This gorgeous Lake District cottage truly enjoys the very best of both worlds; strolling distance from bustling Coniston village centre and the shores of Coniston Water, yet in absolute peace and quiet with delightful garden commanding breath-taking views over the lake from this elevated spot.
Chocolate box material, this pretty setting has to be seen to be fully appreciated, found on the slopes of Coniston Old Man commanding the inspiring view - perfect. Inside the traditional cottage has flagged floors, comfy furnishings to relax in by the warming open fire. The lake view bedroom is a romantic space and even has a dressing room. The terraced garden with more lake views is a place to enjoy al-fresco living on sunny days.
Accommodation in detail
Found in an elevated position, park your car on the lane just before the Cottage and then gaze at that view; enter into the cosy yet sophisticated lounge overlooking the lake and with the open fire for romantic nights in. The kitchen / dining room has all you may need and with access to the rear patio area and useful outhouse, ideal for storing the expensive mountain bikes. Upstairs to the lake view king size bedroom complete with separate dressing room and shower room.
A Coniston holiday cottage takes you slightly away from the hustle and bustle of Bowness and Lake Windermere, to a wilder landscape full of adventure. Coniston Water is famous for its part in Arthur Ransome's Swallows and Amazons, with Peel Island being the setting for the 'Wild Cat Island' featured in the story. The lake is also known for Donald Campbell's water speed record attempt in 'Bluebird'.
But the real magic comes from the breathtaking surroundings; dramatic fells including Coniston Old Man which is found behind your cottage, wild woodlands and wonderful Lake District walks. You'll have access to no end of stunning routes, from leisurely strolls to challenging ascents. You'll enjoy access to the peaceful village centre, well equipped for stocking up the kitchen with traditional butcher and supermarket.
There are lovely tea rooms, cafes and traditional Lakeland pubs in Coniston village, and the Black Bull Inn is well worth a visit for its award-winning brewery the Coniston Brewing Co.
For a cultured day out, head to Brantwood historic house - an impressive residence overlooking the lake, once home to John Ruskin the famous artist, writer and creative thinker. You'll find a range of events on offer, such as talks, concerts, craft workshops and even outdoor theatre.
Gorgeous Lakeland Cottage
Superb lake views
Gas central heating
Double electric oven
Fridge & freezer
Short walk to the village centre and lake
Beautiful terraced cottage garden with patio and furniture
Secure bike store