This hideaway is the definition of peace and tranquility.
Wander across the bridge to your secluded wood-fired hot tub... such a unique feature!
Warm and romantic, this hideaway is the dreamiest escape for two.
The curved ceiling and wooden panels create the cosiest atmosphere.
Light the fire-pit and enjoy a starlit dip in the heavenly hot tub.
There are so many spaces to sit and simply watch the natural world go by.
Hidden amongst the trees in a magical woodland.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast as the sound of birdsong fills the air.
A pop of vibrant colour adds to the character of this charming cabin.
The cutest little space!
The stylish kitchen area is complete with all the essentials.
After a day of exploring the wonderful Lake District, freshen up in the lovely shower-room.
Ask dusk falls the hideaway becomes even more magical.
The lovely raised decking made from reclaimed branches.
The most tranquil location...
Indulge in a delicious cheese board... what a treat!
Such a peaceful setting.
The perfect spot to unwind with a G&T in hand.
Beautiful sculptures can be found around the hideaway.
Simply magical!
The whole space has a calming ambience.
Everywhere you look, there is something beautiful to discover.
The Lake District promises scenes out of a fairy-tale.
Walk around the stunning Derwentwater for the most breathtaking scenery.
Rolling hills as far as the eye can see.
The scenery is breathtaking.
Endless beauty just waiting to be discovered.

The Wrens Nest


10.6 miles NW of Penrith / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Welcome to The Globe Inn, a traditional village pub situated in the heart of the pretty Eden Valley. Food is home cooked and you can choose to dine in either the dining room or the large beer garden.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2023

GooD food

I overly food and a nice atmosphere

Nearest beach

Allonby has an impressive five miles of beach of sand and shingle. With views across the Solway Firth, you can also see the Lake District and Scottish Fells on a clear day. Water sports lovers head for this beach along side families looking for a beach day. Dog restrictions may apply at certain times of the year.

Nearest walk

Starting from the small parking area next door to the church, this delightful four mile walk will take you through surrounding farmland. Take a look at the website link for The White Haven News for further details.

Nearest town

Ivegill is a small village which takes its name from the river which flows through the centre, The Ive. This pretty village has a school and church and is a great base for exploring the Lakes.

Also nearby

The Bridge End Inn is a traditional Cumbrian pub serving pub grub and Italian themed food. Outisde seating is available and children and dogs are very welcome.

Situated four miles south of the city of Carlisle, Dalston is a large village with a selection of shops and pubs. The red brick church dates back to the thirteenth century.

Carlisle can be found just eight miles south of the Scottish border, but very firmly in Cumbria. Places of interest include the magnificent Carlisle castle and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery. Situated within two Areas of Outstanding Beauty and one World Heritage Site, Carlisle is well worth a visit.

Situated in the heart of Carlisle, the castle has dominated the city for over 900 years and now offers visitors the opportunity to discover medieval castle rooms, exhibitions, the Museum of Military, prisoners' carvings and a cafe. You can even walk around some of the castle walls on your visit.

With stunning views towards the Lakeland fells, Penrith Golf Club is a fabulous place for a round of golf. Take a look at their website for visitor information and to book a tee off time.

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