This unassuming cottage is set back from the main street with a sunny gravel garden, planted with box topiary. On entering this stylish self catering accommodation via the glass shelter, you will appreciate the light and airy feel to the downstairs room which has living, dining and kitchen areas. You will never miss out on the conversation in this well-planned space!
There is a beautiful wood burning stove nestling in the original inglenook, with a supply of logs for your stay. A DAB radio and CD player with a selection of discs, Wi Fi, Bluetooth and Spotify are also available in the cottage.
The circular glass dining table and contemporary chairs, seats 4.
The kitchen is well equipped with an oven, induction hob, refrigerator, dishwasher and washing machine. All the crockery, glasses, cutlery, table linen, saucepans and much more are provided for our guests to prepare a meal. On arrival you will find a welcome basket of food to get your break off to a great start!
A full-length cupboard houses the gas central heating boiler providing ample hot water, the underfloor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the bedrooms. There is a space below the boiler to accommodate your walking boots for drying! A small vacuum cleaner and other cleaning materials and equipment are also stored here.
Outside we have provided a selection of tables and chairs for you to take advantage of sun or shade in your private garden!
Upstairs are 2 colourful and stylish bedrooms, each with ensuite shower, loo and wash basin. All towels and toiletries are provided. The double 5’ beds are supplied with pocket spring mattresses, toppers and white cotton bedding. The blue and white bedroom has a lovely west facing window with views over the garden towards Warton Crag. The green and white bedroom is slightly larger with an east facing window looking over the front garden and main street.