Holiday Cottages In Broughton In Furness To Rent
Become a FREE Snaptrip member today and save up to 60%! Members save up to 60%
"Easy to locate and book a property. Very straight forward."
"Affordable prices, beautiful cottages, an absolute pleasure to do business with."
"Cheaper than Airbnb. Very helpful and prompt customer service - saved over £100."
Join for your free membership and save up to 60% on last-minute UK holidays
type of trip
Check out our TV ad to discover how Snaptrip is the place to book your type of trip
1 - 24 of 54 properties
Broughton In Furness cottages
Captivating Broughton-in-furness Cottage
Excellent Broughton-in-furness Cottage
Captivating Broughton-in-furness Cottage
Lovely Broughton-in-furness Cottage
Exquisite Broughton-in-furness Cottage
We bring it all together
at your fingertips
We connect you to a range of great suppliers with a huge selection of properties. We've done the research, so that you don't have to.View properties >
We get you
the best price
We help you to complete your booking whilst giving you discounts, member only prices and our Best Price Guarantee.
Become a member >
you can trust
We act as the bridge between you and your dream property’s supplier with market leading customer services and prices.See our reviews >
What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Broughton In Furness To Rent.
James - verified booking
"We have really enjoyed our stay at S18354. We brought our puppy away for the first time. If you have dogs this is a great location given that the Chapel is detached but the grounds are safe enough for dogs to run around unaccompanied. The location itself is stunning. It's very quiet and peaceful. Because it's not as touristy as other parts of the lakes it would be nice to have some ideas for local walks in the area for visitors to the Chapel.A great deal of care has clearly been put into the conversion of the Chapel. It is comfortable, warm and well equipped. We did quite a bit of cooking and were never missing anything.There is wifi available in the Chapel but it is slow (perhaps because of the location). However, the signal is consistent so it is fine if you plan to do general internet browsing but if like us you enjoy a movie in the evening I would recommend that you download anything you want to watch beforehand or bring DVD's. There is an HDMI port in the TV if you wish to stream from your computer which we were able to use without any problems. To connect your computer you must bring an HDMI cable.The closest village is Silecroft where you can find a friendly welcome in The Miner's Arms (nice atmosphere, good selection of beers). The beach at Silecroft is excellent if you have dogs. We couldn't find any short cuts to Silecroft or the beach without having to walk on the main road with the dog which was tricky so it was easier to take the car into the village.Although the Tesco in Millom is the closest supermarket, we decided to spend a bit more money but sample the local produce by travelling 15 minutes by car into Broughton-in-Furness where we were able to buy all our food for the four days we were there.Overall, we had a wonderful time in the beautiful south-west lakes. Our puppy absolutely loved her first holiday. Thanks to Louise, we would definitely re-book!"
Bee - verified booking
"With a lifetime of Lakes breaks under my belt, this is genuinely the most comfortable, characterful place I've ever stayed. We were a family of 3 adults, 1 toddler and 2 dogs. With the huge lakes garden and cosy lounge area there was plenty of space for everyone to relax in peace, as well as gathering around the dining table of an evening (oh my, that huge gas cooker made me very happy...!). The kitchen is well equipt with good quality utensils and plenty of pans.Every detail, down to the stylish antique crockery was just such a joy. Somehow the owners have managed to balance modern practicality with antique luxury. It's decadent and rustic all at once. Special mention must go to whoever cleans the property. It is obviously a very old cottage and I would have forgiven a touch of dust, especially with the fireplace being open. But it was immaculate. Absolutely spotless. The bath is huge and with modern rainfall shower above. The WiFi isn't fibre optic mega-speedy broadband, but it was ample for keeping in touch with friends (and sending boastful photos!) via social media. I am on Vodafone and had normal phone signal also. There's a really lovely kids park jst by the cricket field at the bottom of the road. We met some local families there who were all extremely welcoming and friendly. Unfortunately we didn't test the pubs but there are 2 to choose from....! At the bottom of the hill, by the train station, there is a small café called Pam's. They serve good coffee and a nice menu including gluten free stuff. Go and try the brownies. She won't hand over the recipe though (I begged). Part of me wants to delete this review and keep this hidden gem all to myself... But I'll settle for returning whenever I can."
Kath - verified booking
"A good sized cottage with every thing we needed. Comfy beds and on the whole clean. Furniture is dated though serviceable. Probably a bit expensive when compared to similar. There is wi-fi so a shame not be be able to use it on the telly which is old and lacks modern catch-up functions and easy program look-up. Would also be good to have a washing machine-there is space in the garage although I am sure it could be accommodated in the house with a bit of thought. On a very negative note the bathroom really needs attention, ideally replacing, re-tiling and new vinyl floor. Garage lacks a lock so we felt uncomfortable putting our bikes in there. Nice to have a garden. Shame the top garden is not better fenced as we could not let our dog out without being on a lead. Being a Jack Russel she was all for taking on the bull and 2 donkeys in the field behind. Having been so negative there are a lot of pluses too as we were very comfy and there was no shortage of hot water at the end of a hard day. Good pubs locally, especially The Manor for excellent real ale and the bakers makes great pies and cakes. Village has some unique features including the original market square and the cider track takes you onto trails and paths further north. Next village - a couple of miles walk also brews own beer. Nice walks locally and bike rides and beeches not far away. On a whole a great holiday. We would return to both the village and the cottage but hope the owners make some improvements before then."
Julie - verified booking
"Absolutely wonderful place. We had an extremely long journey travelling from Kent and were utterly exhausted by the time we got there, but when we reached PO House all of that disappeared and were thrilled with our little cottage . It was the perfect getaway and we were greeted with some beautiful flowers , jam and scrummy biscuits which were a lovely thought. We found Silecroft beach , which is literally a mile and a half away from the chapel and if you have a dog or young children it's a must as such a lovely stretch . The shops are about ten minutes away for groceries etc and plenty of other charming towns to visit. We visited Windermere which is the land of Beatrix Potter, a must to visit! As we visited in late October we assumed the cottage/ chapel would feel a little chilly, but the heating system was wonderful and heated flooring in the bathroom which was a lovely welcome.The WiFi is intermittent but mostly worked just a little slow , that was only an issue for a teenage daughter , but to be honest she enjoyed her time and loved all the walking etc. If you wish to chill in the evenings we would recommend taking g some dvds along with you as the Tv is also intermittent along with the WiFi.If you wish to have a quiet time away in a picturesque setting then we would highly recommend this place and we would most certainly return for another visit."
David - verified booking
"Po Chapel is wonderful. If you want a 'get away from it all' holiday it is a perfect choice. It is so quiet, warm, comfortable and clean; and accepts well-behaved dogs! Thank you to Louise for the fabulous welcome pack (the best ever) to help settle us in for Christmas, and for being a completely unobtrusive host. The location is superb, being far enough away from the roads to be safe and quiet for pets, yet not far for Millom or Broughton-in-Furness for supplies. It is a great base for exploring the south/ south west lakes. Lots of dog-friendly pubs around (Miner's Arms in Silecroft and pretty much all pubs in Broughton). Wonderful walks from the door. Plenty of wildlife - if you are lucky you will see deer in the adjoining field as I did on Christmas Eve (a lovely memory to bring home). We never tired of the scenery and views from the cottage - super place. Only downside for some may be the lack of wifi - we used roaming or found pubs and cafes to use it - it would be nice to have it there though in these days of technology! TV signal is also a bit hit and miss, but hey! you are on holiday - read a book or play chess as we did! Overall a fab' stay with our dog for his first Christmas with us."