Coniston Holiday Accommodation

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Coniston Hotel Accommodation

The Yewdale Hotel

Yewdale Hotel

Yewdale hotel bedroom

The Yewdale Hotel is a situated in the centre of Coniston and therefore central for the scenic delights of the Lake District. Built of local stone and slate in 1896, it was once part guest house and part bank.
Eight centrally heated bedrooms with en suite, tv and tea-making facilities,
provide comfortable, restful accommodation, and an excellent Cumbrian breakfast starts the day.
In the bar and dining room fresh seasonal produce features on a varied menu that includes plenty of choice for vegetarians as well as children's dishes. In addition, an extended bar menu is offered daily between 12 noon and 9pm.
The hotel is open daily for breakfast, morning coffee, snacks, lunches, afternoon tea and evening meals. Non-residents are welcome. All interests are catered for in the area, and the owners and staff are on hand to offer advice and information on how to enjoy them to the full. Fishing, boating, canoeing, walking and pony trekking are all available on or around Coniston Water, and those with energy to spare can tackle the climb up the 2,600' Old Man of Coniston. The Ruskin Museum in the village celebrates the life and work of the Victorian artist John Ruskin, and a short ferry trip across the Lake takes visitors to Brantwood, Ruskin's home for the last 28 years of his life.
Address: Yewdale Road, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8DU
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41280
Website: www.yewdalehotel.com
Email: info@yewdalehotel.com
The Crown Inn

Crown Inn

Crown Inn

Crown Inn

The Crown Inn previously known as The Crown Hotel is situated in the heart of the English Lake District in the centre of the picturesque village of Coniston.
Only a short distance from the famous lake which Donald Campbell used for his water speed record with his jet boat Bluebird and only a short distance from the beautiful Tarn Hows.
Coniston is the ideal base to visit the tremendous landscape of streams and mountains including the Coniston Old Man and surrounding Lake District.
We are also on the path of the Cumbrian Way and welcome all walkers.
This is the ideal setting where we can offer warm, comfortable Coniston bed and breakfast accommodation at a reasonable cost in both summer and winter months.
We have twelve comfortable en suite bedrooms, con+sisting of double, twin, family and triple. Single rooms are available at quieter times.
All rooms have been completely refurbished to a very high standard to ensure the comfort of all our guests. All rooms are with bath or shower and all are centrally heated. Each have quality mattresses for a good night's sleep, coffee and tea making facilities, hair dryers, direct dial telephones and satellite television.
For special occasions or perhaps just as a treat, let us arrange a beautiful hand-tie of flowers sitting in water for you to enjoy during your stay.
A bottle of Champagne or sparkling white wine can be chilling in ice awaiting your arrival to your room.
We have membership to a local leisure centre where during your stay with us our guests can relax in the beauty salon, enjoy the views from the spa pool or take a swim in the large, heated swimming pool.
Our guest accommodation has been awarded 4 stars by Visit Britain.
Address: Crown Inn, Tilberthwaite Avenue, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8ED
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41243
Fax: +44 (0)15394 41804
Website: www.crowninnconiston.com
Email: info@crowninnconiston.com
The Ship Inn
The Ship Inn comprises of 4 available rooms, including 1 family room.
All with colour TV & tea and coffee making facilities.
Good Pub Food, freshly prepared & cooked to order is served from a main menu & daily changing Specials Board. House wines, hot chocolate, tea & full range of speciality coffees.
Address: Bowmanstead, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8HB
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41224
Website: www.shipinn.info
Email: enquiries@shipinn.info

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Coniston Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

High Park, Little Langdale wifi no smoking

High Park, Little Langdale

High Park garden

Little Langdale Valley from High Park

Walking south on the Cumbria Way from Great Langdale or north from Ulverston or Coniston, your journey will take you right past our back door as High Park Farmhouse in the Little Langdale Valley is directly on your route!
If you do not decide to stay the night at High Park, our lovely Tea Garden might tempt you to make a short stop with us where we can offer you a cup of tea and maybe a home-made cake.  There you can rest those weary legs and enjoy the spectacular views all around you.   We know that our section of your walk in this lovely valley will turn out to be one of your truly memorable experiences.
Visitors who wish to stay for a few nights can do so in the knowledge that once they park their car with us, they can enjoy an amazing variety of walks providing any level of challenge that they require.  We offer those who stay with us for bed and breakfast a king size bed with Satellite TV. We can also offer a twin bedded room.  You will have sole use of a separate bathroom where you will find both bath and shower facilities, along with lots of piping hot water - and there is free WiFi!
Our website address is www.cumbriawaybb.co.uk  where you will find more photos of our house and garden.
Our charges for B&B for 2013 are £30.00 per person, per night.  Your breakfast will naturally be cooked to order, and we will do all that we can to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible.

