Broughton in Furness Holiday Accommodation

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Dower House B&B (and self catering) no smoking wifi

Dower House

Dower House bedroom

Dower House dining room

The Dower House is a delightful, late Victorian Country House built on the site of a medieval packhorse inn. The house stands in over six acres of natural wooded grounds and gardens, with tumbling streams and an abundance of wildlife. It is surrounded by spectacular coastal and mountain scenery, nestled among which you will find interesting villages, historic buildings, stunning wildlife and much, much more. Here at High Duddon we're on the doorstep of some of the best walking country in the land; the quiet fells of Dunnerdale, the picturesque Yewdale and Coniston Fells and the spectacular and challenging peaks of Wasdale. Overlooking the Duddon Estuary, we are only a fifteen minute drive from expansive, golden, sandy beaches and one of the region's top water-skiing centres.
Accommodation at the Dower House may be either self-catering or bed and breakfast with all the four separate apartments available on this basis. Apartments have either one or two bedrooms, lounge/dining room a kitchen and a bathroom with both shower and bath. All are comfortably furnished and fully equipped for your stay whichever tariff you choose.
For self-catering guests the kitchens are fully fitted with an electric cooker, fridge/freezer (freezer compartment in Orchard Corner), electric kettle and toaster, and ample food storage space. Bed and breakfast guests have full tea and coffee-making facilities and use of the fridge.
All the apartments have colour TV, radio and coal-effect electric fires. Cots and high chairs are available by prior arrangement. The gardens and grounds are for the use of guests and we have a games room with pool, darts and table tennis.
Access to the apartments is through the grand main hall which contains a superb fireplace with carved wood surround. Off the hall is a large, comfortable Residents' Lounge/Dining room with wood-burning stove which overlooks the lawn and water garden. There is ample parking space for guests' cars at the top of our long, secluded driveway.
Each Apartment is individually designed to provide spacious and comfortable accommodation for our guests and to take advantage of the fine views of the gardens and surrounding countryside.
We are a non-smoking establishment, and sorry, we cannot take pets.
Address: High Duddon, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6ET
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716279
Website: www.dowerhouse.biz
Email: info@DowerHouse.biz
The Manor Arms

Manor Arms

Manor Arms Bar

The Manor Arms is not really the place for a quick drink; like a good meal it needs to be digested at leisure in order to be fully appreciated. So having chosen your drink, maybe one of the seemingly numerous real ales or still ciders on offer, and perhaps decided on a hot or cold snack, begin then to look around the bar. Here you will see photographs and paintings, significantly by the local artists, Steve Whittle and Jane Rousseau, all emphasising and adding to the atmosphere of The Manor Arms.
It will become apparent too that this was a favourite pub of the author Richard Adams (“Watership Down”) and of course the entire area was and remains a haunt for artists, painters and writers alike.
You are in Wordsworth country now.
During the long summer days and evenings, drinks and snacks can be enjoyed outside The Manor Arms perhaps sitting round the obelisk just watching the world go by. The Manor Arms caters for present day requirements and has attractive en-suite guest rooms for your continued comfort, relaxation and total enjoyment.
A further attractive feature is that following a good night's sleep, a splendid Manor Arms breakfast is served in the comfort of your room!
Family owned and run since 1988, The Manor Arms draws groups from all over the UK, eager to sample the real ales on offer including local Cumbrian brews in addition to the permanently available Yates Bitter and Copper Dragon Ale.
With a prestigious star rating in the CAMRA Good Beer, Bed and Breakfast Guide, proud winners of the 2004 West Pennine Award and featured in the final 16 of the National Pub of The Year 2006 The Manor Arms proves to be irresistable for many!
Address: The Manor Arms. The Square, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria. LA20 6HY
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716286
Website: www.manorarmsthesquare.co.uk
Email: scott.varty@btinternet.com
The High Cross Inn wifi

The High Cross Inn, Broughton in Furness.

The High Cross Inn, Broughton in Furness.

