Key Holiday Home Information:Family-Friendly, Facilities include: Cot, Highchair.
Nearest Airport and Railway Station: .
Nearest city or town: Broughton-in-Furness, approximately 9 miles away.
Type of self-catering holiday: Luxury 5 star self catering holiday cottage for weekly bookings.
Short Breaks and weekend breaks: all year round
This two bedroom property, just three miles from Ulverston, is able to sleep up to four people. Lovingly restored, this fully renovated cottage offers high quality living space, with a spacious lounge with dining table and patio doors leading to beautiful gardens. BBQ. There is also a well-equipped kitchen, two bedrooms – able to sleep four people - and two luxurious bathrooms.
Flexible changeover day: No
Recommended Attractions near Pennington near ulverston:
Situated on the beautiful Lake District Peninsula, the scattered hamlet of Pennington is set in an area of gentle hills and unspoiled countryside. The start of the Haematite and Cumbrian Way footpaths are close by, as are the twin pubs at Great Urswick Tarn – locally renowned for their fine ales and good food.
Nearby Ulverston is an ancient market town, which still holds a street market every Thursday and Saturday. Today, this settlement is best known as a “festival town”, with events throughout the year, and as the birthplace of Stan Laurel. As a result, it is now home to the only Laurel and Hardy museum in the world. Facilities there include a wide range of shops, pubs, and restaurants whilst all of the attractions of the National Park are within easy reach.
Also close by is the Furness Coast, boasting sandy beaches and good birdwatching. Other attractions include the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, the South Lakes Wild Animal Park and Muncaster Castle.
Impressive mountains, open fells and clear-water lakes – the Lake District landscape has inspired several literary greats, including William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.
Water, where you can cruise the lake on a steam-powered yacht soaking up the scenery in Victorian style, could be for you.
Walking is one of the best ways of exploring the Lake District. For the serious walker the mountains of Skiddaw, Scafell and Helvellyn provide enjoyable challenges, whilst at lower levels there are hundreds of routes wandering among the lakes and stone-walled fields. You can even choose a lake to suit your mood: if bustling lakeside towns and exhilarating watersports take your fancy, then Windermere and Coniston Water, where you can cruise the lake on a steam-powered yacht soaking up the scenery in Victorian style, could be for you.
If it's peace and tranquility you seek then the secluded lakes of Buttermere and Wastwater are not to be missed. Yet Cumbria offers much more than the lakes alone.
Explore the National Nature Reserve on Walney Island or visit the picturesque Duddon Valley, where the heather clad moors peppered with birch trees inspired many of Wordsworth's poems.
With its award-winning gardens and the Lakeland Motor Museum, Holker Hall is also a great day out, whilst in northern Cumbria the peaceful villages of Caldbeck and Ireby offer a haven of solitude and picturesque tranquility. To the east lies the green and sheltered Eden Valley. Its dramatic landscape provides a range of activities including walking, cycling and watersports and is home to the Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre and Lowther Wildlife Park, perfect for a family day out.More about the Location:
Short Breaks: Yes, minimum 3 nights