Property code: LCC76
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this property is only a few hundred yards from the centre of Coniston village. Here you will find a good selection of shops, cafes and pubs including a popular inn, which serves hearty meals and its own micro brewed ales. Very popular among walkers, the local area encompasses some fantastic routes, from the nine mile trek through the Grizedale Forest to the challenging climb to the top of Coniston Old Man. Alternatively, why not explore the area from the water by hiring a canoe, rowing boat or small motor boat from nearby Coniston Boating Centre.
Step through the entrance hall and into the bright and airy lounge. With comfortable sofas, a well-stocked bookcase, cosy gas fire and French doors opening onto the decked terrace, this is a fantastic room all year round. The kitchen is spacious and light with a sociable breakfast bar, ample surface space and modern appliances. Once prepared, enjoy family meals in the adjoining dining room, which again opens onto the decked terrace through French doors, generating an al fresco feel come rain or shine. A laundry room and shower room are also located on the ground floor, while the bedrooms and bathroom are upstairs. One double, two twins (in the larger twin room the two divan beds and can be pushed together to make a double on request at time of booking) and one bunkroom, all of the bedrooms are light and airy with plenty of storage space for making yourself at home.
Outside a wide decked terrace spans the length of the house, offering plenty of space for al fresco dining. A large lawn beyond is ideal for children to play and also makes a great picnic spot in the summer.
Please note there is a refundable £200 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.