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Steder å bo i Cumbria

Steder å bo i Cumbria
Clift Hill - for Lake District & Hadrian's Wall. Easy car & train access. From £350 to £1400 per night + VAT Isolated and very clean. Train, Hosp 15 mins. 5 mins shops, M6 j44 PETS ON REQUEST Hot tub(s) & catering dinner, tea, bfast etc
First of all I recognise that planning a gathering involves lots of work, including research, and is not without stress. To that end, although you can book instantly, you might want to click on the 'contact host' button to ask questions when you've finished reading....I can help you with a lot: from a wedding reception or other major party to just a family reunion e.g. caterers for dinner (15 to 45 pounds pp) murder mystery (from 300), hot tubs, axe throwing, mini olympics in paddock! Welcome to my family home and principal residence. (I move out when you stay and it's all yours). It is different to most holiday lets in that you will see and benefit from the fact it is lived in. As such, you will quickly feel relaxed in your new home! - important if you are hosting an event. CLIFT HILL With majestic views over the Solway Plain, this grand building provides a captivating base from which to explore the Lake District, Hadrian’s Wall and Southern Scotland Clift Hill is a generously proportioned Edwardian mansion, designed for the last days of servants and built during the first years of the Great War. Long-defunct bell pushes can be found in most rooms, including some bathrooms; a reminder of a bygone era. Relive a time when enormous bath tubs and dressing for dinner were de rigeur. The house is the perfect place to celebrate a birthday with children and grandchildren who’ll be delighted to see hares in the garden in the mornings and startled deer in the overgrown orchard…my children say the house is perfect for hide and seek. Younger parties may enjoy darts and table tennis in the garage, table football in the cloakroom and watching movies with the projector or the possibility of a hot tub after a barbecue at the fire-pit on the terrace. Others may roll up the rugs and put the bang & olufsen on max and dance! HOUSE & GARDENS The building was conceived in 1913 and finished in 1915, designed by the Chance family, who were wealthy merchants involved in the local textile mills (worth a visit). They started building the house on the small hillock opposite but changed their mind and opted for the more solid rock that permits substantial cellars. During my work on the house, I have learnt how much the Edwardians loved fresh air. There is an elaborate venting system that resembles in parts one of those pneumatic tube transport devices. Nowadays I try to keep the air from coming into the house but the eleven fireplaces and forty-four doors often conspire against me. However, the illusion of being outside when indoors extends beyond the air vents. In the handsome dining room, William Morris wallpaper meets wisteria creeping in at the windows, creating an impression of a real and an imagined garden intertwining. The enormous family portrait on the dining room wall was painted by John Walton in 1957. Sharp eyes will notice that he is in the picture, holding a paintbrush. The wonderful fireplace and decor make this a room that can be as formal as you wish, or the perfect size for long board games or late-night poker sessions. In the ground floor cloakroom there is a magnificent thunder box lavatory and large double sinks. Pride in plumbing is a leitmotif of this mini mansion. From the master bedroom with its interesting en-suite bathroom, there is a view on all sides over miles of wide, open landscape, with both the North Pennines and Lake District omnipresent. Today you can enjoy these views just as the original owner, Mr Chance once did. Nothing but nothing has changed! The house once had its own grounds, river, farm, greenhouse, stables and garaging for a multitude of vehicles. The river is approached by deeply sunken steps that are almost tunnels through the undergrowth and after a short hop past the cows you may find the eels and sea trout that my children loved. The cliffs here are particularly dramatic and totally unexpected, formed from an outcrop of very fine-grained, orange-red “Kirklinton” sandstone. Kingfishers live here and, if you are lucky, you might catch a flash of blue as you wade to the mini island at low flow. For large parties, Clift Hill swallows children – you will get just occasional sightings. An old school bell sits on the front porch for you to summon them to supper. Houses like this are familiar to anyone who has ever watched a period drama and being here, in the spacious, elegant rooms, the Edwardian period comes alive. The original teak sink for washing your crystal is still there as are so many other features. If you can work out why there are sliding locks on the outside of so many doors or why there are arches in the interconnecting bedroom, please let me know! THE AREA For walkers, Hadrian’s Wall, a world UNESCO site, crosses 10 minutes from the house and of course, we are a short drive from the Lake District National Park and also the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An abundance of maps is available. Nearby is the Great Border city of Carlisle, an ancient settlement with Roman discoveries still emerging. The cathedral alone is worth making the journey for, with stunning misericords and a magical ceiling depicting the heavens in midnight blue silk studded with gold stars. In the nearby countryside there are some enigmatic stone circles - including Castlerigg, dating from 3000 BC, which has bracing views of Helvellyn in the background – and Long Meg and Her Daughters, a Bronze Age stone circle near Penrith. For rail enthusiasts, remnants of the days of railway glory are all around, with the old Waverley Line route still available for unofficial exploration just up the road at Kirkandrews-on-Esk, where incidentally is the most beautiful, quite long and scary suspension bridge (max. 5 people). LOCAL HISTORY 1915 context - the year of the house was also the same year the British ran out of Artillery Shells and a huge factory was built around the corner at Gretna for women manufacturing Cordite - Known as the Devil’s Porridge (see museum devilsporridge org uk) The area is also rich in other recent and ancient history, lack of redevelopment means that there is much to see and imagine. With maps you can cross and recross the river Lyne at all the historic fording