|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Situated at the end of a quiet lane, Lowfield is furnished in contemporary style while retaining traditional features. Conveniently located in one of the Lake District's most attractive market towns, the accommodation enjoys a sunny aspect with rural views. Ideal for couples wishing to relax in peace and comfort yet only a few minutes walk from the fine pubs and shops of Broughton-in-Furness.
The accommodation is situated all on one level on the ground floor of a larger residence. Its own entrance door opens onto an open plan living room with dining area and kitchenette. Plan each day's trips in the cosy sitting area with its wall-mounted TV and integral DVD player, hi-fi with i-Pod dock and electric log-fire effect stove. Luxuriate in the bathroom with its quadrant shower, bath and underfloor heating and then enjoy the comfortable double bedroom with its wooden beams and oak flooring. Breakfast items (bread, cereals, milk, tea, coffee) are provided .
Ideal holiday base : Only a few minutes walk from Broughton's popular pubs and quality shops, yet with open views across fields to the Duddon Estuary, Lowfield offers contemporary style accommodation with traditional features. If you are keen to discover a more tranquil area of the Lake District but don't want to drive miles for a good meal out, then Lowfield is the answer.
Please be aware that Lowfield is situated at the end of a narrow lane which is not suitable for large vehicles such as mobile homes or vans.
We booked literally last minute but what a little jewel of a find! So cute and cosy. Lovely welcome with little special touches like milk, bread and choccies. Had a lovely stay and enjoyed the peace and quiet. Thank you so much, time went far too fast!
We had a lovely weekend away. Spent our days outside enjoying the beautiful sunny weather. The Lake District has such breathtaking views. Very comfortable and cosy cottage - thanks! Hope to be back soon.
We were curious at self contained bed and breakfast. The cottage was neat, clean and compact. Everything in it to feel like home while feeling like you were miles from home. We were made to feel very welcome by the owners Annette and Andrew. We were offered fresh bread or croissants each day with cereals etc available in the cottage. This meant we could eat when we wanted with no interruptions. It is on the doorstep of the quieter part of the Lake District but lots of places to visit. Broughton-in Furness, only 5 minutes walk offered all the essentials you may need. With local shops, cafe and three very different pubs and a restaurant. All in all a delightful place to stay for peace and tranquility. A lovely walking area too. You will not be disappointed.
Pete and Michelle from Blackpool
We should arrived on Saturday in Broughton-in-Funess in the cottage Lowfield, but sadly enough the boiler broke down. But Annette was very kind to upgrade us to another house. After the boiler was fixed we moved to Lowfield. What a beautiful place!
A lovely cottage, well equiped and a spacious garden, with a spectaculair view. But most of all we were astonished by the warm welcome of Annette. What a great hostess. And Broughton-in-Furness is a smaal village, but has a the necessary shops and pubs. Great place to be.
Anne-Mieke and Jan
Great cottage for the 2 of us, finished off to a great standard and well equipped. Village has plenty to offer within a short walk. Surrounding area was beautiful with plenty to do, so we will have to come back soon!
My husband and I stayed here over Easter weekend and had a lovely time. The owners were helpful and welcoming and even gave us milk, bread and cereal for breakfast. The cottage was modern, clean and just the right size for two people.
Broughton is a lovely little village with a few good pubs nearby and a great local shop and bakery. Everyone we met here was friendly.
If you had a very large car parking may be challenging, but that's a very minor point. Overall we loved staying here and would definitely come again.
My friend and I chose this cottage for our weekend break.We were only looking for a two night stay and the owners were extremely helpful and accommodating. We didn't arrive until quite late due to traffic but we we were still greeted on arrival and showed round. The cottage is lovely. Very nicely decorated and has everything you need. It was very clean and the bathroom had been newly renovated. The owners had provided milk, tea and breakfast for us and on the second day left fresh bread for us also. We found that it was a nice location for Bowness and Windemere, where we spent the day. The owner had left information in the cottage about the surrounding area and local attractions which were helpful. The village that the cottage is in is great for a pub lunch or a drink after a days walking. All in all we had a lovely relaxing stay and we would definitely recommend to others.
Broughton-in-Furness makes an excellent base to explore the less frequented and more tranquil parts of the Lake District. This picturesque and historic village has a good selection of quality shops and award-winning pubs - all within a few minutes walk of Lowfield.
Low level walks abound, such as around Tarn Hows while in Broughton itself a disused railway track leads to woodland and ponds. Cycling is also popular with an extensive set of mountain bike trails in nearby Grizedale Forest. Bikes can also be hired from the mountain sports shop in Broughton.
Coniston Water and Coniston Old Man are 15-20 minutes drive away with museums and stately homes to visit, a steam gondola and boats to enjoy the lakeside with and stunning mountain scenery to admire. The central lakes (Windemere, Ambleside) can be reached along scenic roads within 45 minutes.
The coast is also close by with miles of beaches and dunes to explore together with owl and wildlife sanctuaries.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Weekend rate applies to Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
Breakfast items (milk, bread, cereals) is included in price.
Discount usually given for single guest.
Please note that HomeAway are automatically adding a Service Fee element to Lowfield's tariff. Please disregard this additional fee as I do NOT charge guests a Service Fee for booking this accommodation.