Three properties set in the heart of Orroland Estate, which enjoys panoramic views over the Isle of Man and the Cumberland hills. Each is set in its own landscaped grounds around a 5-minute walk from any other property. They share a wild flower meadow and private loch and a choice of paths wind down to the rocky sea shore with rock pools to explore and waterfalls to discover. Open fires are a treat after a day of exploration. Children and dogs are welcome. Large parties can accommodate 14 people in Orroland Lodge and many of our guests are couples who enjoy plenty of space and a special price for 2 in the two cottages. A holiday at Orroland is good for the soul, peaceful and private with a touch of Famous Five adventure!
This was our third stay at Cutlar's Lodge in as many years, and it won't be our last. The cottage is lovely, spotless, well equipped and the home made cake on arrival is always much appreciated - thank you Fiona. We find it's the perfect place to relax, the walk down to the beach is lovely and I think this is probably our two dogs favourite place in the whole world. We had three teenage boys with us who made good use of the games room and the Monopoly board. Even though it was August, it was a little chilly at night which gave us a perfect excuse to light the fire. It's great to have such...more
Second time at Orroland....still as good as we remembered. Cottage is spacious, warm and stylish, but in a relaxed, informal way. Kitchen has everything you need and beds are ridiculously comfortable. Welcome drinks and tasty cake was much appreciated. Games room a huge bonus, especially on rainy days (to be expected in October). The grounds are amazing for wandering and exercising the dog...we even made it down to the shore this time via a lovely stroll through woodland. Well worth the trip - the power of the sea on the rocks was amazing. Can't rate the cottage highly enough - will cer...more
A dozen cousins came in late September ~ soft sunshine and a wild hailstorm ~ partly to remember their great-gt.-gt.-gt.-step-grandmother, Agnes Cutlar of Orroland.
All were very comfortable and felt entirely at home, whether out on the terrace, picknicking down at the hut ( 3 lazy lunches in warm sun ~ not bad going for late September! ), watching nuthatches and great- & blue-tits ( and once a red squirrel disappearing into the trees ), engaging, or observing ( UN-like ), mortal combat at the Pool table, and revelling in the Dark Sky for star-gazing . The t/v wasn't switched on once.