Please note, in line with the latest travel guidance we are only accepting new bookings that have a check-in date from 5th July 2020. We are available to take any calls on 01275 217575 if you have any queries regarding a current booking, or if you wish to place a new booking and have concerns. Thank you and stay safe

Waternook & The Great Barn

Howtown, Ullswater, Lake District

18 people Allows Pets Family Friendly Pet Friendly (Enclosed Garden) Fishing onsite/nearby Log Burner/Open Fire Jacuzzi/Hot Tub WiFi Walking BBQ Off Street parking
Sleeps: 20
7 nights
£10475 - £17700
Available from a minimum of 2 nights


  • Sleeps 18
  • Nine double bedrooms, all of which are en suite; three super king, four king and two double
  • Nine luxury stone and porcelain en suite bathrooms with invigorating monsoon or rain showers. Baths in two bedrooms
  • Suitable for children and baby (travel cots and highchairs available)
  • Up to four well-behaved dogs welcome* (see Visitors’ Notes)
  • Pet-friendly room with underfloor heating
  • Private cinema with Sky Movies and Sports
  • Half a mile of lake frontage and 26 acres of private estate grounds
  • Lake view terraced gardens with seating
  • Barbecue terrace with all you require – just add food and drink
  • Boathouse with private jetty
  • Infinity terrace with lakeview hot tub
  • Spa and Wellness Sanctuary
  • Additional luxury concierge services available on request including arrival by helicopter or yacht; country pursuits; wellness & cosmetic treatments; private butler service; chauffeur services; in-house cuisine; classic car hire; sailing school; private flying lessons; and child’s concierge & babysitting
  • Sweeping private drive with secure parking. Security gate entry system
  • Welcome hamper, linen and toiletries
  • Covid-19 measures* (see Visitors' Notes)


  • Ground floor
    Lake view kitchen with state of the art appliances, dining table and chairs seating 12 and stunning panoramic views of Ullswater and the fells beyond. With folding glass doors opening on to the infinity terrace ideal for alfresco dining on warm summer days.
    There is a choice of sumptuously furnished lounge areas to spread out and relax in; the large drawing room with wood burning stove and magnificent view; the reading room with fell-side views and a super telescope to take in Ullswater’s wildlife.
    Luxuriously comfortable private cinema room with a choice of eclectic designer seating and incorporating cinema surround sound, ultra cool mood lighting with a Blu-ray DVD player and Sky Sports and Sky Movies. From the moment you walk in and step on the deep shag-pile carpet the hardest decision you will have to make is what to watch.
    There is a rich variety of other intimate and mezzanine sociable spots throughout.
    Spa & Wellness Sanctuary with holistic laconium spa with aromatherapy option together with twinkling star lighting.
    Pet-friendly room with underfloor heating and plenty of storage for boots and coats.
  • First floor
    Pikeawassa – Lake view double bedroom with 6’ super king bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural stone bathroom with raised bath and separate monsoon and raindrop shower. Soak up breathtaking panoramic views of the lake and mountains from 3 luxury spaces; your reading area, raised designer bath (with TV), or super king bed. Mood lighting.
    Fusedale – Lake view double bedroom with 6’ super king bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural stone shower room with monsoon and raindrop shower. Overwhelmed by the panoramic views of Ullswater, watch the steamers come and go. Fusedale brims with style and elegance. Mood lighting.
    Martindale – Lake view double bedroom with 5’ king size bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural black stone shower room with monsoon and raindrop shower. Overflowing with history, this room dates back to the 17th Century. Whether it’s bird spotting, deer watching or just relaxing with a good book, you will feel more than comfortable in Martindale.
    Boredale – Lake view double bedroom with 5’ king size bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural stone shower room with monsoon and raindrop shower. Dating back to the 17th Century, Boredale is a truly unique bedroom offering unparalleled lake views, balcony and private access to Waternook’s Spa and Wellness Sanctuary and outdoor hot tub with lake views.
    Hallin – Double bedroom with 4’6″ bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural stone shower room with monsoon and raindrop shower. This quaint and homely 17th Century room benefits from sensational views up Hallin Fell which towers above Waternook. Lay back and watch the Herdwick sheep grazing outside your window; counting sheep will do wonders to help you sleep.
    Bonscale – Lake view double bedroom with 5’ king size bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite subterranean natural stone bathroom with bath and separate monsoon and raindrop shower. Overflowing with opulence, Bonscale is sure to surpass the highest of expectations.

