Poppy Cottage, Coniston Holiday Cottage

Coniston Cottages

Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Coniston

Here at Lakelovers we have some of the best holiday cottages in the area, including Coniston Cottages. Close to the shores of Coniston Water, the third longest lake in the Lake District, and overlooked by Coniston Old Man, one of the most popular fells in the Lakes for walking or running, this well served village is surrounded by spectacular wild landscapes and renowned as a base for outdoor adventure. Historically, Coniston was a rural farming community, owned largely by Furness Abbey and its monastic order who made much of their money farming the now famous Herdwick sheep. Rich in copper and slate, Coniston also became a mining and quarrying village. And, in 1858 a railway was built to service the mining industry, which opened to tourists a year later making Coniston a popular holiday destination loved for its outstanding natural beauty.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic break for two in a traditional Coniston cottage overlooking the water, or a family holiday for you, the kids and the dog, our Coniston cottages will cater for your every need.

Lakelovers offer both traditional and contemporary Coniston holiday cottages. From idyllic Lakeland cottages in white-washed stone and slate, with exposed beams, wooden floors and open fireplaces; to farmhouse conversions with private lake access. A mix of contemporary luxury in the form of modern fixtures and fittings, hot tubs and saunas, with well-preserved traditional features and incredible fell and lake views; who could resist a holiday in Coniston?

Alternative holiday cottage locations nearby:

Coniston out and about

Our carefully selected holiday cottages, dotted across the Coniston area, are all within easy access of a wide range of excellent eateries serving locally-sourced food, giving you the best experience of visiting this spectacular part of the South Lakes.Why not drop into Yew Tree Farm Heritage Meats and try some Herdwick Hogget, as endorsed by no other than Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Alternatively, eat out at Steam Bistro, located on Tilberthwaite Avenue and choose from a range of delicious foods to suit all tastes.

Activities in the local area include boating out on Coniston Water, just as Arthur Ransome’s characters did in Swallows and Amazons. Hire rowboats and canoes, or take a leisurely cruise from Coniston Launch or the National Trust Steam Yacht Gondola to Brantwood historic house, former home of John Ruskin, eminent Victorian art critic and poet. The house is home to beautiful paintings and furniture. Plus there are quizzes and activities to be enjoyed by adults and children alike.

Ruskin’s final resting place can be found in Coniston, as can that of British speed record breaker Donald Campbell. Campbell died in 1967 whilst trying to break the water speed record on Coniston Water in his rocket-powered boat, Bluebird. The boat now lends its name to a Champion beer brewed at the Coniston Brewing Company. For those of you wanting to sample the tipple, visit the Black Bull pub attached to the brewery on Coppermines Road.

Another popular tourist attract is The Monk Coniston estate, previously owned by Beatrix Potter and donated to National Trust on her deathbed, and stretches from Coniston to Skelwith Bridge.

There are, of course, many wonderful walking experiences to choose from around the Coniston area too. The Old Man of Coniston is one such walk and here you will be following in the footsteps of the renowned fell walker and author Alfred Wainwright. At 803 meters this walk is a fine challenge for anyone and offers beautiful views from start to end.

If you are a lover of the outdoors, a holiday in Coniston is the perfect place to enjoy some of the best outdoors activities in the Lakes. Some of the excellent activity centres in the area include; Joint Adventures for those looking for adrenaline and an action-packed day out; River Deep Mountain High offering a range of things to do and catering to families, large groups and team days, as well as individuals; and Spoon Hall Pony Trekking, for a great way to enjoy the iconic scenery.

Getting to Coniston is easy both by car and by bus, with services running from Kendal and Windermere via Ambleside daily. You can also purchase a Ruskin Rambler, which gives you travel on the 505 Coniston Rambler, a return ticket on the Coniston Launch and entrance to Brantwood.

And if you’re travelling to the Lake District without a car, make sure you take a Bluebird Tour,famous as the best way to see the area if you’re visiting by bus or train. Throughout Coniston you’ll find excellent activities, great places to eat (and drink local ale) and iconic Lake District scenery, all on the doorstep of our superb selection of Coniston cottages.

For further information on things to do in Coniston, we have provided information on exploring, places to eat in Coniston and walking.

With such a range of activities to try and places to visit in Coniston, there’s no reason to go further a field, but if you do then a trip down the beautiful Langdale Valley or to enjoy the peace and quiet of Hawkshead are just two of the many options open to you.

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  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Infants welcome

Perched high in the hills of the beautiful Duddon Valley, with breathtaking views to the Coniston Fells, and Harter Fell rising majestically to the north, Grass Guards is set in an amazing location. This secluded farm dates back over 500 years and has been lovingly refurbished to create a high quality retreat for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of modern day life and to relax and enjoy one of the most beautiful corners of the Lake District.

Available From£595
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Mill Dam Cottage Coniston
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 1 car
  • Infants welcome

Situated in a small terrace of mill workers cottages, on the edge of Coniston Village, Mill Dam Cottage is a quaint and quirky Lakeland cottage with lots of charm and character from its lows ceilings, steep cottage stairs and the occasional squeaky floor board! Situated in a clearing in the woods close to the mill beck with gardens to front and rear and glimpses of Coniston Water from the sitting room and master bedroom, this is a really delightful cottage and a real retreat to get away from it all for a few days.

