Garden of Edenhall

Garden of Edenhall

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms


Pets Accepted

Does this property accept dogs? - Yes

The property owner has advised that this property accepts visitors with pets.

Pets are accepted on the understanding that they are always kept under control and exercised off the premises. They should be kept out of bedrooms and off the furniture and they must never be left in the property unattended.

Please remember to include all the pets that will be accompanying you at the time of booking so that the property owner is expecting you and your pet.

Where there is a charge for taking your pet, this will be made clear on the property owners' website, and at the time of booking.

One glaring error will hit you the moment you step inside this beautiful cottage – that you haven't booked for long enough. The interior strikes just the right balance between countryside style and more urban chic. So while you'll find a Shaker-style kitchen, a warming wood burner and the welcoming cottage feel, there are plenty of pop art prints, eye-catching tiles and mid-century-style furniture that lends it a more contemporary flair. Upstairs, the three bedrooms are individually decorated, but all are exceptional and luxurious, with pristine white towels and bathrobes provided. That said, only the master comes with an in-room freestanding tub, which certainly elevates it in our eyes. Set in glorious countryside, sandwiched between the North Pennines AONB and Lake District National Park, this home offers fantastic views from its enclosed garden. Topped off with a steaming hot tub, which has plenty of space for six people, it's a truly fabulous place to relax. There are plenty of walks along the trails and footpaths that crisscross the Cumbrian countryside. Circular routes offer a varying degree of challenge depending on preference. Still, the leisurely twenty-five-minute stroll to the Shepherds Inn in Langwathby is our favourite kind of country walk – one with a pub at the end. Despite the feeling of seclusion, you're only four miles from Penrith, so it's easy enough to stock up on essentials when needed.

Home truths: * Check yourself in with the lockbox * Child-friendly amenities such as a cot and highchair are available on request * Access the cottage via a private entrance * We'd recommend having access to a car during your stay – there's free parking on the premises * The dining table doubles as a laptop-friendly workspace * You won't find a huge amount of storage space within the home * Sat nav isn't reliable, so keep an eye out for the clock tower * Light sleepers might want to pack earplugs due to the resident geese * The hot water tank doesn't store enough water for six showers, so you'll to work out a rota *The hot tub takes a while to get up to temperature * Up to two dogs can join you for a £40 fee, additional dogs are charged at £25



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