The Great Barn

  • Ground floor
    The kitchen is built into an old stable stall originally dating back to the 1600’s. Now with a sleek, contemporary feel and views of Ullswater and the surrounding fells.
    Utility room with coat/boot drying space on a mezzanine floor.
    Dining room with spectacular lake views of Ullswater and the surrounding mountains. In the warm summer evenings you can even fold back the oak doors and let the breeze drift in off the fells.
    The Lake Room large sitting room dates back to the 1600’s and is a fantastic social place to relax in the company of friends, with fine furnishings, lake views and its own minstrel’s gallery. For that special occasion The Lake Room can be transformed into a banqueting or function room for anything from family gatherings and anniversaries to intimate wedding breakfasts and formal executive meetings and lectures.
    Loadpot – Lake View bedroom with 4’6″ double bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en-suite natural stone shower room with walk in monsoon and raindrop shower. With original barn features, Loadpot relishes in sublime lake views, where you feel but a few metres from the water’s edge.
    Butterwick – Bedroom with 5’ double bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural stone shower room with walk in monsoon and raindrop shower. Savour the moment in Butterwick. This room has original arrow-slit windows and a lovely calm, light and airy feeling. Dating back to the 17th Century, this room offers its guests a sensational space in which to enjoy their stay; all just a few steps from the lake shore.
    Ravenhowe – Lake View bedroom with 5’ double bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural stone shower room with walk in monsoon and raindrop shower. Quite possibly one to fight over, Ravenhowe boasts private access to The Great Barn’s lake view terrace. On a sultry evening open your door to appreciate the Ullswater breeze.
  • First floor
    Cockpit – Lake view bedroom with 6’ Super King double bed with Vispring Elite mattress and en suite natural stone shower room with separate monsoon and raindrop shower. Dating back to the 17th Century Cockpit is a truly unique, quirky and characterful bedroom that still incorporates many original features.


  • All bedrooms have:
    Vi-Spring Elite mattress
    Brinkhaus Pyrenean duck down pillows
    Boutique quality linen
    Mood lighting
    Flat Screen TV
    Integrated Bluetooth music capability
    Surround sound
    Natural stone bathroom
    Underfloor heating in bathrooms
    Villeroy & Boch bathroom fittings
    Monsoon and raindrop shower


  • Underfloor heating, wood burning stove in drawing room
  • Microwave, 2 dishwashers, 2 ovens, induction hob, coffee machine
  • 2 fridges, freezer, salad drawer and warming drawer
  • Red & white wine temperature storage
  • Instant hot water tap
  • Food waste disposal units
  • Utility room/boot room with washing machine, tumble dryer, sink and underfloor heating
  • WiFi internet access throughout*
  • Bluetooth hubs, mood lighting
  • Sunken iPods in the walls drawing from an extensive bank of music
  • Fully equipped barbecue complete with washing facilities and externally stored crockery
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request (x 2 each)
  • Dog beds provided on request
  • Secure bike and canoe storage
  • Security gate entry system
  • Ample on-site parking

The Great Barn

  • Biomass boiler heating, underfloor heating in shower rooms
  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, kettle tap, food waste disposal unit
  • Utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and coat/boot drying space
  • TV with Sky Movies & Sky Sports in the Lake Room
  • WiFi internet access throughout*
  • Mood lighting and an integrated sound system are all controlled by iPad technology sunken into the wall
  • Outdoor seating and barbecue
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request
  • Dog beds provided on request
  • Secure bike and canoe storage
  • Security gate entry system
  • Ample on-site parking

Outside Waternook

  • Folding glass doors lead directly from Waternook’s luxury kitchen onto an infinity terrace offering dining for 12 and spectacular views of Ullswater and the mountains
  • Fully equipped lake view barbecue terrace complete with washing facilities and externally stored crockery
  • A further terrace offers social seating outside on the Spa terrace – enjoy the serene views of the lake, mountains and all the wildlife around. With hot tub complete with underwater mood lighting and waterfall effect
  • Boathouse with private jetty
  • Access to the lake front of Ullswater Lak

Spa & Wellness Sanctuary

  • Soothing luxury, maybe between 4pm and 6pm with a G&T from your bar, a while to ponder life in the lake view hot tub, complete with underwater mood lighting and waterfall effect, admiring the ever changing vistas, possibly a spot of yoga on the infinity balcony/terrace and some more time to reflect in the holistic laconium with aromatherapy option together with twinkling star lighting. Assuredly by 6pm you will be relaxed and rejuvenated for the evening ahead. There is a stone monsoon facility on this level to freshen up when the mood takes. After all this we’re sure you will be feeling refreshed and relaxed but if you feel like an extra pamper, Waternook can arrange for specialist luxury beauty or cosmetic treatments.

