3 Bedroom (Sleeps 6) Barn in Haverthwaite

Luxury Self Catering Holiday Barn Within The Lake District National Park

At a glance: Child Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Garden.

Barn ref : P34384
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Owner : Wayne Robinson

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Overview
  • Property Type Barn
  • Location Haverthwaite
  • Bedrooms 3 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Minimum nights stay3
  • Low season price per week£385
  • High season price per week£670
  • Average price per week£480
  • Customer rating 5.0 / 5 ( 10 reviews )
  • Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability
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The Barns in Haverthwaite South Lake District

The Barns is a luxury self catering barn conversion set within the idyllic village of Haverthwaite, enjoying panoramic views across the beautiful Southern part of the Lake District National Park.

The barn has recently been restored to a very high standard, with lots of character features throughout such as exposed beams, lakeland stone walls, log burner and feature Rayburn.

The barn is ideally suited for either couples or families wanting to explore the Lake District by either foot or car. You are close to the famous Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway, The Motor museum and many more attractions including the Lakes Aquarium, Cartmel village and you're only 5 mins drive away from the southerm part of Lake Windermere.

Similary this property is the perfect base to explore the popular Lake District tourist areas such as Coniston, Bowness-on-Windermere, Ambleside, Grizdale Forest and the unspoilt west coast. Forest walks and public footpaths can be accessed directly from the property and Grizedale forest is only an 8 mile bike ride away

Accommodation details:
Entrance Hall with Boot Rack and Cloak Room

Spacious open plan living area with corner leather sofa, wood burning stove, 42" Plasma Screen with Freeview and Blue Ray DVD Player. Two large windows overlooking open lakeland countryside

Exposed beams in the Twin Bedroom, bunk room (with sky light) and well appointed house bathroom all of which lead off separate hallway

Wooden stair case leading to a newly fitted open plan kitchen, with large solid oak dining table, feature Rayburn and flat screen Freeview TV. Kitchen then leads to patio and garden area overlooking fantastic valley views

Top floor there is a Double bedroom with exposed beams and roof skylight and flat screen Freeview TV. Room is fitted with Oak furniture and enjoys the use of a separate shower room & WC separated by only a few steps

Reviews

Absolutely stunning barn conversion


By Guests From Birmingham on 13-Oct-2017

Absolutely stunning barn conversion, in a peaceful location and within easy travelling distance to lake Windermere.
The property has everything that we needed. The ground floor has a well equipped kitchen and spacious dining area. On the next floor the lounge is comfortable and cosy. There is a beautiful double bedroom a twin room and a bunk bedroom. The rooms are spacious and the beds are comfortable.
The attention to detail and thought from the owners is spot on- we will definitely return. Thank you.
Tips for other travellers
The anglers arms is just over half a mile away and we found the service and beer very good.( we didn't eat here - but the menu looked reasonable and it was very popular)
Windermere is 25-30 minutes drive. But if you want to a more relaxed option there is the steam railway about 3 minutes drive away. We also fell in love with Cartmel just 5/6 miles away - a really quaint village


5 of of 5

Fantastic place to stay


By Guest From Padbury on 02-Sep-2017

Fantastic place to stay, quirky in its arrangement on three levels but excellent all the same. Plenty of room , lovely to have the welcome pack surprise. Kids loved the bunk bed option and use of Netflix on the smart TV. Will defiantly come back again as location was ideal for surrounding area base.
Tips for other travellers
Very close to the local steam train station which takes you to the lakes where you can catch a boat. Also good motor museum nearby with great cafe. Plenty of pubs and places to eat within a few miles. You will easily fill a week but do your homework on TripAdvisor for things to do before you travel to help you plan activities.


5 of of 5

Wonderful Accommodation


By Mr Launchbury on 21-Aug-2017

Wonderful accommodation in a great location with lovely countryside views. So much to do in the local area. Highly recommended!


