Lancaster 4 miles.
This is a romantic, homely cottage in the countryside just outside of Lancaster.
Situated close to Lancaster and with lovely rural views, Lakeland View is an amazing location for a relaxing couple's break.
Upon entering the cottage you a greeted by the open plan living area, the sitting area is complete with comfortable leather sofas in front of the fire perfect for cosy nights in front of the TV after a long day exploring the Forest of Bowland.
The kitchen is very well-equipped, offering all that you need for a break in the country.
The ground floor also has a bright little shower room.
Lakeland View comes with a super-king size bed on a mezzanine floor, with a high ceiling and a velux window.
To the front of the cottage there is a delightful communal seating area with some unbelievable views of the countryside beyond.
Despite the scenic and secluded location, this cottage is just 4 miles from Lancaster, a bustling city full of history and character.
It has some beautiful buildings as well as a castle and a museum, making it the perfect trip for those interested in history.
Just a mile further west takes you to the coast in Morecambe, another historical place offering some fascinating coastal entertainment and facilities.
A delightful little cottage in a stunning location, Lakeland View can be enjoyed throughout the year.
One mezzanine super king-size double. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and living area with electric fire.
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About the location
Morecambe 5 miles; Kendal 21 miles; Windermere 38 miles.
The historic city of Lancaster sits on edge of Morecambe Bay, with the River Lune flowing through its centre. Lancaster retains many excellent examples of handsome Georgian architecture, and with its captivating medieval castle, Ashton Memorial, and four museums, it’s an interesting place for those in search of history and tales of the past. Among the many amenities, there are two venues for live performances, the Lancaster Grand Theatre and the Dukes, as well as open-air concerts held frequently in the pretty Williamson Park during the summer season. The Forest of Bowland and The Arnside & Silverdale Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty provide visitors with lots of opportunities to take in the flora and fauna of the area, with wonderful walking and cycling ways to enjoy. There are also good road and rail links into Cumbria and beyond, meaning Lancaster is a wonderful base for also exploring the Lake District.