Coach House


Blanton House was originally used as stables for the horses and coaches which used the Sun Inn, opposite Blanton House and is ideally located in the centre of the popular village of Pooley Bridge  just 400 metres from the shore of Lake Ullswater and within 1 mile of Park Foot holiday park.

The stables have been converted to a high standard to provide 2 cottages, Stable Cottage being 2 bedroomed and Coach House having 3 bedrooms.

Ground floor :

  • Lounge with smart TV.
  • Dining/kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. Please note, there is no iron.
  • Cloakroom with WC and hand basin.

First floor :

  • Bathroom with shower over bath, hand basin and WC.
  • 2 Twin bedrooms.
  • King Sized bedroom with en suite.


Use of the nearby Park Foot holiday park facilities when open.



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Key Information

No smoking

No iron provided

Towels included

Central heating provided

Use of Park Foot Holiday Park facilities when park open

Properties are available for occupation from 5pm on day of arrival and must be vacated by 10am on the day of your departure.

A £100 damages deposit is payable on booking. This is refunded after check out, providing the property is left in a respectful condition.

Properties are accessed by key codes which are situated outside the properties. These are emailed out at 5,00pm on the day of arrival.

A 50% deposit is payable on booking

All properties are fully equipped with crockery and cooking utensils, pillows, duvets and linen. 

Kitchens contain a cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, cafetiere and kettle.  

Living rooms have smart TV’s. Bathrooms with bath/shower WC, basin, shaver point, and heated towel rail.

All properties are now available to book either Friday-Friday, Friday – Monday or Monday – Friday.

About the location


Penrith 6 miles.

The village of Pooley Bridge is at the northern extremity of the lake, just one mile from Park Foot. The new stainless steel bridge straddles the River Eamont as it flows out of Ullswater. It is overlooked by Dunmallard Hill which was the site of an Iron Age fort. For much of its length Ullswater forms the border between the ancient counties of Cumberland and Westmorland.