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Self-Catering in Penrith

National Trust Cottages, Penrith, Cumbria

National Trust Cottages
Crowdundle
Temple Sowerby

Penrith
Cumbria

CA10 1SP | View map
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The approach to this apartment in this historic house is through glorious sweeping parkland. The apartment has retained many original features and makes a spacious and comfortable holiday base. Visitors will be able to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the grounds at Acorn Bank ‘out of hours’ - a real pleasure.

Ground Floor
Small kitchen, sitting/dining room, bedroom (1 double), bathroom with shower over bath.

Visitor Notes
Night storage 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. When the property is open, the visiting public can be seen from the windows of this apartment. Two night short breaks available at this cottage.

Accommodates 2 + cot

Details

Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Apartment
Nearest Major Town: Penrith
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