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Located in Acorn House, a Grade I listed mansion, this apartment is popular with those wanting to stay on a traditional estate in a glorious part of Britain. The approach to the apartment is through sweeping parkland which visitors can enjoy in peace and tranquillity when the house is closed to visitors.
Bank Wood is situated on the first floor, in the west wing. There are many historic features in this spacious and comfortable holiday home with sweeping views over the countryside. The apartment is an ideal base for walkers with easy access to the Lakes and Pennines.
The apartment has no private gardens but visitors can enjoy the woodland walk along Crowdundle Beck, which is full of wild flowers and beautiful trees, to the partially restored Acorn Bank watermill.
The cottage's layout
- Ground floor
- entrance hall, laundry room.
- First floor
- sitting/dining room, bathroom with shower over bath, kitchen, 1 double bedroom with 5' bed.
***Please note that the interior decor and furnishings depicted in the photographs may differ from that which is currently present. New images will be added in the near future***
Wood pellet central heating included.
Parking: A designated parking space for one car in the car park near to the apartment.
Regrettably open fires are not allowed in the feature fireplaces.
The cot in this cottage is a travel cot.
- Let starts
- Min stay
- Dogs allowed
- Yes, 1
- Cottage ref
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- Dogs welcome
- Pub nearby
- Garden appeal
- Shared tumble dryer
- Shared washing machine
- Double bed
Things to see and do nearby
- North West England
The North West of England is most famous for its beautiful Lake District, which has inspired so many poets and authors over the centuries. Spectacular scenery and a feast of local produce to try provides a wonderful way to enjoy a summer holiday, romantic break or family gathering. This is an area to seek out active enjoyment; to walk, climb on the mountains, to sail and fish on the lakes and tarns, cycle or challenge yourself to a high rope walk. For the less energetic who, nevertheless want to enjoy the spectacular scenery, there are some fantastic pubs and restaurants where you can enjoy local, seasonal produce, such as Herdwick meat, Morecambe Bay shrimps, locally made cheese, Cumberland sausage, sticky toffee pudding or a local beer - there are 13 micro breweries in Cumbria. The National Trust cares for a quarter of the Lake District, including the central fell area, the major valley heads and six of the main lakes and much of their shoreline. All of our cottages are set in beautiful Lake District countryside.
- Lake District
The spectacular Lake District is considered by many to be the jewel in England\'s crown, offering the country\'s highest mountains, most stunning scenery, and loveliest countryside. Above all, it is a place to seek out active enjoyment; to walk, climb on the mountains, to sail and fish on the lakes. The National Trust protects about a quarter of the Lake District, including the central fell area, the major valley heads, and six of the main lakes and much of their shoreline. Among the National Trust\'s historic properties are two houses of immense literary heritage. The Georgian Wordsworth House in Cockermouth is the birthplace of the poet William Wordsworth, and Hill Top, a petite 17th-century house, in the hamlet of Near Sawrey, is where Beatrix Potter wrote many of her children\'s stories.
- Current cottage
- Holiday cottage
place to visit
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- Exhibitions in Penrith
- Pony Trekking
National Trust places to visit
- Acorn Bank Garden and Watermill
- Delightful garden renowned for its herbs and old English fruit; with superb tea-room and woodland walks
- Ullswater and Aira Force
- Beautiful lake winding through a glaciated valley, and an impressive waterfall
- 17th-century Lake District stone and slate house, former home of a wealthy farming family
- Stagshaw Garden
- Steep woodland garden, noted for its flowering shrubs
- Windermere and Troutbeck
- Fine walking country around the shores of Windermere, including Bridge House and the Footprint Building
- Spectacular and varied landscape around Derwentwater
Comments from past visitors
The Lander Family
- March 2013
Mr R Styles
- December 2012
- December 2012
Dave and Alison
- October 2012
Shirley & Howard
Jennie & David
What it will cost
- VAT at the current rate
- Linen, heating and electricity (except where shown in the cottage details)
(not included in the price table above)
- A non-refundable £10 charge is not included, and will be added to the total price of your holiday to cover the cost of accidental breakages
- Unfortunately we cannot accept website bookings more than 15 months in advance. Please call 0344 335 1287 or email email@example.com to enquire about future cottage bookings and reservations.
- As part of the annual pricing review of all its cottages the National Trust reserves the right to move individual cottages up or down the price bands and to alter date breaks. We also reserve the right to charge supplements for certain cottages for specific dates covering special events, e.g. Rosetta Cottages on the Isle of Wight during Cowes week. We will notify you of any special event supplements at the time of booking.