This detached, stone-built cottage in the village of Skirwith, near Penrith sleeps eight people in four bedrooms.
This barn conversion is on the outskirts of Ousby close to the village of Melmerby and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
This superb barn conversion is on the outskirts of the village of Ousby close to the village of Melmerby and sleeps two people in one bedroom.
A charming holiday cottage in the village of Blencarn, Cumbria, with upside down accommodation sleeping three people in two ground floor bedrooms.
A detached cottage in a courtyard next to the owners' home, on a non-working farm, in the rural village of Culgaith, and sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
This sandstone barn conversion in Brougham near Penrith sits in a secluded spot by the River Eamont, yet it is only five miles from Junction 40 off the M6. It offers stunning views of the Pennines and the river.
This stone-built cottage is situated close to Penrith and sleeps two people.
This fine house, in the village of Melmerby in the Eden Valley, is a 5 Star Gold Award winning Grade II listed manor house with nine bedrooms and nine bath/shower rooms. It is set within its own sandstone walled grounds extending to 25 acres.
This 5* Gold Award winning 17th century sandstone cottage is set in the grounds of Melmerby Hall, 12 miles from Lake Ullswater. Recently restored, it retains period features such as stone mullion windows and a wood burning inglenook fireplace.
Kirkbride Hall is a newly built traditional style stone clad terraced cottage located in walled cherry and apple orchards of Melmerby Hall and neighbours the quiet and scenic churchyard of the Grade II listed St John's Church in Melmerby. The former orchard garden of Melmerby Hall is a beautiful and …
This Grade II listed, detached house is in the centre of the village of Edenhall in Cumbria and sleeps up to thirteen people in six bedrooms.
This first floor open plan annexe is located in the village of Edenhall and can sleep two people.
A detached house in the Cumbrian village of Edenhall, able to sleep twelve people in six bedrooms.
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