Tarnside Holiday Cottages: Farlam near Brampton in CumbriaTARNSIDE COTTAGES
Farlam,
Brampton,
Carlisle,
Cumbria
CA8 1LA

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Each cottage sleeps 4 +cot.
Pets welcome (max 2).

Price range: £285 - £495 pw.
Short breaks from £90 per night, 2 nights min.
Open all Year.

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For further details please contact:

Anne Barnes
Tel: 016977 46675
Mob: 07760433191
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
3 Nov, 10 Nov, 17 Nov, 24 Nov


A unique place to stay. Tarnside Cottages are owned by 1979 Grand National Hero Maurice Barnes and his wife Anne. Both are built of local stone / cedarwood and have cosy log fires. A friend welcome awaits you at Tarnside Farm / Racing Stables. Both cottages have log burning stoves and we provide as many logs as you need free of charge. The views over the Tarn and up to the Lake District fells are spectacular and no matter what time of year you stay at Tarnside it is always beautiful.

Accommodation:  
  • Both cottages have a double and a twin room. The double is upstairs and the twin is on the groundfloor.
  • Cosy duvets on all beds.
  • Bathrooms have larger than standard shower cubicles and power showers.
  • Linen and towels are provided free of charge.
  • Both cottages have TV with Sky freeview, CD player and Radio.
  • Log Burning Fires in both cottages, logs and firelighters are supplied.
  • The kitchen is well fitted out with a Dishwasher, Fridge, Microwave and Cooker with hob, electric steamer and Sandwich Maker.
  • Washing machine / BBQ for visitors use.
  • All visitors will find a complimentary bottle of wine and some chocolates on their arrival.
  • Electicity is included in the price.
  • WiFi now in cottages.
  • The cottages have a superb view over the Tarn and wild birds feed from the birdtables in front of the patio windows. There are lots of different birds aroud the Tarn and the Woodpecker comes regularly!
  • Visitors can meet the horses and see them at work on the gallops.
Location  
  • 10 miles from Carlisle.
  • We have 180 acres of land around the farm and we keep breeding sheep and also train Race Horses.
  • We have free range hens and eggs can be purchased.
  • The cottages are open all year and we allow short breaks from October to April, cost £160 for any two nights.
  • The Tarn is very peaceful and relaxing place to walk around and is only 5 mins from the cottages.
  • Hadrian's Wall.
  • Fishing.
  • Golf: Brampton Golf Course (2 miles).
  • Riding: Parkfoot Trekking. Sue Foster 017684 86696.
  • Blacksmith's Arms, Talkin, 1 mile.
  • Talkin Tarn, 5 mins walk.
  • Talkin Tarn - Rowing Club.
  • Gelt Woods - walking.
  • Brampton Antique Centre.
  • Pony trekking at Parkfoot, Pooley Bridge, Penrith.
If you are arriving late we light the fire and pop a bottle of wine in the fridge, you can relax immediately!!
 
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
3 Nov, 10 Nov, 17 Nov, 24 Nov



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TARNSIDE COTTAGES
Farlam,
Brampton,
Carlisle,
Cumbria
CA8 1LA

_________________

Each cottage sleeps 4 +cot.
Pets welcome (max 2).

Price range: £285 - £495 pw.
Short breaks from £90 per night, 2 nights min.
Open all Year.

_________________

For further details please contact:

Anne Barnes
Tel: 016977 46675
Mob: 07760433191
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
3 Nov, 10 Nov, 17 Nov, 24 Nov




A unique place to stay. Tarnside Cottages are owned by 1979 Grand National Hero Maurice Barnes and his wife Anne. Both are built of local stone / cedarwood and have cosy log fires. A friend welcome awaits you at Tarnside Farm / Racing Stables. Both cottages have log burning stoves and we provide as many logs as you need free of charge. The views over the Tarn and up to the Lake District fells are spectacular and no matter what time of year you stay at Tarnside it is always beautiful.







Accommodation:   Location   If you are arriving late we light the fire and pop a bottle of wine in the fridge, you can relax immediately!!
 





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