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Steve J - verified booking
"We stayed in Red Stables for a week and our party was two parents, one 10 year old and one 18 month old. The property was ideal for this kind of family, but would also suit many other groups. We did not have to stress out about the 18 month old, because the property was really child-friendly. Red Stables is in a very rural location about 15 minutes drive from Carlisle; originally a red brick stables which served the farmhouse behind it. The farm around it is a working livestock farm, mainly with cows, but do not expect that to interfere with your stay in any way whatsoever. Apart from Carlisle, there are many scenic drives to easily complete in a day if you can drag yourselves out of the jacuzzi. The coast is only a half hour drive away, the Hadrian's Wall trail a bit longer and it is easy to visit the northern lakes or take the M6 down and round to Windermere etc. The conversion was completed in 2012 and gives one a wonderful bespoke space to enjoy that has an amazing amount of privacy, considering the owners are literally in the farmhouse the stables originally served right behind and next to the building. There is no interference from the owners and you are not overlooked when inside the property in any way, although the top to bottom glass front door faces the (hardly used) road and means you might want to grab something to wear when nipping from the downstairs bedroom to the wet-room/toilet next to it. Obviously, given the fantastic siting of the hot tub with its amazing views it is slightly overlooked, but this is a trivial compromise. The hot tub is really worth paying the surcharge for because it puts the property head and shoulders above its peers in terms of offering something really unique to experience. We used it a lot, even when the sun was not shining. There is now a lovely raised, decked BBQ area to the side of the hot tub with a table, two benches and a gas BBQ. We used it every day because it was so convenient, even when there was some light rain. Inside, the accommodation features a spacious kitchen/diner/living area with a high pitched ceiling and two heavy exposed wood beams. The high ceiling makes the room feel really airy, but there is not much extraction near the hob (a small wall extractor fan) if you want to do cooking indoors. There are plenty of pots and pans with cooking accoutrements, knives and plates and cutlery for 6. You will also find a welcome dishwasher, but that and the under counter fridge did not work especially effectively, so do not buy too much food at a time. The room is furnished with a dining table and 4 chairs (better than those in the pictures), two 2-seater leather sofas and a television and DVD player (with Freeview, no Freesat). We also had a nice, clean high chair which does not have the cushions that tend to get so grubby for our toddler (provided for a nominal charge). There are some family games to play under the telly which were very welcome. The internet router has a variable performance speed, depending on the time of day and I assume how much demand there is in the local area for the limited bandwidth available at any given time (but then you are not coming to a location like this for internet connectivity, are you!). If you like to stream, this is not the place for you, but you can always download before you come or set downloads to run when the internet speeds up. The rest of the downstairs is made up of a double or twin bedroom (they will set it up how you choose) with enough storage furniture to hang a few clothes and fill some drawers. We had it set up as a double room (king size when the two singles are put together) and chose to use this as our adult bedroom because it is next to the toilet/wet-room. The bed was really comfortable, with a good quality mattress protector. Upstairs features a large bedroom with some nice features from the original building and again has a pitched ceiling. Again, the bed is really comfortable and is a king size. We had the small toddler, so chose to put the nice clean cot which was provided (on request for a nominal charge) in this room and our other daughter chose to sleep upstairs in this room with her. Although Lakes Cottage Holidays warn that some of their properties do not come with towels, this one came with 8 (enough to use for the hot tub and the wet-room over the course of our week). On top of this, the owners provide tea, coffee, sugar, milk, a loaf of bread, butter and a bowl of fruit to welcome you which was a lovely and really appreciated touch. The property looks just as good as the photos show it off and we were not disappointed about anything. The location is fantastic, but obviously there is nothing on your doorstep apart from the wonderful views. We would strongly recommend this property as being something unique and different, and a superb place to get away from it all and relax. P.S. There can be quite a lot of insect activity after dark, but in the summer the evenings are late enough for this not to be a problem. Just keep the windows and doors closed and they will not be much of a problem."
orrellvisitor - verified booking
"We visited as an extended family of grandparents, parents, other adults, a baby and a dog and were swiftly followed by the autumn storms Abigail and, in rapid succession, Barney who brought days and days of rain and high winds. Trips out were few and far between and inevitably ended with cold and damp returns to The Hayloft. The tiled and heated ground floor entrance is a great asset and accommodated our boots, wellies, waterproofs, brollies, pram and doggy 'stuff' with ease. Upstairs the huge living / dining / kitchen area is comfy and very well equipped which meant we were not at all cramped during the times when we all stayed in together. Bedrooms and bathrooms are equally warm and spacious, having big comfy beds and plenty of hot water. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay despite the weather and hope to return to explore the area further. Our hosts made us feel very welcome and the grounds of their adjacent house definitely enhanced the lovely views from every window."
Sidharth - verified booking
"Very disappointed, we left early because the property is not clean at all. We noticed cobwebs and at at least 10 spiders in the rafters, and the bed is located on the mezzanine so these are 4 feet from your face when you sleep. The owners were kind enough to remove the big ones (the small ones one matter because apparently "you can't see those")Furthermore there are old cobwebs behind the couch and in the corner of the room downstairs. Unable to sleep under cobwebs and spiders, we decided to open up the sofa bed. The sofa is stained with mud, and on opening it a layer of dirt fell out onto the floor. The springs have rusted and the mattress has browned. Upon voicing our concerns to the owners, we were made to feel like we were being unreasonable and the owners failed to empathise with us or acknowledge our concerns. Unable to live in uncleanliness, and with less than helpful owners, we left after 2 nights into a 4 might stay"
liz - verified booking
"We enjoyed our stay here with regard to good location for places of interest, but the big down side was it was very cold in the The joinery because of the high ceiling a log burning stove would have been ideal making it nice and cosy. We kept our fleeces on most of the time and thankfully I had taken a hot water bottle with me. Bed was very comfortable and we slept well. Stairs were very steep as said in the brochure so I wouldnt advise too many glasses of wine before bed in case you need the downstairs loo during the night ! T.V. reception was quite poor on many channels. Had dinner in the Samson Inn at Gilsland but having been served soup with a blue mouldy roll and the rest of the meal not up to much would not reccomend. We did enjoy our weekend, luckily it was dry so we were out most of the time but a few more home comforts would have made so much more enjoyable"
Jane - verified booking
"An excellent well equipped cottage, ideal for the two of you ( and four legged friends) , the cottage was extremely comfortable and Jane was a very charming. helpful host. The bedroom is on a gallery with a steep set of stairs, this is mentioned in the description of the cottage so don't ignore this.The farm also offers an area for camping and there wash/shower facilities are right next to this cottage, this does seem to affect your water pressure when in use and it can be noisy.The farm is in a lovely setting with superb views, it is not far to drive before you have a choice of walks across the countryside and along Hadrian's Wall, the town of Brampton ( 15 minute drive) has all you will need for provisions / banks & pubs."