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Ulpha Self Catering
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Ulpha near Broughton-in-Furness
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Carole - verified booking
"The Bothy is a really cute cottage in a lovely remote location. It has a comfy bed, lovely bath, and loads of boiling hot water. The thing which let it down for us was the heating. The main source of heat is the woodburner in the lounge, and until we'd mastered the art of keeping it alight (which we'd done by the end of the holiday), we were very cold. The heating in the bedroom downstairs (a storage heater and free standing radiator) was not very effective, and as heat rises, the bedroom did not benefit very much from the heat from the woodburning stove. We stayed at the cottage in March, and it wasn't particularly cold out, so I can't imagine what this would be like in the height of winter.A small welcome pack of some description - be it a pint of milk/small loaf of bread/bunch of flowers - would have been nice. We have never before stayed anywhere which didn't offer anything (and we stay in 2-3 cottages a year). I appreciate you can order the farm produce in advance, but that's different. A small gesture would go a long way into making people feel welcome.Overall, we had a great holiday, and love the Lake District and area. There are some nice pubs in the vicinity, which serve great food."
Sarah - verified booking
"Just what we were looking for. Privacy and complete peace. Great place for walking Duddon Valley, Eskdale and Wasdale all quieter and as beautiful as the busier areas. This is not a tourist area, we shopped in Broughton, a little more expensive than the supermarket but excellent quality and nearby. Local PO has many essentials for top ups. Won't find masses of places to buy ice cream etc. 😀 Lots of great pubs in the area. Added bonus of having the coast nearby with Million RSPB making a good day out and if wanted and a hot day fabulous beach at Silecroft. Cottage itself, simple and small, all we needed for the two of us with plenty of storage and comfortable bed. One tip would be perhaps to take own pillows but then I always do. Pic taken as I came out of bedroom on morning one."
Grahm - verified booking
"The general location is spectacular if remote, but the internal facilities insufficient. No curtains for downstairs windows, no side tables or side lamps and it needed simple things like a pot scourer and second tea towel. Upstairs shower was excellent but the bedroom odd. Most people stay a few days but the wardrobe was very, very large and the doors would not fully open. There was nowhere to put you suitcase so we dumped towels on the floor and put the case on top of the wardrobe. Owners have made a good job of getting it going but, for just a small outlay, it could be made so much better. More for ramblers than itinerant oldies used to home comforts. We do wish them well and do not be too hard on them."
Shelana - verified booking
"We have just got back from a lovely relaxing week at the Bothy. The house its self is lovely and snug, tucked away in the hills with great views all around. Its lush to get away from the hussel and bussel of life. The only sound to be heard is sheep in the surrounding fields. Paul and his wife are lovely and friendly and very helpful. If we could we would have stayed forever. The house is very clean and had everything we needed. Although some may find the location to be rather rural, this shouldnt discourage people as all the major routes are very accessable. There are several dog friendly pubs close by offering great food and drinks. There is also a local store about 3 miles away for the basics."
Paul - verified booking
"The visitors' book at Whistling Green dates back to the end of the 1980s and there is not a single negative comment in it. There's a very good reason for that, which is that not only is the house ideally placed for exploring the Duddon Valley, but also that the welcome is as warm yet understated as you could wish for. There is also a library of Lakeland guidebooks that would shame many a library - it's a real goldmine for anyone wanting to track the opening up of the lakes, from Wainwright and Heaton-Cooper through their various disciples. Plus, there's a cracking stock of local magazines. Also, if you go, heed the warning. The sheep are not stupid..."