Ulverston 3 miles.
A romantic 17th century, semi-detached cottage, located in the tiny hamlet of Broughton Beck, close to Ulverston in the beautiful Lake District.
This cosy Broughton Beck cottage has charming original features including stone-flagged floors and beamed ceilings, meaning couples are sure to enjoy a delightful holiday in this pretty, rural location.
The open plan living area in this welcoming cottage near Ulverston is made cosy by the crackle of a woodburner, perfect for chilly evenings, whilst on sunnier occasions, guests can throw open the patio doors to invite inside a cooling breeze, or settle outside and enjoy an alfresco feast.
A spacious double bedroom and modern shower room complete the neat accommodation at this Broughton Beck cottage.
The bustling market town of Ulverston, with its many excellent individual shops and restaurants, sits close by on the Lake District Peninsula, where views across Morecambe Bay can be enjoyed from the Hoad Monument’s prominent position.
Located close to the southern edge of the Lake District National Park, this Ulverston cottage is the perfect base for those wishing to explore, with Coniston Water less than 15 minutes’ drive away.
The quaint village of Cartmel, famous for its priory and racecourse, is just a little further, offering some superb pubs, famous restaurants and tea rooms serving delicious local dishes, including the ever-popular sticky toffee pudding.
This cosy, character cottage near Ulverston is perfect for quiet holidays, at any time of the year.
Note: This cottage is next to Ref. 22161, together they sleep 6.
About the location
Lake Windermere 10 miles; Coniston Water 11 miles.
Ulverston is a traditional market town built around a cobbled main street. It boasts a fine selection of independent shops, café’s, and pubs with open fires and real ales. There is an extensive selection of eating places to suit everyone, from fine dining to traditional pub food. Ulverston is also well known as a festival town, with events ranging from flags and walking to art and music festivals throughout the summer months and with the renowned Dickensian Christmas festival in late November. It is the birthplace of Stan Laurel and world record holder of the biggest foam pie fight in the world giving a glimpse into the fun community spirited little town. There are excellent walks around the town and beautiful countryside, with views of the southern Lake District and Morecambe Bay. Home to the deepest, widest and shortest canal, which makes for a lovely afternoon walk with a pub at the end and views over the bay. All of the attractions of the National Park are also easily reached. The Furness Coast boasts sandy beaches and good birdwatching. Nearby family attractions include the South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Lakes Windermere and Coniston and popular Birkrigg Common, with its incredible panoramic views across Morecambe Bay.