Wood Hall, set on a south-facing hillside with incredible panoramic views of fells and valleys, is a luxurious property with original features, modern amenities, and six acres of landscaped gardens.
What makes a stay at Wood Hall unique?
Wood Hall is a truly stylish retreat that benefits from both modern and traditional features. Most of the rooms benefit from incredible fell views, and the master bedroom also includes a copper freestanding bath and a balcony. A separate characterful Coach House has its own bedroom and lounge.
There are six acres of landscaped gardens with two summer houses, kitchen garden, children's play area, orchard, and BBQ. The gardens have features in Cumbria Life and Country Life magazines.
With prior arrangement, groceries can be delivered and unpacked for you the day before your arrival.
What is the capacity for Wood Hall?
Wood Hall sleeps up to 18 people in a king size bedroom (with balcony, free standing bath and en suite shower room), four double rooms (two en suite), three twins (one with en suite), two additional bathrooms, and a shower room. There is also an additional king size bedroom and a lounge in a separate Coach House.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Cockermouth area?
Cockermouth is a lovely little market town with lots of independent and antique shops. The childhood home of William Wordsworth is now a museum owned by the National Trust and you can truly step back in history here and experience life as it was in the Lakeland poet's youth.
The Jennings Brewery offers tours and tastings and there is a (privately owned) ruined castle that can be viewed from the river.
Cockermouth also has plenty of eateries, an auction house, and a cinema cum music venue. There are riverside walks and narrow backstreets to explore. There is also a large Sainsbury's supermarket.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Cockermouth has plenty of pubs, cafes, and restaurants to choose from. A short drive away is the fine-dining establishment The Cottage in the Woods in Whinlatter Forest.