points - we have found old cart wheels. Great little local walk through private woodlands leading to Hidden River Cafe (amazing full meals), ask for details Clift Hill stands apart, literally and metaphorically, from the other buildings in this area – the house appears on the horizon long before you reach it. All around are the so-called “Debatable Lands” – neither Scottish nor English for many centuries, families simply picked a side. You were either with the Grahams or the Armstrongs, battling for cattle, land and loyalty. PRACTICALITIES Clift Hill is a great landmark, sleeping up to 21 people in beds in 9 bedrooms (one in loft has reduced privacy) and 2 in sofa bed and more by special arrangement (camp beds and tents are an option). The grounds contain a stable, fruit bushes and orchard. There is a fun area adjacent to the driveway with trampoline, zip wire and often a slackwire. The views are of the unspoilt Cumbria countryside loved by Wainwright, and the Rivers Esk, Eden and Lyne are nearby. The local linear settlement of Longtown is unrepentantly stuck in a time warp and not at all twee. You will find the basics here. The hardware shop - John Graham - has those bygone parts you need and is worth a visit. There are pubs in Longtown and neighbouring Smithfield but the best food is just along the river at the Hidden River cafe - a lovely 20 minute bike ride away. MORE ON THE HOUSE HISTORY From auction records at Sotheby’s it is evident that Mr Chance liked his art and no doubt appreciated Ruskin. We have returned most of the house to an appearance that he, William Morris or Burne-Jones might have appreciated if alive in 1915: still lots of oak and proud metal work together with a smattering of stained glass. Many of the artworks on the walls of Clift Hill today are by family members, from portraits through to abstracts. Today, the house is slowly regaining the glowing vitality it enjoyed in the lifetime of its enigmatic original owner. It offers a unique chance to step into the world where servants were on the way out and central heating was on the way in. The original floorplan is retained and the numerous doors and two staircases often make you feel as if you’re participating in a West End farce. Visitors often find themselves congregating in the large kitchen with its Aga, two sofas, and old bell system for the servants still visible. Or playing the piano and singing! For Outlander enthusiasts, film and story sites nearby. Please also look at additional photos and comments on well known social media site under clifthill. Note that airbnb only lets you book for maximum of 16. Please allow extra 35 pounds a night per person for larger bookings, payable separately. Or message me for 5 day + pricing. Please note that NO security deposit is payable when booking. I recommend booking the Sunday ..please ask. Even if you can't all stay the night it gives you a chance for a hearty walk and lunch by the fire and still time for a quiet, if long, drive or train journey. Environmental considerations LED lights throughout, electricity monitors, some recycled paper products, vegan soaps and shampoos. Further suggestions always welcome -------- Airbnb has a maximum booking and pricing size of 16. Dependent on the mix I will take up to 27 but there will be some indoor camping involved as beds sleep 23. Tents in garden also possible. ON TOP OF YOUR QUOTE HERE, for parties above 16, YOU MUST ENTER GUEST NUMBERS TO 16 AND THEN extra people are charged at 35 pounds a night, payable before arrival. Due to valuable nature of possessions in house and the fact that I don't believe in security deposits, i require photo ID from lead booker and recommend that they insure against damage done by any of their guests. Chef prices usually around 25 pounds for 3 course meal. Less for buffet. 6 seater quality hard hot tub hire 250 pounds for 2 night weekend. (435/620 for 2/3 tubs) Dogs can come into kitchen with its 2 sofas but no further. Garden is pretty secure. About TV, I have a physical TV in one bedroom but you can use large monitor in study or projector in sitting room to access all your favourite TV shows over the internet. PLEASE READ HOUSE RULES THOROUGHLY BEFORE BOOKING. I am a super relaxed, accommodating host, but you know best whether the property meets your intended purpose.
Walk across the field to the river Pick fruit from the garden (apples, plums, berries) Tourism I have a bias towards avoiding people on walks (main paths can be busy) and water. Culture is available too but in our opinion it is not the area's USP! Assuming you are up for exercise there are three great pastimes here: Hiking - bring waterproofs Lake Swimming - we have some wetsuits Mountain biking - bikes are for hire 1. I have lots of maps in the house and in my opinion map reading is pretty essential to avoid the masses on the hills. Hadrians Wall - Birdoswald, Banks, Crags and more Hills around Keswick - hire boat on lake Angle Tarn - hike up the river/waterfall Rydal Grasmere - walk and eat the local warm gingerbread Criffel, Scotland - a satisfying 3 hour climb in good weather if no recent rain Many other easy and hard walks, fitness and clothing dependent The waterfalls are spectacular after rain 2. Derwent water, rydal and bassenthwaite are good lakes for swimming and can be combined with other activities. eg binsey plus bassenthwaite, rydal plus mountain bike. 3. There is biking in the lake district eg grizedale, on groomed trails graded like ski runs. However the better experience (few people, well maintained) is to go to the 7stanes trails in Scotland. Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle all easy access by train or motorway. Shop in England or Scotland within 10 minutes drive - Carlisle or Gretna. Visit the marriage shop in Gretna at the old Blacksmith's. If you like horses there are numerous stables. Blackdyke at 10 minutes is exceptional.
  • Vi giftet oss på nærliggende Kirklinton Hall (vel verdt et besøk!) Og leide huset i helgen. Det var det perfekte stedet for meg selv, mor og brudepiker å bo på fredag kveld og gjør deg klar på lørdagen. Det var også det perfekte stedet å være vert for en samling dagen etter bryllupet. Været var ikke på vår side, men det gjorde ikke et skrap av forskjell. Oppsettet av kjøkken / hage / bbq-området betydde at vi alle kunne sette seg fast i samt sosialisere. Vi hyret badestamp som var uten tvil verdt det! Vi hadde en perfekt helg og Roland og nydelig hus hadde en enorm rolle i det! Takk skal du ha!

