Coniston Water Holiday Cottages

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    Low Dow Crag: Lovely elevated ground floor apartment, part of a semi-detached cottage, on the edge of Coniston. Open plan accommodation with lake and fell views. Walking from the doorstep with Coniston amenities close by. Surrounded by countryside. Coniston 0.8 miles. (Ref. 932469)

    7 nights from £347

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    Underwood: An immaculately presented Lake District cottage with views across the fields to Coniston Water. Private hot tub. All en-suite accommodation. Woodburner. Walks from the door. Coniston 2 miles. (Ref. 27287)

    7 nights from £578

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    Browside: Spectacular detached cottage near Coniston. Six bedrooms, five with en-suites. Hot tub. Woodburner. Two dogs welcome. Quiet location, perfect for walking. Coniston 2 miles. (Ref. 913968)

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    7 nights from £1159

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    Becks Fold: First class detached house in very heart of Lakeland. Fabulous Coniston cottage accommodation with woodburner, whirpool bath, beck running past. Ideal for family and friends. Coniston 0.7 miles. (Ref. 3854)

    7 nights from £806

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    Station Master's House: Spacious, ground floor cottage located in Lake District hamlet of Torver, near Coniston. Shared gardens with furniture, pub next door. Coniston 2.5 miles. (Ref. 906561)

    7 nights from £362

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    Saddleback: Quality ground floor apartment next to well-regarded inn serving food, in rural hamlet of Torver. En-suite wet room. Patio. Walks and cycling from the door. Dogs welcome. Coniston 2 miles. (Ref. 921823)

    7 nights from £408

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    Herdwick: At the foot of The Old Man of Coniston is this beautiful apartment. Private balcony with hot tub. WiFi. Owner's pub next door. En-suite. Flexible sleeping. Coniston 2 miles. (Ref. 921822)

    7 nights from £459

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    Braeside: Spacious and well-presented cottage in a superb location at the foot of the Old Man of Coniston, in the hamlet of Torver. Woodburning stove, large garden. Perfect for walking and cycling with routes from the door. Coniston 2 miles. (Ref. 932955)

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    7 nights from £653

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    Bethany's Cottage: Character Victorian cottage with two bathrooms, woodburning stove, WiFi, pub 2 mins walk. Coniston 2.5 miles. (Ref. 29604)

    7 nights from £379

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    Tanderra: Superb former miners' character cottage within walking distance of Coniston, in the heart of the Lake District National Park. Lake views, open fire, balcony. Hawkshead 4.5 miles. (Ref. 25554)

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    7 nights from £452

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Just show me Coniston Water Cottages

Natural beauty abounds when you book a Coniston Water cottage! Welcome to one of England's most breathtakingly beautiful lakes, over five miles in length, dominated by the 'Old Man of Coniston' and alluring visitors year after year.

Unwind on the terrace of the Bluebird Café over ice-cream, coffee or a slap-up meal. (Local hero Donald Campbell was a regular customer.) Then have some fun on the water - try Canadian canoeing or kayaking, hire a rowing boat or electric motor boat, or treat yourself to a sailing lesson.

Or let someone sail you. For sumptuous surroundings, the National Trust's unique Steam Yacht Gondola will take you on a tour of the lake, with the option to combine your trip with a visit to Brantwood (Ruskin's lakeside home), or with a walk to Tarn Hows (seasonal dates vary). Otherwise step aboard the Coniston Launch, with sailings to Brantwood, Torver and the Waterhead Hotel.

For splendid lake views, stride out into the surrounding fells or climb to the top of the 'Old Man'. Following a day's adventure, you'll find everything you need in the way of shops, eateries and watering holes in Coniston village.

Splish, splash, splosh - it's the Coniston Water Festival!

A fantastic time to book a Coniston Water cottage is during the Water Festival, an iconic local event opening with a duck race (around 1,000 rubber ducks enter!) and culminating with a grand 'It's a Lakes Knockout'.

One last thing…Did you know it was Coniston Water that inspired Arthur Ransome to write 'Swallows & Amazons'? Perhaps you should pack a copy in your suitcase.