Coniston Cottages Sleeping 2 – 4

Self-catering holiday cottages in Coniston, sleeping 2 to 4 people Considering couples cottages in Coniston or a sleeps 2-4 getaway? These gorgeous holiday properties sleep […]

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Coniston, sleeping 2 to 4 people

Considering couples cottages in Coniston or a sleeps 2-4 getaway? These gorgeous holiday properties sleep 2-4 people and are perfect for romantic breaks and small family getaways. Coniston has a is popular with holidaymakers wanting to explore the adventure capital of the Lakes.

Coniston

From your cottage doorstep you’ll find walking, cycling, fishing and boating activities. The village of Coniston sits on the third largest lake in the Lake District. Set at the base of The Old Man of Coniston, one of the most popular mountain walks in the Lakes.

For a walking holiday, heading up ‘The Old Man’ followed by a delicious pint of Bluebird from the microbrewery at The Black Bull. This is something of a ritual enjoyed at all times of year due to the well-established path. For other guests, centre stage is a short amble down to Coniston Boating Centre for some pebble skimming and a dip for furry four-legged guests.

Take in the marine atmosphere where Donald Campbell famously broke the world water speed record. From here day-trippers can catch the dog friendly passenger ferry to Brantwood House. Or take in attractions such as Wild Cat Island (Peel Island) and Holly Howe (Bank Ground Tearooms) of Swallows and Amazons fame.

If you’ve not been before, a visit to the John Ruskin Museum in the town centre is a must for the ‘Story of Coniston’.

Parking at Monk Coniston car park, a walk into the National trust owned estate and gardens and on to Tarn Hows gives holidaymakers a sample of the sights that a 19th century wealthy industrialist would impress his guests with. The short, low-level walk at Tarn Hows is particularly family friendly and accessible for wheelchairs and prams.

The preserved historical Lakeland village of Hawkshead is a short bus ride away. As is the famous 17th century former home of Beatrix Potter, Hill Top at Near Sawrey.

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Coniston Cottages Sleeping 2 – 4

Self-catering holiday cottages in Coniston, sleeping 2 to 4 people

Considering couples cottages in Coniston or a sleeps 2-4 getaway? These gorgeous holiday properties sleep 2-4 people and are perfect for romantic breaks and small family getaways. Coniston has a is popular with holidaymakers wanting to explore the adventure capital of the Lakes.

Coniston

From your cottage doorstep you’ll find walking, cycling, fishing and boating activities. The village of Coniston sits on the third largest lake in the Lake District. Set at the base of The Old Man of Coniston, one of the most popular mountain walks in the Lakes.

For a walking holiday, heading up ‘The Old Man’ followed by a delicious pint of Bluebird from the microbrewery at The Black Bull. This is something of a ritual enjoyed at all times of year due to the well-established path. For other guests, centre stage is a short amble down to Coniston Boating Centre for some pebble skimming and a dip for furry four-legged guests.

Take in the marine atmosphere where Donald Campbell famously broke the world water speed record. From here day-trippers can catch the dog friendly passenger ferry to Brantwood House. Or take in attractions such as Wild Cat Island (Peel Island) and Holly Howe (Bank Ground Tearooms) of Swallows and Amazons fame.

If you’ve not been before, a visit to the John Ruskin Museum in the town centre is a must for the ‘Story of Coniston’.

Parking at Monk Coniston car park, a walk into the National trust owned estate and gardens and on to Tarn Hows gives holidaymakers a sample of the sights that a 19th century wealthy industrialist would impress his guests with. The short, low-level walk at Tarn Hows is particularly family friendly and accessible for wheelchairs and prams.

The preserved historical Lakeland village of Hawkshead is a short bus ride away. As is the famous 17th century former home of Beatrix Potter, Hill Top at Near Sawrey.

Not what you were looking for? View all available Cottages in Coniston.

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