Enjoying a rural location with views across the rolling countryside, tastefully finished and just perfect for couples looking to get away and enjoy the Lake District, whatever the time of year.
An idyllic wood cabin just 3 miles from the coast, this six-person lodge simply begs for short breaks and drawn-out adventures. Ideal for walkers, cyclists, sports enthusiasts and wildlife-lovers, its superb rural location and proximity to nearby beauty spots lends it universal appeal amongst families and friends. A few hundred yards from a great village bakery and just 2 miles from Ulverston with its multitude of shops, eateries and pubs, you can easily rotate between town streets, coast paths and country trails – filling your Lakeland getaway with the kinds of adventures you’ll cherish for years to come.
Built from wood sourced from Beatrix Potter’s former estate, this striking log cabin looks like something out of a fairy-tale. Head up the outside steps and wander through the front door to the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, where a Hansel and Gretel-style room with stunning exposed woodwork, huge timber beams and warm decor awaits. If a day in the Cumbrian air has fuelled your appetite, head to the kitchen to rustle up a feast, or to simply kick back and relax, home in on the lounge area with its comfortable seating, large wood burner and TV/DVD. Making sure everyone has somewhere to private to unwind, this cottage also benefits from three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
A popular feature for leisurely mornings and evenings of socialising, you will find a large terrace outside with BBQ facilities, not to mention large grounds to explore. As well as the great local walks, the surrounding area is also home to some stunning natural beauty spots, including the southern shores of Lake Windermere (8.5 miles) and Coniston Water (7.5 miles). For walks along the beach, the National Trust’s Sandscale Haws National Nature Reserve is only 9 miles away and great for birdwatching in winter – with 20,000 wintering waterfowl regularly seen.