Coniston 2.5 miles.
This quirky, semi-detached cottage was the former railway station for the hamlet of Torver.
This superbly-presented Coniston cottage has a cosy sitting room, benefiting from spectacular views of the Coniston Fells, including The Old Man of Coniston, and the original ticket office hatch and railway fireplace are still in place, a little reminder of its former use.
This charming cottage is less than a mile from Coniston Water in the beautiful Lake District and even has two excellent pubs and a delicatessen just a short walk away.
At the front of this Torver cottage are extensive grounds leading from the former platform which overlook adjoining fields.
The garden is a haven for wildlife and provides a perfect place to simply admire this lovely location.
This Torver cottage is ideal for couples who wish to enjoy the numerous footpaths and bridleways right on the doorstep or to explore the pretty villages of Hawkshead and Coniston.
A perfect way to explore Coniston Water is on a cruise on board the Victorian Steam Gondola, with departure points around the lake, meaning there is a variety of cruise options available, including a picnic cruise, Ruskin experience and, for the enthusiast, Engineer for a Day!
This cosy Torver cottage is perfect any time of the year, surrounded by stunning scenery and fascinating wildlife.
Note: This property is adjacent to Ref. 906561, together they sleep 7.
All ground floor. One double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area. Shared external utility.
About the location
Hawkshead 4 miles; Ambleside 8 miles.
Nestling at the head of Coniston Water, the pretty village of Coniston is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the Lake District National Park, making it a superb base for touring, with Hawkshead, Ambleside, Windermere and Grasmere just a short drive away. Superb walking, mountain biking and climbing are available locally on Coniston Old Man and Wetherlam, and the lovely woodland trails at Grizedale Forest. For watersports enthusiasts, the quiet lake is ideal for dinghy sailing and canoeing, whilst the less active can enjoy a leisure cruise on the beautiful steam yacht 'Gondola’, or visit Brantwood, the former home of John Ruskin. Nearby attractions include the award-winning village of Hawkshead, home of the Beatrix Potter Gallery, Tarn Hows, one of the most visited beauty spots in the country and Esthwaite Water, famous for its fishing. A first class holiday location at any time of the year.