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Self-Catering in Penrith

National Trust Cottages, Penrith, Cumbria

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Birksike
Acorn Bank Garden
Temple Sowerby

Penrith
Cumbria

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Occupying one end of the top floor of Acorn Bank this apartment has two bedrooms one of which has views over the renowned sunken garden. The name Birk Sike is taken from a ditch, Sike being the local word for ditch, that can be seen from the property. The apartment is accessed through the house via the main staircase.

Second Floor
Large entrance hall, sitting/dining room, small kitchen, two bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin), bathroom with shower over bath.

Visitor Notes
Oil central heating included. There is no private garden but there are a number of paths for gentle circular walks through surrounding woodland and along Crowdundle Beck. Two night short breaks available at this cottage.

Accommodates 4 + cot

Details

Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Apartment
Nearest Major Town: Penrith
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