Milnthorpe 3 miles.
Set over three floors with pretty countryside views from the upper floors, this cottage is set next door to the owners' home, on a non-working farm, in the hamlet of Milton near Milnthorpe.
This semi-detached cottage has three spacious bedrooms, including a ground floor room with an adjacent shower room.
The first floor open plan living accommodation at this Cumbria cottage is stylish, and exudes quality and comfort including a well-equipped fitted kitchen, sitting and dining areas.
Outside this cottage near Milnthorpe is a pretty patio, which provides the perfect place for alfresco dining.
There are plenty of walks available on the doorstep of this cottage in Cumbria, affording many opportunities to enjoy the resident wildlife alongside the Lancaster canal, just a short way down the lane.
A pub serving food is a 10 minute walk from your welcoming Cumbria cottage, a real bonus after a day walking or cycling the numerous bridleways, with further routes available at Grizedale Forest and Kentmere Valley.
Grizedale Forest also has a tree top adventure course and interesting trails through the forest.
The pretty and vibrant towns of Bowness and Ambleside are within 30 minutes' drive with numerous cafes, galleries and shops.
The market town of Kendal is a short drive away and the beautiful market town of Kirkby Lonsdale, with the famous Devil's Bridge, is also close by.
With excellent motorway links enabling easy touring to the Lakes, the Furness Peninsula and the Yorkshire Dales, this cottage in Cumbria is ideally placed.
Over three floors.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x second floor twin, 1 x second floor double. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Second floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Arnside 3 miles; Kendal 7 miles.
Milnthorpe, once an important medieval market town, is located in the South Lakes between Kendal and Carnforth, just a few miles from the seaside village of Arnside. Reminders of the town's history can still be found today amongst the narrow lanes and historic buildings, which speak of a time when a coach and four was more common than a four-wheel drive. Set in lovely rolling countryside, the area has much to offer, with the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis offering a tropical hall and butterfly house. Dallam Tower and Levens Hall (historic and beautiful stately homes with their deer parks, topiary and ornamental gardens) provide a great day out for visitors. Leighton Hall, Sizergh Castle, the Great Lakes Aquarium, Windermere and Grizedale Forest are also all within easy reach and well worth a visit. From stunning limestone pavements and wonderful woodland walks to beaches and scenic coastal paths, there really is something for everyone.
Note: Until the 4th June 2016 this property does not accept pets, from the 4th June 2016 onwards, this property will accept one well-behaved pet.