The High Cross is prominently situated on the outskirts of the small market town of Broughton-in-Furness with impressive views of the Cumbrian fells all the way to the sea.
The High Cross is an ideal destination whatever the purpose of your visit, offering everything that you would expect of a traditional Lakeland inn & much more:
 Use us as a base to explore what the Lake District has to offer: amble around Ambleside, cruise on Coniston Water, explore Eskdale Valley, discover Hawkshead's history and heritage, walk in Wasdale, or wander in Windermere.
We have 6 letting bedrooms at the High Cross Inn, each is individually decorated, and offers a view of either the fells or the sea (or both). Each room comes with a television and DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities and private bathroom. Our rooms are designed to offer the greatest level of flexibility to our guests in their sleeping arrangements. For example the double and family rooms can accommodate couples, families or groups of 2, 3 or 4 individuals respectively. This allows us the opportunity to maximise our capacity and allows our customers the option of making savings on their accommodation.
All rooms are let on a daily bed and breakfast basis, although arrangements can be made for short breaks and/or accommodation on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis. In addition we are able to offer extras to our guests, including (but not restricted to) packed lunches and newspapers. Any special requests can be arranged by prior arrangement.

Address: The The High Cross Inn, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6ES
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716272
Website: www.highcrossinn.co.uk
Email: highcrossinn@btinternet.com
Broadgate House no smoking

Broadgate House

Broadgate is a traditional Georgian house, built in 1819 with stunning views across the Duddon Estuary. The sole occupants of Broadgate for almost 200 years have been the Lewthwaite family and following an extensive but sympathetic redecoration in 2000, this splendid villa remains a late Georgian gem.
 The fine proportions and subtle beauty of the house and gardens compliment the idyllic rural setting wonderfully well. A Baroque drawing room features a magnificent and imposing black marble fireplace and offers majestic easterly views across rolling Lakeland fells. The dining room provides its own views over the wide salt marshes and estuary and has at its centre a large dining suite with seating, in comfort, for up to fourteen. A charming breakfast room and a cosy guest sitting room with wood burning stove complete the ground floor.
We can offer two double bedrooms and two large single bedrooms. Decorated with antique furniture, vibrant fabrics, period wall coverings and retaining the original fireplaces they offer our guests a wonderful space in which to relax in comfort at the end of the day.
 All our bathrooms are separate from the bedrooms and have been designed to meet the requirements of modern living while retaining the traditions of the past. As bathrooms are shared it is our policy to ensure that the sharing is between guests who are members of the same party.
The Broadgate Estate falls within the Lake District National Park and comprises 550 acres of rolling farmland and Lakeland fells.

Address: Broadgate House, Broadgate, Thwaites, Millom, Cumbria LA18 5JZ
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716295 or 07951 989306
Website: www.broadgate-house.co.uk
Email: enquiries@broadgate-house.co.uk

The Newfield Inn, Seathwaite

A comfortable 16th C Inn serving home-made food from noon to 9pm. A large garden provides stunning views of the Furness Fells and a good place to relax with a fine Cumbrian cask ale. Self contained accommodation available plus a secluded campsite.

Address: The Newfield Inn, Seathwaite, Broughton in Furness
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716208
The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales is a mid-1700's building situated in the village of Foxfield one and a half miles from the centre of Broughton-in-Furness. It overlooks the picturesque Duddon Estuary and stands conveniently opposite the request stop railway station which also serves Broughton. Comfortable and affordable bed & breakfast accommodation comprises of 4 en-suite rooms of 2 double, 1 twin and 1 single. Themed beer events are held here throughout the summer.
Furness Pub of Year 2005/6. CAMRA Pub of year 2005. One of Broughtons “Magnificent Seven”.

