Utility Area: With washing machine, tumble drier and vacuum system
Kitchen: Granite worktops throughout with Siemens appliances consisting of electric oven, gas hob, microwave, freezer, fridge and dishwasher
Dining Area: Positioned to take in the stunning views from the patio doors which give way to the large deck
Lounge Area: With TV and DVD, electric fireplace and deep cushioned seating
Bedroom 3: With zip n link super king bed (can be split as two singles), and TV.
Shower Room: With luxurious double cubicle with seating, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Lower Ground Floor:
Bedroom 2: With king size oak sleigh bed and smart TV, balcony and utilises lower bathroom with deep bath, separate shower cubicle with seating, wash basin and WC.
Bedroom 1: With zip n link super king bed (can be split as two singles), smart TV, access to balcony and utilises lower bathroom with deep bath, separate shower cubicle with seating, wash basin and WC.
We've just come away from a week spent at Jackdaw Quarry Lodge. We had such a lovely week, the lodge is beautiful and Allison and Graeme have really thought of everything and made it feel very much like home.
Superb accommodation, really well thought out fixtures and fittings, and everything is spotlessly clean. Availability is limited because it is booked solid so book well in advance to avoid disappointment. Money well spent. We will be back.
My husband and I arrived home yesterday from a 3 night break at Jackdaw Quarry Lodge and it was fabulous. The owner Graeme was more than helpful in the lead up to our stay offering us information about the lodge and the local area. The lodge itself cannot be faulted it is just as lovely as depicted in the photos but with extra luxuries thrown in such as games, DVDs, toiletries and a delicious fruit basket and other extras for our arrival.
The quarry itself is even more charming than I thought, with a vast cliff side and crystal clear waters (you can see the divers in the water) it really was the essence of relaxation and peacefulness. I imagine in the Spring and Summer months this area comes alive even more however considering it was January it truly was amazing.
Discover the Grasmere Gingerbread Shop and experience the wonderful taste and aroma of freshly baked gingerbread.
Filled with Ruskin’s treasures, from paintings and furniture to his own personal memorabilia. A registered museum, Brantwood house offers the opportunity to look into the life of one of England’s most important cultural figures.
Visit this early 13th-century castle to view a large number of historic artifacts collected by the Pennington family over the centuries, and walk along the miles of woodland paths that wind through this scenic estate.