The Old Pottery formed part of the 17th Century corn mill that sat at the heart of Lindale village. . The owners have created a lovely, homely, ground floor, two bedroom, apartment which is just a few minutes from the popular “foodie” village of Cartmel. The little village of Lindale is also ideally placed to explore the surrounding area, including the popular village of Grange-Over-Sands on the shores of Morecambe Bay, whilst only a short drive from Lake Windermere. There are a myriad of great country walks and pubs in the neighbouring Lyth Valley
Accommodation In Detail
Slate steps lead down to a gravelled slate patio and the front door opens to a large porch with plenty of space for coats and boots. From here, step inside, to the welcoming open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Comfortable leather sofa and armchair are arranged around the TV and the feature slate fire with cosy, living flame, gas stove. The fitted kitchen is well equipped with gas hob, electric oven, a fridge/freezer, microwave and washer/drier.
Presented with a choice of two bedrooms, the first is a pretty and welcoming with a super king-size bed and the second a lovely single room. The bedrooms are complemented by a house bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC.
On a summers afternoon, relax with a glass of wine or afternoon tea on the slate chipped patio, with bistro garden furniture. To the side of the cottage there is allocated private parking for one car.
The Old Pottery is situated in the pretty village of Lindale that lies between the sands of Morecambe Bay and the stunning scenery of the Lake District.
Situated just a couple of miles from the beautiful Edwardian town of Grange-over-Sands, which boasts its own railway station with easy access to and from Manchester airport and the Lancashire towns. The property is within easy reach from the sleepy picture postcard village of Cartmel which has grown up around its famous 12th Century medieval Priory Church. Although steeped in history, Cartmel is not trapped in time and the village offers today's visitors many modern surprises in the form of fine quality attractions, shops, a wide variety of traditional Lakeland inns and cutting edge gourmet restaurants, including the internationally acclaimed, Michelin Star restaurant, L'Enclume. Around the village square you will discover a delightful assortment of genuine 16th - 18th century buildings. Cartmel is also known for its famous racecourse where meetings are regularly held throughout the year.
Ideally located to explore the wonders of the English Lake District, being 8 miles from Newby Bridge at the foot of Windermere where you can easily get to Bowness, Ambleside and Keswick. The Lyth Valley lies behind Cartmel Fell to the east of Lake Windermere. The valley is known for its serene agricultural landscapes, its vibrant damson blossom (and harvest – look out for locally made damson jam and damson gin from the valley in the local artisan food and farm shops) in spring, and its widely-acclaimed Lake District gastropubs including The Punchbowl at Crosthwaite and The Mason's Arms at Strawberry Bank and Hare and Hounds at Bowland Bridge.
Not far away is the market town of Ulverston, the birthplace of Stan Laurel. You can see the house he was born in and visit the Laurel and Hardy museum. There is a wonderful bronze statue of Stan and Ollie outside the Coronation Hall.
Ground floor Lakeland cottage apartment
1 Super King size bedroom
1 Single bedroom
Feature fireplace with gas fire
Patio with bistro garden furniture
Gas central heating
USB Charging Points
Parking for one car
Sorry no pets