This Grade II listed terraced cottage, formerly part of a charcoal iron furnace is located in the quiet hamlet of Newland, just a mile from Ulverston and eight miles from Coniston Water on the edge of the Lake District National Park.
Carefully appointed throughout to provide spacious accommodation, this Ulverston cottage is perfect for families and friends who wish to enjoy time together close to the beautiful Cumbrian coast.
Set over three floors, this Ulverston cottage has many traditional features, including the stunning mosaic-tiled entrance hall and large sash windows.
The bright and airy sitting room is elegantly decorated with a large bay window overlooking the front terrace and has a woodburning stove set in a stone inglenook fireplace.
Meals can be prepared in the galley kitchen, which has a Belfast sink, whilst four bedrooms spread over the first and second floors offer flexibility with the sleeping arrangements.
Outside this Ulverston cottage is a pleasant front terrace furnished with raised borders, providing a tranquil place to enjoy the morning sun, whilst at the rear of this holiday home is a pretty enclosed patio garden with furniture.
The colourful market town of Ulverston, which hosts a variety of festivals and fairs, is just a mile away and within easy reach is the gateway to the Coniston Fells with a spectacular drive alongside Coniston Water.
This Ulverston cottage is a superb base, to be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Four bedrooms: 1 x second floor double, 1 x second floor single, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted galley kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Ulverston 1 mile; Lake Windermere 9 miles; Coniston Lake 9 miles.
The small hamlet of Newland sits on a hillside, overlooking rural countryside and the beautiful South Cumbrian coastline, just a mile from the historic market town of Ulverston with its cobbled streets and weekly markets. Newlands Beck trickles its way past the hamlet, and lovely walks can be found along Cumbrian Way and the nearby sands and coast. Many festivals are held each year in the town which also boasts a Laurel & Hardy Museum, as well as a wide range of restaurants, a cinema, pubs and a leisure centre. Local attractions include the Haverthwaite Steam Railway, leading to the Lakes cruises, the South Lakeland Wild Animal Park, Holker Hall, Grizedale Forest and the Aquarium of the Lakes, while the South Lakeland National Park is easily accessible.