Concierge Services

Complement your stay with one of the bespoke services on offer* (*see Visitors' Notes). Please contact us to discuss your personal needs, availability and prices.

  • To make your occasion even more special why not arrange for a private chef and waiting staff to take care of your every need? A menu bespoke to you can be created, incorporating many fresh local ingredients. So, whether it’s a six course fine dining meal or more hearty home cooked food, the choice is yours.
  • Whether it’s because you’re arriving late or just don’t fancy cooking, Waternook can provide an array of pre-prepared gourmet meals that are chef prepared and flash frozen to lock in the freshness.
  • Waternook can arrange for your own private butler to take care of the detail, leaving you free to socialise.
  • Waternook offer luxury hampers with a wide selection of locally sourced, seasonal produce to suit discerning tastes. Please let us know your specific requirements in advance of your visit.
  • Guests can land their helicopter on its own Helicopter Landing Zone and there is private mooring for guests arriving by yacht. Please contact us if you wish to make this a special occasion and hire a helicopter. Fast and luxurious flights and lakeland tours that are tailored to your personal needs can also be arranged.
  • A range of country pursuits can be arranged for your stay. These include the option to embark on local shoots, local clay shooting, private fishing lessons, private guided walking and pony trekking.
  • Waternook are proud to offer an array of therapeutic massages, facial and massage treatments, private pilates and yoga classes and an array of cosmetic treatments performed by a registered nurse and aesthetic practitioner.
  • Waternook can make chauffeur arrangements to suit your personal requirements, whether it’s to arrange pickup from the local train station (Penrith) or airport (Manchester) or a private chauffeur for the week.
  • For a special occasion or private event Waternook can arrange for a unique creation, hand-picked and arranged with the freshest flowers to embody the message you wish to convey.
  • Working in partnership with the Ullswater Yacht Club (a Royal Yachting Association champion club) Waternook can offer an introduction to sailing and RYA training for those wishing to improve their skills for pleasure or for racing.
  • Private flying lessons – Enjoy the thrill of a lifetime by soaring over Ullswater and The Lake District National Park in a Gyrocopter, plane or helicopter. Whether you want to experience the exhilaration of being in control, or you prefer the instructor to fly, leaving you free to appreciate the mountain views and even take some photographs – it’s entirely up to you. Please note flights are weather dependent.

Five Star opulence on Ullswater, Waternook Estate is quite simply outstanding and luxurious in every way. Recently rated ‘Top 3 in England’ by VisitEngland Awards for Excellence, Waternook is probably the most prestigious self-catering experience with luxury concierge services in the British Isles.

Exclusively yours, this magnificent private estate comprises two luxury 17th Century properties: Waternook, sleeping 12, and The Great Barn, sleeping six.

The residences occupy a sublime, secluded setting within 26 acres of private grounds with ½ mile of lake shoreline, commanding simply breathtaking uninterrupted panoramic views of Ullswater and the surrounding mountains.

Both properties have been rated ‘Top 3 in England’ by VisitEngland Awards for Excellence’ in 2017, Top 50 Best Cottages in the UK and No.1 in The Lake District’ by The Times and ‘Top 12 party pads’ by The Sunday Times. Rated Visit England 5 Star Gold, they won the 2016 Cumbria Tourism Awards as well as being featured on ITV’s This Morning and Lorraine.

Exclusive use of the estate includes these highlights: boathouse and jetty; private cinema; Spa and Wellness Sanctuary featuring a Laconium and bar leading out onto an infinity terrace with hot tub and views over Ullswater; function suite with minstrel’s gallery in The Lake Room, perfect to indulge your special celebration, intimate wedding reception or luxury conference; and fully fitted outdoor kitchen and barbecue terrace.

Now leave aside the ‘million dollar views and setting’ for a moment and stroll through Waternook and The Great Barn – their sleek sophisticated interior styling and perfectionist attention to detail ensures that these luxury self-catering homes will inspire even the most discerning guest.

