Thoughtfully furnished 16th century barn conversion property sleeping eight guests, offering breath-taking views to Coniston Water from the terraced garden and the cottage itself.
With stunning views towards Coniston Water, this beautiful 16th-century split-level barn conversion is the ultimate rural retreat. Accommodating eight guests across five bedrooms, it is perfectly placed for those who love to don their hiking boots, with plenty of scenic walks on the doorstep. Guests young and old will love the games room, while throughout the cottage there’s lots of space for everyone to relax and reconnect.
This semi-detached home is a stylish mix of contemporary fittings and period features. The elegant dining room is a wonderful area for more formal occasions, with steps leading down to the large lounge. Here, sumptuous sofas and a delightful wood burner create a calming ambience, perfect for relaxing evenings. The budding chefs of the group will make a beeline for the stylish kitchen which is equipped with everything needed for some culinary creations, while the handy breakfast bar is great for a quick bite to eat. All the bedrooms are colourful and bright, with comfortable furnishings and a cosy atmosphere. The master bedroom is on this level, while the four remaining rooms are on the lower ground floor. Across the courtyard, you’ll find a second barn conversion which is home to the games room, with seating, a wood burner and drinks fridge. Doors lead from here to an attractive garden terrace area, which is perfect for taking in those fabulous views with a drink.
Pack a picnic and take a short walk to the shore of Coniston Water. Hire a sailing boat or canoes from the local boating centre (2 miles) or sit back and relax with a ride on a Victorian steamer which travels around the lake. The woodland trails at Grizedale Forest (6 miles) are great for all the family while the Old Man of Coniston fell (2.5 miles) is one of the hardier climbers.