This pretty cottage lies on the fell about a quarter mile from the village and lake and is a firm favourite with our guests. Approached by a steep winding lane, the view is across the valley, coming to rest at Grizedale over on the east shore. Very well presented, the cottage offers guests comfortable accommodation, along with all the benefits of the nearby village amenities, with a fantastic landscape to explore, where you have one of a our most beautiful lakes, a rugged mountain range, plenty of activities on, in and around the water, and a good selection of pubs, cafes, shops and a microbrewery - perfect.
The Living Spaces
Park at the front of the cottage and walk through the little garden to the front door which enters into a hall and stairway. The hand painted kitchen is simple but has everything you need to prepare a good meal and is a pleasing place to dine.
The sitting room is light and airy, furnished with plump comfortable sofas and chairs, along with many personal touches to add ornament and at the heart of the room is a cheery log burning stove. From the window you have views and the whole makes a delightful room to gather and relax.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Upstairs are three bedrooms. To the front of the cottage is the master double with a king size bed and there is a further smaller double bedroom and a bedroom with a single bed. The bathroom has bath, overhead shower, hand basin and WC.
The garden is made for relaxing, with a patio area for barbecues and up some stone steps a terrace to explore and all with the most wonderful view as a backdrop.
With walks on your doorstep along with lake activities and a good selection of local inns and cafes, Three Springs will make the perfect Lakeland holiday home for couples or families.
Set the heart of The Lake District, Coniston is popular with walkers and those that enjoy getting on the water. The village offers plenty of shops, cafes, pubs and inns, the oldest being the Black Bull serving up its own micro brewed ales.
The big mountain is The Coniston Old Man, rising up over the village and lake. Climbable by any reasonably fit person, there are well-marked tracks to the summit. Even if you only go part way the view will be memorable.
East of the lake is the huge Grizedale Forest. A centre for all things woodland, there are trails that take you on a nine mile route, where on the way you can spot the many sculptures created by resident and visiting artists. At the visitor centre bikes can be hired for mountain biking, and at Go-Ape, the tree top assault course, you can find your inner Tarzan.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.