Whether you are celebrating a happy event, searching for the perfect setting for an intimate wedding reception or just spending time with your favourite people, here is a magical treat delivering sheer luxury and matching your high expectations.

To complement your stay, the luxury self-catering accommodation offers an array of luxury concierge services. These range from private chefs and butlers to beauty treatments, personalised yoga lessons, sailing lessons and helicopter tours. In fact, Waternook is only too happy to help source your perfect activity or interest.

Your four legged friends are well catered for too – two extremely well-behaved dogs are allowed in each property and dog beds can also be provided upon request.

Surrounded by stunning Lakeland fells, which are ideal for walking, Waternook Estate is set amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery you’ll find in England. It is the perfect retreat for a relaxing get away and, for those thrill seekers looking for the next adrenalin rush, the perfect playground for adventure!

Nestled on the side of Hallin Fell there is an abundance of stunning walks to enjoy direct from your front door. If you would rather embark on your own Swallows and Amazons adventure there is a lot of Ullswater to explore and kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, motor boats and RYA sailing lessons can be arranged at the Ullswater Yacht Club. Waternook Estate are also only too happy to arrange for private fishing tuition from one of the local qualified instructors.

For a day out with a difference, board one of the Ullswater Steamers which sail all year round and experience Ullswater in a completely different light. You can hop on at Howtown (just a short walk from Waternook) and trip around the lake jumping on and off at various locations including Glenridding, Aira Force and Pooley Bridge. From Glenridding you can take on the challenging trek leading up Helvellyn to Striding and Swirral Edges. Aira Force Waterfall boasts spectacular walks through the woodlands trailing alongside the rushing rapids.

Ullswater is one of many wonderful places in the Lake District offering visitors an experience that will be truly memorable. Unspoilt, untamed and bursting with everything the Lake District has to offer, it is a place that is relatively untouched by tourism and a place that offers a complete escape from our daily lives.

However you decide to enjoy your stay, you are certainly spoilt for choice, and there is certainly no finer place to escape to than Waternook Estate for a memorable experience.

2019-11-11 J Hewitt, England "Unbelievably Great House. 10 of us stayed here for 4 nights. A wonderful house in a breathtaking location. The communal areas of the house were large a spacious, so people weren't crammed together for the weekend. All the bedrooms are lovely with comfortable beds and duvets. The whole house was spotlessly clean, well equipped (especially the kitchen) and an absolute pleasure to be in."
2017-10-02 ElysiaG, Birmingham (Trip Advisor) "It's not very often that photos seen on a marketing page live up to reality but with the Great Barn and the Waternook estate as a whole it really was even better in reality. The Great Barn is tastefully decorated throughout, has everything you could wish for including exceptionally comfortable beds and views to die for.

We had mixed weather over the weekend but it really didn't matter you can enjoy this property come rain or shine.

We also made use of the concierge services to arrange a private chef on Saturday evening and the food was delicious.

This is definitely not a once in a lifetime stay - we have to come back for more!"
2017-07-27 apavdog (Trip Advisor) "Rented both the main house and the great barn for a family weekend. Absolutely fabulous! Plenty of room to spread out in both houses, really tastefully decorated, comfy beds, everything you could need. Great walks from the property and the steamer stops 5-10 mins away. Dominic was fab, excellent service and attention. We will be back!!!!"


Ullswater is much more than scenic views and tasty teas around the lake – it’s all-action! You can click here to read our blog post ’Top 12 Ullswater Activities’.


The most popular pastime whilst at Waternook Estate is simply gazing out across the lake at the stunning Lakeland scenery, as William Wordsworth may have once enjoyed while composing the famous romantic poem, Daffodils. You might also like to stroll through the beautiful Lake District countryside that inspired Beatrix Potter to write her children’s books.

Waternook estate boasts a private jetty and boathouse and there are 26 acres of gardens and grounds with half a mile of lake shore where you may wander at leisure.

Ullswater is thought by many to be the most beautiful of all the lakes in the English Lake District, a serpentine body of water snaking a nine mile course under the lea of magnificent fells, woodland and mountain. Much of the lake, its shore and surrounding fells are accessible for visitors to explore, where you will find some of the finest walks and water activities, along with the amenities of the lakeside villages.

The area is excellent for either touring or relaxing and there are many walks from Waternook including Hallin Fell, towering above and behind Waternook. One of the best walks in the National Park is the trail that runs along the eastern shores of Ullswater. Experience this inspirational walk straight from Waternook, dominated by Place Fell, St Sunday Cragg, and Fairfield. (distance 7 miles).You will be able to ramble all day with a magnificent view always in your sight. For the return journey, board the steamboat from Glenridding to Howtown.

