4.8★ 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Open fire Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search 37 Customer Reviews "Great cottage in good location" Reviewed by Eamonn5.0★Mar 2023 "A truly delightful cottage with everything you could ever need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable." The owners were extremely helpful and kept in touch to ensure our holiday went smoothly. A gorgeous cottage in a beautiful village conveniently located for both local walks and also easy access to the Lakes. Thank you for your feedback Pauline. We very much appreciate your comments. Glad you enjoyed your stay at the Hideaway. Kind regards, Rachel and Chris Property Owner Reviewed by Pauline5.0★Nov 2022 "We had a fantastic stay, the cottage was lovely and exactly as described." The owners were extremely nice to deal with and very helpful. We would love to return again in the future. Many thanks Reviewed by Andrew5.0★Oct 2022 "A lovely property in a beautiful area." A great spot for those who like walking. The cottage is nicely decorated, very comfortable, well kitted out and in a great location. The owners were very helpful and attentive to our needs. I would not hesitate to recommend it. Thank you for your feedback Andrew. Glad you enjoyed your stay at the Hideaway. Kind regards, Rachel and Chris Property Owner Reviewed by Andrew5.0★Sep 2022 "Lovely relaxing place to stay with many little touches that are very pleasing." Very clean and tidy. Owners are kind and always on hand for advice or questions via text or calls. Support team near site were kind and friendly. Thanks! Thank you Adrian, it’s always rewarding to get good feedback. Hopefully we will see you again and the football result wasn’t too upsetting !! Rachel and Chris. Property Owner Reviewed by Adrian5.0★Aug 2022 "Excellent property, super location, very helpful and friendly owners." Clean and comfortable with great facilities in the cottage and lots to do in the surrounding area. Had a great time! Reviewed by Susan4.7★Jul 2022 "Spent an excellent week at The Hideaway." Great accommodation, fully equipped, clean and very comfortable. Ideally situated close to the centre of lovely Silverdale. Pubs, Co-Op and cafes just round the corner. We wouldn't hesitate to stay again and are indeed hoping to. The owners kept in touch throughout the week to make sure everything was going well which we really appreciated. Reviewed by Paul5.0★Jul 2022 "Lovely holiday accommodation in a great location for walking and the coast." Two minutes walk to the village shops (inc well stocked co-op and great Indian restaurant). Close to other properties but there wasn't really anyone else about so was fine. Good communication from owners. Parking on the street was no problem. Cottage was very clean and the main room great for cooking whilst socialising! Enjoyed our stay. Reviewed by Elizabeth4.1★Jul 2022 "Lovely cosy cottage in quiet village location, close to shops, pubs, shore and lots of footpaths." Reviewed by David5.0★Apr 2022 "Really enjoyed our stay at The Hideaway, great location in the centre of the village." Very well equiped, clean & tidy accommodation. It really is a home from home. Lots of lovely walks from the property, no need to use the car. Reviewed by Chris5.0★Mar 2022 "We had a wonderful stay at the Hideaway." The cottage is beautifully presented and very clean. There are many great walks from the door step. Further afield Ingleton Waterfalls are well worth a visit. We also took the train to Grange over Sands, there is a lovely promenade walk and mouth watering tea rooms. I can highly recommend a stay at The Hideaway. Reviewed by Jacqueline5.0★Feb 2022 "The Hideaway was a comfortable and cosy retreat to return to after a day exploring this beautiful area." Reviewed by Jo5.0★Feb 2022 "Lovely property in an excellent location, everything you could need for a break ..." Lovely property in an excellent location, everything you could need for a break away Rachel and Chris were really helpful and checked everything was alright with our stay Reviewed by Lynne5.0★Jan 2022 "The Hideaway is a very comfortable cottage tucked away in a quiet spot in the centre of Silverdale village." It is well equipped, warm and comfortable. We had another great stay here. Was great having you back at the Hideaway Anna. So pleased you got some decent weather Property Owner Reviewed by Anna Louise5.0★Jan 2022 "Lovely cottage, very warm and cosy." Ideal location for walks in Silverdale and the surrounding area without taking the car out. Reviewed by Anna Louise5.0★Nov 2021 "We had a wonderful stay at The Hideaway." Everything was perfect. It was home away from home, well equipped with everything we needed and so cosy, comfortable and clean. The Silverdale Hotel serves amazing food and the staff are friendly and helpful. Communication with Rachel was fantastic and she messaged to check everything was ok a couple of times during our stay. Would love to return some day. Reviewed by Sue5.0★Oct 2021 "This is a lovely & different location, one probably missed by many who just head straight to the Lakes." Lots of easy walking through mixed woodland or along