Holiday cottage in the Lake District, near Coniston (Aug
The listing is for self-catering accommodation for any 3 nights between 12/8 & 5/9/19 . Just let us know which three nights you require when booking. Extra nights available if required. The Low Farm is a beautiful, 17th century, stone Long House in a stunning location in the breath taking Duddon valley.This traditional Lakeland cottage has generous accommodation for up to 9 guests, in 4 bedrooms, and has many original features, including flagstone and Oak floors, beamed ceilings, wood burning stove, open fire places, Aga, original doors, timber panelling and a lovely wood fired hot tub. It sits on a generous plot with beautiful gardens, great views and ample parking, just a short walk from the babbling, clear waters of the River Duddon. The accommodation consists of a farmhouse kitchen, dining room, living room, snug / 2nd living room, downstairs cloakroom, utility / drying room (in adjoining barn), two double bedrooms, one twin bedroom (+ pull out bed), bunk room, family bathroom and shower room. There is free wi-fi and a coin operated pay phone. A Scandinavian style, wood fired hot tub is available to guests, the perfect way to relax and enjoy this lovely location and the amazing night skies that this area has to offer.The village of Ulpha has a small shop / post office and the Newfield Inn / restaurant is 1.5mis (comfortable walk) away in neighbouring Seathwaite. The Blacksmith’s Arms in Broughton Mills (4 mis) serves great food and local beers and there are numerous other hostelries in nearby Broughton-in-Furness and Eskdale. The Stepping Stones and Ulpha Bridge are popular spots for swimming, picnicking or just messing about by the river. There is great fishing in the area, Wasdale & Eskdale are a short drive away and for those looking for a bigger challenge Scafell Pike (highest mountain in England) and The Old Man of Coniston are within easy reach. And if its a day at the beach you’re looking for there is a lovely coastline and shingle beaches at Haverigg, Silecroft & Silloth, between ten & twelve miles to the south. There are many tourist attractions in the area, including Muncaster Castle and Ravenglas & Eskdale Railway. Dates available at reduced price due to cancellation.
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