At the southern end of the Lake you will find Glenridding, a popular little village and an excellent base to explore plentiful challenging peaks but especially Helvellyn via Striding Edge – a long ambitious walk (8 miles + elevation change).

A gentler walk is Aira Force, probably the most famous of the Lake District waterfalls. The main force falls some 70ft below a stone footbridge – so don’t forget your camera. There are many walks of varying length here, the link following the 1 mile circular route up to the waterfall and back.

Pooley Bridge is a picturesque village at the northern most point of the lake and only 4 miles from Waternook; from here you can visit the wonderful market towns of Penrith and Keswick.

Getting on the water is easy especially from Waternook, with over half a mile of your very own Lake frontage! You can take a boat cruise on one of the five beautiful steamers in the Ullswater Steamer fleet. They run the boats from Glenridding, with piers also at Pooley Bridge, Aira Force and Howtown. It’s a great way to see the lake from a different perspective and well worth taking a camera.

Boat hire is readily available, where you have a varied selection of craft on offer including kayaks, sailing boats and little motorboats, along with hire of fishing tackle and licenses.

Further afield you have Keswick, the main town of the north lakes – a bustling market town set between the peaks of Skiddaw and the gentle beauty of Derwentwater. An all year round town there are good shops, a host of restaurants and cafes, along with museums, a theatre, cinema and leisure centre. The market towns of Penrith and Alston lie to the North West on the edge of the Eden Valley and are well worth a visit.

Back south, leaving Patterdale, you take the Kirkstone Pass which winds its way through high fell and brings you down to the south lakes and Windermere.

All in all there is a much to see and do, both around the lake and nearby areas, towns and villages where to get the best from your visit it is well worth investing in a few good guides and maps.


Kirkstone Pass from Patterdale to Ambleside is justifiably famous as a driving route and the Lakeland’s highest pass open to motor traffic.

The Honister Pass is a beautiful journey linking Keswick and Derwentwater with Buttermere, Crummock Water and Loweswater.


For the more adventurous guest there are a variety of outdoor activities to try out including pony trekking, mountain biking, sailing, paragliding and many more. Waternook’s concierge service is able to make arrangements for all of these activities.


Acorn Bank, National Trust Garden and Watermill (14.5 miles).

Hutton in the Forest House and gardens (15.5 miles).

Dalemain House, Gardens and Estate & Tea Room (6.5 miles).

Lowther Castle & Gardens and Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre (8.3 miles).

Appleby Castle, Boroughgate, Appleby-in-Westmorland (21 miles) dates back to the 11th century with an impressive Norman Keep and earthworks. The Great Hall has some fine paintings. The walled gardens, children’s play area and tea rooms cater to a variety of interests. Open 10am – 5pm from April – October.

Levens Hall historic house and gardens (41 miles) – a bit farther afield, but definitely worth the journey.


The Rheged Centre, Penrith (8.5 miles) – indoor soft play area, pottery painting, castle themed outdoor playground, large 3D cinema screen, collection of shops featuring local crafts, produce & restaurants.

Penrith Leisure Centre & Eden Climbing Wall, Penrith Leisure Centre, Penrith (9.2 miles) – Eden Climbing wall, gym, 25 meter indoor pool, 13 meter indoor learner pool, indoor bowls. Pay by activity available (no fixed membership necessary & very reasonable prices for activities). Please call to check times and activities.

Crafty Monkeys, 3 Corney Square, Penrith (10 miles). This is a welcoming pottery and crafts studio in the middle of Penrith which has a range of great activities for kids and adults including pottery wheels, pottery painting, glass painting, mosaic making, build a bear, plant pot painting.

Langwathby railway station (13 miles) is a stop on the Settle-Carlisle Railway, which is one of the most beautiful railway journeys in Britain. The line covers 70 miles of tracks with 20 major sandstone viaducts (including one 90 feet high at Ormonside) spanning various ravines and 14 tunnels. The railway offers service throughout the day with a number of small stops enroute and has periodic steam engine trips.

The Puzzling Place, Keswick (20 miles).

