Parkgate Farm Cottage

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Sleeps 6

Three bed cottage in the Western Lakes ideal for Eskdale and Wasdale with a patio and stunning rural views. Large lounge/ diner. Walking distance from Muncaster Castle. Sleeps 6.

  • Family
  • Group Holidays
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Weekend Breaks

About this Holiday Cottage

Nestling on the edge of a working farm in the Western Lakes, Parkgate Farm Cottage in Irton is a spacious three bedroom property ideal for walking and exploring Eskdale and Wasdale. Numerous attractions for the whole family are within easy reach including Muncaster Castle situated within easy walking distance, golf and coarse fishing in Eskdale, steam railways, Coniston Water and England's highest peak Scarfell Pike - a mere 5 miles from the farm. Ideal for families, guests are welcome to come and meet our friendly farm donkeys during their stay.

Accommodating six guests, the cottage has three bedrooms including two doubles and a twin room. Living space includes a spacious lounge diner with stunning rural views, a tv, fire and comfy seating. An archway leads from the lounge through to the kitchen which is well equipped with a microwave, oven and all kitchen accessories. Doors lead from the lounge area out on to the pretty patio area with furniture provided and wonderful country views.

More about staying here

The farm offers lots of space for children to play and a choice of scenic walks branch out from the cottage. Whether you're looking for the perfect Lakeland cottage retreat or the ideal activity holiday base for Wasdale and Eskdale, Parkgate Farm Cottage is the perfect choice and within walking distance of Muncaster Castle and Owlery!

Special to Parkgate Farm Cottage

New for Spring 2013 - well stocked carp fishing pond

Availability information

Weekend and short breaks in the spring and autumn.