Coastal Cottages In Cumbria To Rent
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Choose from a variety of beautiful beaches. Whether you’re after a bracing walk in the winter or a sunny spot to relax in the summer; there will be somewhere for you. There are numerous pretty towns and villages along this stretch of coast that are perfect as your base for a coastal cottage holiday. If you’d rather admire the view than play in the surf, the coastal walking here is great. Why not pack a picnic and enjoy lunch with a view?
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What our customers are saying about our Coastal Cottages In Cumbria To Rent.
Barlow - verified booking
"Great farmhouse conversion into a 'farm' cottage with comfortable and good-sized bedrooms. Number of en-suites and separate bathroom great for families. Very well designed and equipped kitchen and living area with large and comfortable dining area attached. Location fine for us near to coast and short drives to Coniston and up to Ravenglass area - no more than 45 minutes. Set in midst of sheep farming area but with dog on the lead at all times able to walk some interesting paths close to the cottage. Stone walls and effective gates meant dogs secure at the cottage too. Would suggest looking at re-cycling information - only seemed possible to recycle glass with tins etc and paper going into same general waste bin. No details about what should have gone into several light grey bins which always seemed to be empty ? Apart from this minor point a great cottage for a good number of adults and children to stay together. A large hot tub was cleaned and serviced every day."
Patrick - verified booking
"The apartment was disappointing. It was the only place I have ever stayed in my 77 years in which the gas boiler was located in the bedroom, with all the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning. There was no carbon monoxide alarm. In addition, the noise of the boiler kept us awake at night.The furniture was of poor quality and was uncomfortable. There was no information/brochures about the local area; and no books of any type. It was poorly equipped. These days one expects a washing machine and dishwasher as basic equipment; neither was provided. To be charged over £450 -00 for an off peak week in this flat October, which was not a half term holiday, was simply unjustified.To end on a positive note: The owner , Tony, who lives upstairs from the flat, is a helpful and decent person. ."
Katie - verified booking
"We stayed here as part of a family holiday & having both cottages worked brilliantly. Especially having the golf course. They only reason I marked lower for comfort is because I found the double bed in Yew Tree cottage too firm for me and therefore uncomfortable. However I have rheumatoid arthritis so it is a very presonal thing to every individuals preference. Others will find it comfortable I'm sure. It wouldn't prevent us from returning to the cottage. I would simply sleep in a different bed. It is a lovely well equipped cottage. Lots of character. Great shower. Great bath. Lots of room. Lovely surroundings and plenty to do. Our weather was a bit challenging so we didn't allow us to walk or cycle as much as we'd have liked. Brilliant secure storage for bikes. All in all a lovely spot."
Mr Lowery - verified booking
"Other Lakes cottages sleeping less and with less flexibility cost hundreds more just because they are in "honeypot" villages with traffic jams. The village is ordinary not twee but very easy to get to Windermere and Coniston. The western peninsulas are very attractive and far less crowded. The scenic Rail line from from Lancaster to Barrow is on the doorstep if you don't want to drive all the time. The property is very well appointed, comfortable and warm. The off road parking for three cars is a bonus.The little TV area on the top floor was ideal for 4 grandchildren to be out of the road whilst jobs are done. The owners are helpful. If you want a large Base for South Lakes without spending 2K plus at peak times this should be high on the list."
Mrs Fearick - verified booking
"The cottage is well equipped with everything you need for a comfortable break. The bedrooms were lovely with very comfortable beds.....it was good to have two bathrooms with two showers and a bath. We liked the upstairs lounge t.v room which was ideal for the children to play on their I-pads and watch tv in the evenings. No trouble getting online...good signal. Lovely little village with a convenience store and post office and chip shop and pub. We parked 3 cars on the side drive which was good because the road soon filled up with parked cars in the evenings. We enjoyed our short time here and wished we could have stayed longer...we spent Saturday 2/12 in Hawkshead at the Christmas craft and market event and it was beautiful."