Wigton 6.5 miles.
This attractively furnished Cumbrian cottage is adjoined to the owner's home and dates back to the 18th Century, resting peacefully within the countryside north of the Lake District, close to the towns of Aspatria and Wigton.
Perfect for couples, friends or families of four, this superb holiday home is an excellent base for exploring countryside, coastline and much more.
Step into the property and a sumptuous, bright kitchen/diner lies straight ahead, equipped usefully with slick furnishings and a splendid solid oak dining table to gather the group around at mealtimes.
After an exhausting day of exploring the marvels of the Lake District, or the idyllic Solway coastline, you will look forward to a night watching TV in front of the enticing Inglenook fireplace which houses a wonderful woodburner.
The ground floor also hosts a stylish twin bedroom, finished in tasteful greys and whites so you can catch your rest in style.
The master bedroom lies on the first floor of the property, occupied by a double bed and enjoying a peaceful layout.
Close by is the contemporary family bathroom, complete with high-quality fixtures and fittings so you can get ready in style.
Serene gardens surround the property, ideal for a stroll in the summertime with the soothing country air to accompany you.
Both Aspatria and Wigton are nearby towns offering you a fine choice of shops, restaurants and pubs, making this an ideal base for a holiday.
The property sits equidistant from the picturesque Solway Coast and the awe-inspiring Lake District National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Solway is a breath-taking stretch of coastline, hosting superb spots such as Silloth and Maryport, while the Lake District abounds in idyllic walking and cycling paths, as well as a wealth of wonderful activities to keep you busy.
The Historic City of Carlisle and Hadrian's Wall are also within easy reach and worth a visit, as well as the Fortified Pele towers of Harby Brow and Whitehall, built in the Fourteenth Century.
The remains of All Saints Church which date back to the twelfth century are also nearby.
The bustling market town of Cockermouth is just 11 miles away, boasting a variety of shops, theatres, cafes and restaurants - branded a 'gem town' Cockermouth is one of only 51 towns in the UK with this label.
Explore the wonders of Cumbria from this homely four-person cottage.