We have a flexible cancellation policy in the event of the government extending or reintroducing a lock down, either nationally or locally. All deposits and payments made will be refunded or an alternative date will be offered.
We have taken all possible steps to protect our guests, who are encouraged to maintain the cleanliness of the property during their stay.
Please get in touch if you have any queries or comments.
This 4 star single storey characterful cottage is on a 17th century farm in Skelwith Bridge near Ambleside in the heart of the Lake District, surrounded by scenic countryside. It is tastefully furnished and beautifully appointed with level access and parking.
The accommodation benefits from oil fired central heating and is mainly double glazed. It is suitable for all year round holidays. Electricity is included.
Kitchen/diner : fully equipped with electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a slow cooker and ironing facilities.
Lounge : with open fire (available October-April) and comfortable seating, HD TV with Sky movies and sports channels, DVD and CD player, free WIFI. There are 3 steps to access the living room. Coal and logs are included.
Double bedroom : pretty bedroom with pine furniture and washbasin
Twin bedroom : pretty bedroom with pine furniture
Both bedrooms have crisp white bed linen, colour co-ordinated soft furnishings and hairdryers.
Family bathroom. Spacious bathroom with electric shower over the bath, basin, WC, heated towel rail and electric shaver point. There is a single step down to the bathroom. Towels are included.
Drying room: for wet walking boots and clothes.
Outside: Delightful patio with outdoor seating and BBQ. Bike storage and parking for 2 cars. Rotary clothes airer.
The property is personally cleaned and maintained to a high standard by the owners who are in residence on the farm.
Excellent accommodation, very clean and tidy. A real home from home. Would stay again.
Upon arriving at Mill Brow we were greeted by the owner who showed us how to use the facilities and then left us to our own devices to relax. The owner kindly left some milk so we could have the all important first cuppa after a long journey. The cottage was spotless and had some nice touches, for example a copy of the radio times. It is in a good location, a few miles from Ambleside so you are close enough for the facilities but outside the hustle and bustle of the town.