This first floor apartment is situated four miles from the town of Silloth in a converted 17th century coach house.
This apartment is a perfect choice for couples and small families looking to enjoy a quiet getaway.
It offers all of the facilities required for a stress-free holiday.
The apartment offers a combined dining room and lounge where you can relax in front of the TV and watch a DVD.
There is a separate kitchen offering all the facilities required to cook a delicious family meal.
The master bedroom is a double room featuring a dramatic four-poster bed.
There is also a separate bedroom offering adult sized bunk-beds for any additional guests.
The apartment has one fully equipped shower room.
Outside, you'll have access to a garden that is shared with the other apartments in the building.
This features a barbecue, making it perfect for a little al fresco cooking.
The cottage makes a perfect base for exploring Cumbria if you bring a car.
The small village of Silloth is only four miles away and has a few shops and a pub as well as excellent views and an award-winning golf course.
The city of Carlisle, a 22-mile drive away, has much larger shops, cinemas and all of the amenities that you would expect from a place of its size.
Cumbria is well known for its natural beauty and pleasant rural feel.
Nearby, you'll find a number of stunning coastal walks and the beautiful lakes of the Western Lake District.
You're also a relatively short drive from the iconic Settle & Carlisle railway, a tourist attraction in its own right that offers transport links to Yorkshire and beyond.
Perfectly located for a budget trip to Cumbria, this apartment's ideal location makes it a great choice for a family trip.
About the location
Maryport 12 miles; Carlisle 23 miles.
The popular resort of Silloth in West Cumbria lies north of the Lake District on the shore of the Solway Firth. On the opposite shore lie the hills of Southern Galloway in Scotland and to the south Skiddaw and the Northern Fells can be seen. Silloth was renowned for its "invigorating air, temperate climate, airy streets, its promenade and beach". It has glorious sea and mountain views and the light and the sunsets are renowned. It was developed in the 1850s; the railway arrived in 1856, the docks were opened 3 years later. The Carr's biscuit factory flour mill opened in 1886. Silloth was for a time, one of the country’s premier seaside resorts. The town was laid out on a regular grid pattern and planned as a "health resort for the upper and middle classes". The streets running off the wide, tree lined, cobbled Criffel Street are all named after the rivers flowing into the Solway Firth. The 'Green', an ever present feature is 34 acres of open grassland and is communal space for all to enjoy. Silloth and Solway Golf Club, situated in the town is a championship course which is ranked No 1 by the National Club Golfer Magazine 2016 for both quality and value. There are superb walks, particularly along the coastline, west to Allonby and east to Grune Point. Birdwatching is ever present. Both the Lake District and the English Heritage site of Birdoswald Fort, Hadrian's Wall are an easy 40 minute drive away. With quiet country roads and the Cumbria Coastal Way this is an ideal location for cyclists and walkers.