01 Jan Oaks Country House
The Oaks building was built in 1862 for Cammell Laird, the famous ship building company based in Birkenhead, as a Lakeland Country House. The main entrance is a hall being lined by decorative oak panels, and there is an level lawn with a flat topped stone wall elevated above the grounds that fall away to the south, providing distant views of the rolling hills to the south.
The Oaks is being refurbished to a very high standard. The Oaks will boast 12 bedrooms, with a palatial open-plan kitchen, extensive dining room, a sauna, two lounges, two TV rooms, two hot tubs and acres of beautiful wooded grounds that you can explore and relax in.
Watch this space for photos of the recently refurbished House, it really is going to be an exemplary offer, offering an events and/or holiday let venue in a truly unique