Mill, Appleby

The Mill
Waterfalls, Refurbished Mill and pretty rural surroundings.
This is "Chocolate Box" photo time. This is what you imagine Americans would love. This is England. This is what we are proud of. Our heritage and beauty. We can bow down to the people who spend their money refurbishing old buildings and then allowing us to stop here to escape from our normal mundane lives. When I stay here I feel I should make bread, eat W.I. jams and shop in organic shops. This quirky, fabulous property set in a nature reserve is quite special.

Profile Description

The Mill set at the foot of a stunning waterfall, this converted watermill provides the perfect luxury get away.

With a contemporary open plan and wonderfully luxurious interior, the Mill provides spacious accommodation on two floors for one or two couples.

Facilities include two en-suite double bedroom areas with King-sized beds. Victorian slipper bath and spacious power shower. Fully equipped kitchen uniquely designed and hand painted by artist Christine Leadbetter with dining table, oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and microwave. Spiral staircase leading to first floor sitting room with a further dining table, 2 leather sofas, stereo, Sky TV/DVD and Laura Ashley furniture. Gas central heating. Linen and towels provided.

Waterside floodlit balcony and secret south facing garden.

Rutter Falls Self Catering Holiday Cottages are in a magnificent location – a unique jewel set within the Eden Valley, Cumbria – near the Lake District.

The site has historical references dating back to the 16th Century and is set in its own nature reserve. Relax, unwind, and watch red squirrels, deer, dippers, kingfishers, heron, goldcrest and lots more. Even spawning salmon at the right time of year! The quiet roads are ideal for cycling enthusiasts, and the countryside and fells provide excellent walking opportunities.

In the nearby market towns of Appleby and Kirkby Stephen, you will find historic buildings, a range of delightful small shops offering crafts, antiques and local specialities. The Northern Lakes are all very accessible as are trips to North Cumbria, the Pennines and the Scottish Borders.

If you like long or short walks, touring the Eden Valley, getting away from it all or just want to see the beauty of the local habitat, look no further.

If you like the Mill please consider giving it a quirky rating on QWerkyness.com.

Your Rating

QWerkyness

Leave a Comment