Available From£375
Special Offer
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

This enchanting 17th century Lakeland cottage has had an indulgent contemporary refurbishment, creating an oasis of luxury in a breathtaking rural setting. The sublime location has to be experienced to be appreciated; a walker's paradise of lush green valley that's still only a few miles from the villages of Broughton and Coniston.

Available From£449
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Brooklands Langdale
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

Brooklands Cottage is straight out of Hansel and Gretel's fairytail providing blissful escapism from the humdrum of everyday life in this magical setting over the River Brathay amidst glorious woodland in the heart of Little Langdale. From the moment you arrive at this romantic detached cottage, you will feel all worries and troubles melt away…

Available From£495
Special Offer
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 2 pets allowed

A traditional 18th century Lakeland farmhouse, recently refurbished to offer the combination of its own enticing charms and all the advantages of its location. Today Rose Cottage is a Lakeland cottage full of character. Yes it has the low ceilings, flagstone floors and vernacular dark oak furniture that would have been familiar to Wordsworth and the Romantic poets.

Available From£595
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Coniston Water 2 Coniston
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars

This beautifully placed hideaway truly enjoys the very best of both worlds; strolling distance from bustling Coniston village centre and yet right by the shores of Coniston Water at Waterhead, set in absolute peace and quiet within a delightful country guest house commanding breathtaking views of the dramatic surrounding mountains including Coniston Old Man.

Available From£345
Special Offer
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

This former quarryman's cottage enjoys the perfect setting many would say; secluded and tranquil and set between Coniston and Little Langdale and not far from the dramatic Hodge Close quarries. There is great walking both high and low level right from your door. Set in a walker's paradise close to Langdale and the Coniston Fells, this traditional Lakeland cottage is a cosy retreat for lovers of the outdoors.

Available From£350
Special Offer ***Special Offer 7 nights was £1650 now £1450***
Raisthwaite Farm Coniston
  • Sleeps 10
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Parking for 5 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

What a setting for this 17th century detached traditional farmhouse found in an enviable secluded position surrounded by 25 acres of glorious Lake District countryside. Close by to the southern tip of Coniston Water alongside a working Lakeland farm, blissfully picturesque in every sense.

Available From£499
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Poppy Cottage Coniston
  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 3 cars
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

Poppy Cottage is an enchanting 200 year old cottage combining contemporary luxury with cosy styling set on the lower slopes of a mountain above this picturesque village - what a breathtaking setting.

Available From£499
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The Farmhouse Coniston
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Infants welcome

This quintessential adorable Lakeland cottage oozes character and sophistication and truly enjoys the very best of both worlds; walking distance from bustling Coniston village centre and the shores of Coniston Water, yet in absolute peace and quiet with delightful garden commanding breathtaking views of the dramatic surrounding mountains over and the lake itself.

Available From£450
Special Offer 7 nights reduced from £450 to £360
Coniston Water 1 Coniston
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 1 pet allowed

This beautifully placed hideaway truly enjoys the very best of both worlds; strolling distance from bustling Coniston village centre and yet right by the shores of Coniston Water at Waterhead, set in absolute peace and quiet within a delightful country guest house commanding breathtaking views of the dramatic surrounding mountains including Coniston Old Man.

Available From£335
Special Offer
Bracken Ground Coniston
  • Sleeps 10
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hot Tub
  • Parking for 10 cars
  • 2 pets allowed
  • Infants welcome

Just south of Coniston you'll find both luxurious retreat and nature-lovers' paradise; perfect for family and friendly gatherings in this spectacular area of the Lake District. Almost a year was spent nurturing Bracken Ground as a contemporary 5 star property that would sit beautifully in its wild and wonderful surroundings.

Available From£1595
Special Offer
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 1 car
  • 1 pet allowed
  • Infants welcome

Whatever the season, this bright, spacious and family-friendly cottage provides an excellent base for exploring Coniston and the surrounding area. Away from the rush and overlooking the breathtaking Coniston Fells, Mountain Ash Cottage remains only a few minutes' walk from shops, pubs and of course the lake shore.

Available From£350
Special Offer 7 nights reduced from £599 to £539
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Infants welcome

This traditional Lakeland cottage commands breathtaking views over Coniston Water from its elevated setting, yet it is only a 5 minute stroll to the picturesque and peaceful village of Coniston. Almost every room looks out over the lake and what a view! Spend lazy days in the garden, cosy nights in the cottage by the warming woodburning stove or wander into this ever popular destination; however you spend your time here, don't forget to bring your camera as the views are hard to better.

Available From£399
Special Offer
Sunbeam Cottage Coniston
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Open Fire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 1 car
  • Infants welcome

A short stroll from the shores of Coniston water, this traditional gamekeeper's cottage is full of the character of Lakeland stone-flagged floors, old oak beams, heartwarming fires and adorable cottage windows -all wrapped up with tasteful decor and furnishings. Views are to the lake and the Coniston fells, taking in Brantwood - famous home of John Ruskin. Sunbeam Cottage has an intriguing link with this famous writer and thinker - find out more when you arrive!