coastal paths, although large expanses of mudflats without the sea or waves do take a little getting used to. It seems a quiet, friendly place, with a sense of community. The cottage was clean, comfortable and well equipped. Reviewed by Ryan5.0★Sep 2021 "Everything was lovely." We would like to thank Rachel (the host) for her kindness & generous in a personal matter. Definitely will (God willing) return again. Reviewed by Keven5.0★Aug 2021 "A lovely, comfortable cottage with a very thoughtful and helpful owner." A fantastic stay - wonderful local walks and stunning scenery. Reviewed by Jane5.0★Jul 2021 "Lovely cottage in a great location central to the village, very comfortable stay." Rachel the owner very attentive even though lives offsite. Reviewed by Jane4.1★Jun 2021 "Excellent cottage very comfortable." Great walking from the cottage will definitely return. Reviewed by Lorraine5.0★Jun 2021 "We had a lovely time staying at The Hideaway cottage." There was all the things we needed and plenty of space. We weee blessed with great weather and was pleased the outside seating area and garden had the sun most of the day as well as some shady spots. The local area was great for walks, and shops and pubs near by was handy too. We loved walking on the waterfront and looking out at the views. Lots of things to do and see near by in a 30 minute drive including the lakes. The host was helpful and contactable if needed, we found ourselves relaxed and at ease in their lovely cottage. Reviewed by Sarah5.0★May 2021 "Very good property in wonderful location." Probably need to recheck directions to cottage, not easy to find. Host good re troubleshooting, thanks. Reviewed by Allan4.7★May 2021 "Great accommodation and equally great host (Rachel)." Reviewed by Corinne5.0★Apr 2021 "We had a wonderful relaxing holiday in a lovely comfortable cottage." Reviewed by Deb4.7★Sep 2020 "We had a really lovely week at the hideaway." The owners were in contact before we arrived & during our stay if we needed anything at all. Silverdale is a beautiful village & the cottage was lovely, well equipped & had plenty of space for a family of four. Reviewed by Kathryn3.8★Aug 2020 "The property was as described, the owners were very helpful and responded quickly to any enquiries." Would be more than happy to stay there again. Reviewed by Teresa5.0★Aug 2020 "The Hideaway is a lovely cottage." We spent quite a bit of time inside, due to the current circumstances, and always felt that we had space to enjoy and relax. The WiFi is excellent, so we could watch and listen to whatever we wanted. Silverdale is a beautiful place and the Hideaway is excellently located. There were loads of great walks nearby. We used one of the books from the cottage for route recommendations. The Hideaway is also just near the Silverdale Hotel, which we went to on a couple of evenings. The welcome was warm and the food was excellent. Reviewed by Daniel4.7★Jul 2020 "No heating as boiler not working Fixed half way through holiday TV not ..." No heating as boiler not working Fixed half way through holiday TV not working Fixed half way through holiday Cleaners did not do thorough job, cobwebs all over lights in lounge Dust all over lights in bedrooms Bed linen clean, shower and bath clean but we felt cleaners did not pay attention to detail and let the owners down Reviewed by Teresa2.8★Sep 2019 "Lovely comfortable cottage in a really convenient location." Reviewed by Annette5.0★Aug 2019 "The cottage is an ideal location for touring this interesting area." The cottage is very comfortable and well supplied with household equipment except in the kitchen, where there is an eclectic mix of cookware including a steamer insert but no base, two individual saucepan lids not fitting either saucepan provided and a split colander, but plenty of oven trays etc. Whilst this made cooking an interesting challenge it did not spoil the holiday as there are three restaurants near by! Reviewed by Richard4.7★Jun 2019 "Fantastic cottage ideal for exploring the local area." The Hideaway really is a home away from home with all the required essentials and bags of character. The location couldn’t be better.... 5 mins walk to the sea, the shops and a couple of really good pubs, both of which do quality food. We’ve had a fantastic week and would highly recommend this cottage if you are looking in this area Reviewed by Andrew5.0★Feb 2019 "The cottage was beautiful and tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard." Modern yet in keeping with the rustic charm of the cottage. It was very comfortable and cosy with the log burner of an evening, and the kitchen was equipped with everything you could possibly need. The area was delightful with the convenience of a co-op shop, a welcoming bistro style pub as well as a more traditional pub / bar which is part of the hotel. There was also a coffee shop. There are many lovely walks locally and we would recommend walking to 'Jenny Browns Point', the scenery is stunning, and stopping off at 'Wolf House Gallery' to browse the work of the local artist and maybe have a bite to eat. All in all a very pleasant and relaxing holiday that we'd highly