Its picturesque location in the foothills of Blencathra Fell (popularly known as Saddleback), has helped make this resort one of the Lake Districts most popular resorts and as soon as you arrive, youll notice the warm, friendly atmosphere. Yet the high standards of accommodation, facilities and service ensure you and your family have evrything you need to make the most of your holiday. In converting an 18th century Cumbrian farm known as Whitbarrow Hall in 1986, the original owners suceeded in retaining the unique local character. Over the years, the resort has grown to 104apartments as more of the farm buildings, such as the old Coach House, the Piggery and the Dutch Barn, have been tastefully restored and converted.The cobbled, flagged village street, overlooked by the clock tower, runs between the converted stone farm buildings, with paths leading off through pretty archways to flower-decked courtyards, each with its own lawned area.
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