Address: The Prince of Wales, Broughton in Furness
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716238
Website: www.princeofwalesfoxfield.co.uk
Bracelet Hall Farm
A 17th Century farmhouse set in over 400 acres of beautiful countryside. This most comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation of 3 en-suite double rooms, is ideally placed for access to the gentle walking country of the Furness Peninsula, it's coastline, and beyond to all areas of the lakes and mountains of the region. Sorry, No children.
Address: Bracelet Hall Farm. Woodland, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6AQ
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716276
Email: bracelet-hallfarm@hotmail.com

The Square Cafe Bed and Breakfast

Broughton-in-Furness is a small market town in the South West Lake District. Its centre is a fine Georgian square where Annan House - the Square Cafe - is located, on the road to Coniston.
The Square Cafe at Annan House provides guests with comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation, in three spacious bedroomsThere are three guest rooms on the first floor. Two have double beds and one has twin beds. One of the double rooms has an en-suite bathroom. The other two rooms have washbasins and share a large bathroom on the same landing.
All the rooms are comfortable and spacious. Two of them have views over the Square, and the other a view of gardens to the rear.
We can provide additional sleeping space for families if needed. There are coffee and tea making facilities in all the rooms. There is limited secure and covered parking for cycles and motorcycles inside Annan House itself.
No charge for Children under 5 and discount for under 16's (if sharing a room with parents).
Discounts available for double occupancy for 2 nights or more (excluding Bank Holidays and Special Events weekends). We have no single person supplement.

Address: The Square Cafe, The Square, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6JA
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716388
Website: www.thesquarecafe.biz
Email: info@thesquarecafe.biz

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Broughton Self Catering Cottages Accommodation

South Lakes Holiday Cottages, Broughton and the Duddon Valley

Based in the Lake District National Park, South Lakes Holiday Cottages offers a selection of superb self-catering cottages either within the historic village of Broughton in Furness or in the picturesque Duddon valley. Sleeping between 2 and 10 guests, our well-equipped and comfortably furnished holiday rental homes are ideal for couples, families and groups wanting access to a wide range of amenities, attractions and activities such as walking, cycling, riding and watersports.
Within easy reach of Coniston, Windermere and Ambleside, our traditional cottages benefit from the more tranquil pace of life enjoyed amongst the mountains and coastal scenery of the south-west Lakes.

Your holiday rate includes:
Duvets with linen and towels - Initial fuel for wood-burning stove (where fitted) - Wi-Fi Access (where available) - Electricity and central heating - High chair and travel cot if required - Complimentary Welcome Gift.

South Lakes Holiday Cottages invite you to view the following self catering cottages:

Old Travellers' Rest no smoking wifi

Old Travellers' Rest

Old Travellers' Rest Dining and Sitting area

This ground-floor property has a spacious living and dining area, a fitted kitchen and two bedrooms. Sleeping up to 4, the Old Travellers' Rest offers extra flexibility to guests as one bedroom can be set up with either twin beds or a king-size double. Weekend breaks available throughout the year.
Located in the beautiful Duddon Valley, the Old Travellers' Rest is a rural holiday home with modern comforts. On returning from your excursions, leave your outdoor gear in the handy porch, enjoy a hot shower or bath and then stretch out on the leather sofa in front of the wood-burning stove. In warmer months, eat outside at the picnic table surrounded by trees and birdsong. No pets permitted. No smoking indoors. Accommodation suitable for guests with moderate mobility issues.
Sleeps 4.
Accommodation
Sitting/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, 1 double/twin bedroom, 1 bedroom with bunk beds. LPG central heating. Private filtered water supply.
Ground Floor
Entrance Porch with pay telephone, bench and slate floor
Dining/Sitting area with table and chairs, wood-burning stove, leather sofa, easy chairs, TV with FreeSat, DVD player, CD player, slate floor.
Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave
Bathroom/W.C. with bath (grab handle on wall) and shower cubicle
Bedroom 1: sleeps 2 in either king size bed or twin beds
Bedroom 2: sleeps 2 in full sized bunk beds (guard rail available)
Outdoors
Outside area with picnic table and barbecue. Small stream fenced off but young children should be supervised at all times. Gate into surrounding woodland.
Parking area for 2 cars.

