Welcome to Red Hall Holiday Cottages Cumbria
Red Hall Farm Holiday Cottages Cumbria offer a choice of two newly converted, eco-friendly luxury self catering properties, peacefully situated on a 'Farming for Wildlife' award winning working dairy farm, close to the North Lakeland Fells, near Wigton in the Northern Lake District in Cumbria.
The two holiday cottages have been lovingly renovated from a 200 year old barn and retain many of the original features including exposed brickwork, original oak beams and high ceilings. They have been finished to a very high standard. The Old Bothy sleeps 4 people (1 king & 1 twin), whilst The Old Grainstore sleeps 6 people (1 king, 1 double & 1 twin). The two properties can be rented together in order to accommodate a group of 10 people.
Guests have the opportunity to enjoy walks on the farmland and to observe the many birds and animals.
The cottages are surrounded by acres of peaceful farmland, but are also close to local towns and villages. This superb location offers easy access to the Lake District with the bustling market town of Keswick being just 18 miles away.
There are so many opportunities nearby for fell walking, road biking and mountain biking, with breathtaking local peaks such as Skiddaw and Blencathra. The pretty Lakeland village of Caldbeck is just 8 miles away.
Whinlatter Forest offers some excellent mountain biking trails as well as GoApe!, the tree top adventure course. You could take a lake cruise on Derwentwater, visit some of the area's excellent visitor attractions including Theatre by the Lake, Honister Slate Mine, Cumberland Pencil Museum and Mirehouse & Gardens. Hadrian’s Wall and the historic county city of Carlisle with its interesting museums and galleries are within easy reach, while Silloth and the Solway coast is just fifteen minutes away.
Wishing you'd booked a get away for the school holidays?!
Due to a last minute cancellation we have availability in The Old Grainstore from Tuesday 30th August for 3 nights - please get in touch for more details.