Terms & Conditions
Cranesbill is a two storey, end terrace (terrace of three) barn conversions within a former farmstead, situated beside the quiet rural road midway from Morland to Cliburn. The former farmhouse and a detached barn conversion, both occupied as permanent residences, share the freehold area of the former farmstead with the three terraced barn conversions having rights of access and limited use over otherwise freehold private property, principally the parking area associated with the detached barn conversion, Fellside View, and the cobbled courtyard split between Fellside View and Eddy House, the former farmhouse.
Cranesbill has one entrance door approached from the gated gravel car park at the gable of the terrace of three barn conversions (Cranesbill / Meadowsweet / Stonecrop) on foot across the cobbled courtyard.
Cranesbill has the right to park one vehicle on the car park and that vehicle may be used, if necessary, to cross the cobbled courtyard to make deliveries to or collections from outside Cranesbill. Parking in the cobbled courtyard is restricted to the owners of Eddy House and Fellside View. The entrance into the cobbled courtyard between Cranesbill and Eddy House is the sole domain of the owners of Eddy House, although we are aware that they permit visitors to the three barn conversions to use this as pedestrians, however, this could be refused if they chose to do so, which the owners of Cranesbill understand has not happened. Meadowsweet and Stonecrop are holiday cottages used infrequently by their owners, families and friends i.e. not currently commercial holiday letting.
The cobbled courtyard and the resultant lack of level access (threshold 150mm) into the entrance door of Cranesbill means that disabled access cannot be provided.
You may wish to take the opportunity to view the farmstead on Google Earth, Google Maps Satelite View or Google Maps Street View. Enter the postcode
CA10 3BJ. The farmstead is hovered over when the coordinates at the bottom of the screen read 54 36 16 50 N, 2 37 38 72 W, elev 149m. Alternative, farmstead is in a diagonal, south west direction from the words Morland, Penrith, CA10 3BJ. The village of Morland has a teacup symbol and a red marker “Morland”. If you follow the road almost north of the red marker passed a Google symbol “Glenton Vale” you will come to the farmstead on the right hand side of this road, which eventually brings you to the village of Cliburn.
Both Morland and Cliburn have public houses and Morland has a cafe. The nearest retail centres are Penrith and Appleby within 8/6 miles of the farmstead. The nearest major road is the A66 and nearest motorway is the M6.
Hospital, minor injuries, Penrith Community Hospital, Bridge Lane, Penrith, CA11 8HX, 01768 245555 Hospital A&E, Carlisle, 999. GP Surgery, Temple Sowerby Medical Practice, Linden Park, Temple Sowerby, CA10 1RW. 01768 361232 Dentist, Ghyllmount Dental Practice, 4 Hobson Court, Penrith 40 Business Park, Penrith CA11 9GQ. 01768 862291.Vet, Rowcliffe House Vets Ltd, Crown Square, Penrith, CA11 7AB, 01768 865661. Public telephone in Morland village centre.
Morland (www.visitcumbria.com/pen/morland.htm), is outside the Lake District national park but is an ideal touring base, surrounded by very pretty countryside, the renowned Eden Valley, with many signposted off road walks to enjoy, by streams where kingfishers may be seen and copses where red squirrels may be seen. Relaxation is as inevitable as it can get.
Key (two keys in box, please take one only leaving the other for emergencies) to Cranesbill is found in a coded key box adjacent to the entrance door. Code provided to guests before arrival. Torch will be required if arriving in darkness. There is a light outside the entrance door but this is switched from inside.
External bench seating is provided to the front and rear of Cranesbill. Washing can be aired outside on the cobbled courtyard on the airer stored inside Cranesbill.
Entrance Hall leading to stairs to first floor, door to living / dining room, door to kitchen, fire extinguishers.
Fitted kitchen, equipped with fire blanket, under counter fridge with ice compartment, four ring electric ceramic hob with hood, combination microwave / convection oven (in lieu of conventional oven), washing machine / dryer and sink drainer.
Dining area equipped with table and four chairs, dresser.
Living area equipped with seating (cottage suite) for five, occasional tables, television, DVD player, radio, CD player, electric wood effect stove.
Landing to top of quarter winder staircase leading to doors to bathroom / wc, bed 1 & 2, smoke detector.
Bathroom equipped with bath and screened electric shower over bath, wash hand basin, wc, heated towel rail, ventilation fan, wall mounted electric heater, mirror with strip light / shaver socket.
Bedroom 1 equipped with double bed, bedside cabinets, three drawers, and electric lamps, blanket box, free standing double wardrobe, smoke detector.
Bedroom 2 equipped with twin single beds with shelf unit between and electric lamp, double wardrobe with two drawers, cylinder cupboard, smoke detector.
All rooms have openable, cottage style windows.
Space heating via electric nightstore heater and electric wall mounted panel heaters to bed 1&2.
Water heating via off peak immersion heated storage cylinder with on peak boost facility. Hot water should be available on arrival, if not, go to cylinder cupboard and make sure control switch is in the on position (this automatically sets OFF PEAK times, do not interfere with any programming), then press BOOST button, which will heat water for an hour. Use boost as necessary during the day.
Car essential, regular public transport not available.
Disposal of rubbish, to bin located in car park, collection day Monday, 06.00.
Removeable stair gate.
Fire extinguishers x2 No.
Smoke detectors x3 No.
Torches for emergency use in the case of power failure or in the event of fire.
Owners & Emergency Contact:
Susan & John Latimer, Commondale House, 1A Countisbury Road, Norton, Stockton-on-Tees,
TS20 1PY. 01642 534500. Mobile 07919140983