Syke End no smoking wifi

Syke End

Syke End Living room

Its well-appointed accommodation and south-facing garden makes Syke End a superb base throughout the year for exploring the western Lake District. If you prefer character to be allied with convenience then Syke End delivers.
Sleeping up to 7 guests, this traditional cottage has a kitchen/dining area, a living room with adjacent snug and three good-sized bedrooms. Plan your days out using the guides and maps provided, come back from your excursions to the welcome of a warm Aga and snuggle up on the sofa in front of the wood-burning stove. In warmer months, enjoy sitting out in the evening sun by the summer house underneath the apple trees before strolling up the road to one of Broughton's award-winning pubs. One pet permitted. Non-smoking.
Sleeps 7.
Accommodation
kitchen/dining room, sitting room, snug, utility area, cloakroom, ensuite, bathroom, 2 double bedrooms, 1 bedroom with a double and single bed. Gas central heating.
Ground Floor
Kitchen/Dining area with gas Aga for cooking, belfast sink, dishwasher, TV, hi-fi. Table with bench and chair seating. Steps up to:
Utility area with fridge, freezer, microwave.
Cloakroom/WC with washing machine, dryer.
Living room with wood-burning stove, TV, telephone (incoming and emergency calls only)
Snug with wood-burning stove and small library
First floor
Bedroom 1: King-size double bed and ensuite shower room.
Bedroom 2: Double bed.
Bedroom 3: Double bed and single bed.
Bathroom/W.C with over-bath shower.
Outdoors
Small garden with steps up to lawned area and summer house with garden furniture. Chimera stove. Unfenced raised patio and parking area opening onto road - young children should be supervised.
Parking space for 2 cars.

8 Copper Rigg no smoking

8 Copper Rigg

8 Copper Rigg Living area showing Kitchen

This terraced cottage has all the benefits of modern living together with up-to-date furnishings and a fresh décor. If you wish to experience a quieter pace of life in a stunning part of the Lake District, this holiday home provides both comfort and value for money.
Sleeping up to 4 guests, the cottage features a contemporary fitted kitchen and open-plan living room with classy leather sofa. Upstairs there is a family bathroom, a light and airy double bedroom and another bedroom with two single divan beds. The sofa converting to a double bed in the sitting area offers extra flexibility while a patio at the back lends itself to summer barbecues. Non-smoking cottage. Pets not permitted.
Sleeps 4
Accommodation
kitchen, dining/sitting room, cloakroom with WC, double bedroom, twin bedroom, family bathroom. Gas central heating.
Ground Floor
Kitchen area with fitted cupboards, gas hob and electric oven, integrated fridge with ice box, microwave, washing machine.
Living room with table and chairs, TV, CD player, sofa and easy chair.
Cloakroom/WC
First floor
Bedroom 1: Double bed.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds.
Bathroom with over-bath shower and WC.
Outdoors
Small paved enclosed area with garden furniture and barbecue.
Designated parking space for 1 car.

Lowfield no smoking

Lowfield

Lowfield Living area and Kitchen

If you are keen to discover a more tranquil area of the Lake District National Park but don't want to drive miles for a good meal out, then Lowfield is the answer. Part of a larger residence, it makes a convenient holiday base offering short as well as longer breaks to suit.
Conveniently located in one of the Lake District's most attractive market towns, the accommodation enjoys a sunny aspect with rural views. Ideal for those wishing to relax in peace and comfort. Children welcome but no dogs allowed. Non-smoking.
Sleeps 2
Accommodation (all on ground floor)
Open plan living room and kitchen, bathroom, double bedroom. Gas central heating.
Entrance into:
Living area with wall-mounted TV featuring integral DVD player, hi-fi with i-Pod dock. Electric log-burning effect fire. Sofa converting to double bed. Table with chairs.
Kitchen area with fully fitted units, gas hob, combination oven/microwave, integrated fridge, electric kettle and toaster. Breakfast bar with 2 stools.
Bathroom with bath, shower enclosure, fitted WC and basin. Underfloor heating.
Bedroom with double bed and fitted cupboards. Garden view.
Outdoors
Patio with garden furniture and barbecue. Parking for 1 car.

Bank End no smoking

Bank End Cottage

Bank End Living room

This lovely cottage with its quiet location and south-facing garden allows guests to enjoy both the old and the new. The ceiling beams and half-timbered walls give traditional character while the fully fitted kitchen and double glazed windows provide convenience and comfort.
Accommodating up to 5 guests, Bank End Cottage has a lounge, a good-sized kitchen leading into the dining room and three bedrooms. The sunny garden and terrace has views across fields and to the hills and is a delightful place to relax. On cooler days, the double aspect dining area has easy chairs from which to contemplate the outlook. Despite its rural location, Bank End Cottage is only a few minutes' drive from the shops, cafes and pubs of Broughton-in-Furness. One pet allowed. No smoking permitted indoors.
Sleeps 5
Accommodation
Lounge, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, 2 double bedrooms, 1 single bedroom. LPG central heating.
Ground Floor
Entrance Porch with coat cupboard and bench. Step down into:
Living room with sofa, armchairs, TV and hi-fi.
Kitchen with induction hob and electric oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer and microwave. Telephone (incoming and emergency calls only). Two steps up to:
Dining area seating up to 6. Easy chairs. Door onto terrace.
First Floor
Hallway with two low beams
Bedroom 1: King-size bed.
Bedroom 2: Double bed.
Bedroom 3: Single bed.
Bathroom/W.C with over-bath shower.
Outdoors
Garden with terrace and lawn. Bench and garden furniture.
Parking area for 2 cars. Steps down to front door.

2 Brade Street no smoking wifi

2 Brade Street

2 Brade Street Front Sitting area

2 Brade Street has been renovated to a high standard to offer stylish accommodation linked over four storeys by a spiral staircase. The front door of this terraced cottage opens onto a delightful living area with cosy wood-burning stove while downstairs the dining/kitchen area features another stove. There are two bedrooms sleeping up to 4 guests arranged over the upper floors. In warmer months, holiday-makers can enjoy sitting out in the attractive courtyard.
Ideally situated near Broughton's excellent food shops and friendly pubs. Not suitable for those with mobility issues or for children under 5 years. No pets. Non-smoking.
Sleeps 4
Accommodation
Living room, kitchen/dining area, bathroom, 2 bedrooms offering a king-size bed and two double beds, gas central heating.
Ground Floor
Front Door from pavement into:
Living room with sofas, TV, hi-fi and wood-burning stove. Oak flooring and window shutters. Telephone for local and emergency calls.
Lower Ground Floor
Kitchen with gas hob and fan-assisted electric oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. Slate floor.
Dining area with table, chairs and wood-burning stove. Slate floor. Door out to:
Outside Courtyard with bench and garden furniture.
First Floor
Bedroom 1: King-sized bed.
Bathroom/W.C with over-bath shower.
Second Floor (attic room accessed by a steep wooden staircase)
Bedroom 2: Two double beds, velux windows.
Outdoors
On-street parking (free of charge)

Address: Broughton and the Duddon Valley
Phone: +44 (0)1229 715104
Website: www.southlakesholidaycottages.co.uk
Email: info@southlakesholidaycottages.co.uk

 

Cockley Beck Farm, Seathwaite

Cockley Beck Farm

Cockley Beck Cottage

Cockley Beck Kitchen

Ideal for walkers, outdoor enthusiasts and your pet dog, get away from it all at Cockley Beck which is in the heart of the Lake District National Park.
Within the National Trust estate and built in 1869, this working fell farm is home to traditional Herdwick sheep and beef cattle. This holiday cottage is self contained to the side of the farmhouse and provides accommodation for up to 4 persons.
 Cooked meals, packed lunches, washing and drying facilities, and safe storage of outdoor gear are offered to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
A large open-plan kitchen-lounge-diner with electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, washer-dryer, dining table and chairs, setee, armchairs, colour TV with Freeview, DVD and new electric heating.
A ground floor double bedroom with ample storage and electric heating is adjacent to the bathroom.
A spacious twin bedroom with storage and electric heating is on the upper floor accessed by an external stairway. All bedding and towels are provided.
There is ample private parking and storage for bikes and outdoor gear. There are stunning views and a private enclosed orchard garden with patio area, BBQ, table and chairs; great for watching wildlife and spring lambs in the fields. Upon request a broadband ethernet internet connection can be made available in the cottage (ask for details).  If you use online shopping, the area is covered by Tesco grocery delivery, so you can get all your food delivered to the door ready for your arrival.
Well behaved dogs are welcome free of charge.

