A charming mid-terrace cottage, originally a mill worker’s cottage, within walking distance of a wide selection of restaurants and pubs, in the lovely old market town of Ulverston.
With comfortable accommodation that has been thoughtfully enhanced in sympathy with the original features, guests will find three bedrooms, including two on the second floor, a family bathroom and a cosy sitting room with a gas fire.
There are footpaths almost right outside the door marking the start of the Cumbrian Way, and close by are the South Lakes Wild Animal Park and the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway, which runs up to Lake Windermere.
This beautiful cottage is an excellent base for exploring the beautiful Lake District National Park, which is less than a 30 minute drive away and where you will find famous lakes and breathtaking countryside surrounded by mountains.
At the end of the day, this cosy cottage will be waiting to welcome you back where you can freshen up before wandering down to the town to enjoy one of the many excellent restaurants, or even to catch a show or a play at Coronation Hall.
A perfect cottage to stay in at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms with TV: 1 x king-size double, 1 x second floor king-size double, 1 x second floor double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and gas fire.
About the location
Lake Windermere 10 miles; Coniston Water 11 miles.
Ulverston is a traditional market town built around a cobbled main street. It boasts a fine selection of independent shops, café’s, and pubs with open fires and real ales. There is an extensive selection of eating places to suit everyone, from fine dining to traditional pub food. Ulverston is also well known as a festival town, with events ranging from flags and walking to art and music festivals throughout the summer months and with the renowned Dickensian Christmas festival in late November. It is the birthplace of Stan Laurel and world record holder of the biggest foam pie fight in the world giving a glimpse into the fun community spirited little town. There are excellent walks around the town and beautiful countryside, with views of the southern Lake District and Morecambe Bay. Home to the deepest, widest and shortest canal, which makes for a lovely afternoon walk with a pub at the end and views over the bay. All of the attractions of the National Park are also easily reached. The Furness Coast boasts sandy beaches and good birdwatching. Nearby family attractions include the South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Lakes Windermere and Coniston and popular Birkrigg Common, with its incredible panoramic views across Morecambe Bay.
Note: This property sleeps max. 5 guests over 2 years old.