If you would like to book Swift Cottage for a 3 or 4 day short break out of high season, please email me for details. The rental is 70% of the weekly rate. One additional person can be accommodated on a bed-settee in the living area, plus a travel cot if required.
Swift Cottage is one of nine cottages that have been sympathetically converted from the existing buildings of a working farm. Enjoying peace and quiet, the holiday cottages are set amidst pasture land, and benefit from beautiful and unforgettable views of stunning countryside. With a heated 38ft*16ft indoor swimming pool and quality recreational facilities, Swift Cottage with its exposed roof beams and open gallery has it all. Large lounge / dining area with a slate floor - includes 40" smart TV, incorporating DVD player and USB recording facility, games, books etc. Wood burning stove. Lounge has direct access to the private patio area in the front courtyard.. Kitchen - modern style units - well equipped adjacent to dining area. Ground floor bedroom with twin beds, flat screen TV with DVD player and en-suite shower room, spiral staircase to open gallery area. First floor main bedroom with king size bed, flat screen TV with separate DVD player and en-suite shower room. Heating, linen, towels etc all included. Free Wi-Fi. Swift has the added advantage of rear access to the adjacent communal indoor heated swimming pool and games room and the communal external area for the children's play area, picnic area & barbecue,etc.
Externally Swift has a large front patio area with picnic table & umbrella, plus a companion timber seat together with barbecue, pot plants & shrubs in adjoining flower beds. This area is a sun trap for eating alfresco.
Family's can enjoy the quite surroundings of the open countryside whilst enjoying a barbecue with just their family or with other families and friends in the communal area for picnics, barbecue etc. whilst the children are playing in close vicinity.
In 2015 Newhouse Barton Management invested in a biomass boiler for the running of the communal building so we have now gone 'Green' and helping the environment.