CANCELLATIONS ACCEPTED AT ANY POINT IF DUE TO GOVT RESTRICTIONS. Spacious property in a stunning location! the cottage has a cosy lounge with woodburner and large sunroom looking out over bay. 2 double beds (1 with en suite) and 1 single, lounge with TV, DVD, WiFi and wood burner, fully equipped kitchen, 2nd shower room with shower cubicle, hand basin and WC, large conservatory with amazing views out over Morecambe Bay, lobby with wash machine, night storage heaters but also several free standing convector heaters. Fabulous at all times of the year!
Extensive private enclosed grounds with seating areas, garden furniture and bird viewing hide. Also elevated seating area with amazing views over the bay and the hills behind. It would be hard to find a more tranquil, beautiful location. The accommodation is all on one level tho there are 4 steps (with handrail) down from the parking area.
The property is secluded but only a 5 min walk from the village of Baycliff which has 2 pubs serving food.; 2 miles from the Manjushri Buddhist Centre and 4 miles from the lively market town of Ulverston with its many festivals - including Lantern, Flag, Music and Dickensian - and excellent shops - independent ones plus the wonderful Booth's supermarket, M&S Food outlet and large Aldi. There is the fascinating Laurel & Hardy museum, a twice weekly street market, Christmas Market alongside the Dickensian festival and a whole programme of festivals throughout the year, including several music festivals, walking and cycling festivals, print makers festival. Ulverston Leisure Centre is on the road from the cottage.
The famous Roy's Ices can be found on the road into Ulverston - try flavours you've never heard of before! You can also walk here (about 30mins) along the beach from the cottage.
Nearby Barrow in Furness has much of interest including the Dock Museum for a rainy day! Furness Abbey is a stunning example of a Cistercian Abbey - and the cafe is great!
Take a ferry over to Piel Island and explore the wonderful (free) National Trust Castle before refreshing yourselves at the pub on the island.
Other nearby attractions include the South Lakes Wildlife Park and Brockholes Outdoor Adventure Park.
There are plenty of great walks and bike rides from the property itself (including Birkrigg Common with its stone circle.)
And all this before you even begin to venture into the Lake District proper!
Loved by bird watchers, dog owners, walkers, families and those seeking peace and quiet.
All fuel, electric, bed linen and towels provided. extensive patio paved areas with garden furniture provided, enclosed grounds. Travel cot, high chair available. Well behaved dogs welcomed. Plenty of private, off road space for parking. NB: the property is reached down 4 steps down from the parking area - there is a handrail but the cottage itself is all on one level.
Favourable rates available - please enquire and discounted rates for whole weeks.
Many of our guests are returnees, several come every year - this also explains why we have less reviews than we'd like as reviews are only permitted for bookings through HomeAway.
Bring your wellies if you want to walk out across the sands and don’t want to get wet feet!