|2022 Self Catering Holiday Cottage Tariff|
|Peak (per week)||£1200|
|Off Peak (per week)||£1000|
|Christmas Dec 2022||£1500|
|3 Night Weekend (off peak only)||£750|
|4 Night Mid-Week (per week)||£750|
|Peak Weeks are as follows:|
This stunning bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, huge comfortable super-king or twin bed.
There is a dressing table with drawers, hanging space and a small antique settle. Wooden floors throughout.
Sit in the comfy chair by the window and take in the stunning views and relax. Be at peace with the World! Beautiful views over farmland towards the Solway Firth and Scotland.
The room has it's own ensuite bathroom - see below.
This room also has its own wooden staircase up to a converted Cockloft which has twin beds - ideal for children.
The ensuite bathroom has a huge claw-foot bath.
Wonderful for a long relaxing soak after a day on the fells.
This spacious bedroom has a huge super-king 4 poster bed (wonderfully comfortable), a walk in wardrobe and original fireplace.
There are many original features and furniture including an antique dressing table and comfy sofa. Stunning views out towards Scotland.
The seperate shower room is shared with the Twin Room - see below.
The seperate shower room is shared with the Twin Room (see below).
The shower room has slate tiles, powerful shower with loads of hot water and underfloor heating.
This lovely room is situated between the 4 Poster and Ensuite Room.
A beautiful room with it's own fireplace, pastel colours and twin beds that can also be used as a super-king. Stunning views towards the Solway Firth and Scotland.
The shower room is shared with the 4 Poster Room (see above for image).
The cosy Inglenook Room is dominated by the huge Inglenook fireplace with open fire.
Original stone floors, doors and ceiling beams.
A very atmospheric room.
Sofa and comfy wing-back chairs.
This room can be used for more formal dining, if required and is stunning when candlelit.
Views over the small garden towards Scotland.
The living room is very cosy indeed.
Beamed ceilings, a huge log burner, comfortable sofa and three chairs, together with piano and Freeview TV / DVD.
Views over open countryside towards the Solway Firth & Scotland.
Situated in the former stables and still with its part cobbled floor, and warming Aga, the stable kitchen is where most people gravitate to.
It is well equipped with a large fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, but yet retains many of the original features and charm.
There is a dining table and chairs for breakfast / dinner.
A stable door with stunning views out of the door over farmland towards the Solway Firth & Scotland.
Nothing but peace and quiet except the sound of birds and sheep.
Stunning sunsets are a regular occurrence.
Bed and Breakfast Rates £80-£90 per room, per night.
Please ring for details.
DOGS / HORSES - Well behaved dogs are welcome BUT please note this is a farming area with other dogs, hens and sheep. Horses also welcome - livery is provided at the bottom of the hill at Snittlegarth.