Broughton-In-Furness 6.3 miles.
Duddon View, a semi-detached cottage in Seathwaite near Broughton-In-Furness, is nestled in the rolling countryside.
Bring your friends and family for a rural vacation to this stone-fronted cottage, which is pet-friendly and offers fantastic walks.
Park outdoors in the private parking areas, which makes unloading your car a breeze, and take in the expansive views.
Inside, you'll find an open-concept living area with exposed beams and a crackling woodburning stove for a rustic feel.
Relax on the plush sofas while sipping a drink of wine and watching your favourite shows on the TV.
Locate the kitchen area, where the appointed chef can make use of the electric oven and hob, and the family can enjoy a meal at the the dining table together.
There is a dishwasher to help with cleanup, as well as a convenient utility room with a washing machine, so you won't have to bring your entire wardrobe!
Why not take your chats outside to the back garden on nice days, where you can take in the mountainous views and enjoy an alfresco meal.
As the sky darkens, retreat to the warmth of the cottage and climb to the first floor, where you may select between a king-size or twin bedroom, both with en-suite shower rooms for a refreshing rinse.
Take your loved ones to Duddon View for a relaxing getaway.
A short drive to Broughton in Furness will bring you to a welcoming pub and cafe where you can refuel before heading to The Kepplewray Centre for a variety of activities, such as ghyll scrambling and paddle boarding.
The Duddon Mosses National Nature Reserve and River Duddon are great places to go for a stroll if you'd prefer to take in the scenery and see the local fauna.
Explore the ruins of Duddon Furnace, one of Britain's most impressive charcoal-fired blast furnaces, as you cross over the Duddon Bridge on your way to Duddon Castle.
Head to Millom's beautiful beach for an afternoon of reading by the water or exploring the waters on your paddleboard or beachcombing the shores.
Check out Coniston Water, where you can ride a National Trust Steam Yacht Gondola and soak up some local history at the Ruskin Museum.
Grasmere, home to William Wordsworth's former home, Ambleside, with its magnificent Stock Ghyll Force, and Windermere, with its famous lake, are all within easy reach.
If you want to create memories that you will cherish for a lifetime, secure your stay at Duddon View.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref 1077673, together sleeping up to 8 and a child.