Thrang

Seathwaite, Cumbria
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At-a-glance details

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Preferred changeover day Saturday
  • Minimum stay 2 nights
  • Number of dogs welcome 0
  • Acorn rating 2 What's this?
  • Reference 009024

About Thrang

A rural hideaway in Duddon Valley, this farmhouse is a peaceful retreat amongst fells and streams.

Thrang has been enjoyed as a holiday home since the 1950s and although its interiors have been updated, the notion of it being a rural hideaway has remained the same. You’ll be tucked away amongst the fells and streams of the Duddon Valley, where access to the house is through working farmland and across a wooden footbridge. This rustic farmhouse is very remote and in the most peaceful of places. Inside reveals a classic farmhouse interior where many original features remain, from the old cottage range and slate floors to the low beamed ceilings and dark wooden floorboards.

The Duddon Valley offers local low level walking straight from your doorstep. If you’re up for a challenge you’ll not be far from the higher fells of Scafell and Scafell Pike. There are also opportunities for pony trekking, fishing and cycling in the local area. 

Further afield in the Lake District, the majestic countryside of Tarn Hows and Coniston are a 40-minute drive away. Walk around the mountain lake and watch the mountain scenery unfold. Tarn Hows is located in the low level hills between the villages of Coniston and Hawkshead and is ideal for a walk or cycle trip from either.
 

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Features and facilities

  • Cot & high chair available
  • Microwave available
  • Fridge available
  • Freezer available
  • Dishwasher not available
  • Washing machine not available
  • Tumble dryer available
  • Telephone not available
  • Television available
  • DVD available
  • WiFi* not available
  • Open fire / wood burner available
  • Garden available
  • BBQ not available

Accessibility

Not accessible

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Layout

  • Ground floor

    Sitting/dining room with open fire in an old cottage range, kitchen with electric cooker, and utility room leading to shower room with lavatory.

  • First floor

    Three bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin and 1 single)

Notes for guests

Access: The access statement is for guidance only. For up to date photos please those images in the main website page.

Heating: Electric radiators included. 

Parking: There is a signed space for one car in the farmyard below the house. Parking is 250 metres from the cottage.

Access: To reach the cottage visitors must walk the last 250 metres, crossing over a wooden footbridge. During wet weather the path up to the cottage may become difficult to walk on.

Garden: There is a small walled and grassed area in front of the cottage. Walkers have access to footpaths that pass both sides of the cottage.

Please Note: Water is supplied from the fell and may be in short supply at certain times of the year.

Linen: is not available at this cottage. Duvets and pillows will be on the beds but you will need to take your own sheets, duvet covers, pillow cases and towels.

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About the Acorn rating

We have applied a 1-5 Acorn rating to each cottage to be used only as a guide that covers location, style of interior and facilities you may be looking for. The range runs from 1 Acorn at a more basic level through to 5 Acorns at the highest level. Cottage pricing is not judged on the Acorn rating alone and as all our cottages are of an individual nature we recommend that all factors are considered when making your choice.

1 Acorn: simple living accommodation with basic furniture and fixtures fit for purpose, safe and clean. Running water and a WC are provided. There could be some limitations to heating and washing facilities (details of these will be stated clearly on the cottage's webpage). Bedding, linen and towels are supplied (with a few exceptions, which is again clearly stated). Facilities for basic catering and living are provided. Generally a 1 acorn cottage does not have wifi. Examples of a 1 acorn offer include Cartref, Wales and Rosedene, Worcestershire.

2 Acorn: a mid-quality range of furniture and fittings. Bathroom facilities are basic or there may be a high sleeps to bathroom ratio depending on the size of the cottage. Very few 2 acorn cottages have wifi and, similar to a 1 Acorn cottage, the kitchen white goods and washing facilities are basic in their offer. All 2 (and higher) Acorn cottages supply bedding, linen and towels. Examples of a 2 acorn offer include Engine Cottage, Cornwall and High Hallgarth, Cumbria.

3 Acorn: a good, standard offer. Generally it is correctly proportioned for the number of guests but could have a few compromises, for example a small sized kitchen, or a lower bathroom to guest ratio. The variety of white goods available will be better than a 2 Acorn cottage. Examples of a 3 acorn cottage include the Mustard Pot Cottage, Norfolk and Rose Cottage, Isle of Wight.

4 Acorn: these cottage have more premium furniture, fittings and lighting. Additionally it is likely to have added comfort extras. The ratio of bathrooms to guests will be higher, and the bathrooms would be more likely to have separate and spacious showers as opposed to over bath showers. Examples of a 4 Acorn offer include Portland House, Dorset and Stepper View, Cornwall.

5 Acorn: a luxury accommodation offer with very few limiting factors. It is well-equipped and has spacious facilities throughout the cottage. This is the highest offer available. The furniture is of high standard, and has real comfort for modern living. Examples of a 5 Acorn cottage include The Old Rectory, South Wales and West Gate Lodge, Yorkshire.

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