Coniston is a lovely apartment that can be found in Sawrey, Cumbria. It lies in a charming village house that dates back many years and touches of this history can be found throughout the property. Step into the lovely open-plan living room with its plush sofa and armchair, facing the TV, with a DVD player, ideal for relaxing after a long day and watching all your favourite shows. There is a dining area with seating for four people and can be used as a study area as well as social space to dine as a family. The kitchen is wonderfully appointed at the rear of the property, with spacious worktops and plenty of modern appliances to suit your needs. There are two bedrooms; one double and one twin with a separate family shower room with all the necessary fixtures and fittings. Pour yourselves a refreshing beverage and relax among the farmland setting as the glow from the fire warms your feet. Enjoy the evening sunshine outside and let the dog run around on the immaculate lawned gardens. Off-road parking is available. While you stay in Sawrey, why not visit Go Ape? An adventure park which was built on the side of a hill. Swing through the canopy, fly across the 200 meter zip wires and race with your friends or families to get to the other side. Kids will love all this park has to offer, and is sure to challenge even the most energetic people. Coniston is the ideal holiday spot for parents and their little ones.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shared laundry.
SAWREY Hawkshead 2 miles. The village of Sawrey is situated two miles from Hawkshead down the eastern side of Esthwaite Water, overlooked by the woods and tarns of Claife Heights. Sawrey consists of two separate hamlets - Near Sawrey and Far Sawrey - both with a cluster of picturesque cottages, tea rooms and pubs. Near Sawrey is famous for Hill Top, the 17th century farmhouse where Beatrix Potter wrote her acclaimed children's stories. Now a museum, owned and run by the National Trust, Hill Top is one of the most visited houses in the Lake District. Far Sawrey is the hamlet furthest away from Hawkshead and the nearest to the ferry point on Windermere. It offers a church and pub/restaurant with a beer garden. There are good walks in the area, including those to Claife Heights and in Grizedale Forest. It's also a great base for enjoying a wide variety of typical Lakeland pursuits - with watersports close at hand on Lake Windermere, fishing on nearby Esthwaite Water and, of course, fell walking.
This property offers the following short breaks: