Kirkland Hall Cottages

I have been asked to photograph some lovely cottages on the edge of the Pennines overlooking the Eden Valley and close to the Lake District.

There are four self catering cottages and are all beautifully presented with many original features including beamed ceilings and open fires with wood burners. The owners converted all four and their own cottage themselves using reclaimed wood from a whisky distillery. The original buildings date back to around 1070.  

Kirkland and all the surrounding land was given to a Norman Knight, William Le-Flemming by William the Conqueror in or around the year 1070. Most of the land was sold off over the centuries but our small farm remained in the Le-Flemming family until we bought it in 1975. 

If the images look inviting and interesting have a look at their website for more information or to make a booking:

Kirkland Hall Cottages