Broughton-in-Furness 6.7 miles.
Beckfold cottage is a whitewashed, end-terrace cottage nestled in Seathwaite near Broughton-in-Furness, surrounding by the Lake District National Park's outstanding scenery.
With easy access to outdoor activities and enjoying quaint, panoramic views, Beckfold Cottage makes for a great home-from-home for a family of four.
After parking outside the property, venture inside to be enveloped by this property's charming interiors.
The living/dining room has been designed for relaxation, giving you the choice between a selection of seating options in front of the woodburning stove and Smart TV.
The well-presented kitchen has been finished to a high standard and fitted with wooden cabinets that are home to a selection of appliances, including a washer/dryer and dishwasher.
After the foodie of the group has rustled up a delicious dinner in the kitchen, gather your family around the wooden dining table and crack open a bottle of wine to toast to this fantastic, rural escape.
As the day comes to an end, head upstairs to discover the bedrooms, the first one being a delightful double room with ample storage and a super-king-size, zip/linked for your arrangements, with exposed beams and views over the rolling hills of the Coniston range.
The bedrooms benefit from a nearby bathroom where you can soak up in its bath as you reminisce about the delightful time you're having.
Enjoy a steaming cup of coffee or spot of alfresco dining at the garden's dining spaces whilst the kids and your furry friend play on the spacious lawn.
The property is adjoined to the friendly Newfield Inn where you can savour local ales and tasty dishes, before venturing out to hike through Walna Scar, traverse the Old Man of Coniston and explore the Hardknott Roman Fort.
The market town of Broughton-in-Furness rests in the unspoilt scenery of the Duddon valley and is home to your amenities in one setting, with The Black Cock Inn and a well-equipped shop within a filling station.
Enjoy an outing in Coniston's lake, Coniston Water, and board the Steam Yacht Gondola or hire a boat to sail through the waters, cross the lake to Brantwood for a day packed with enchanting walks or stay in town and explore The Ruskin Museum.
Venture south to Ulverston and go picnicking in its pretty parks, enjoy a spot of retail therapy in its selection of independent shops, before savouring a drink at the Shed 1 Gin Distillery.
There is so much more to see in the Lake District National Park, from its picturesque towns to its vast waters; why not venture out of the park to the Cumbrian coast for a day at the beach in Seascale?
Create long-lasting memories with your loved ones at Beckfold Cottage.