    Natalie2018-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • Helt fantastisk hjem! Roland var strålende og så imøtekommende, tilgjengelig for å svare på eventuelle spørsmål og sendt masse nøkkelinformasjon før booking. Huset er vakkert og perfekt for hønepartiet jeg arrangerte. Landskapet rundt er et flott bakteppe. Huset er lett å komme til og i nærheten av Carlisle. Kan ikke anbefale denne airbnb nok!

    Beth2018-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • Vi har nettopp returnert fra en fantastisk 40-årsdag helg på Clift Hill med venner. Dessverre fikk vi ikke møte Roland, men snakket i telefon og messaged flere ganger. Huset er fantastisk og utstyrt med alt du muligens kunne trenge. Et stort hus, men veldig hjemmekoselig og et herlig sted å slappe av. Vi hadde flott vær og barna (8 av dem) var i himmelen å utforske begrunnelsen og ha enorme spill for å skjule ☺ Vi tenker allerede på unnskyldninger for å komme tilbake igjen ... Takk Roland for alt du gjorde for oss!

    Katy2018-07-08T00:00:00Z
  • Fab helg. Denne eiendommen har alt du trenger for en fantastisk helg borte. Vi bodde fredag til søndag. 14 jenter på en høne gjør og dette var ideelt. Roland anbefalte en kokk som lagde for oss på lørdag kveld. Huset er vakkert som er begrunnelse. Vil grundig anbefale.

    Alison2018-07-01T00:00:00Z
  • Vi hadde en grundig hyggelig helg å feire søsterens hønehelg. Roland er en fantastisk vert og var veldig rask til å svare på eventuelle spørsmål. Huset og begrunnelse er vakre og vi var veldig glad for at vi organisert badestamp utleie for helgen! Vi hadde alt vi kunne ha behov for, det var virkelig et hjem hjemmefra og vi alle elsket de små detaljene som snacks blir igjen i rommene! Tusen takk Roland!

