A delightful, detached cottage situated in the heart of the colourful market town of Ulverston, close to the Lake District National Park.
This superb cottage offers excellent accommodation and makes a perfect base for families and friends to explore this lovely corner of Cumbria, with mountains, lakes and coastal villages only 20 minutes’ drive away.
This charming Ulverston cottage has three bedrooms, with the master ground floor double boasting its own en-suite, plus there is also a kitchen with dining area and a spacious sitting room.
Outside this delightful Ulverston cottage is a rear patio with furniture, an ideal spot to relax and enjoy a well-earned glass of wine.
In the market town of Ulverston there's a host of superb restaurants and pubs to enjoy plus, of course, the entertainment at the Coronation Hall.
The town regularly comes to life with festivals including the colourful Flag Festival and later in the year the Dickensian and Charter Festivals – a fantastic celebration of Christmas.
Being so close to the beautiful Lake District, there are plenty of lovely walks and bike rides available and guests may like to visit Grizedale Forest and enjoy the many trails through the trees or even embark on the tree top adventure course.
Just 10 minutes’ drive away from this Lake District cottage is South Lakes Wild Animal Park, which is Europe’s most interactive animal park with regular feeding times, and the coastal area around Ulverston is really outstanding with spectacular sunsets across Morecambe Bay.
This extremely well-presented Ulverston cottage is perfect at any time of the year.
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.