Situated one mile from Coniston Water in the small hamlet of Nibthwaite this property is ideally located for exploring the local area on foot. Tracks lead from the cottage through wonderful woodland and moorland where you can take trails across fell leading to Grizedale Forest ending your day with a walk home by a lake shore. Just one mile from the cottage is a popular pub serving local dishes. Coniston village itself boasts a selection of shops cafes and eateries as well as a range of outdoor pursuits including climbing cycling and boating. Inside the accommodation is open-plan and welcoming with timber floors panelled walls stylish soft furnishings and ambient occasional lighting. Prepare and enjoy delicious meals in the spacious kitchen which features soft lighting and a farmhouse table for entertaining. After dinner there s no better way to relax and unwind than beside the roaring open fire whereas French windows opening onto the garden also make this is a sunny and bright space during the day. Upstairs the bedrooms are cosy and inviting offering plenty of storage space for making yourself at home. The double benefits from an en-suite bathroom and the twin a shower room with a separate WC on the landing. Outside the large and beautifully maintained garden offers spectacular fell and woodland views. Find a shady spot for an afternoon picnic on the lawn or escape to the conservatory and adjoining reading room for some peace and quiet.
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- Calendar last updated:
- 20 Sep 2018
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Lovely cottage in the southern Lakes
We found the peat cottage to be very comfortable for our stay in the Lakes. The cottage itself was clean and well maintained. We enjoyed the fireplace on rainy days and the garden room on sunny days. The garden was lovely and my 84 year old mother enjoyed sitting out and reading on days when my husband and I went on walks. Ulverston is an easy drive when you need to pick up supplies. All in all a lovely stay.
Nibthwaite, Lake District