    Kate2018-06-24T00:00:00Z
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    Carlisle, Cumbria, Storbritannia

    A beautifully restored country mansion set in its own grounds in a delightful country village. Located in the Lake District, sitting in the foothills of the Northern Fells with great views of Skiddaw and the surrounding mountains. A great base for exploring the beauty of the Lake District, offering a quiet and peaceful retreat from the crowded towns, with easy access to Keswick, Derwent Water & Borrowdale (12 miles), Bassenthwaite Lake & Skiddaw (5 miles) and onwards to Ambleside & Windermere.
    Twin bedroom with in room sink, cupboard and draws, shared bathroom with Shower and Steam-room. Oil heating. Large elegant drawing room with seating. Large kitchen with modern cooking equipment, table and outside terrace. We offer a 10% discount for weekly bookings. A four poster on-suite room is also available located here : https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/9877253 A double room with shared bathroom with Steam-room is also available: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/9221445
    Beautiful and historical Cumbrian village, abutting National Park, with its own pub. visited by John Keats on his walk to Scotland and written about in his diary. 11c Church on walk outside village. Life as it was lives on here. Many lovely walks out the door. Wigton 8 miles away with range of shops and easy access to the ancient Scottish Border city of Carlisle, with Roman fort, 18 miles. Region of the Romantic poets. Wordsworth's home in Cockermouth, 10 miles and historic Keswick on Derwent Water, with world class theatre by the lake 12 miles. Outdoor pursuits, rock climbing, adventure trails, sailing, rowing. Healing therapist in nearby coach house, available for treatments, including Bowen, Reiki and various massages (please send a message for further details).
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    Ireby, England, Storbritannia

    This is our on holiday home in Whitbarrow Village it is located a short distance from Ullswater and Keswick and this self-contained holiday village offers quality accommodation, in an excellent location, with excellent facilities including swimming pool, gym, adventure play area, crazy golf, 9 hole putting green, residents bar and an a la carte restaurant. The property enjoys open aspect to the rear to the communal grounds complete with duck pond and access to all the onsite facilities.
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    Keswick, England, Storbritannia

    HAILE HALL - 10 minutes away from the sea and fell walking, in the setting of an ancient country house dating back to 1100s and lived in by the same family line. The property is in a very tranquil part of Cumbria but still very easy to reach. The private wing has huge gardens, a fully equipped kitchen, cosy sitting room with smart TV . The bedrooms are very large, all en-suite and the property has been completed restored to very high standards.
    The entrance is by the ground floor, where you'll find a cosy sitting room and the kitchen. On the first floor is the first two bedrooms, one with 2 single beds that can be joined and made into a superking size bed and the other bedroom across has a superking size bed. The two bedrooms on the 2nd floor (top floor) have king size beds. Luxury high thread count bedding for each bed with microfibre soft and firm pillows, 4 pillows for each bed, comfy mattress protector, soft towels. Ideal for walkers and guests looking for peace and quiet, away from air and light pollution. Some of our guests loved stargazing and experienced a meteor shower! The house is only a few miles away from St Bees sandy beach, Ennerdale Lake, Wast Water with Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. That's perfect for fell walking lovers!
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    Haile, England, Storbritannia

    3-room cottage on 2 levels.
    Spacious and bright, comfortable and tasteful furnishings: 1 double bedroom with 1 double bed. 1 room with 2 beds. Bath/shower/WC. Heating. Upper floor: living room with 1 double sofabed and TV (flat screen), radio, CD-player and DVD. Kitchen (4 hot plates, oven, dishwasher, microwave, freezer). Exit to the balcony. Sep. WC. Heating. Beautiful view of the garden. Facilities: washing machine, dryer. Please note: non-smoking house. Beautiful, cosy, comfortable house "Ghyll Burn Cottage". On the outskirts, 2 km from the centre of Alston, in a quiet position. Private: garden with lawn. Patio, garden furniture, parking at the house. Shop 2 km, grocery 2 km, restaurant 2 km, bar 2 km, café 2 km. Nearby attractions: South Tynedale Railway 2.3 km, Yad Moss ski tow 13 km, Burnhope Seat 13 km, Ashgill Force Waterfall 10 km. Please note: car recommended.
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    Alston, Storbritannia

