.
Accommodation and Facilities:
Ghyll Foot has the advantage of full central heating;
The kitchen is fully equipped with electric oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge-freezer;
The spacious sitting room is provided with TV, DigiBox, DVD & Music System and wood-burning stove;
Outside is a small enclosed garden with a seating area;
Bedding, duvets and pillows are included;
Electricity and central heating costs are included;
Free Wi-Fi available;
The property offers private garage parking close-by or there is ample street parking;
Sorry no smoking; Pets by arrangement.
There is an excellent restaurant in the village.
At Armathwaite (1.5 miles) are local shops, pub-restaurants and railway station on the famous Settle to Carlisle Line.
Supermarket shopping is available in the larger village of Lazonby (4.5 miles).
The River Eden itself is ideal for angling, canoeing and other recreational pursuits.
The Eden Valley is excellent walking country with many interesting and attractive walks in the area.
Required Energy Performance Information:
Energy Efficiency Rating: 53 (E)
Environmental Impact Rating: 46 (E)
5-Day / 6-Day Breaks:
The table may show the cost of 5 or 6 day stays, in excess of the weekly rate.
This is never the case.
Please check the cost of 5-day/6-day stays with the owner.
£50 refundable damage deposit.
See owner's website for Terms and Conditions.
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