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Kirkby Stephen- central cottage great for walkers

Cały domek (gospodarzem jest Anna)
4 gości2 sypialnie2 łóżka2 łazienki

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Cosy, homely cottage. This is my home and feels like one, however you’ll have the whole place to yourself whilst I travel for work. Please bear in mind, I have a dog who normally lives here so if you’re allergic this may not be the place for you.

Miejsce
Quaint cottage in the heart of Kirkby Stephen. Ideally situated within walking distance of 4 pubs and a micropub, this a perfect stop off on the coast to coast or as a place to base yourself to explore the Howgills and Pennine.

The cottage is well set up for walkers with a tiled downstairs for boots and a cosy log burner. The lounge is comfortable with kooky artwork, and a huge tv with Netflix, bbc iPlayer etc etc. Enjoy the woodburner, kindling and logs are provided for your use.

There’s tea and coffee provided along with some basic essentials like spices in the kitchen and washing up liquid etc etc. If you can’t face cooking there’s numerous chip shops, an Indian takeaway and a Chinese takeaway or pubs serving food, although the kitchen is fully stocked with equipment.

The master bedroom has an ensuite with power shower and toilet with access to the main bathroom, which boasts a roll top bath for those aching muscles. All bedding and towels provided. There’s a good supply of reading material provided and guidebooks and maps for your use whilst you stay.

Pets are welcome and a dog crate can be provided.

Dostęp dla gości
Self check in via a lock box

Inne ważne rzeczy
On street parking is available along Faraday road (no time limit) or in the bays out the front, although note there have a two hour limit during the day.

There is a gin bar next door, however it is not noisy and only open weekends.

There is no garden or outside space so if you want to bring your dog they will have to pop for an on lead walk down the lane.
Cosy, homely cottage. This is my home and feels like one, however you’ll have the whole place to yourself whilst I travel for work. Please bear in mind, I have a dog who normally lives here so if you’re allergic this may not be the place for you.

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Quaint cottage in the heart of Kirkby Stephen. Ideally situated within walking distance of 4 pubs and a micropub, this a perfect stop off on t…
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Cumbria, Anglia, Wielka Brytania

A traditional market town of historic buildings, cobbled yards, quaint corners and interesting shops, ideally located in the beautiful Upper Eden valley, formerly the old county of Westmorland, now Cumbria. This is an area of Cumbria much less well known than the Lake District, but equally appealing. It is surrounded by a landscape of pastoral rural scenery and wild uplands and offers breathtaking views in every direction and has been part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, since 2016. Remotely located from large towns and population centres, Kirkby Stephen has developed a strong and self-sufficient identity and a vibrant sense of community.

Surrounded by spectacular scenery, the ancient market town of Kirkby Stephen in the Upper Eden Valley enjoys an enviable position between the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks. The town is also close to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Kirkby Stephen was Cumbria's first "Walkers are Welcome" town and winner of the prestigious title of Calor® "English Village of the Year", the town makes an ideal base for exploring not only the local area but further afield. 


In summer the town is vibrant with floral displays and attractive gardens - helping to make Kirkby Stephen a Cumbria in Bloom winner. 

This is excellent walking and cycling country and the area has an amazing range of flora and fauna, with four nature reserves within a 5 mile radius of Kirkby Stephen. Around the town are a number of attractive villages - Winton, Hartley, Nateby, Soulby, Ravenstonedale and Newbiggin-on-Lune - some within walking distance. Whatever the time of year, you'll find peace and quiet, wide open vistas and nature at its very best. 
You may even see parrots belonging to a local Conservation Charity flying about the town sometimes - keep a lookout for them on roof tops and chimneys! They often like sit in the conifer tree in next doors garden or sit on the roof of the shops opposite.

Kirkby Stephen has a number of narrow passageways waiting to be explored, some of which lead down to the River Eden.

There are some lovely riverside walks and Franks Bridge picnic area is a delightful spot to spend some time. Stenkrith Park, on the edge of town is a natural park with a deep river gorge.

* The Northern Viaduct Round  is a fully accessible path following the disused Stainmore Railway with viaducts.

* Smardale Gill National Nature Reserve  (a Site of Special Scientific Interest) has a walk with a spectacular viaduct and old lime kilns

* Enjoy an exhilarating walk up to Nine Standards Rigg - nine very old and unique mysterious cairns on Hartley Fell

* Several long distance routes  pass through or near Kirkby Stephen, including: Alfred Wainwright's Coast to Coast, Lady Anne's Way, Pennine Journey, The Eden Way and Yoredale way

* Poetry Path - Twelve poems are hand carved onto stone, celebrating a year in the life of a hill farmer, along a two mile circular route either side of the River Eden

* Geocaching: Six Geocaches are available along the Kirkby Stephen Poetry Path and can be searched via the Geocaching website
A traditional market town of historic buildings, cobbled yards, quaint corners and interesting shops, ideally located in the beautiful Upper Eden valley, formerly the old county of Westmorland, now Cumbria. Thi…

Gospodarzem jest Anna

Z nami od: luty 2017
  • 23 recenzje
Professional enjoying exploring the countryside with Bertie the spaniel
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I travel often with work however I may be available depending on booking. I am always available by phone
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