    Awarded with prestigious 5 ***** “Visit Britain Award” 1 Priory Manor, is a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Manor, c1869. is located in the heart of The Lake District a World Heritage Site. With its commanding presence and unique Tower, Priory Manor is one of the most photographed buildings in the area.
    If you are looking for an “Adult Only” romantic getaway at a luxurious private home in the beautiful Lake District, you have found the perfect place! Awarded the coveted 5 Star status from Visit England, 1 Priory Manor, a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Mansion, built in 1869 as a private residence for Manchester businessman William Carver. Priory Manor overlooks the beautiful grounds and rolling fields that lead down to the shores of Windermere, England's largest natural lake, the Langdale Pikes and beyond. To fully enjoy the breathtaking views, Mr. Carver added a Tower Room, giving him nearly a 360* view of this magical place. Ideally located in the heart of The Lake District, it's the perfect base to take in the scenery, enjoy one of the many walks, from low-level lakeside strolls to challenging felltop hikes. Priory Manor is centrally located, making it the perfect place to visit the historic villages of Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere, where you will find an abundance of pubs, restaurants and shops. A few miles further out and you will find the picturesque villages of Hawkshead, Ambleside, Elterwater and Grasmere. For those of you seeking solace, tranquility, inspiration and/or escapism and adventure, The Lake District is your "go to" destination. Over the centuries it's jaw dropping beauty has inspired the likes of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. Today, The Priory has since been divided into two private, luxurious residences. The small terraced garden residences below the hedge of The Priory's private garden, were once the location of the green houses. The beautiful building to the right of The Priory, was the Coach House. The main entrance, with its gorgeous gothic front door, is the entrance to 1 Priory Manor. The beloved tower room and grand staircase with the priceless stained glass windows, are all .are part of 1 Priory Manor. Entering the residence through the gothic front doors, you will find yourself in the reception room. To your right, the grand staircase, home to "The Ladies of Priory Manor". Six eloquent stain glass windows, depicting Peace, Love, Hope, Faith, Charity and Industry. These priceless masterpieces were commissioned by William Carver and must have had significant meaning to him. Look closely and you will see that his initials were part of the harlequin pattern. The staircase will take you up to a lovely sitting area and a long hallway that leads to both the Master and Guest Bedrooms. Follow the stairs up to the 3rd level and you will find a charming little getaway. Here you will find the final staircase that leads you up to the Tower Room, a great place to escape and have a cup a tea or a morning coffee. Make your way back down the staircases and through the double doors, you will find the impressive drawing room with its beautiful view of the lake. Luxurious, yet cozy, this is the perfect place to unwind and relax after a day of touring. Walk outside to the terrace, a perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat or share a bottle of wine. Follow the stone stairs down to the garden and then follow the private pathway that will take you down to the lake, a perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon. The local grocery store, Booths, is located next to the train station, only a ½ mile away, giving you even more options to easily travel to London, Manchester and Edinburgh. Priory Manor has a well-equipped kitchen, including the Nutribullet, Nespresso, Cappuccino Machine, Juicer etc. Free WIFI, Flat Screen TVs, DVD Players, Wireless Speakers, iPod Docks, Hairdryers and Straighteners. Local brochures and restaurant menus are located in the small office, right before the Drawing Room ADULTS ONLY NO PETS NO SMOKING NO ADDITIONAL GUESTS WITHOUT APPROVAL
    Windermere is the perfect location, centrally located, just a stones step away from the hustle and bustle tourist area of Bowness -On -Windermere, but close enough to access both villages. 1/2 mile easy walk to Windermere village center, where you can find the train station and local pubs, restaurants, shops, chemist and grocery stores. Next to the train station, you will find “Lakeland” a wonderful Kitchen and Homegoods store, (with an excellent cafe located upstairs) and Booths our favorite grocery store. 1 easy mile walk along Rayrigg Road to Bowness-On-Windermere where you can stroll along the buzzy lake front, take the ferry for trip around the lake, rent boats & bikes. in the village you will find an abundance of pubs, restaurants, shops and the local movie theater. A few miles further out and you will find the picturesque villages of Hawkshead, Ambleside, Elterwater, Grasmere, Stavely, Ings, Rydal, Troutbeck, etc..... All which can be reached by car, bus, taxi, bike, boat, walking and ferry.
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    Windermere, Storbritannia

    Duddon Villa is a historical house on the shores of the Duddon Estaury. It has spectacular panoramic views of surrounding hills mountains and shoreline. Extensive gardens and spacious interior with games room and large dinning room. sleeps 12 people in 5 bedrooms, 4 ensuite. The favourite room is the huge games room, includes Billard table and space invaders, and much more. Everyone that comes say they don't want to leave. Peace, tranquility with amazing views of the beach, fells and mountains.
    My unique features are the huge house and panoramic views in every direction. 5 bedrooms sleeps 12 people. Large dining room and games room. All over 3 floors.
    Peace, tranquility just enjoy.... Panoramic views of the sea, hills and mountains.
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    Millom, England, Storbritannia

