Part of the 16th century Moot Hall in the quiet fellside village of Ireby. The village is on the fringe of the Lake District National Park in an area known as 'Back o' Skiddaw'.
There are lovely walks from the door. The nearby Uldale Fells provide gentle to strenuous walks on near-deserted paths.
Keswick and Derwentwater are a scenic 12 mile drive and the Solway coast and Hadrian's Wall are easily reached.
The cottage is part of the 16th Century Moot Hall, it is cosy and well-furnished and enjoys lovely fellside views.
There is a comfortable Lounge with multi-fuel stove, separate dining room and small, well equipped kitchen
There is a double bedroom and a twin bedroom and a bathroom with an over bath shower.
To the rear of the property is a pleasant sitting out area with tubs and shrubs;
Parking is free in the village.
The cottage sleeps 4 adults.
Please note that children are welcome and there is a fireguard and travel cot (no bedding) but no stairgates or high chairs, therefore this cottage is more suitable for older children.
There is sadly no longer a shop in the village but there is a general store and Post Office at Caldbeck (6 miles away) and supermarkets at Cockermouth, Keswick and Wigton.
Dogs welcome free; reductions for Rescue and Assisstance dogs.
Cosy, comfortable, peaceful.
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Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. All bedlinen and towels
Pets Allowed: Yes. Dogs very welcome
Central Heating: No. Fuel type: Various / Other
Open Fire: No. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Sitting out area at the back with pots and shrubs
Local Services: The Lion serves meals and Real Ale
Take the Carlisle road from Keswick, past Bassenthwaite until you reach the Castle Inn. Turn right at the sign marked Ireby, Uldale and Caldbeck. Follow the road for 4 miles. Upon reaching the village, 2 Moot Hall can be seen to your left.