How Hill Farm Cottage

2 Bedroom Cottage in the Lake District near Greystoke

Newly renovated, self contained cottage in annexe of a farmhouse in the beautiful Lake District. Enjoy all the offerings of rural life on this working farm, with the convenience of Penrith town centre 8 miles away. Wake up to stunning views of the fells and spend your day exploring the area, with access to bridle paths and public footpaths. How Hill Farm is an ideal location for exploring the nearby Lake District National Park and enjoying all Cumbria has to offer.ideal for bringing your pony.

2 Bedrooms
Off-road Parking
Pets Welcome
No Smoking

Outstanding views of Carrock Fells and Blencathra. 

Caldbeck, Hesket Newmarket and Greystoke villages are a mere 5 miles away, with pubs providing food in both villages. Enjoy a locally brewed beer in The Crown in Hesket Newmarket, or a dip in the outdoor swimming pool in Greystoke, which is open from May until September. The market town of Keswick is 15 miles away and offers restaurants, shops, a museum, miniature golf and an indoor climbing wall. Nearby Lowther Castle offers a wonderful day out, with castle ruins, gardens and woodlands to explore. With Penrith town centre a 9 mile drive away, access to pubs, restaurants and shops is within easy reach of How Hill Farm. Ullswater and Bassenthwaite Lakes are also easily accessible and offer a variety of watersports for all to enjoy. For those wishing to hike, Skiddaw, Blencathra and Helvellyn are also on the doorstep of How Hill Farm. Pooley Bridge is a very popular location just 8 miles away

The charming village of Greystoke has a number of 17th Century cottages and is conveniently situated just 5 miles from Penrith. Set just on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park, only 5 miles from Ullswater and the numerous picturesque walks available make this a fabulous location for fans of the outdoors. Nearby, the popular town of Keswick is the holiday centre of the north of the Lake District and has plenty to offer, boasting numerous shops and restaurants to suit all tastes, as well as offering the Theatre on the Lake, a charming cinema, museum, indoor climbing wall and miniature golf. The area also steeped in history with a 10th century church in the village, lovely castle in Penrith and the stunning remains of Lowther Castle.

Greystoke provides easy access to the spectacular Cumbrian countryside which can be explored by both car and on foot, and the southern Lakes, Eden Valley, Pennines Solway Coast and Hadrian's Wall all within close proximity, making this a great location with plenty to see and do.