recommend. Reviewed by Jason5.0★Oct 2018 "Very comfortable with shops and eating places at walking distance quiet and tranquil most enjoyable." Reviewed by Robert4.4★Jun 2018 "Really lovely property." Well looked after, spacious with perfect spot in the garden to have a Bbq. Location was excellent - quiet, peaceful but just a short stroll away from the little village shop and a pub that serves good food. Good for exploring the Lakes but not too busy. This was one of the nicest places we've stayed. Good value and we couldn't recommend it enough. Reviewed by Kate5.0★Jun 2018 "We absolutely loved this cottage, was lovely coming back from a long walk to a warm fire, it was all very cosy." We would have appreciated some fireside utensils, some more mugs (unchipped) and a cafetière and it would have been perfect. Reviewed by Teresa4.7★Mar 2018 "Quiet, cosy place to stay, modern but homely, warm, family friendly, great cooking facilities and kitchen, close to shops and places to visit." Reviewed by Richard4.7★Feb 2018 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with balcony and en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area Utilty Sitting room with woodburning stove. Gas central heating with underfloor heating in kitchen and woodburning stove Range cooker with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, iPod dock, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Loading/unloading in courtyard Roadside parking outside on first come, first served basis Gravel and rockery garden with patio, furniture and sun house Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub 5 mins walk Coast 10 mins walk Note: Limited mobile phone reception in property Note: There are stone steps in the rockery garden. The property This immaculately-presented, detached cottage is tucked away in the heart of the coastal village of Silverdale, located on the shores of Morecambe Bay in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This stunning cottage, formerly a cobblers workshop, is aptly named as you would never know it existed from the road, yet it is spacious, quirky and is beautifully presented to complement the old and the new. The well-equipped open plan kitchen, with a range cooker has a wall of original brickwork and underfloor heating and opens to a double height with beams. There is comfortable settee seating to the dining area with French doors to the garden. This is not the only recreational space as there is also a stylish lounge with woodburning stove, complete with a corner sofa to sit and relax on when a cosy night in is required. The bedrooms are spacious and light; one has a vanity area and the other has an en-suite together with French doors leading to a super large private balcony. Outside there is a covered veranda, patios, table and chairs and a sun house, all perfect to enjoy an alfresco meal in this sheltered peaceful private rockery garden or plan your days activities over a morning drink. You have many walks from the door in this beautiful area. Follow the coast and cliffs along the shore to Jenny Browns Point sitting on the elevated giant stone bench on route, whilst enjoying the views of the expanse of the estuary or maybe watch the tide sweep over the sands. Locally there is the Wolf House Gallery showcasing local artists, with studios and a café serving delicious fare, or pop across the road to the farm and sample the home-made ice cream and free range eggs. Birdwatchers will delight at the variety of birds and wildlife at Leighton Moss RSPB reserve, only a mile away, where you can see deer, otters and rare birds, and from where you can walk through the grounds of Leighton Hall and over to Warton Crag. Why not walk to Eaves Wood to see the limestone pavement and The Pepperpot? Arnside itself has a bustling promenade with café and local pubs serving local and award-winning ales, and has the local infamous fish and chip shop you can sample for supper. You can hop on a train from Silverdale to Arnside and over the Kent viaduct in less than a 15 minute journey to the elegant Edwardian town of Grange-over-Sands. This area is a walkers delight but also there is wonderful cycling and the family-friendly Bay Cycle Way which starts from Morecambe Bay and runs all the way through to Barrow, winds along the coast. Although there is much to see locally, Hideaway Cottage is also well-placed to easily explore the stunning Lake District making this wonderful cottage an ideal location year round. View on map About the location SILVERDALE Arnside 2 miles; Carnforth 4 miles. The pretty and quiet coastal village of Silverdale is situated on the shores of Morecambe Bay. Both Silverdale and nearby Arnside have a good selection of shops, cafes and pubs. The local surrounding area is a “nature lover’s paradise” with stunning limestone pavements and wonderful woodland walks through countryside alive with rare plants, trees and wildlife - the internationally renowned Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve is just 1 mile away from the village. Further afield, but within easy touring distance, are the Lake District and Lune Valley, The Yorkshire Dales and The Forest of Bowland.