Helm Cottage was converted from its original use as the farm stables to the appealing cottage it is today.
The spacious upper area with its Fell view consists of a king bed, with the TV lounge area and en-suite shower room.
The ground floor has a large kitchen diner as well as a bonus lounge area, so you can keep the "chef" company in comfort!
"Beautiful location and accommodation. We left feeling thoroughly relaxed and our dog - Ollie really enjoyed it. Take the A686 to Alston, worth it for the views (although the road isn't for the faint hearted !) Visit Booths in Penrith for a nice alternative supermarket experience.
Great place to stay with lovely touches."
Jennie, Andrew and Ollie - Swansea : May '16
"Beautiful location, fantastic scenery and a very relaxing, cosy getaway. Easy to get to major towns like Penrith and Keswick. Can't recommend "The Highland Drove" highly enough - great atmosphere, service and excellent food. Overall an excellent weekend retreat for re-charging the batteries. Some splendid old building conversions, not least the local church."
Kev, Hazel and Jack - Cramlington, Northumberland : April '16
"Had a lovely week here. Thanks for the bread ! Really nice place and welcome."
Steffi & Dave - Leicester : March '16
"Had a lovely stay at Helm Cottage, a beautiful village to stay, amazing views !
Thanks very much for the tasty goodies and treats. It was a nice surprise ! Would highly recommend anyone to visit. Our dogs enjoyed their countless walks.
Thanks again. Hope to visit again soon"
Shaun & Heidi - Portsmouth : March '16