About this listing
Orchard Cottage, situated in Greystoke Cumbria. A delightful small Village on the fringe of the Northern Lakes, sandwiched between the Magnificent Lakes and the Beautiful Eden Valley. We off a comfortable en-suite family room with a hearty breakfast.
Large private room with en-suite shower room.
Double and single bed, TV, wireless internet. The room overlooks the private walled garden. Tea can be served on the Patio, weather permitting !!
There is ample off road parking. Your great English breakfast will be cooked and served in the beautiful dining room by your host Wendy.
Situated on the English Coast to Coast cycle route and convenient for visiting the Lake District, The Eden Valley and Hadrian's Wall, marking the limit of the ancient Roman Empire.
Orchard Cottage sits in a delightful Cumbrian village.
In the village we have a medieval church, a privately owned castle, a Post Office/ Shop, Open air Swimming Pool (summer only) a busy work shop for a variety of interesting craft classes and finally a junior School.
Naturaly we have a Pub, The "Boot and Shoe", which serves great meals and is only 300 yards away.
I offer Free WI and the use of the back gardens for relaxing in.
The bedroom is large and most guests use it to relax in, the breakfast is served in the dinning room.
Interaction with Guests
I am always here to welcome my guests and to help them in any way I can. As a family we can advise them if they would like to take interesting walks in the Lakeland Hills or the Eden Valley. The local swimming pool is open in Summer time.
We have a caring community in Greystoke. Only yesterday we held a tea party to raise money for Breast cancer Care. a lot of work went into baking and setting up the Village hall to make it pretty and inviting.
this weekend coming our Church is holding a Craft Exhibition and we once again welcome the Public to visit our Church. Teas will be served.
We do have a limited public transport system to and from Penrith. There is one bus to connect with Keswick each day.
Other Things to Note
I am the Bell Captain in our Church. We have a ring of six bells, three date back to the early 1400 century. Two were newly cast bells for the Millennium. We practice each Thursday evening from 7.30 until 9pm.
It do not allow smoking and no I do not take pets either.