Duddon Valley Cumbria

"A Jewel in the Crown of the Lake District"
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Woodend is located in a remote position high on Birker Fell between the Eskdale and Duddon valleys with Devoke Water only a ten minute walk away. It is a haven of peace and tranquility and offers a wonderful holiday experience at any time of the year.

All cottages have breath-taking views, are pet friendly, have WiFi and full Sky satellite TV, "Log Burning" Stoves, enclosed gardens and GAS BBQ's and we are flexible with booking dates and days.

They are extremely popular with high annual occupancy levels so early booking is recommended.

The Bothy (Sleeps 2)
Cosy detached self catering for a couple comprising of a combined lounge/dining/kitchen area with views of Scafell Pike. Steps lead down to the bedroom and the bathroom which has a traditional slipper bath.

The Schoolhouse (Sleeps 2)
Cosy detached south facing self catering studio accomodation for a couple, with integrated conservatory/garden room and lounge/dining/kitchen/bedroom area and access to the bathroom which has a spacious shower.

The Buttery (Sleeps 2)
Cosy private self contained self catering for a couple adjoining the barn. It comprises of a combined lounge/dining/kitchen area and a half flight of steps leads down to the bedroom and bathroom which has a traditional slipper bath.

The Cottage (Sleeps from 2 - 6)
Self catering for between 2 and 6 people.
You enter into the lounge with doors that lead to the utility room, downstairs WC and kitchen and stairs that lead to the three bedrooms. The master is a double, the second can be either a double or a twin and the third is a twin (with adult sized bunks). There is also a bathroom.

Contact: Paul Sandford
Website: www.woodendhouse.co.uk
Email: enquiries@woodendhouse.co.uk
Telephone: 019467 23277

Address: Woodend Barn, Ulpha, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6DY

High Wallabarrow is a traditional 450 acre Lakeland hill farm owned by the National Trust, situated at the end of a quiet no-through road with only footpaths and bridleways beyond. High Wallabarrow Farm holiday cottage adjoins the farmhouse and is nestled below the impressive Wallabarrow Crag which has several climbing routes of varying difficulty. There is delightful walking from the front door on to the fells, through forest and woodland and along secluded river banks.

The Newfield Inn can be reached by a beautiful 15 minute walk through bluebell woods and across stepping stones or stone bridge over the Duddon River. The Inn is open all day serving great food and local beers.

Ground Floor:

Kitchen, with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dining area. Fell view.
Living room with large futon sofa bed, colour TV/DVD player, radio/tape/CD player.
Single bedroom (4ft bed).
Bathroom with WC and bath with showerhead over.
Stable door to shared garden.

First Floor:

Family room with king size bed and single bed (stair gate available). Cupboard and storage space. Fell view.

Well behaved pets welcome by arrangement (downstairs). Bed linen and electricity are included (towels if requested). The cottage has central heating. Plenty of parking space. Free range eggs, Galloway beef, Herdwick lamb and English Lakes luxury ice cream are usually available to visitors.

Arrival and Departure Times:
4pm and 11am respectively

Contact: Chris Chinn
Website: www.wallabarrow.co.uk
Email: info@wallabarrow.co.uk
Telephone: 01229 715011

Address: High Wallabarrow Farm, Ulpha, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA20 6EA

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