Beautiful bespoke micro lodge pods, nestled in the grounds of a 17th Century farmhouse right in the heart of The Lake District National Park - enjoy stunning views directly from your bed.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
These two micro lodge pods are wonderfully located on the very beautiful Broadrayne Farm. Being in the centre of The Lake District National Park means you’re surrounded by the most stunning scenery. Built for two adults, each pod makes a gloriously romantic retreat - with walks from the door and a traditional Lakeland pub just 400m down the road. And indulgent underfloor heating and a wood burning stove makes it a great place to escape to any time of year.
Step inside to appreciate the beauty of these handbuilt pods. Timber-clad inside, the bespoke design speaks for itself. In the lounge there is a large sofa, dining table and wall mounted LED TV - perfect for snuggling down in front of after a day exploring the surrounding fells. And underfloor heating means that you won’t need to wait for the fire to get going to be toasty.
The kitchen is small but perfectly formed with an oven, induction hob, small fridge, kettle, toaster and plenty of pots, pans and crockery - in fact there’s everything you need to create the perfect romantic feast.
The bedroom is incredibly cosy with soft white linens and warm woollen blankets. The storage under the bed is a nice touch. And the dazzling view of the surrounding hills will make the perfect accompaniment to your morning cup of tea.
Tucked away at the back of the pod is a smart bathroom with shower, heated towel rail and fluffy white towels. And outside there’s a private terrace with a lovely seating area and the most glorious views - it would be rude not to add something fizzy.
It’s also worth mentioning that these pods have great eco-credentials too - with full insulation and an eco-friendly wood chip burner providing all the hot water.
Location-wise, these pods have hit the jackpot. You can enjoy mountain and valley walks directly from the door - in fact the famous Coast to Coast walk runs directly through Broadrayne Farm. It’s also an easy stroll to the local village of Grasmere - a picturesque gem (and former home of the poet William Wordsworth) with plenty of tea shops and gift shops to explore. And if popping to a local pub is high on your holiday agenda, then you’ll be pleased to hear that there’s a traditional Lakeland pub serving up hearty meals just 400m away.
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