Carrock - Luxury Pod

UK England North West England Cumbria Carlisle Hayton Hideaways

  • Sleeps 4 (max 3 adults, 2 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • En-suite bathroom/toilet

The Owner Says

Carrock Pod has a double bed and a small double sofa-bed.  The double bed is made up ready with luxury bedding, duvet, pillows and sheets and throws.   There is a Television with HDMI ports.  The kitchenette has a full size fridge with freezer compartment, combi microwave oven, two electric hobs, kettle and toaster.   Crockery, cooking utensils and Tea towels are provided along with washing up liquid and anti bacterial spays and ant-bac hand gel.

In the bathroom there is an electric shower and heated towel rail with bath and hand towels.

Outdoors there is a decked balcony area with chairs and to the side of your pod is a picnic bench and firepit all with spectacular views!  BBQs are available to hire upon request

Features & Facilities


The amazing countryside, peace and quiet, beautiful walks, the freshest air. Stunning views and

Food & Drink

We are spoiled with lots of amazing country pubs in the vicinity; The Stone Inn, Hayton is a short walk away. The Sting of Horses, Faugh, The Queens, Great Corby, The Duke of Cumberland, Castle Carrock, The Pheasant Inn, Cumwhitton are all about a 5 minute drive away. The market town of Brampton offers further pubs and cafes and a range of take-aways.

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Getting There

From the M6, leave at junction 43 and take the A69 towards Newcastle. Continue on this road for about four miles until you reach the traffic lights at Warwick Bridge. Turn right here for Heads Nook, then left for How Mill/Castle Carrock. Hayton Hideaways is on the left after a mile and a half.

If arriving from Newcastle and the east, take the A69 towards Carlisle until the traffic lights at Warwick Bridge. Turn left then follow the instructions above.

The nearest railway station is at Carlisle which has great connections. Buses to Hayton are infrequent and your hosts recommend a taxi from the 24-hour taxi rank but if you call and ask very nicely Dan might just pick you up.