We love holidays in the Lake District and Eden Valley. Rowley Estates offer a very high standard of accommodation in great rural locations. We've stayed in several of their properties in recent years and need look no further for what we want. Very well maintained, high spec with attentive owners. Also great is flexibility over booking dates rather than the standard seven or fourteen day holiday.
A wonderful cosy cottage with fantastic facilities, a large well-stocked kitchen, big open-space lounge with wood burning stove and two ensuite bedrooms. There is a patio outside with terraced garden. Very friendly owners with lots of tips on where to go and the best pubs and restaurants of which there are many. This is our second, slightly longer visit and we will definitely be back.
This was our second visit to Jenny's Croft and will be visiting again very soon.
We would highly recommend the cottage which is decorated to a high standard and fully equipped.
The owner and housekeeping staff are excellent in communicating and assisting with your stay.
The cottage is situated in a lovely location within driving distance to some nice days out, restaurants and shopping.
Contacted Christine very very last minute to see if I could rent the cottage for the weekend and they pulled it out of the bag to get the cottage ready for me. It's absolutely perfect for either a couple of friends or a group of 4. The two ensuite's just make it so much easier than having to share a bathroom.
Even though the cottage is rural there's loads to see and do in the area, I'd recommend a lovely walk to Long Meg and down to the river. So very pretty.
Will definitely book again.
Staying at the Rowley Estates is always a pleasure. Jenny’s Croft is particularly wonderful as it has such a unique layout downstairs with the dual aspect log burner and is set in such tranquil surroundings in the unspoilt village of Glassonby. Stepping out the front door and catching sight of the stunning view with the rolling countryside to breathe in is just superb. We used the helpful walking guides provided to wonder up to Long Meg and her Daughters Stone Circle via the quaint local Addingham Church where the Rowley name is present. And a drive out over the Kirkstone Pass is always a favourite, this time taking us to Ambleside by way of Pooley Bridge. Incredibly dramatic scenery on such a crisp blue winter’s day.
From enquiry through to our stay the process is swift and convenient. Christine and Jilly are so considerate making sure you have everything you need to make your stay perfect. I can’t recommend any of their properties highly enough. Give it a try - you’ll not regret it.