The Pencil Museum, Southey Works, Keswick (21 miles), home to the world’s longest colour pencil, which is nearly eight metres tall! Learn all about the history of pencil as well as taking part in creative workshops, discovering the Secret Pencil Exhibition and escape to the Kids Art Studio while the adults relax and have a cuppa and a sticky bun at the riverside location.

The World of Beatrix Potter, Bowness on Windermere (26 miles).

Whinlatter Forest, near Keswick (25 miles). Attractions include a Go Ape! high ropes course, mountain bike rental from Cyclewise – there are some great cycle trails through the woods, walking trails and a woodland based playground which connects via the trees to nine different play areas including stream based play and a great low level climbing wall.



Keswick Film Festival, Keswick (20 miles).


Words by the Water Festival of Words & Ideas, Theatre by the Lake, Keswick (21.5 miles).
World’s Original Marmalade Festival, Dalemain (6.5 miles).


Pirelli Carlisle Rally, Carlisle (29 miles).
Ullswater Daff Fest.
Ullswater Yacht Club annual Daffodil Regatta.


Melmerby May Day Festival, Melmerby (17 miles).
Langwathby May Day Festival (13 miles).


Keswick Beer Festival, Keswick (20 miles).
Appleby Horse Fair, Appleby-in-Westmorland (20 miles).
The Cumberland Show, Carlisle Racecourse (26 miles).
Ullswater Fair, Patterdale (13 miles).


Skelton Show, Old Park, Hutton-in-the Forest (15 miles).
Penrith Show, Brougham Hall Farm, Penrith (8.5 miles).
Great Musgrave Rush Bearing, Great Musgrave (28 miles).
Appleby Town Carnival, Appleby-in-Westmorland (20 miles).
Langwathby Scarecrow Festival, Langwathby (13 miles).
Derwent Water Regatta, Crow Park, Keswick (21 miles).
Kendal Calling, Lowther Deer Park (8 miles).


Fell Pony Breed Show, Dalemain (6.5 miles).
Appleby Show, near Appleby Golf Course (23 miles).
Lowther Show, Lowther Castle (8.3 miles).
Ravenstonedale Agricultural Show, Ravenstonedale (33 miles).
Crosby Ravensworth Show & Vintage Rally, Maulds Meaburn (19.4 miles).
Patterdale Dog Day, Patterdale (13 miles).
Great British Food Festival, Dalemain (6.5 miles).
Keswick Agricultural Show, Braithwaite, Keswick (22.5 miles).
Dufton Agricultural Show, Dufton (20.6 miles).
Ullswater Yacht Club annual August Regatta.


Hesket Newmarket Agricultural Show, Hesket Newmarket (19 miles).

Things you need to know about Waternook Estate if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any of our properties
  • Two well-behaved dogs are offered accommodation in the boot room in Waternook which benefits from underfloor heating and fell views. Guests at Waternook – please keep your pets in the boot room only. Two extremely well-behaved dogs are allowed at The Great Barn – please keep your pets off furniture and on the ground floor. Dog beds can also be provided upon request
  • Minimum 3 night weekend stay, 4 night mid-week stay or 7 night week long stay. Although there is a Friday and Monday changeover, we accept requests
  • A damage deposit of £1000.00 on each property will be requested one week before arrival. Full details will be provided along with the directions
  • Guests are advised to take care when by the lakeside water’s edge. Children must be supervised at all times
  • Waternook has its own private boathouse and jetty. Please speak to a member of the Bookings Team to discuss your requirements if you wish to bring a boat to Waternook
  • If you would like to host a special event or function at The Great Barn please speak to a member of our Bookings Team for further information
  • Guests at The Great Barn should take care on the spiral staircase leading to the upstairs bedroom
  • There are some low beams in The Great Barn
  • The Great Barn has WiFi capability installed but speeds are slow due to the proximity of the mountains
  • No fireworks please
  • Not suitable for hens and stag parties
  • * Concierge Services are third-party suppliers and Waternook simply offer contact details for You to enquire and access services directly from Suppliers if you chose to. Waternook do not accept liability as this is a matter between You and the Supplier. Written consent is required from Waternook for use of any third-party supplier on the property, including those suppliers of whom we have provided details.
  • * Covid-19 measures for this property:
    In full compliance with the hospitality industry cleaning protocols and safety guidance.
    Intensively cleaned and sanitised.
    Contact-free check in and check out.
    Complete privacy and exclusive use of the cottage during your holiday.
    Date changes for all existing and new bookings if the lockdown measures are extended or re-imposed.
    Naturally isolated.

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

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