5 of of 5

Excellent Communication


By Guest From Exmouth on 19-May-2017

Excellent communication from the owners throughout. Booking and payment was straight forward and regular contact made sure we knew exactly were everything was. Tips for other travellers - Easy to find from the M6 and set just a short distance from one of the main roads connecting to most of the Southern Lakes attractions. Coniston Old Man and Windermere are within easy reach as are many other very scenic areas. For those looking to tackle Scafell Pike then be prepared to drive for just over an hour. The route is stunning though. The property offers easy parking on a Minor road which passes by the property


5 of of 5

Beautiful Cottage


By Guest From Liverpool on 12-May-2017

A beautiful cottage in a beautiful setting. The perfect base for exploring the local area. We had a lovely time and we're sad to leave. Will be back!
Rusland Pool Hotel does nice food and has a great outdoor playground for kids. We loved hunting for the Gruffalo at Grizedale Forest and visiting the local steam railway which had a lovely cafe and shop too


5 of of 5

Had the most wonderful time


By Guests From Liverpool on 28-Apr-2017

Had the most wonderful time at The Barns. Excellent location to explore the Southern Lakes, beautiful setting, lovely view from the garden, and the house itself is superb! Cannot speak highly enough about the property, or the owners, who are extremely helpful, responsive, and accommodating (the welcome pack was a very nice touch). Will DEFINITELY be returning. Tips for other travellers LOL, where to start? We travelled to Lake Coniston (20 mins drive) and hiked up Old Man Coniston (tough walk but my 5 year old son did it so definitely doable and the view is worth it, believe me! The town of Ulverston is a 10 min drive away which has an excellent supermarket (Booths), and while there a short walk up to Hoad Monument offers superb views of the area. Then theres Lake Windermere(again, approx 20 mins drive away) where you can hire a boat on the lake for around £30 which is well worth it(kids loved it). My last tip is this: Just go there, its awesome!


5 of of 5

Accommodation & Service second to none


By Guest From Louth on 22-Apr-2017

Have to say that the accom and service are second to none as well as affordable excellent value. Second summer stay at the barns. So much to do and see in the area.


5 of of 5

Had a lovely stay


By Guests From Lymm on 14-Apr-2017

Had lovely stay here - cottage was spacious and well equipped - felt very at home. Tips for other travellers - Enjoyed several walks and a bike ride at Grisedale forest. You can also get steam train to Lakeside to visit Aquarium which was good. Last day our kids were tired so we drove round to Muncaster Castle to see gardens and bird displays (owls/birds of prey and heron feeding)


5 of of 5

Beautiful Barn


By Guests From London on 03-Mar-2017

Beautiful barn, and easy to get to from the M6. The place was very clean when we arrived, with lots of space available for 6 adults. The kitchen in particular was large and well-stocked. A good number of bathrooms. I would certainly stay again, and would recommend to anyone else.


5 of of 5

Very roomy & comfortable cottage


By Guests From Chepstow on 17-Feb-2017

Very roomy and comfortable cottage. The location is great for exploring the Southern Lakes and peninsulas. Fantastic place to come home to after busy days out. A gem.
Tips for other travellers, Haverthwaite railway and boat to Bowness, Grange over Sands, walk up to Gummer's How


5 of of 5
Prices
18th Oct 19 to 24th Oct 19 School Half Term £570 Per WK
25th Oct 19 to 19th Dec 19 Low Season £385 Per WK & £300 WKend
19th Dec to 02nd Jan 2020 Christmas & New Year £670 Per WK
03rd Jan to 13th Feb 2020 Low Season £385 Per WK & £330 WKend
14th Feb to 20th Feb 2020 Feb Half Term £495 Per WK
21st Feb to 02nd April 2020 Low Season £385 Per WK & £330 WKend
03rd April to 16th April 2020 Easter Holidays £670 Per WK
17th April to 21st May 2020 Spring Season £450 Per WK & £330 WKend
22nd May to 28th May 2020 School Half Term 670 Per WK
29th May to 25th June 2020 Summer Season £470 Per WK & £330 WKend
26th June to 16th July 2020 Scottish Holidays £570 Per WK
17th July to 27th Aug 2020 Peak Season £670 Per WK
28th Aug to 24th Sept 2020 Late Summer £490 Per WK & £330 WKend
25th Sept to 22nd Oct 2020 Autumn Season £400 Per WK & £330 WKend
23rd Oct to 29th Oct 2020 Oct Half Term £570 Per WK
30th Oct to 20th Dec 2020 Low Season £385 Per WK & £330 WKend
21st Dec to 04th Jan 2021 Christmas & New Year £670 Per WK
Location
Suitability
Children Welcome
Facilities
Refrigerator Hob Oven
Microwave Dishwasher Toaster
Dining room Internet Telephone
Wood stove Heating Linens provided
Washing machine Tumble dryer Parking
Garage Living room Hairdryer
Ironing board Television Dvds
Video library Games Books
Garden
Theme
Adventure Away from it all Family
Romantic Sports activities Tourist attractions
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