Carlisle Farmhouse Rental Photos and Description
Lake District Hall sleeps from 4 to 18 guests.
Welcome to Lake District Hall, Cumbria
Lake District Hall is an historic building and gardens sitting on the border of the Lake District National Park, with an incomparable position on a south-facing hillside with a panoramic view of Skiddaw, Grass moor and the Lorton and Butter mere valleys.
Lake District Hall can sleep fourteen people, and up to eighteen if including the adjacent self contained flat, and has been recently renovated to a very high standard. This dog friendly self catering accommodation is ideal for rent for families, walkers or anyone wishing to visit this most beautiful and quieter part of the National Park. Situated at the end of a mile long private drive and with its own six acre private landscaped gardens Lake District Hall allows you and your guests to truly relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of your surroundings.
Lake District Hall is a few miles from popular walking destinations like the Northern Wainwright Mountains, Crummock water, Buttemere and Loweswater lakes and a five minute drive from the market town of Cockermouth, meaning all local amenities are on your doorstep.
Lake District Hall is at the end of a mile long private drive and surrounded by six acres of private gardens. The main house has seven double bedrooms and six bathrooms, four of which are en-suite. There is also the adjoining apartment which has a double bedroom and single bedroom (with bunk beds) with a separate living room, kitchen, and bathroom making it completely self contained. The house and flat must be rented out together..
If you require a cook during your stay please mention this in your booking and we can give you our short-list of highly recommended local cooks (their fees vary) who can meet all your catering needs, from doing all the food shopping to making three course meals and all the tidying up afterwards.
Details for Main Hall and Apartment 9 Bedrooms, Sleeps 18, 5 Bathrooms
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- pets considered