Address: Cockley Beck Farm, Seathwaite, Broughton in Furness, Cumbria LA20 6EQ
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716480
Website: www.cockleybeck.co.uk
Email: sandra@cockleybeck.co.uk
Dower House Self Catering (and B&B) no smoking wifi

Dower House

Dower House bedroom

Dower House dining room

The Dower House is a delightful, late Victorian Country House built on the site of a medieval packhorse inn. The house stands in over six acres of natural wooded grounds and gardens, with tumbling streams and an abundance of wildlife. It is surrounded by spectacular coastal and mountain scenery, nestled among which you will find interesting villages, historic buildings, stunning wildlife and much, much more. Here at High Duddon we're on the doorstep of some of the best walking country in the land; the quiet fells of Dunnerdale, the picturesque Yewdale and Coniston Fells and the spectacular and challenging peaks of Wasdale. Overlooking the Duddon Estuary, we are only a fifteen minute drive from expansive, golden, sandy beaches and one of the region's top water-skiing centres.
Accommodation at the Dower House may be either self-catering or bed and breakfast with all the four separate apartments available on this basis. Apartments have either one or two bedrooms, lounge/dining room a kitchen and a bathroom with both shower and bath. All are comfortably furnished and fully equipped for your stay whichever tariff you choose.
For self-catering guests the kitchens are fully fitted with an electric cooker, fridge/freezer (freezer compartment in Orchard Corner), electric kettle and toaster, and ample food storage space. Bed and breakfast guests have full tea and coffee-making facilities and use of the fridge.
All the apartments have colour TV, radio and coal-effect electric fires. Cots and high chairs are available by prior arrangement. The gardens and grounds are for the use of guests and we have a games room with pool, darts and table tennis.
Access to the apartments is through the grand main hall which contains a superb fireplace with carved wood surround. Off the hall is a large, comfortable Residents' Lounge/Dining room with wood-burning stove which overlooks the lawn and water garden. There is ample parking space for guests' cars at the top of our long, secluded driveway.
Each Apartment is individually designed to provide spacious and comfortable accommodation for our guests and to take advantage of the fine views of the gardens and surrounding countryside.
We are a non-smoking establishment, and sorry, we cannot take pets.
Address: High Duddon, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6ET
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716279
Website: www.dowerhouse.biz
Email: info@DowerHouse.biz
Lickle Valley Cottages, Broughton Mills

Lickle Valley Cottages

Lickle Valley Cottages are situated near Broughton Mills in the Lickle Valley, adjacent to Wordsworth’s favourite Duddon Valley in the unspoilt south west Lake District.
The Lickle Valley is a quiet and charming spot, yet an ideal centre for all types of outdoor pursuits .
We have 2 cottages available, Honeysuckle Cottage and Rose Cottage.
Honeysuckle Cottage sleeps 2 + baby and is adjacent to Rose Cottage across from a working farm. It has a compact hidden patio rear garden and a sunny side garden.
The cottage is small but very cosy and full of character. From the bedroom there is a view across the Lickle valley to Croglinhurst Bank.
Through the front entrance, the cottage opens into a beautifully appointed kitchen and dining area, with a cosy lounge area beyond with a TV & video.
From the dining area, the stairs lead to a landing featuring a stone wall with arrow-slit windows.
The attractive bathroom is equipped with a large electric shower, toilet and washbasin.
The bedroom has a view across part of the farm to the hills beyond, and is equipped with a comfortable bed which can be either a kingsize double or twin beds.
Heating is by oil-fired central heating. A useful utility room is equipped with a washing machine and tumble dryer.
Rose Cottage was built in the 17th century and sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms. The cottage has been carefully refurbished to ensure that it remains full of character. Outside is a small garden and patio with table and seats with a view across the valley to Great Stickle & Stickle Pike.
The cottage is equipped for all year round use with central heating, hot water and open fire. Coal and logs are available if required, and a washing machine and tumble drier are available in a separate utility room nearby.

