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Low Arnside Pet-Friendly Cottage in Coniston, Cumbria

459
  • £
  • $
per week
sleeps 6
3 rooms
1 bathroom

Low Arnside Pet-Friendly Cottage description

Holiday home
Low Arnside is a detached barn conversion cottage on a working farm near to Coniston in the Lake District. The cottage sleeps six people and has two double bedrooms and one twin room as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also contains a fitted kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and a woodburner. Outside the cottage is off road parking for two cars and a front garden with outdoor furniture and a barbecue. With its neighbouring cottage, Low Arnside sleeps a total of twelve people in the beautiful Lake District countryside.

Area
Coniston is a lovely village set at the tip of Lake Coniston, in the midst of spectacular mountain scenery, in the Lake District National Park. Coniston has a number of amenities, and is the ideal base for a variety of outdoor pursuits. There is superb walking and climbing on Coniston Old Man, and watersports enthusiasts will enjoy dinghy sailing, canoeing or simply sitting back and relaxing on the steam gondola which crosses the lake. The attractions of the lakes are on the doorstep, including Hawkshead, the Beatrix Potter Gallery, Ambleside and Windermere.

Region
Impressive mountains, open fells and clear-water lakes, the Lake District has it all. From walking in the mountains to exhilarating watersports or just a gentle cruise on a steam-powered yacht, Cumbria is the perfect holiday destination.

Amenities
Electric storage heaters with woodburner in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with FreeSat, DVD, CD, radio, iPod dock, selection of books, games and DVDs. All fuel, power and wood for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair available. Off road parking for 2 cars. Storage for bikes. Enclosed front garden with furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 2.5 miles. Note: This cottage is situated half a mile up a single track drive. Note: Low ceilings and doorways.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Great view
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • On a farm
  • Rural location

