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A charming 18th century oak-beamed Lake District holiday cottage that offers superior self-catering accommodation for up to four people. Pets welcome.
The cottage is situated in the non-tourist Lake District village of Greystoke, which has a castle (closed to public) but large parkland grounds are open for walking; racing stables; heated outdoor swimming pool; post office-cum-general store and a telephone kiosk.
This self-catering cottage, which welcomes pets, is in an ideal location with easy access to Penrith, Keswick and all Lakes and Fells. With local pubs providing excellent food, this Lake District holiday cottage is available all year for rentals, and short breaks, including weekend getaways. Perfect for restful cottage holidays but also suitable for the more active Lake District holidays of walking, cycling, swimming, sailing, golf, pony trekking or general sightseeing.
Pets welcome Free wifi Fridge Microwave Electric cooker
Colour TV DVD Player Radio Duvets
Blankets All heating and hot water costs included in price
Log fire No meters Private garden with garden furniture
Parking for two cars
Two bedrooms: one with a double bed, one with two singles
Children aged 7 years and over Welcome pack
Holiday rental periods normally start on a Saturday at 2pm but whenever possible arrangements are made to suit individual requirements for your holiday or weekend break.
Clean, cosy warm well equipped beyond belief. We had a wonderful weekend break the cottage if everything it looks and more also the village pub and locals all brilliant !! Just wish it was a bit cheaper and we could return sooner and more often :)
Located on the edge of the Lake District National Park, Greystoke has a village green with an ancient Market Cross dating back to the early 1600s. It is an ideal location for sightseeing/walking in the Lake District.
The local pub, the Boot and Shoe, overlooks the green. Serves excellent food. Lots of other restaurants and good pubs within easy reach.
The village is a fascinating mix of historical and modern attractions and includes:
17th century stone houses and cottages with slate roofs and cobbled forecourts
an imposing Church, which dates back to the mid-1200s and has a massive tower that still houses 15th century bells
a Sanctuary Stone - which relates to the time when fugitives from justice were granted sanctuary upon reaching the Church
a Plague Stone - where plague victims left coins in its hollowed-out top, which was filled with vinegar to protect the healthy people, who then left food for the sick
an Elizabethan style Castle [not open to the public] which stands in a great wooded park of 6000 acres which has permissive paths open to the public for walking
three folly farmholds and a number of pele towers
a professional horse-racing stable owned by Nicky Richards, a descendant of Sir Gordon Richards the famous Jockey. The string of racehorses walk through the village, past the cottage every morning on their way to training.
a heated outdoor swimming pool is located close to the Church
Greystoke's name means place by the River Creik but more noticeable is the River Petteril which flows through the village, close to the Church.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
Holiday rental periods normally start on a Saturday at 2 pm but whenever possible arrangements are made to suit individual requirements for your holiday or weekend break.
There is a supplement for each pet: £10 per dog per week / per short break.
Rental prices for the Cottage [not per person] range from £250 - £450 per week. Short breaks are £80 per night (for the cottage, not per person) - minimum 3 night stay. Prices include heating, hot water, lighting, cooking, etc.
Children must be 7 years and over. Bed linen/towels are not included in the price, but can be supplied for a small additional charge. Contact Owner for details. 07885 652122 or 02392 251484
Weekly rates are from £260 - £490