Address: Lickle Valley Cottages, Lane End Farm, Broughton Mills, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6AX
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716332
Website: www.licklevalleycottages.co.uk
Email: margaret@licklevalleycottages.co.uk
Ashlack Cottages

Ashlack Cottages

Five luxury holiday cottages, sleeping from 2-17 people, close to Coniston Water and Ulverston, all beautifully decorated to a 4* standard.
The cottages are surrounded by farmland with mountains behind and wonderful views of the coast (Duddon Estuary) to the west. You can walk straight from the door and explore the fells endlessly!
Ashlack is a working farm and in April and May the fields are littered with lambs and calves and also a few foals. It is a perfect place for children to explore the woods, rivers, meadowland and the coast.
All our holiday cottages come fully equipped and have: full central heating, dishwasher, electric fan-assisted oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dryer. Also included in the rental price are bed linen, towels, heating and electricity. Each holiday cottage has a private garden, plenty of car parking and a barbecue.
Wi-fi internet connection is available in all of the cottages.
When you arrive at your cottage the beds are already made, the fires are laid and the heating is already on, so the house will be cosy and there will be plenty of hot water.
Address: Ashlack Hall, Grizebeck, Cumbria LA17 7XN
Phone: +44 (0)1229 889888
Website: www.ashlackcottages.co.uk
Email: enquiries@ashlackcottages.co.uk

Thornthwaite Farm
Thornthwaite is a traditional family run farm set amidst superb scenery in the Lake District National Park in Cumbria. We offer a range of self-catering accommodation.
The estate overlooks the beautiful Woodland Valley, the whole 500 acres can be explored by our guests.
We also have 60 acres of ancient woodland and have received an award for our environmental policies. The area is a birdwatcher’s paradise, with wildlife including deer, foxes and badgers.
Pets are welcome in the majority of our accommodation - please ring for futher details.
Thornthwaite has a number of cottages available, they make the perfect base from which to explore the Lake District from.

