This large terraced cottage rests within the Cumbrian town of Millom, with plenty of walking, cycling and coastal adventure nearby.
It is ideal for families and friends alike, offering a quality feel throughout.
Enter into the long hallway which stretches the full length of the cottage down to the modern kitchen at the rear.
To the right is the bright and airy sitting room, where you can get cosy by the gas fire and exchange stories of the day you've just had, over a hot cup of tea.
Prepare a tasty meal in the contemporary kitchen and gather in the dining room next door, which adjoins the living room by a sliding door.
The spacious family bathroom rests at the top of the staircase with a roll top bath taking centre stage in the middle of the room, ideal for an indulgent soak on return from a day at the beach.
There are two double bedrooms to retire to after an evening of fun and games downstairs.
The layout of the second level mirrors the floor below, with a large bathroom playing host to another bath and separate corner shower, so there's plenty of areas for everyone to get ready for the day ahead.
Another two double rooms follow, with plenty of light oozing in through the windows, bundles of character and views over the front across the green.
Close by are all the amenities of Millom town centre, with local shops, pubs and eateries, as well as the remains of its castle.
Haverigg is a small coastal village with a Blue Flag beach, ideal for family day's out.
You also have the South Lakes Safari Zoo and Sandscale Haws Nature Reserve hosting a wealth of glorious wildlife.
This is a splendid getaway for you and your loved ones to escape to.
Over three floors. Four bedrooms: First floor, 1 x double 1 x twin. Second Floor, 1 x double, 1 x twin. First floor bathroom with roll top bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC, second floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with gas fire.
About the location
Broughton-in-Furness 7.4 miles; Ambleside 23.8 miles
This small coastal town on the southern edges of the Lake District National Park frames the northern shores of the estuary leading to the River Duddon. Millom Museum offers an insight to its past, with a reconstruction of a drift mine lending a nod to its iron and steel works. There is also a statue in the town centre, commemorating the iron industry, depicting 'The Scutcher' who stopped the iron ore tubs with and iron bar and his own strength. This town was also home to writer Norman Nicholson, who has a stained glass window in St. George's Church dedicated to his memory, while the strange 'fish' window in the Holy Trinity Church is also worth a visit. Discover the remains of Millom Castle and travel to nearby Haverigg, with its Blue Flag beach, a restored lighthouse and children's adventure play areas, for the ideal family day out. Also find the 7 tonne sculpture ‘Escape to Light’ positioned near to the Haverigg Inshore Rescue station, constructed by Josefina de Vasconcellos to pay tribute to the Inshore Rescue Teams in the UK. Other attractions in the region include the South Lakes Safari Zoo, Black Combe for walks with stunning views and Sandscale Haws, a National Nature Reserve with an outstanding dune habitat supporting a plethora of wildlife. Further afield are the delightful towns and villages of the Lakes District such as Grizedale, Ambleside and Windermere, not forgetting the abundant walking and cycling opportunities in the area. Enjoy an adventurous break in Cumbria.