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Romantic Cottages In The Heart Of Cumbria

Romantic Cottages Cumbria

Salkeld Cottage

A traditional stone barn conversion, with timber beams, rafters and galleried bedroom. Sumptuous leather sofa and chairs surround a large fireplace and inglenook. Perfect for settling around the log fire, TV and DVD player. Fully fitted mahogany kitchen with large dining area and farmhouse table for romantic candlelit dinners.

The lofted bedroom also has mahogany furniture with four-poster bed and ensuite bath/shower with two-seater steam cabinet for intimate relaxation.
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Lake district Romantic Cottage

Dykes Cottage

With timber beams, rafters and timber panelling, this barn conversion  has a large lounge area furnished with cosy chairs & settee, just right for snuggling around the log burning stove, TV, and DVD player.

The mahogany kitchen is fully equipped for preparing romantic candle-lit dinners around a pine table. The lofted/galleried bedroom area has a four-poster bed and mahogany furniture plus a second TV. The bath/shower room also converts into a steam room for two.

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Cottage With Hot Tub

Parlour Cottage

Parlour has the same ‘upside down’ layout as the Stables Cottages, allowing the upper living area to take advantage of the veranda and views from the large french windows. This bright and spacious cottage for two also has a modern log burning stove.

Parlour cottage has a romantic, lace-draped four poster bed made up with crisp cream lace or embroidered bed linen and is ensuite with a large hydrotherapy shower.

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Amazing Cottage Holiday

Hayloft Cottage

Hayloft is the smallest of our cottages and is perfect for those on a budget, or guests simply requiring a pied a terre from which to explore the area, or for anyone holidaying alone.

The cottage is “upside down”, with the double bedroom and en-suite shower room on the ground floor and the living room with kitchen and dining area above.

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Lake District Cottage Holiday

Stables 2

The Stables Cottages at Ellen Hall have been converted from the original stables, hayloft and milking parlour.

Each cottage retains the stable door entrance and upper hayloft opening – now a French window affording views over the courtyard to open farmland, letting in light and fresh air, and giving access to the shared balcony

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Lake District Weekend Break

Stables 3

Each cottage is “upside down”, with the double bedroom and en-suite shower room on the ground floor, the living room with kitchen and dining area above.

Cosy and warm, fully insulated, with double glazing and storage heating, the cottages are equipped with modern kitchen appliances including microwave, plus colour TV . The cottages are simply decorated, with natural pine woodwork.

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Cumbria Cottage Holiday

Stables 4

The Stables Cottages at Ellen Hall have been converted from the original stables, hayloft and milking parlour.

Each cottage retains the stable door entrance and upper hayloft opening – now a French window affording views over the courtyard to open farmland, letting in light and fresh air, and giving access to the shared balcony

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Romantic Cottages in the Heart of Cumbria

No longer a working farm, Ellen Hall is now a romantic hide away, set in a peaceful vale near to the river Ellen in Cumbria. It's an ideal retreat for exploring the Lake District, providing stress-free getaways for busy people and a peaceful haven for those with time to linger. With a small brook running through the garden, this is a place where guests can enjoy the soothing sounds of water and birdsong, while soaking up the peaceful atmosphere. Our wonderful self catering cottages are available for weekends and mid-week mini breaks as well as weekly bookings. See our tariff for full details. If you're looking for self catering cottages in Cumbria, give us a call on 01697 321439.

Visit Gilcrux, Cockermouth, Keswick and more

The quiet seclusion of the peaceful vale where Ellen Hall is situated makes this the perfect destination for a "get away from it all" break. There's a network of bridle paths leading straight from the door. For those wanting more, Cockermouth, a bustling market town and the birthplace of William Wordsworth is only a few miles away, and the capital of the North Lakes, Keswick, less than half an hour's drive along Bassenthwaite Lake. The Keswick area is host to outdoor pursuit centres, a marina, many famous restaurants and even boasts it's own "Theatre by the Lake". Less than three miles from Ellen Hall is the beautiful heritage coastline of Cumbria, while Carlisle, Hadrian's Wall, and Scotland are all within easy reach.