High House Farm Cottages
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Lesley Jenkinson, Bassy and Randal
High House Farm
CA11 0LR
Cumbria, UK
07860 596489
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  • Please exit the M6 at junction 40 onto the A66 heading West towards Keswick.
  • At the first roundabout turn left onto the A592 towards Ullswater.
  • Continue for 4 miles to the junction with the A592 and turn right. Travel along this road for 2-3 miles passing the Brackenrigg Inn and continue to the signpost for Watermillock Church and Longthwaite.
  • Turn right and High House Farm is 3/4 mile on the right, just after the Ullswater caravan park. Over two cattle grids and you’re there.
  • The Bothy is the first property on the left.
  • The Byre is the 2nd cottage on the left after the Bothy.
  • The Stable Yard is past the Bothy and the Byre and continue round to the rear of the courtyard through the wooden gate.
  • If you are arriving late please bring a torch.
  • A deposit of 25% of the cost of your holiday is required at the time of booking – non refundable.
  • Final balance to be paid 8 weeks before the commencement of your holiday.
  • For last minute bookings – payment in full at the time of booking.
  • It is advisable to take out holiday insurance for yourselves in the unlikely event of a cancellation.
Pet Rules

We welcome your pets to stay here, however please respect these few simple requests:

  • You are welcome to walk your dogs around the field surrounding the property but we do ask that: 
    Dogs MUST be kept on a lead around the farm unless you are certain they are OK with chickens, sheep, cats and other dogs.
  • Pets are accepted on the understanding no sign of your pet is evident at the time of your departure either inside or outside the cottage.
  • Pets are strictly not allowed in the bedroom and the bathroom or on the furniture and must not be left in the property unless prior arrangements have been made with me.
  • A poopa scoopa is provided outside your door.
  • Locally almost all  pubs, café’s and hotels are dog friendly. 
  • In this remote location and throughout the Lake District National Park. there are no litter pickers and bins are scarce. Please, please, please do not leave your litter.
  • Sadly, on many occasions on our walks, we have been shocked by the amount of litter that has been left and poo bags hung on trees, gates, fences etc. Poo decomposes, plastic does not.