- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
A cosy, stone-built semi-detached barn conversion, in a beautiful, secluded location in the hamlet of Pennington, three miles from the ancient market town of Ulverston.
Offering first class accommodation ideal for a romantic retreat, this charming Pennington cottage has an open plan living area with woodburner, and a lovely galleried bedroom with exposed beams and Velux windows.
Outside, guests can relax in the small front garden and patio, ideal after a day spent enjoying the area.
The Cumbrian Way and plenty of footpaths run close by, making this an ideal base for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers.
Ulverston is within easy reach, as are the Furness coast and beautiful Coniston.
Note: This cottage is next to Refs. 2964 and 3735 and together they accommodate 12.
One galleried double bedroom (accessed by steep wooden staircase). Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
- Electric underfloor central heating on ground floor with electric storage heaters and woodburner in sitting area
- Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV, DVD player, radio, CD player
- Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair
- Ample off road parking
- Patio and small garden area with furniture and BBQ
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Free range eggs available
- Shop 3 miles, pubs 2 miles.
About the location
Ulverston 3 miles; Coniston 11 miles.
Pennington is a small hamlet with a scattering of dwellings, farms and country pubs, situated on the beautiful Lake District Peninsula, an area of tranquillity, gentle hills and unspoilt walking country. Locally, the start of the Haematite and Cumbrian Way footpaths can be located, and the twin pubs at Great Urswick Tarn are renowned locally for their fine ales and good food. Pennington's nearby neighbour, Ulverston, is an ancient market town that still holds a street market every Thursday and Saturday. Today, the town is well known as a “Festival Town”, with events throughout the year, and as the birthplace of Stan Laurel - it is now home to the only Laurel and Hardy museum in the world! Facilities include a wide range of independent shops, pubs, restaurants, a cinema and a leisure centre. All of the attractions of the National Park are easily reached. The Furness Coast boasts sandy beaches and good birdwatching. Nearby family attractions include Furness Abbey, the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, the South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Conishead Priory, Holker Hall and Muncaster Castle.
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