Short Breaks in Coniston

We have Coniston short breaks for all occasions and throughout the year. From romantic mid-week getaways to family boltholes, Coniston short breaks cottages are just […]

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We have Coniston short breaks for all occasions and throughout the year. From romantic mid-week getaways to family boltholes, Coniston short breaks cottages are just the tonic.

1 hour off the M6 motorway, the journey to your Coniston short break cottage takes you through the heart of some of the most famous landscape in the UK. Pass alongside Lake Windermere, England’s largest and most beautiful natural lake. Before turning towards Coniston Water – the place of sporting hero’s and adventure.

We offer a range of Coniston short breaks throughout the year. If you can’t find what you are looking for, or would like to hear our latest short break special offers, please call us on 015394 88855 (Mon-Sat 9.30am – 5.30pm).

Arrive at your luxury Coniston short breaks cottage. There you can walk up one of the Lake District’s most loved fells, The Old Man of Coniston. And see the remains of a once prosperous copper mining industry. Cycle the world-class trails of Grizedale Forest or take in famous forest sculptures on foot. The finest refurbished steam yacht Gondola sails from Coniston Launch. As well as daily steam cruise tours, you’ll see that there’s so much to do on a mini-break in Coniston.

There’s a rich heritage in Coniston too, and this can be taken in at Brantwood, the former home of art critic John Ruskin. The John Ruskin Museum, in the centre of Coniston village, makes for a great introduction for new timers to the area. Many visitors come to learn more about the legendary British speed record breaker, Donald Campbell. He broke the water speed world record on Coniston in his Bluebird boat. Here you’ll also be introduced to another of Coniston’s legends, the writer Author Ransome. Famous for his Swallows and Amazons series, based on Coniston and the surrounding area.

Once you’ve worked up a thirst, head to the Black Bull Inn, in the village centre, where you can sample their award-winning Coniston Brewery ales, from their own microbrewery. As well as traditional pubs, you’ll also fine–dining restaurants and bistro’s in Coniston too. Use our Guide to Dining Out in Coniston for more details and web links.

Short Breaks in Coniston

We have Coniston short breaks for all occasions and throughout the year. From romantic mid-week getaways to family boltholes, Coniston short breaks cottages are just the tonic.

1 hour off the M6 motorway, the journey to your Coniston short break cottage takes you through the heart of some of the most famous landscape in the UK. Pass alongside Lake Windermere, England’s largest and most beautiful natural lake. Before turning towards Coniston Water – the place of sporting hero’s and adventure.

We offer a range of Coniston short breaks throughout the year. If you can’t find what you are looking for, or would like to hear our latest short break special offers, please call us on 015394 88855 (Mon-Sat 9.30am – 5.30pm).

Arrive at your luxury Coniston short breaks cottage. There you can walk up one of the Lake District’s most loved fells, The Old Man of Coniston. And see the remains of a once prosperous copper mining industry. Cycle the world-class trails of Grizedale Forest or take in famous forest sculptures on foot. The finest refurbished steam yacht Gondola sails from Coniston Launch. As well as daily steam cruise tours, you’ll see that there’s so much to do on a mini-break in Coniston.

There’s a rich heritage in Coniston too, and this can be taken in at Brantwood, the former home of art critic John Ruskin. The John Ruskin Museum, in the centre of Coniston village, makes for a great introduction for new timers to the area. Many visitors come to learn more about the legendary British speed record breaker, Donald Campbell. He broke the water speed world record on Coniston in his Bluebird boat. Here you’ll also be introduced to another of Coniston’s legends, the writer Author Ransome. Famous for his Swallows and Amazons series, based on Coniston and the surrounding area.

Once you’ve worked up a thirst, head to the Black Bull Inn, in the village centre, where you can sample their award-winning Coniston Brewery ales, from their own microbrewery. As well as traditional pubs, you’ll also fine–dining restaurants and bistro’s in Coniston too. Use our Guide to Dining Out in Coniston for more details and web links.

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