Little Galey

Little Galey (Sleeps 4)
A 17th century Lake District semi-detached cottage. Originally part of the main house for the Thornthwaite Estate, with lots of character set in its own secluded garden with patio and garden furniture, ideal for barbeques!
The modern Kitchen/dining area contains an electric cooker and oven, microwave, washer/dryer and fridge freezer.
There is a dining table that seats 4 people.
The large lounge has an excellent log fire and ample comfortable seating. The television has Free View and a VHS/DVD player.
There are two bedrooms, one double and one twin. They have recently been sympathetically refurbished to a high standard using high quality furnishings in solid oak. High quality bed linen is also provided.
Woodland Cottage Woodland Cottage (Sleeps 4)
A recently refurbished nineteenth century cottage in a style typical of many in the lake district. The cottage was originally used in the production of local lake district cheese’s until the 1920’s when it became a cottage for estate workers. There is a small garden to the front with garden furniture and barbeque provided.
The lounge area has recently been refurbished and features oak flooring and a traditional Lakeland slate fireplace and real wood burner.The wide screen television has free view and DVD.
The kitchen area contains a fitted kitchen including electric cooker and oven, microwave, washer/dryer and fridge freezer.
There are two upstairs bedrooms, both of which have recently been refurbished to a very high standard using high quality furnishings in solid oak. High quality bed linen is also provided.
Stable Cottage Stable Cottage (Sleeps 2)
As the name suggests this cottage was originally a stable for the estates heavy horse’s whilst they where being re-shod in the adjacent blacksmiths workshop. It has recently been converted to a very high standard into a self catering cottage.
The lounge & Kitchen area features a new solid oak fitted kitchen with all of the conveniences you would expect; dishwasher, electric oven with halogen hob and microwave etc, the whole property features a solid oak floor with under floor heating, and high quality lounge and dining furniture. A solid ash spiral staircase leads to the upper floor. There is a flat screen television with Free view.
The bedroom again features a solid oak floor with under floor heating and high quality oak double bed and furnishings, a balcony that overlooks the properties garden.
Blacksmith's Cottage Blacksmiths Cottage (Sleeps 4)
This cottage was once the Blacksmiths workshop, where until recently his forge remained, a sturdy building typical of the style of many in the Lake District made of the local Burlington and Coniston slate. With excellent panoramic views of the Old Man of Coniston and its breath-taking surrounding fells, Dow Crag, Walna Scar and Swirl How.
The lounge and Kitchen features a new solid oak fitted kitchen with all of the conveniences you would expect; dishwasher, electric oven with halogen hob and microwave etc, the whole property features a solid oak floor with under floor heating, and high quality lounge and dining furniture. There is a flat screen television with Free view.
There is a double bedroom and a twin room in this property and both feature a solid oak floor and under floor heating with high quality furnishings and bed linen.
Woodsman's Cottage Woodsmans Cottage (Sleeps 6)
This building was once the heart of the estates forestry operations and used to house a large circular saw for processing trees felled in the woods into planks. This large building has now been converted into opulent holiday accommodation for up to 6 people.
There are truly magnificent views through a huge window looking across to the Lake District and Coniston fells including many of the most famous peaks, Coniston Old Man and Dow Crag, Walna Scar, Swirl How etc.
The lounge & Kitchen area features a new solid oak fitted kitchen with all of the conveniences you would expect, dishwasher, electric oven and halogen hob, fridge/freezer and microwave etc, the whole property features a solid oak floor with under floor heating, with high quality lounge and dining furniture. There is a large window with panoramic views and a wood burner for those cosy winter nights by the fire and a flat screen television with Free view and DVD.
There are three bedrooms and all feature a solid oak floor and under floor heating with high quality furnishings and bed linen.
The double room has an oak sleigh bed; the two other bedrooms have twin single beds, one of which is on the ground floor.
Address: Thornthwaite, Woodland Hall, Woodland, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6DF
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716340
Website: www.lakedistrictcottages.co.uk
Email: info@lakedistrictcottages.co.uk
The Turkey Shed

Part of a 17th Century Farmhouse nestled in the Lickle Valley, the Turkey Shed offers accommodation for 4/5 people in two bedrooms.
Ideal for couples or families, the property is located at the end of a quiet lane, with beautiful walks straight from the door and fabulous views from every window. Only five minutes drive or twenty-five minutes walk from Broughton in Furness.
Prices include bed-linen, towels, central heating, electricity and all fuel, tea, coffee and sugar.
For the comfort of all our guests we operate a no pets, no smoking policy. no smoking

Address: Caroline and Peter Munday, Low Bleansley Farm, Broughton in Furness, Cumbria LA20 6AR
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716894 or +44 (0)7710 232305
Website: www.thelicklecottage.co.uk
Email: caroline.munday@talk21.com

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Broughton Caravans and Camping Accommodation

Little Green Yurt

The Little Green Yurt is pitched at the top of a small camp-site on a traditional working farm overlooking a quiet corner of the Lake District National Park close to the historic market town of Broughton-in-Furness. This is an ideal location for walking or cycling the quiet paths and trails of the Furness Peninsula, the Furness fells, the beautiful Duddon Valley, the flora and fauna of the nearby estuary, and, to enjoy the magic of a genuine Mongolian Yurt.
Telephone 07831702988

Phone: +44 (0)7831702988
Website: www.thelittlegreenyurt.co.uk
Email: kathleengreen@littlegreenyurt.co.uk

Broughton Hostel Accommodation

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