Coniston, Lake District
Set just half a mile south from Coniston Village on the west side of Coniston water, this period cottage is perfectly placed to either relax or explore the local landscape with its lake, mountains, forest and fell.
Welcoming cottage sleeping up to six guests, located in a stunning elevated location overlooking the lakeside village of Coniston and offering panoramic views of Coniston Water.
Homely cottage offering comfortable accommodation for up to six guests, sitting in a picturesque position overlooking Coniston Water and the surrounding mountains.
Cosy period cottage offering comfortable accommodation for four guests, situated on the owner’s farm enjoying views to Lake Coniston, which lies just 0.5 miles from the property’s front door.
Rural barn conversion sleeping four guests, situated on the edge of Coniston Water, on the lower slopes of the Old Man of Coniston, and within walking distance of Coniston village centre.
This charming cottage is a warm and welcoming base from which to explore this stunning pocket of the Lake District.
Boasting magnificent mountain views, this spacious property is ideally located for making the most of Coniston’s amenities.
Period farmhouse beautifully updated to provide stylish accommodation for up to ten guests, located within walking distance of Coniston village and the shoreline of Coniston Water.
Hawkshead Village, Lake District
Thoughtfully styled property for two in the popular attractive village of Hawkshead, with easy access to Lake Windermere and Grizedale Forest.
Hawkshead, Lake District
Stunning, stylish and contemporary property located in the heart of the pretty Lakeland village of Hawkshead, with easy access to Coniston Water or Lake Windermere.
Ambleside, Lake District
Charming detached cottage in the heart of the bustling village of Ambleside perfect for couples wanting to explore the mountains and have easy access to restaurants and shops
Windermere, Lake District
The Pavilion, Applethwaite Hall is one of a small number of beautiful apartments in this superbly restored Arts and Crafts masterpiece. Originally built for the Roberts family by the renowned architect Thomas Muirhead, who designed the pavilions at The Oval and Old Trafford, Applethwaite Hall was completed in 1901 and enjoys views over Orrest Head and The Langdales. The Hall sits in its own private gardens bordered by woods and fields where deer and badgers are regularly seen.
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