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Located on a tranquil Bridleway on historic site.
Sleeping capacity: Bedroom sleeps two Notes on bedroom: Bedroom has a super kingsize linked bed which can be divided to provide two single beds if required Reading lights, bedside tables, hair dryer, small chest of drawers, small table with tilting mirror, wardrobe, sheepskin rugs, blanket chest, bookcase with wide selection of books Original stone fireplace Rocking chair Triple aspect
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed
Max guests: 2
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About Valerie Reynolds
Val and John bought an old Rectory coach house and stables in Cumbria as their retirement home. They warmly welcome visitors and guests to the coach house in its tranquil location, with its natural history, fascinating geology and historic past.
Valerie Reynolds purchased this Cottage in 2013
Why Valerie Reynolds chose Brough
John has always loved Cumbria for its natural beauty and enjoyed many walking holidays. Church Brough is central to the Lake District, North Pennines, Eden Valley and the Yorkshire Dales National Park, all his favourites. Brough can be reached from either the east via the A1M, or west on the M6 - Junction 38 or 37.
What makes this Cottage unique
The cottage is in the Vale of Eden, or Eden Valley as some call it. Kirkby Stephen is ten minutes away by car on the A685. Appleby, known for its horse fair, is fifteen minutes away, Penrith can be reached within thirty minutes. Further afield there is the Lake District to the west and Yorkshire Dales to the south west national parks to explore. The whole area has unique geological features, from waterfalls, granite screes on the Pennines, to areas of outstanding natural beauty, buttercup and wildflower meadows, rushing streams and becks, flocks of plover, thrushes, jackdaws, migrants from spotted flycatchers, grey wagtails, swifts, house and sand martins, swallows, cuckoos, the occasional heron, sparrow hawks and peregrine falcons. We have now been joined by red squirrels who can be seen running around the beech trees from the cottage There is so much to see and enjoy here, we feel we are permanently on holiday! We are constantly reminded of the scandinavian and roman legacies, from place names, road maps, tumuli and frequent 'finds' of real significance, for instance the only genuine roman helmet was found in a field at Crosby Garrett. It sold, after restoration, for two million pounds a few years ago! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crosby_Garrett_Helmet
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