This stone built former stable is located in the village centre at Arnside, just a short walk to the seaside promenade.
The Coach House is a converted property with an open plan living space, providing lavish accommodation for a family looking for a centrally located holiday to the south of the Lake District.
The ground floor boasts a stunning open plan living area finished to a luxurious standard.
The comfortable seating around the wall-mounted TV offers a relaxing place to chill after a day’s activities, but with a stylish dining set adjacent, you will be grateful for the open plan approach.
The reason for that is the stunning kitchen area, with granite worktops, high-end appliances and glorious visual appeal, meaning you will struggle to take your eyes off it.
On the first floor, three bedrooms comprising a master double with king size bed, another double and a single.
If you can tear yourself away from the luxury of the interior, outdoors there is a small area with a table and two chairs.
The location is ideal as the amenities of this popular village are all within easy walking distance offering a range of shops, restaurants and pubs.
Arnside beach may not be suitable for bathing, but the promenade is a delightful way to enjoy the incredible views.
Alternatively, take the train for a picturesque journey across the bay.
Trips north will allow you to enjoy the activities of the south of the Lake District, or maybe have a day by the seaside with Morecambe only fifteen miles to the south.
The Coach House offers centrally located luxury living, making it the ideal base for a family holiday by the sea to the south of the Lake District and Morecambe Bay.
Three bedrooms: 2 x doubles, one with king size bed, and 1 x single. Family bathroom with shower cubicle, bath, basin and WC. Open plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
About the location
Kendal 10 miles; Windermere 17 miles.
Arnside is situated on the southernmost tip of the Lake District in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where low limestone hills, marshy plains and deciduous woodlands characterise the surrounding land. This former fishing port has retained many of the features from its past. The beautiful pier and port areas of the village offer stunning views across the Kent Estuary, as well as providing an enduring reminder of Arnside's illustrious history. To the south of the village are the 15th century Peel Towers, which were constructed to defend against the marauding Scots. The local surrounding area is a nature lover's paradise with stunning limestone pavements and wonderful woodland walks through countryside alive with rare plants, trees and wildlife. The internationally renowned Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve is also just one mile away. Guided walks across the Kent Estuary are available, showing the full splendour of the shore and surrounding area. Within easy touring distance are the Lake District and Lune Valley, the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland.