Luxury Barn Conversion in lovely Cartmel Peninsula. 4 Star Gold Award. Sleeps 6+1, Pet friendly, enclosed garden, Games Room, Conservatory and upstairs lounge with views towards Morecambe Bay. Pub with open fire 1 minute & 5 mins from picturesque Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands & Holker Hall.
- Sleeps 7
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 2
- Child Friendly
- Dog Friendly Cottages
- Lake District
The Hayloft is a luxury holiday cottage in the South Lake District, converted from a centuries-old limestone barn, in the stunning Lake District Cartmel Peninsula.
It has a coveted Visit England Gold Award (4 Stars) and retains many original features, high quality facilities and decoration, and is perfect for romantic breaks or family holidays. Pets are welcome. The Hayloft sleeps 6 plus a small sofa bed.
Downstairs is a well-equipped oak kitchen and open-plan dining area with large oak table, leading to a centrally-heated hardwood conservatory with sofas and TV. An oak and iron staircase leads to a galleried lounge with window seats for views towards Morecambe Bay. There are 2 sprung sofas (one is a sofa bed), a SMART TV and stone fireplace with gas fire.
There are 3 bedrooms; a downstairs bedroom with Antique Victorian double bed, a pretty upstairs double and a cosy twin bedroom. Both bathrooms have towel rails and lots of hot water; a ground-floor shower room features a wider pentangle enclosure, and the upstairs bathroom has a corner bath.
The fully enclosed garden features a lawn, pergola and wall fountain and parking for 2 cars, along with a stone stable converted into a Laundry and Games Room, equipped with table tennis, table football and darts.
In the immediate area, The Pheasant Inn has an open fire and dogs welcome and is minutes from The Hayloft, as is ‘The Cumbria Coastal Way’. This leads to nearby Humphrey Head National Nature Reserve and the rich birdlife of Morecambe Bay.
Within 2 miles is picturesque Cartmel, famous for its Priory, horse racing, Sticky Toffee Pudding and L’Enclume, the Michelin-Starred Restaurant of celebrity Chef, Simon Rogan. Also 5 minutes away is Grange-over-Sands, a famous Edwardian seaside resort with promenade, ornamental gardens, shops and cafes and also beautiful Holker Hall.
The foot of Lake Windermere and routes into the Central Lakes are within 10 minutes. There are also plenty of shopping and cultural opportunities in the nearby towns of Kendal, Ulverston and Barrow-in-Furness.
Lovely Property with Loads of Room... by Benson on December 29th 2016
Had a wonderful New Year. We will be back with our dogs. Lovely property with loads of room, very warm and cosy with fantastic views. Enjoyed The Pheasant Inn
Cottage perfect in every way; Children adored the Games Room! by Nuttall Family on November 4th 2016
We have had a fantastic, relaxing, family break with the added benefit of amazing weather! Fantastic base for exploring the Lakes with adventurous days out. The cottage is perfect in everyway and the children adored the Games Room. We will be back again without doubt. Thank you!
Fantastic week - Spacious, comfy beds, well equipped kitchen & games room by Payne Family on July 20th 2016
Spacious accommodation, comfy bed and bedding. Lovely sympathetic conversion with lots of character. Had a great week; the Games Room was an enjoyable bonus. Well equipped kitchen. Secure garden/drive was perfect for the dogs. All in all a fantastic week thank you.
Superb accommodation & great local pub - central to attractions by Davies Party on June 17th 2016
Superb accommodation in a lovely converted cottage. Nice and central to all attractions in the area. The Pheasant Bar and Restaurant just down the road was an absolute godsend. We intend to return soon.
Cottage lovely, immaculately clean, location & pub excellent! by Gavanhans Family on April 24th 2016
The Hayloft is a lovely property which the family enjoyed staying in. Everything was to our liking and was immaculately clean on arrival. The location of the cottage is excellent and the The Pheasant excellent with a lovely atmosphere.
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Cottage added 11th October 2016