By Dan Coles
THESE QUIRKY pods set in the landscape of Cumbria could be the most oddball holiday accommodation you’ll stay in this summer.
Located in Welton, just next to the medieval town and once Roman occupied Wigton, the wooden pods are situated on the owner’s working farm in the quiet Cumbrian fells.
The pods come equipped with everything you need to enjoy your stay, including full central heating throughout, a shower room, kitchen area and large double bed. The beautifully presented pods boast wonderful views of the scenery surrounding the farm as well as timber decking from where the countryside setting can be enjoyed.
The living area comes complete with Freeview TV, Bluetooth stereo speakers and a space saving double sofa bed. The kitchen includes a two-ring electric hob, microwave and fridge. There is also free parking on site, with a shop and restaurant just two-miles away.
Great for animal lovers, sheep, horses and donkeys all inhabit the farm. It is also pet friendly so you’re welcome to bring your own fury companion should you wish to.
The surrounding area is great for both walkers and cyclists with the Lake District just four-miles away, along with the market town of Keswick just a 30-minute walk away. Literature lovers can even visit the famous poet William Wordsworth’s childhood home which is now owned by the Wordsworth trust.
Costing just £353 for a weeklong stay for up to four people, you can stay at this calming location without breaking the bank: http://www.cottages.com/cottages/fell-hill-texel-ukc2129?adult=2&nights=7&range=3
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