Within the curtilage of 17th century Castlehowe Scar, The Cow-House has been renovated
and converted to the highest standards of modern comfort and luxury whilst retaining
the character and cosiness of a traditional stone farm building.
Westmorland slate roof supported by five Cumbrian round pillars set within the walls
which are in places three feet thick.
Three ancient ventilators atop the roof – “cupolas” as the Americans would call them.
Small, walled garden, decking with glorious views to Cross Fell and the high Pennines
for BBQ or sitting in the morning sun for breakfast.
A secure lock-up has been provided for bikes as well as a hose pipe for cleaning
Private off-road parking.
The Cow House in the winter sun with Castlehowe Scar behind.
Castlehowe Scar - the Cow-House is to the left, out of shot.