Written on: 14/07/2012 by Josephineclare (1 review written)
We have just returned from a week at Jennywell Hall, a rural retreat away from the stresses of City life. The cottage itself is comfortable and possibly the best nights sleep ever is to be had here, even next to a working farm! If you are looking for a remote holiday with no mobile signal, proper countryside living and simplicity then this is the cottage for you. Close to the Lakes, warm friendly welcome from the neighbours and locals. Children will love it here! Even the spiders... (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2008 by marco999 (27 reviews written)
We have just returned from a long weekend break at North Wing Cottage in Jennywell Hall and had a great time. The Cottage is very basic but reasonable to rent and ideally placed to tour the lakes or just walk the surrounding area, the Village is very remote and tiny but the local pub (ten strides away) serves very tasty and good value for money food and is very friendly (dog friendly too). The Cottage is furnished with old fashioned but comfortable furniture which is in keeping with the age... (read more)
Written on: 12/08/2005 by meg2005 (1 review written)
We were attracted to this property as we had stayed there about 17 years ago, not long after the cottages opened, and were impressed at the value of the accommodation, as it was clean and very quaint. However on returning this time, all I can say is we were seriously dissapointed!!! We stayed in the North Wing cottage, which looked lovely in the photographs on the Jennywell Hall website, however on entering, it was a different story altogether, the kitchen units were missing a door and... (read more)
Written on: 22/02/2004 by mwebsper (1 review written)
I have been to Jennywell on several occasions with my wife and young family and we all love the location. Situated in a very quiet village next to a working farm.
You get up in the morning and you are aware of the working farm fragrance but that adds to the aura of this most wonderful place. A stream runs at the bottom of the drive where ducks congregate and the children love to play. Spring time is without a doubt magical for kids as the farm is a hive of new inhabitants, the lambs.
The... (read more)
Written on: 15/08/2002 by Bossy.
Jennywell Hall itself is magnificent at first sight. It's a few hundred years old and very picturesque. It is now divided into an antique shop/living area for the owners and several cottages. What we didn't realise was that there is a tiny arched entrance to pass through in order to get to the back of the hall and the car park. Our car was quite wide, so we all held our breath as we inched through. And I mean INCHED - there were a few inches either side of the wing mirrors in the... (read more)
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