Welcome to Otter's Pocket Cottage, a family- friendly property in Cockermouth, offering homely accommodation with great facilities.
The property is completely child- friendly, and provides everything a child may need, including a travel cot, bedding, changing path, potty, baby monitor, high chair, steriliser, bottle warmer, bouncy chair, booster seat, backpack/front baby carrier, 'learn and groove' activity station, and a selection of children's books, toys and DVD's.
The interior of this cottage is furnished to a high standard. The ground floor offers a great open- plan living, dining and kitchen area, with cosy sofas, a TV and DVD player, and a dining table for 4 people.
The modern kitchens are fully- equipped with a range of appliances, including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster and dishwasher.
There are two bedrooms at this property: a master bedroom with a double bed, and a twin bedroom.
The family bathroom has a bath with a shower over the top. In addition, should guests need them, a baby bath, changing mat and toilet step are also available for your convenience.
One of the best features of this charming cottage is the surrounding 200 acres of open countryside, which includes a children's play area, patio furniture and a barbecue.
Free WiFi access available. Check in from 4pm, and check out by 10am. Parking is available onsite, and well behaved dogs are more than welcome to join their families at the cottage.
In addition, guests at our four holiday cottages are supplied with complimentary passes to the nearby Armathwaite Hall's luxury spa, which boasts a 16 meter infinity indoor swimming pool, a state of the art gym, hydrotherapy and a hot tub.
You can also take advantage of a 20% discount on spa treatments, as well as your food and drink bill at the courtyard bar and brasserie.
Cockermouth is an ancient market town in The Lake District, and is a peaceful location for a relaxing holiday. Within the surrounding area are a number of popular attractions that guests may like to visit, such as Cockermouth Castle, Isel Hall, and Wandsworth House and Garden.
The area is also popular with outdoor enthusiasts, and is packed with walking and hiking routes, cycle paths and climbing activities.