This delightful, terraced cottage is situated in one of the oldest parts of the charming market town of Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria, close to the beautiful Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
This Kirkby Lonsdale cottage makes a perfect base for couples, families or friends who wish to explore this glorious part of rural England.
This welcoming Kirkby Lonsdale cottage offers two charming bedrooms, with the top floor room boasting wonderful views over the Lune Valley.
It also has an excellent family bathroom.
Enjoy cosy evenings in front of the warming woodburning stove, or, outside this cottage in Kirkby Lonsdale, you will find a small patio area, perfect for a drink on a summer evening.
The interesting and individual shops and cafes of Kirkby Lonsdale are just a couple of minutes’ walk away through quaint cobbled yards.
There is a lovely park close by, sitting on the banks of the River Lune with the beautiful Devil’s Bridge, easy to enjoy without ever moving your car.
For a perfect day trip, why not head into the Yorkshire Dales and explore the White Scar Caves at Ingleton and then pop over to Hawes to enjoy afternoon tea?
The beautiful Lake District is another perfect destination, with the bustling towns of Bowness-on-Windermere and Ambleside, both situated on the shores of Lake Windermere, where you can embark on the steamer and cruise up the lake to Ambleside.
This cosy Kirkby Lonsdale cottage truly does make a delightful base all year round!
Over three floors. Two double bedrooms (one on second floor). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Kendal 9 miles.
An attractive market town, Kirkby Lonsdale is situated in the heart of the Lune Valley, midway between the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District. The town was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, and holds a 13th century Market Charter. Nowadays, Thursday is market day, a perfect opportunity for visitors to explore the variety of distinctive shops in the town, or the many 17th and 18th century buildings which still stand. The town was also a finalist for the High Street of the Year Award in 2016. This part of the Lune Valley was a favourite haunt of the artist Turner, and was made famous by Ruskin – his "view" of the valley is still spectacular. The medieval Devil’s Bridge spans the river, and the quiet country lanes are ideal for exploring by car, bike, or even horse. There are three golf courses nearby, as well as tennis, riding, fishing and a variety of riverside and country walks, making the area an ideal location for a break, whatever time of year.