Available From£375
Special Offer
Curdle Dub Coniston
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Children welcome
  • Woodburner
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking for 1 car

The owners have created a comfortable and relaxing ambience having recently upgraded the kitchen and bathroom. Couples or families will feel entirely at home in this much loved holiday home. Curdle Dub is sheltered below the fells of the Coniston range in a peaceful position having a rural outlook towards the graceful valley at the head of Coniston Water and Grizedale Forest beyond.

Available From£355

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Poppy Cottage, Coniston Holiday Cottage

Coniston Cottages

Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Coniston

Here at Lakelovers we have some of the best holiday cottages in the area, including Coniston Cottages. Close to the shores of Coniston Water, the third longest lake in the Lake District, and overlooked by Coniston Old Man, one of the most popular fells in the Lakes for walking or running, this well served village is surrounded by spectacular wild landscapes and renowned as a base for outdoor adventure. Historically, Coniston was a rural farming community, owned largely by Furness Abbey and its monastic order who made much of their money farming the now famous Herdwick sheep. Rich in copper and slate, Coniston also became a mining and quarrying village. And, in 1858 a railway was built to service the mining industry, which opened to tourists a year later making Coniston a popular holiday destination loved for its outstanding natural beauty.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic break for two in a traditional Coniston cottage overlooking the water, or a family holiday for you, the kids and the dog, our Coniston cottages will cater for your every need.

Lakelovers offer both traditional and contemporary Coniston holiday cottages. From idyllic Lakeland cottages in white-washed stone and slate, with exposed beams, wooden floors and open fireplaces; to farmhouse conversions with private lake access. A mix of contemporary luxury in the form of modern fixtures and fittings, hot tubs and saunas, with well-preserved traditional features and incredible fell and lake views; who could resist a holiday in Coniston?

Alternative holiday cottage locations nearby:

Coniston out and about

Our carefully selected holiday cottages, dotted across the Coniston area, are all within easy access of a wide range of excellent eateries serving locally-sourced food, giving you the best experience of visiting this spectacular part of the South Lakes.Why not drop into Yew Tree Farm Heritage Meats and try some Herdwick Hogget, as endorsed by no other than Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Alternatively, eat out at Steam Bistro, located on Tilberthwaite Avenue and choose from a range of delicious foods to suit all tastes.

Activities in the local area include boating out on Coniston Water, just as Arthur Ransome’s characters did in Swallows and Amazons. Hire rowboats and canoes, or take a leisurely cruise from Coniston Launch or the National Trust Steam Yacht Gondola to Brantwood historic house, former home of John Ruskin, eminent Victorian art critic and poet. The house is home to beautiful paintings and furniture. Plus there are quizzes and activities to be enjoyed by adults and children alike.

Ruskin’s final resting place can be found in Coniston, as can that of British speed record breaker Donald Campbell. Campbell died in 1967 whilst trying to break the water speed record on Coniston Water in his rocket-powered boat, Bluebird. The boat now lends its name to a Champion beer brewed at the Coniston Brewing Company. For those of you wanting to sample the tipple, visit the Black Bull pub attached to the brewery on Coppermines Road.

Another popular tourist attract is The Monk Coniston estate, previously owned by Beatrix Potter and donated to National Trust on her deathbed, and stretches from Coniston to Skelwith Bridge.

There are, of course, many wonderful walking experiences to choose from around the Coniston area too. The Old Man of Coniston is one such walk and here you will be following in the footsteps of the renowned fell walker and author Alfred Wainwright. At 803 meters this walk is a fine challenge for anyone and offers beautiful views from start to end.

If you are a lover of the outdoors, a holiday in Coniston is the perfect place to enjoy some of the best outdoors activities in the Lakes. Some of the excellent activity centres in the area include; Joint Adventures for those looking for adrenaline and an action-packed day out; River Deep Mountain High offering a range of things to do and catering to families, large groups and team days, as well as individuals; and Spoon Hall Pony Trekking, for a great way to enjoy the iconic scenery.

Getting to Coniston is easy both by car and by bus, with services running from Kendal and Windermere via Ambleside daily. You can also purchase a Ruskin Rambler, which gives you travel on the 505 Coniston Rambler, a return ticket on the Coniston Launch and entrance to Brantwood.

And if you’re travelling to the Lake District without a car, make sure you take a Bluebird Tour,famous as the best way to see the area if you’re visiting by bus or train. Throughout Coniston you’ll find excellent activities, great places to eat (and drink local ale) and iconic Lake District scenery, all on the doorstep of our superb selection of Coniston cottages.

For further information on things to do in Coniston, we have provided information on exploring, places to eat in Coniston and walking.

With such a range of activities to try and places to visit in Coniston, there’s no reason to go further a field, but if you do then a trip down the beautiful Langdale Valley or to enjoy the peace and quiet of Hawkshead are just two of the many options open to you.

Even more details