- We have enjoyed a peaceful week. Views
wonderful, visited an area we’ve not been to before and had
everything we needed! Thank you Gill and Tim.
S and T (Altringham), March 2019
- Our first time here in the autumn and another
enjoyable week. Out every day walking or visiting.
Have enjoyed our week at
Locka Old Hall Cottage – such a lovely peaceful place and
surrounding countryside and villages worth a visit.
J and O (North Wales), September 2018
Enjoyed three peaceful weeks
in this lovely cottage. Relaxing place to be with great views and
I and P (Alberta, Canada), September 2018
This is a quiet and peaceful
cottage, very well equipped. Loved the chickens in the morning sharing
our cornflakes. Very enjoyable. Thank you.
D and V (Surrey), August 2018
Enjoyed a peaceful and
relaxing holiday in this comfortable cottage surrounded by beautiful
countryside. Also enjoyed having the birds and the chickens for
S and J (near Dover), August 2018
What can we say except
“Fantastic”. 6th time just as good as the first. Thank you Tim and
Gill. Hopefully see you next year.
D and B (Halifax), July 2018
Gill and Tim, we have had an
absolute blessing of a week. We have walked waterfalls, canals, tarns,
coasts, riversides and peaks. How amazing to be able to enjoy the
beauty of the countryside – a real treat. Thank you for the home
S and N (Gloucestershire), July 2018
Lovely cottage and very well
equipped, so peaceful. The birds are amazing. Thank you Tim and Gill.
M and T (Washington, Tyne and Wear), June 2018
Two beautiful weeks in this
beautiful house. We enjoyed it so much; the garden and the quietness
H and G (Amsterdam), June 2018
Loved Arnside and
Silverdale. Nice drive out to Dent and Ingleton. Fine dining in
Cartmel and good pub meals elsewhere.
I and G (Armathwaite), May 2018
A restful holiday with
views, birdsong and chickens and our annual chat with Gill and Tim.
We’ll be back!
A and P (Coventry), April 2018
Peaceful cottage on a quiet
lane. Lots to do in the surrounding towns and villages. Lots of
activities for children, including Go Ape, and a good playground in
the village. Also recommend lots of good walks in the area and from
the cottage. Spectacular views from the cottage. Had a pleasant stay
with the family.
T and M, E and M (Maidstone), April 2018
Our first visit here, but
not our last. Lovely comfortable cottage, very central for lots of
places to visit. Went to Hawes, Arnside, Ulverston and Grange over
Sands. Thank you for sharing this fascinating area with us.
B and S (Blackburn), March 2018
Enjoyed our stay here in
this beautiful countryside.
T and A (Bonnie Scotland), March 2018
Our third visit to this
lovely cottage. We had some fantastic country walks and another
relaxing break. Roll on our next visit. Thank you!
R and C with Harvey the dog (Accrington), February 2018
Nice quiet cottage. Ideally
placed for visiting the Lake District or the coast and the Yorkshire
Dales. Loved all the birds in the garden.
B and M (Durham), January 2018
After arriving more than a
little frazzled we were quickly soothed and relaxed by the cottage and
the area. A few days of peace and relaxation. Would love to come back
again for a longer break!
G and K (Leigh), January 2018
Lovely gem of a cottage –
what a find!
P and T (Merseyside), January 2018
This is our umpteenth visit
and we’ll certainly return again. It was peaceful and relaxing in
the cottage. Love the birds!
P and P (Derbyshire), December 2017
Had a peaceful stay in this
very comfortable cottage. Loved seeing all the birds and this time we
were visited by the hens too. Thanks very much.
A and B (Lytham St Annes), December 2017
Peace and comfort found
here, loved hearing the owls at night.
L and A (Lancaster), October 2017
A lovely relaxing break,
we’ve been warm and cosy and very comfortable despite the weather.
M and P (Sheffield), October 2017
Lovely location and lovely
cottage. Great watching the birds.
S and S (Suffolk), September 2017
Had a relaxing two-week
holiday. We love the area and will be back. Cosy cottage, our second
stay here – won’t be the last.
T and E (Stoke on Trent), September 2017