    A beautifully restored country mansion set in its own grounds in a delightful country village. Located in the Lake District, sitting in the foothills of the Northern Fells with great views of Skiddaw and the surrounding mountains. A great base for exploring the beauty of the Lake District, offering a quiet and peaceful retreat from the crowded towns, with easy access to Keswick, Derwent Water & Borrowdale (12 miles), Bassenthwaite Lake & Skiddaw (5 miles) and onwards to Ambleside & Windermere.
    Double bedroom with a shared bathroom with deluxe shower, including steam room. Oil heating. Large elegant drawing room with seating. Large modern kitchen and terrace. We offer a 10% discount for weekly bookings. A four poster on-suite room is also available located here : https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/9877253 A Twin room with shared bathroom is also available here : https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/9876284
    Beautiful and historical Cumbrian village, abutting National Park, with its own pub. visited by John Keats on his walk to Scotland and written about in his diary. 11c Church on walk outside village. Life as it was lives on here. Many lovely walks out the door. Wigton 8 miles away with range of shops and easy access to the ancient Scottish Border city of Carlisle, with Roman fort, 18 miles. Region of the Romantic poets. Wordsworth's home in Cockermouth, 10 miles and historic Keswick on Derwent Water, with world class theatre by the lake 12 miles. Outdoor pursuits, rock climbing, adventure trails, sailing, rowing. Healing therapist in nearby coach house, available for treatments, including Bowen, Reiki and various massages.
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    Ireby, Storbritannia

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    Light, spacious three bedroom townhouse within the Tewiftield Marina complex. The Marina Complex has a play area and a concierge and is a stones throw from an excellent pub and restaurant - The Longlands Hotel - and a family farm and soft play complex at Greenlands. Half an hour from the heart of the Lake District and half an hour from the Yorkshire Dales make this a mecca for walkers
    Sleeps up to 8 with 2 double bedrooms and one twin with pull out additional beds
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    Lancashire, England, Storbritannia

    A beautifully restored country mansion set in its own grounds in a delightful country village. Located in the Lake District, sitting in the foothills of the Northern Fells with great views of Skiddaw and the surrounding mountains. A great base for exploring the beauty of the Lake District, offering a quiet and peaceful retreat from the crowded towns, with easy access to Keswick, Derwent Water & Borrowdale (12 miles), Bassenthwaite Lake & Skiddaw (5 miles) and onwards to Ambleside & Windermere.
    Double bedroom with on-suite bathroom with bath/shower, including walk-in wardrobe. Oil heating. Large elegant drawing room with seating. Large modern kitchen and terrace. We offer a 10% discount for weekly bookings. A double room with shared bathroom with Steam-room is also available: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/9221445 A twin room with shared bathroom is also available here: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/9876284
    Beautiful and historical Cumbrian village, abutting National Park, with its own pub. visited by John Keats on his walk to Scotland and written about in his diary. 11c Church on walk outside village. Life as it was lives on here. Many lovely walks out the door. Wigton 8 miles away with range of shops and easy access to the ancient Scottish Border city of Carlisle, with Roman fort, 18 miles. Region of the Romantic poets. Wordsworth's home in Cockermouth, 10 miles and historic Keswick on Derwent Water, with world class theatre by the lake 12 miles. Outdoor pursuits, rock climbing, adventure trails, sailing, rowing. Healing therapist in nearby coach house, available for treatments, including Bowen, Reiki and various massages.
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    Ireby, England, Storbritannia

    An elegant manor house, a wonderful location, flexibility to make it your own. Whatever the celebration, Silverholme Manor is the perfect setting for a memorable get-together. The Manor is a stylish blend of period character and modern luxuries: light and spacious reception rooms with quality furnishings for entertaining and relaxing; eight individually-styled en-suite bedrooms and the original coachman’s cottage (ninth en-suite bedroom); beautiful gardens and private access to Lake Windermere.
    We invite you to make Silverholme Manor a home away from home. You can self-cater and do your own thing with family, friends or colleagues. Alternatively, we offer a full range of concierge services to take care of the catering and housekeeping, as well as organised activities, leaving you and your guests free to enjoy the house and gardens, and the pleasures of the country estate on your doorstep. We have great ideas to make your stay at Silverholme Manor a memorable experience. Get in touch for more information!
    You will enjoy exclusive use of Silverholme Manor and the gardens. The nearest village is Hawkshead and the nearest town is Ulverston. The Lakeside attractions (Lakeside Spa, Ferries, Lakes Aquarium and rail) are 2.5miles down the road.
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    Graythwaite, England, Storbritannia

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    London

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