Drawell is a delightful cosy well equipped cottage situated on a working beef and sheep farm but within its own private area and gardens.
Nestling in the slopes of the Howgill fells. Inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Beautiful scenery and views.
An ideal location for walking or touring the Dales or the Lake District.
Drawell has strong quaker connections. George Fox a famous quaker stayed at Drawell on his way to preach at Fox's Pulpit. (A famous quaker landmark).
Howgill is 2.5 miles from Sedbergh where there are pubs, cafes, shops, post office and garage and a traditional market on Wednesdays.
Drawell Cottage is well equiped with modern appliances to make your stay a comfortable and enjoyable one.
The bathroom has a bath and shower with towels provided.
In the kitchen you will find a washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave with a fridge and freezer located in a seperate pantry.
The cottage also has a CD/cassette/radio player, colour TV and video.
There is a combi bolier which provides a plentiful supply of hot water and all electricity is inclusive in the price. Bed linen is provided and a cot and highchair are available.
We also welcome well behaved dogs.
Drawell Cottage has two bedrooms: Both rooms have radiators for those colder months, ample wardrobe and storage space, bedside tables with lamps and spectacular views over the fells.