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1 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

Wifi

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.

Exposed brick walls, large windows, open floorplans, neon artwork — this home has all the ingredients of a New York loft apartment, but it's actually situated in the delightfully rural Eden Valley, between the North Pennines and the Lake District. There are quirky features galore here, from the 70s tribute positioned above the clawfoot bathtub and the swing seat hanging from the ceiling to the pipes repurposed as shelving. However, there are more than a few luxurious touches, plus what feels like acres of space — especially with only two people staying here. There's a private garden with some seating, as well as some public rights of way that run through the wider estate that you can follow for a countryside stroll. Further afield, Ullswater only takes twenty minutes to reach in the car, while the town of Penrith takes half that time.

Home truths: *The home is split over two floors, so it might not be suitable for guests with reduced mobility *Guests are allowed to bring up to two dogs, although these will incur an additional fee of £25 per animal per stay (payable in cash on arrival) and they're not allowed on the furniture *A cot can be provided upon request *There's free parking available on the premises *The building sits on an estate that is still a working farm

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