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2 Bedroom, Sleeps 4 (1 Double, 2 Single)

Self Catering Lake District Cottage Retreat Traveller Award 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023

Whether you are looking for a long weekend away or a week or two to explore the Lake District National Park, Coniston Cottage is an amazing luxury bolt-hole away from the crowd.

Made famous by Donald Campbell's water speed record attempt in 1967, Coniston Water is one of the most sought after recreational areas in the Lakes.

With activities such Kayaking or Paddle Boarding, Walking or even Cafe-hopping, the lakes leaves you relaxed and wanting to come again.

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When you are deciding whether to stay somewhere, it is good to know what others said about our cottage. We regularly have great reviews and we're in the top 5% of cottage lets for the last four years. This is what our recent guests said about their stay.

The Lake District offers a great range places to eat and drink. Why not sit by Coniston Water at the Bluebird Cafe? They serve a fabulous range of hot and cold food, cakes, ice creams and hot drinks. While-away the time watching the water activities and wildlife.

Grizedale forest is a great place to explore on foot or on cycle including e-bikes for those that need an assist. For those with a sense of adventure and head for heights 'Go-Ape' is also in Grizedale.

Coniston in the Lake District

Coniston is a small village in the South Lakes area of the Lake District National Park made famous for Donald Campbell's Water Speed record attempt in 1967.

  • Manchester Airport (104 miles)

  • Leeds (95 miles)

  • Glasgow (151 miles)

(Distances by road)

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