This cosy, mid-terrace cottage is situated in a quiet backwater, within a stone’s throw from the centre of Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria, close to the beautiful Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
A perfect base that’s ideal for couples, families or friends who wish to explore this fascinating part of rural England, whilst having excellent restaurants and stylish shops on the doorstep.
This welcoming cottage boasts character features, including exposed beams and has three lovely bedrooms, including one on the second floor, along with a family bathroom on the first floor.
In the cosy sitting room is a lovely electric stove and soft sofas to snuggle down in, and completing the accommodation is a well-equipped kitchen.
Outside there’s a garden bench, perfect for a morning cup of coffee, along with parking for one car in front of the cottage.
Close by, running down to the River Lune and Devil’s Bridge is a pretty park, just the place for a picnic on a summer’s day.
Why not pop over to Ingleton and explore the White Scar Caves, or the pretty village of Hawes in the gorgeous Yorkshire Dales?
Alternatively the Lake District is less than a 50-minute drive away where you can admire the breathtaking beauty of the mesmerising Lake Windermere and enjoy afternoon tea in one of the many tea rooms in Bowness-on-Windermere.
This delightful cottage is a perfect holiday home to stay in at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x second floor twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with small bath (120cm in length), separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. External utility. Sitting room with dining area and electric 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.
Note: Property accepts max. 5 guests inc. infants.