A lovely property providing stylish accommodation for up to six guests, located within walking distance of Coniston village, and with stunning views of Coniston Water.
Book at stay at this stone barn and look out across enchanting Coniston Water. Up to six guests and two of their canine companions, are welcome at this Lakeland holiday home, less than 0.25 miles from the centre of Coniston village. Enjoy it as a base from which to follow footpaths across your scenic surroundings, including up the Old Man of Coniston. Take a launch out on the water or hire a rowing boat to soak up the scenery that inspired novelist Arthur Ransome to write Swallows and Amazons then return for a locally brewed pint in a local pub.
Wander into this handsome, upside-down property to discover bright, open-plan accommodation at ground-floor level. Light the wood burner and unwind in the lounge/kitchen over a film on the Smart TV or a few pages of your holiday novel. Make a fresh cup of coffee in the kitchen to take into the garden or prepare dinner then serve up in the dining room. Find a WC at this level before wandering down to the lower ground floor, where a king-size bedroom and two bunk rooms are located, along with the family bathroom. Take breakfast into the sunny garden; enjoy the sweeping vistas of the lake as you plan your day. Find parking for two cars at the cottage, which is approached via a steep, single-track road. Keen cyclists will also find a place to lock bicycles at the property.
Explore the Lake District from your base. Go canoeing, kayaking or sailing from Coniston or even try stand-up paddle-boarding. Visit Ambleside 8 miles away and absorb the spectacular scenery around Lake Windermere too. Visit the National Trust’s Victorian Wray Castle, 7 miles from the cottage, while you are here, and spend time at the impressive waterfall of Stock Ghyll Force, 8 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.