Dotted around the Estate, our beautifully restored three traditional cottages are each within their own nook of privacy. Designed by Kate to reflect heritage beauty combined with modern day living, each interior has been specially chosen to ensure you enjoy a home away from home.
With a plethora of walks on their doorstep, our 18th and 19th century Lakeland Cottages provide a blissful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Each with stylish and thoughtful interiors, our self-catering cottages sleep between four and ten people; perfect for couples, families and groups (as well as four-legged friends).
Originally built as two cottages, the 19th-century Lacet Cottage has been lovingly restored and refurbished to create spacious, open-plan, living spaces whilst retaining the abiding character of the Lakeland vernacular.
The tranquil spot is just minutes from Ullswater by car and has a whole host of walks right from the front door.
Home Farm House was built in 1849 by Andrew Fleming Hudleston as the gatehouse to the Estate and was part of a working farm. Restored and refurbished in 2017, the house sits in its own grounds with plenty of space to sit and take in the wonderful views of Little Mell Fell and beyond. Walk into Hutton and over the little stone bridge and you’ll find some footpaths and bridleways.
Highgate was built in 1770 by Andrew “the Counsellor” Hudleston. A very spacious house, now fully modernised, it is perfect for families and larger groups. The house stands on the edge of a small working farm combining Cumbrian life with easy access to Penrith and Keswick. Feel free to walk in the fields in front of the house and over to Brow Wood or take the footpath to Dacre.
Each beautfully renovated Cumbrian cottage forms a cornerstone of the historic family estate. Find out more about Hutton John.
Tucked away near the small hamlet of Hutton and surrounded by acres of space to roam: at Hutton John Estate you can enjoy woodland walks and rolling countryside right from your doorstep. We’re ideally located for you to explore the Lake District and enjoy a Cumbrian retreat, with Penrith, Pooley Bridge and Keswick within easy driving distance and local amenities including a post office and pub a couple of miles away in Greystoke.
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