Sleeps: 6 | From £750 / 3 nights | Changeover day: Friday (or Monday for short breaks)
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 space to sit and enjoy views of Little Mell Fell and beyond.
The old traditional features of this house blend seamlessly with a high-quality modern finish, whilst retaining so much of the original character. This traditional Lakeland farmhouse has been carefully reconfigured to create a beautiful holiday getaway offering space for up to six people and two dogs to relax, socialise with friends or enjoy quality family time together.
The farmhouse has three bedrooms (one of which is ground floor), a large open-plan kitchen diner, a cosy snug, a separate living room with a log burner and TV, a utility area, and a large private garden with a sizeable lawn, ideal for family games, mature shrubs and bushes and, an area (next to the woods) to encourage wildlife.
1 x king-size ensuite bedroom on the first floor
1x king-size bedroom on the first floor with the use of a separate family bathroom
1 x super-king-size bedroom on the ground floor (small step up) with a separate bathroom and WC. This room can also be made a twin bed if requested.
A large open-plan kitchen diner with a large farmhouse table, high-quality kitchen, equipment and Nespresso coffee machine. (One step up to the sitting room)
A cosy snug and a separate sitting room with wood burner, Smart TV & DVDs
Utility room with laundry facilities
A large rear garden with a patio, lawn and views of the rolling countryside.
Pet and family-friendly – two dogs very welcome
Private parking available for three cars
BREAKS AT HOME FARM HOUSE: One week, in peak season, with short breaks from Friday until Monday available at other times.
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.
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.
Four contemporary cabins, immersed in nature. Where the outdoors meets luxury. Sleeps: 2