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zrenfrew - verified booking
"We stayed for a weekend stay at The Old Bothy in Red Hall Farm Holiday Cottages in April and I would highly recommend it to anyone. The accommodation is lovely: top quality furnishings, full of comfort and character. It was so interesting to see photographs of how the building had been converted from the bothy where the farmhands used to sleep to a spacious but cosy cottage complete with log burner and, beams with hi-spec kitchen, bathroom and furnishings. The master bedroom with its high ceiling was lovely with a comfortable bed. There was also a private outdoor space from where we could enjoy tranquil views and experience life on the farm – it would be a great place for children to stay. We had a warm welcome from Joanne who brought us a basket of home-made scones and a jar of delicious Lakeland jam. Joanne was very helpful in giving advice and information (also very kind in posting back to us various belongings we had left!). The log basket starter kit was also a great bonus. We’d never stayed in this part of the Lakes before and were really impressed by the area – it’s close to Cockermouth which is now my favourite Lake District town and the pleasant town of Wigton, but it’s also near the coast and Solway Area of Natural Beauty which was something of a revelation. Then, of course, the Lakes National Park itself is right on the doorstep. Another plus was the wealth of great pubs and hotels nearby where (unlike as is often the case in Keswick), it was possible to get a seat. And the very reasonable price was for a three-night stay which came as a pleasant surprise as we thought it was for two (although we had been told on booking), so we got to stay another night!"
Philip W - verified booking
" This has to be without doubt the most family friendly place we’ve stayed at. The hosts Martin and Joanne are very welcoming as are the beautiful farm dogs! On arrival there was a parcel of local produce including eggs, scones and jam that went down a treat. As for the accommodation it is very well placed for easy access to the Lakes and beyond, we went North, South and West during our stay with ease. The cottage is immaculately presented and very clean indeed. Every detail has been covered from an excellent wide range of pots and pans to child seats for the toilets. Our two young children (4 & 2) were well catered for with a wide range of toys and games for them to play with and all of the out door toys such as a ride along tractors, scooters and carts. Joanne was very helpful and was only to pleased to show our girls the 4 week old dairy calf’s that make up part of the farm. We enjoyed morning walks down the entrance track with Lily the puppy collie and the on site play area with slides and football was a welcome distraction whilst tea was being made. We really cannot recommend this cottage enough, we comfortably slept 4 adults and 2 children and there was plenty of living space for the party too. Internet is provided and is fast enough for the kids to access YouTube and alike. The biggest compliment I can say is that it was like a home from home and we will definitely be back!! "
Mrs Worton - verified booking
" The en suite is so small you can hardly dry yourself after a shower. The shower was extremely slippery and there is nothing to grab if you slip. The bed was up against the wall so the person sleeping on that side of the bed could only get out by climbing over the other person. The bed could not be pulled away from the wall as there was not enough room. Anyone else staying in the cottage needing the bathroom during the night has to enter the bedroom to use the en suite. AS THERE IS ONLY ONE BATHROOM NOT TWO. The garden is shared with owner and it is immaculate. Pesonally we were nervous to let out dog into the garden in case he damage the plants when chasing the ball. Also, and this is purely a personal opinion, it is not secure garden. My dog is only small but he can jump and would have easily been able to jump the wall to get in the next field, which contained sheep. There is a road that boarders the end of the cottage garden and the fence would be easy for any small dog to get through. Very often the garden gate to the garden was left open. This lead into the open farm yard on out onto the road. The cottage was clean, warm and contained everything you needed, the owner was pleasant and extremely helpful. However, I am sorry to say, due to the size of the bathroom and the unsecure garden I would not come back. "
Janice Alamanou - verified booking
"The cottage was warm, comfortable and very clean. It has character features expected and has a well equipped kitchen. I was met on arrival and shown around the premises, being informed if there were any problems that the owners are just around the corner. I found them to be a lovely, friendly couple. Magazines and tourist information, including a large map of the area were set out inside which I found very helpful. The garden was quite large, but contained and my little dog loved exploring here. A little way down the road is Hesket Newmarket where 'The Crown' pub is situated. Some good everyday food here and they make their own beers in their brewery to the back of the premises. The Post Office and little store is a couple of doors up. The next village along is Caldbeck with a petrol station and a larger store, although still small. Certain small pieces of meat can be bought here. The cottage was easy to find with the directions given to me when booking. The only downside was the road going to and from it is single lane, but this can be expected in this area and being on a farm."
Jamie H - verified booking
" This is a superb well appointed and well maintained cottage, ideal for a total chill out and good family times. Situated just outside Wigton, the Lakes and the key towns of Cockermouth and Wigton are easily reached. We were welcomed by Joanne and Martin who were both very friendly and keen to give us ideas of what there is to do in the area. We were met with a lovely welcome pack, which included chocolates, home made Christmas Cake and bucks fizz, which all went down a treat. The cottage is cosy with all modern appliances and we put the log burner to good use, wood can be supplied by the farm's own wood store. As the cottage is within a working farm there is an opportunity to feed the calf's and do take up the invitation to do a farm walk with Martin, it's well worth it. Would definitely recommend a stay at this hidden gem and hope to go back soon. "