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Damson Cottage (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 4 people.. This charming traditional Lakeland cottage occupies an idyllic setting on an elevated terrace commanding panoramic uninterrupted views over Coniston Water. Complete with 90's kitchen and bathroom and displaying a wealth of character including stripped pine doors, window seats, feature fireplace and flagstone floors. Damson Cottage will be a popular and enchanting 'get away' at any time of the year. A short stroll winds down to the bustling village of Coniston and its many delights and for the more energetic, Coniston Old Man is not to be missed.

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Price: £ 400 - £ 700

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Hidden Cottage (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 2 people.. Hidden Cottage, a traditional mid terrace built in the 18th century, is situated close to Coniston Water and village and is within walking distance of two excellent Lakeland Inns. The Farmers Arms, just across the road from the cottage, has been trading since the 16th century and serves excellent bar meals and local ales. Hidden Cottage is beautifully presented and very comfortable and has all the essential ingredients you would expect of a quality holiday cottage; open beams, a log burning stove and a lovely elevated garden which has fine, open views across nearby farmland. The summer house is the perfect spot to sit and take in the evening sunshine or even to enjoy on wetter days. Hidden Cottage is a super property and once found, we hope never forgotten.

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Price: £ 305 - £ 470

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Deer Close (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 6 people.. Nestled in a secluded woodland on the eastern shore of Lake Coniston in approximately six acres of gardens and grounds with stunning views across the lake towards the Coniston Fells.

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Copper View (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 4 people..

This spacious light and airy detached holiday bungalow has been totally refurbished to provide a cottage furnished and equipped to a very good standard, with gas coal-effect stove in the lounge and two bathrooms it is ideal for couples. There are breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains from the lounge's big picture windows, whilst the superb kitchen makes the most of the views. It is a short walk from the bustling centre of Coniston with its numerous shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants. At the heart of the Lake District and Hawkshead, Ambleside and Hill Top Farm, Sawrey (the former home of Beatrix Potter), all a short drive away. Shop 100 yards, pub and restaurant 120 yards.

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Thwaite Bridge House (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 8 people..
Traditional Lakeland Farmhouses don't come much prettier than this and Thwaite Bridge House would look perfectly at home on the front of a traditional box of Lakeland fudge or biscuits. Located in the Rusland Valley, Thwaite Bridge House is a mere 5 miles from Newby Bridge and only 5 miles from Hawkshead so is ideally situated for exploring this lovely part of the Southern Lakes. Rusland and surrounding villages are very quiet with little traffic although popular with walkers and cyclists. The busier resorts can be reached within minutes by car or to avoid the queues, you could take one of the world famous steamers from Lakeside, only a short way from the cottage, to Bowness Bay or Ambleside and do your own bit for the environment too.

From the moment you get a glimpse of the house from the bridge just along the narrow country lane, your eyes are drawn to the white washed, double fronted farmhouse that not only displays a wealth of character and historical features but surely must hold many tales of a bygone era. Original beams are everywhere and the flagged floors on the ground floor, some dressed with carpet, must be centuries old. The oak panelling and stairs are in excellent condition and although this is a traditional cottage, 21st century conveniences have been added, such as underfloor heating and modern kitchen, to ensure guests' comfort.

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Price: £ 650 - £ 2090

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Brookfield (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 8 people..

Conveniently located in the hamlet of Torver, close to the village of Coniston, this delightful Lakeland bungalow has been completely renovated and attractively furnished to a very good standard, whilst retaining some of its original features with an Aga in the kitchen, lovely large living room with open fire and wonderful view of the surrounding mountains, and boasts an attractive garden. The Old Man of Coniston, Wetherlam and Swirl How can be walked in a day and offers fantastic views. Surrounded by magnificent scenery, the walking, scrambling and climbing are absolutely superb. The Langdales are a little further away. The property is situated 5 miles from Ambleside, a mile from Tarn Hows and Grizedale Forest behind you. The pretty village of Coniston is popular with hikers and rock climbers and is within walking distance. Visit John Ruskin's former home, Brantwood, explore the Ruskin Museum or take a walk round the village church, his final resting place. Coniston Lake is ideal for kayaking and canoeing, or tour the lake on the steam yacht Gondola in the summer months. Windermere is a short ferry trip across the lake, and all the beautiful lakes can be reached along wonderful scenic drives. Shop and pub serving food 200 yards, restaurant 1½ miles.

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Click here for more about Bend or Bump Cottage

Bend or Bump Cottage (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 4 people..

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Price: £ from £ 317

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Click here for more about Rowlandson Ground Cottage

Rowlandson Ground Cottage (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 4 people..

 

Price: £ from £ 454

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Crook Farm (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 11 people..

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Price: £ from £ 657

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Click here for more about Red Deer Lodge

Red Deer Lodge (Coniston) sleeps a maximum of 8 people..
The peaceful and quiet village of Finsthwaite nestles amongst large ares of woodland one mile from Lakeside at the southern end of the Lake Windermere and close to Hawkshead and Grizedale Forest. The area offers some excellent walking opportunities, much favoured by Wainwright, including the circular 5 mile walk to High and Low Dam, from where the waters drove the nearby Stott Park Bobbin Mill. High Dam Tarn is a well known beauty spot and where stands Finsthwaite Tower, built to commemorate those servicemen who defeated the French in the 18th century. St Peter's Church is well worth a visit, the churchyard home to the grave of the Finsthwaite Princess, believed to be the daughter of Prince Charles Edward, the Young Pretender.

Red Deer Lodge is very aptly named, looking out across St Peter's Church towards acres of dense, mature woodland, perfectly placed for spotting a glimpse of these most beautiful of creatures. Having undergone a major transformation in readiness for holiday letting. Red Deer Lodge now offers excellent, quality accommodation for either two families or a larger gathering of friends who wish to enjoy a quieter, more rural location but within easy reach of the more popular resorts when required.

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Price: £ 620 - £ 1890

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This could be the ideal location for a self catering cottage holiday. is such a beautiful location for a break.