Bardsea Holiday Cottages

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    Eden House: Spacious family cottage in Bardsea. Grounds of country house with use of facilities available. Private hot tub and wood-fired sauna. Use of woodland grounds. Ulverston 1 mile. (Ref. 13570)

    7 nights from £1013

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    Eden Lodge: A stunning Edwardian house in Bardsea with hot tub, sauna, woodburner, WiFi, en-suite bedrooms, mature grounds. Close to Ulverston, coast and Lake District National Park. (Ref. 918339)

    7 nights from £2848

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    Curlew Cottage: Delightful semi-detached Bardsea cottage in lovely village in Lake District. En-suite facilities, WiFi, close to many places of interest. Ulverston 2 miles. (Ref. 10249)

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    7 nights from £309

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    Priory View: Immaculately-presented Cumbrian cottage on the stunning Morecambe Bay coast close to Conishead Priory. Woodburning stove. Pet-friendly. Ulverston 2 miles. (Ref. 17105)

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    7 nights from £343

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    Driftwood Cottage: A stunning beach-style cottage, overlooking Morecambe Bay. Pets welcome. Woodburner. WiFi. Ideal touring location to discover the Lake District. Lake Windermere 14 miles. (Ref. 26010)

    7 nights from £413

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    Rose Cottage: Pretty cottage in beautiful village location with tarn and pubs within two minutes' walk. Cosy woodburning stove. Ulverston 3 miles. (Ref. 912713)

    7 nights from £316

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    Woodlands: Charming barn conversion in a village location. Open fire, WiFi, conservatory. Two mins stroll from the pub. Ulverston 3 miles. (Ref. 918749)

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    7 nights from £313

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    The Crook: Charming semi-detached wing of the owner's cottage in the centre of Great Urswick in Cumbria. Romantic getaway. Open plan accommodation. Ulverston 3 miles. (Ref. 9837)

    7 nights from £248

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    Town Beck Cottage: Superb detached cottage in centre of Ulverston. En-suite facilities. Off road parking. Pet-friendly. Lake Windermere 12 miles. (Ref. 914672)

    7 nights from £361

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    7 Hartley Street: Semi-detached cottage in centre of Ulverston. Easy access to amenities if the Lake District. Enclosed lawned garden with great views. Lake Windermere 10 miles. (Ref. 941430)

    7 nights from £366

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Just show me Bardsea Cottages

Enjoy spellbinding views across Morecambe Bay when you book a Bardsea cottage, situated in and around this sleepy seaside village on the unspoilt Furness Peninsula, just southwest of Ulverston.

See & do near your Bardsea cottage

Take time to reflect in the grounds of Conishead Priory, a Gothic revival country mansion that's now an international Buddhist college, with tours, café and gift shop. Enjoy a visit and tour of Swarthmoor Hall, original home of George Fox who founded Quakerism. Travel back to the Bronze Age at the Druid's Circle on the east side of Birkrigg Common, featuring two roughly concentric stone rings (like a mini Stonehenge) and blessed with wonderful views over the village and bay beyond. Also close by is Furness Abbey, once England's second richest abbey and protected by English Heritage. Back in Bardsea, admire the many stained glass windows of Holy Trinity Church.

Dust off those boots and stomp along the Cumbria Coastal Way into Bardsea Country Park, an idyllic coastal spot that's great for a picnic with a view. You can access the beach and discover the ancient oak trees of Sea Wood, owned by the Woodland Trust. The park is also popular with bird-watchers and sea anglers. For shopping, the thriving town of Ulverston is just down the road, birthplace of Stan Laurel. And if you've packed your clubs, don't miss Ulverston Golf Course - the views from the greens are truly magical.

Come nightfall, enjoy a relaxing supper in your cosy Bardsea cottage or stroll into the village for refreshments and banter in one of the local pubs.