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Reviews

Mrs Hinton
June 2016
We had a wonderful week in this secluded and Oh, so quiet farm cottage. There were stunning mountain views, beautiful walks from the door and lovely hosts! There were very pretty bedrooms and a heated floor in the bathroom! The log burner really warm. We saw gorgeous sunsets over the mountains, and the moonlight was stunning! Thank you for a lovely holiday! We will be returning!
LizS_Kent
January 2013
This cottage is brilliantly located for walks straight from the door. Although a public footpath runs about 30 yards from the door we only saw other people at the weekend. During the week we felt like we had the whole fell to ourselves. Hawkshead via Sunny Brow was only 1hr 20mins walk away (for provisions from the CO-OP!) and we came back via a beautifully frozen Tarn Hows. We walked to Ambleside via Loughrigg Fell and that only took 2 hrs. Plenty of other walks kept us occupied for the week including Black Crag which you can see from the cottage and gives wonderful views of it's much higher neighbours. The cottage itself is a lovely lakeland building adjoining a barn - we had cows for neighbours. A seperate barn faces the cottage and this housed logs and coal for the log burner in the living room. This is the cosiest room in the cottage. The rest is heated by storage heaters. It did take a while for the rest of the house to lose its chill - the cottage had been empty the week before our visit so I think this impacted on our temperature. Jan very kindly had the fire lit for us when we arrived and Martin made sure we knew where the logs and coal were. They were perfect landlords - available but not intrusive. We had a brilliant week finished off perfectly by a foot of snow for the day we left. I would recommend this cottage to anyone who loves walking in Cumbria.
Mr Ohnstad
February 2015
Superb location, fantastic property and great hosts.
Mr Hodder
February 2015
Liked the isolation, availability to The Fells and its beauty. After holidaying in the Lakes for 30 years it can be said, with confidence, that this is the best! We will return.
Rev Dengate
June 2014
Wonderfully sited with stupendous views and access to walks. Pleased that a dog is allowed, and cottage owners are so helpful. Enjoyed the rustic but comfortable and interesting facilities.
Mr Winrow
August 2014
Fabulous location, a really peaceful getaway. We loved the originality of the property and the way it was presented. Great hosts and a warm welcome. Simply excellent!
Mr Butler
August 2014
An excellent location, wonderful views it was peaceful. The grandchildren liked the freedom and thought it was fantastic, especially the rope swing.
Mr Woods
April 2013
We loved the secluded location and the wonderful views. As a mountain biker it was fantastic to have some excellent riding straight from the door. The wood burning stove was well received and our hosts were really welcoming and helpful.
Mr Sanders
November 2012
We felt welcomed and comfortable in this lovely relaxing cottage.
KATHARINE L
September 2012
Oh, this cottage is all I ever imagined a Lakeland retreat should be! Situated in an elevated, scenic position, enveloped by the beauty of the surrounding fells, this cottage is chocolate box Lakeland. I felt I was living a little piece of Lakeland history. Even with the wind and rain, it still felt cosy and authentic. I could just sense, and perhaps catch a tiny glimpse of what life would have been like in bygone days on a solitary Lakeland farm. One early morning, I stepped out of the front door, which was to be ours for a few days, and there was the most stunning, captivating view. I could not believe it was real. I wanted to savour it, drink it in, and keep it forever. It was perfect peace. Just me, and the fells before me. I could really feel a personal empathy with the place. The uninterrupted quietness was therapeutic, invigorating and a tonic. If I could move in, I would! If you want to experience the true essence of Lakeland, then this is it! This cottage is set apart on its own, being detached, so it is rather like having your own farm for a few days! We could sometimes see the sheep gathering to be fed from the cottage window. There are walks in all directions from the front door and we did every one of them. If you are a keen walker, there is no need to use the car if you are well organised. We took ready/pre-cooked meals with us and a whole heap of food so we did not need to go to a shop. I really did not want this holiday to end. I have dreamed of living in a Lakeland farmhouse ever since. Perhaps one day my dream will come true...
KATHARINE L
September 2012
Oh, this cottage is all I ever imagined a Lakeland retreat should be! Situated in an elevated, scenic position, enveloped by the beauty of the surrounding fells, this cottage is chocolate box Lakeland. I felt I was living a little piece of Lakeland history. Even with the wind and rain, it still felt cosy and authentic. I could just sense, and perhaps catch a tiny glimpse of what life would have been like in bygone days on a solitary Lakeland farm. One early morning, I stepped out of the front door, which was to be ours for a few days, and there was the most stunning, captivating view. I could not believe it was real. I wanted to savour it, drink it in, and keep it forever. It was perfect peace. Just me, and the fells before me. I could really feel a personal empathy with the place. The uninterrupted quietness was therapeutic, invigorating and a tonic. If I could move in, I would! If you want to experience the true essence of Lakeland, then this is it! This cottage is set apart on its own, being detached, so it is rather like having your own farm for a few days! We could sometimes see the sheep gathering to be fed from the cottage window. There are walks in all directions from the front door and we did every one of them. If you are a keen walker, there is no need to use the car if you are well organised. We took ready/pre-cooked meals with us and a whole heap of food so we did not need to go to a shop. I really did not want this holiday to end. I have dreamed of living in a Lakeland farmhouse ever since. Perhaps one day my dream will come true.........
Guest
August 2014
Outstanding property, high in the hills, wonderful scenery and views, very peaceful, dog friendly, helpful owners. Very enjoyable stay for two old codgers.
m4lton55
March 2015
Low Arnside is perfect for those who just want to walk from their own front door onto the fells.It is comfortably furnished and provides a cosy place to chill out,after a day's walking,in front of the wood burner. We felt so relaxed snuggling between the lovely bed linen looking out onto beautiful views when we awoke in the morning.The owners were friendly and helpful and the cottage is well provided.We would recommend this cottage to anyone who loves the fells and hates the rat race!
Mrs Tyhurst
October 2012
The farmhouse was wonderful, exactly what we wanted. The owners were very friendly and helpful and it was great having a limitless supply of logs for the wood-burner each evening. What a fabulous, cosy house!
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