Dandelion & Hoglet are a pair of amazing one bedroomed holiday cottages with a difference. Think of an English country cottage. You’re probably imagining a pretty cottage garden, roses over the door and accommodation that’s designed for relaxing with views over rolling, green countryside. Dandelion and Hoglet Cottages could be that idyllic remote retreat for your next luxury break.
Dandelion and Hoglet Cottages have personality as well as luxury. The bedrooms and en-suite shower room is designed for indulgence, there’s a wood burner in the lounge to keep things cosy and the kitchen is equipped for making either a romantic meal or a lazy breakfast.
Hoglet Cottage has the oak-beamed porch with flowering climbers over it. It also has the modern walk-in shower, the SMART TV and a covered hot tub in the enclosed garden. Similarly, Dandelion Cottage has all of this as well as wonderful views. It looks out over the surrounding countryside from its gorgeous picture windows.
The luxury touches include everything you’d expect for a romantic break with all the mod cons. These holiday cottages are a truly special place.
Outside, the gardens are colourful, there’s local sandstone paving and walls for character and the gorgeous hot tubs are covered but also open on one side to the garden so you’ve all the privacy you need. Dandelion Cottage has wonderful views. It looks out over the surrounding countryside from its gorgeous picture windows. Hoglet has a picturesque garden with all the cottage garden favourites such as hollyhocks, lupins, clematis, English climbing roses and daisies.
Dandelion and Hoglet Cottages are found down a short lane, off the beaten track and feeling remote and secluded. If you’re planning a self-catering break in England, Dandelion and Hoglet Cottages are ideal as a base for exploring. Just a 20-minute drive away, are the fells and attractions of the Northern Lake District National Park – you can be out among the Wainwright hills and lakes in next to no time. Hadrian’s Wall is approximately a 20-minute drive.
The Eden Valley with its sandstone villages, winding river and great local food and drink is also close at hand. Just beyond Eden is the North Pennines area of outstanding natural beauty. With its wide open moorlands, characterful villages and mining heritage, it's still an oasis of calm.
To the north you can quickly access the wild places and hidden gems of the Borders and southern Scotland.