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Ulpha Self Catering
Ulpha near Broughton-in-Furness
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Ulpha near Broughton-in-Furness
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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Ulpha.
Joyce - verified booking
"A cosy, welcoming cottage exactly as we expected it to be from its description and photos. The Garden Room was the ideal place to sit when it was a bit breezy outside but also doubled up as a second greenhouse and log store which could be accessed by the owner and other guests. Fortunately no-one else needed any logs so we had the sole use of it during our stay. We wanted somewhere fairly remote and the School House certainly fitted that bill but not isolated and the owners were on hand to solve any problems we had. I would advise anyone to check out the location before booking, as I did, because the narrow country lanes, steep hills and hairpin bends may not be everyone's ideal motoring experience. We enjoyed watching the lambs playing and the amazing scenery all around the cottage. We also choose this cottage because it was dog friendly and our dog had plenty of walks along the lane and there was even a dust bin available for the disposal of poo bags. The owners are very keen to help the environment by doing the recycling them selves and have containers clearly marked for this purpose. The welcome/information booklet put together by the owners was the best I have ever seen, so much information including maps which could be taken out on walks, and instructions on how to work everything."
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."
Geoff - verified booking
"High Hurst is a very cosy cottage attached to the main farm house but with a delightful private garden which the dogs enjoyed as much as we did!Robin made every effort to explain all of the amenities of the cottage and she is a warm and friendly hostess which enhanced the holiday experience as we felt very welcome from the moment that we arrived.A guided walk around the farm with Robin meeting all of the animals was truly special and anyone who loves animals and farming would enjoy this.The cottage is immaculately clean and tidy and there are lovely views of the garden.The surrounding hills are spectacular in their solitude and remoteness - a dive or a walk across the hills is also recommended.Coniston is only 30 minutes drive away with a good selection of shops, pubs, the lake and beautiful walks."
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."