Stone Barn Farm Cottage is situated on a working farm set in 350 acres of picture perfect countryside. Close to the Lake District National Park hot spots of Windermere and Bowness, in the popular village of Ings. This luxury cottage has been furnished with care and attention to detail by using the skills of local craftsmen. It boasts charm and authentic individuality and is a conversion of part of a barn - with slate floors, herdwick wool carpeting and internal stone walls which all add to the attraction. The open plan living room offers a cosy wood burner, perfect for a romantic evening in. The modern en-suite bathroom offers a extra large shower on the first floor. There is a large free standing bath and shower on the ground floor with high quality fixtures and fittings.
There are beautiful views over the farmland to the valley and beyond to Kentmere from the large picture window in the lounge.
Stone Barn Farm Cottage can to accommodate up to 4 guests.
Open plan living space with wood burning stove Freesat TV, DVD player
Dining area with seating for four
Kitchen area with electric induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher
Bedroom with king size bed. En-suite.
Central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included Travel cot and highchair and camp bed on request. External utility room washing machine and dryer
Enclosed paved garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture.
We use Cumbrian Cottages as a booking agent. In the summer months we usually offer week long bookings but are more flexible the rest of the year when two, three and four night breaks are available. It is sometimes possible to book direct last minute (and get a really good price).
Special offers and last minute deals uploaded as they become available.
Can we bring pets?
We are happy to accommodate working dogs that live outside.
Can we get involved with the farm?
Certain times of year are better than this than others for meeting the animals. Lambing time is usually mid-March. Calving time from April onwards. There are always chickens to feed.
Can we have a campfire or barbecue?
Are children welcome?
Yes but we ask that other than in the cottage garden they are never left unsupervised.
Do we need a car?
Most guests bring a car, however we are only a short taxi ride from Windermere station and it is under three hours from London Euston to Windermere Station. We are half a mile from the A591 which is a main bus route through the Lakes.