Address: High Park Farm LA22 9NS
Phone:+44 (0)1539 437718
Website: www.cumbriawaybb.co.uk
Email: wendyhunt@hotmail.com
Orchard Cottage, Coniston no smoking

Orchard Cottage

Orchard Cottage dining

Orchard Cottage twin room

Orchard Cottage offers guest accommodation in 3 en-suite rooms (2 double bedded & 1 flexible double or twin bedded), all rooms are on the ground floor and offer tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryers. Breakfast is served in the light spacious dining room and the choices range from cereals and fruit to full English breakfast, followed by toast with homemade jam or marmalade and honey produced by our own bees. After a hard day walking relax in the comfortable guest lounge. As the weather is known to be slightly damp in the Lake District we offer clothes drying facilities and also have a secure area for cycle storage.
For people walking the Cumbria Way we offer a transport service if you book 2 nights with us. ie:
Walk from Ulverston - Coniston Arrive at Orchard Cottage for 1st night Next day walk to Dungeon Ghyll where you are picked up and brought back to Orchard Cottage for a 2nd night The following morning you are returned to Dungeon Ghyll to resume your walk.
We can offer similar packages from Lowick and Ambleside please enquire when booking. Also available are packed lunches.
Orchard Cottage is non smoking and sadly at this point in time we do not accept pets.
Address: Orchard Cottage, 18 Yewdale Road, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8DU
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41319
Website: www.orchardcottageconiston.co.uk
Email: enquiries@orchardcottageconiston.co.uk

Bluebird Lodge

Bluebird Lodge The Bluebird Lodge Guest House is in a quiet corner of the English Lakes and offers comfortable rooms, a warm welcome and some of the best views in the area, an ideal location for fell walkers, dog owners and cyclists.
Situated within 15 minutes stroll from the village centre of Coniston, famed for the speed record attempts in the 1960's made by the late Donald Campbell CBE.
Full English breakfast served from 8.30am, (earlier by arrangement) and can be enjoyed with outstanding views of the village and surrounding fells.
After a day out or before a meal, relax in the residents lounge.
Ample parking is available to all residents.
For all our residents we have a laundry room with washer, dryer and ironing facilities.
TV and Video are also available in the Residents Lounge.
Enjoy mountain & fell views from this conservatory style breakfast room, which can also cater for small functions. Barbecues are also catered for (Lakeland weather permitting).
Our rooms consist of:
Two (Doubles with en-suite toilet & shower),
One (Double with en-suite toilet & spa bath),
One (Twin with en-suite toilet & shower and access to a small garden) and
One ( Single with shower & adjacent toilet).
Address: Bluebird Lodge, Waterhead, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8AJ
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41442
Fax: +44 (0)15394 41476
Website: www.bluebirdlodge.co.uk
Email: info@bluebirdlodge.co.uk
Lakeland House
A little bit different. Relax in comfortable and contemporary surroundings. There is a mix of double, twin, single and family rooms - All equipped with flat screen TVs, free WiFi,  en-suite shower rooms.
Make a great start to your day with a choice of hearty breakfast. Ideally located on the Cumbria Way in the heart of Coniston, the lake and all it has to offer is just a ten minute stroll.
This is the perfect place to explore the lake district with Ambleside, Hawkshead and Windermere just a short drive away– Our Hollands cafe serves meals, coffees, cakes 9-5 daily.
Address: Tilberthwaite Avenue, Coniston. LA21 8ED
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41303
Website: www.lakelandhouse.co.uk
Email: info@lakelandhouse.com
Oaklands Guest House
Oaklands was built of local stone in the middle of the 19th Century.
We offer a high level of comfort, with spacious rooms overlooking the Coniston fells. There is private parking and a large garden for you to while away the Summer evenings.
We have two en-suite bedrooms - a double and a twin plus a further double and single bedroom. All are individually furnished to a high standard with remote colour TV's, hair dryers, beverage trays and lots of extras to make your stay comfortable.
We have a no smoking policy and regret we are unable to accommodate pets. no smoking
Address: Oaklands Guesthouse, Yewdale Road, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8DX
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41245
Website: www.oaklandsconiston.co.uk
Email: info@oaklandsconiston.co.uk
Pomona B+B (Lowick Green)
This charming Lake District Cottage, dating back to the early 1600s, nestles in the picturesque Crake Valley just 4 miles from the southern shores of Coniston Water and just a short drive from the Market town of Ulverston.
We are surrounded by unspoilt countryside in an area of outstanding beauty with panoramic views across the beautiful Crake Valley.
The atmosphere is relaxed and informal and your hosts Linda and Steve look forward to welcoming you to their sophisticated rural retreat in this lovely location.
We are a No Smoking establishment. no smoking
Address: Lowick Green, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 8DX
Phone: +44 (0)1229 885399
Website: www.pomonalakedistrict.co.uk
Email: See website

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Coniston Self Catering Cottages Accommodation

Coniston Country Cottages

Coniston Country Cottages Setting

Coniston Country Cottages Patio

Coniston Country Cottages Double Room

 

Coniston Country Cottages have 12 great value cottages and apartments in and around Coniston. Our self-catering properties range from cosy hideaways for couples to family cottages sleeping up to six.

  • All cottages rated 3 or 4 star by the AA.
  • Great base for activity holidays.
  • Range of pet-friendly and pet-free cottages.
  • Superb locations.
  • Variety of walks start straight from the doorstep.
  • Discounts for single occupancy.
  • Special offers available.

Coniston village offers a good range of shops and pubs; learn more about Donald Campbell and Bluebird at The Ruskin Museum or take the Launch across Coniston Water to Brantwood, home of John Ruskin.

The Lake District villages of Ambleside and Windermere and Beatrix Potter’s house, Hilltop, are just a short drive away. 

Address: Coniston Country Cottages, Little Arrow, Coniston, Cumbria, LA21 8AU
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41114
Website: www.conistoncottages.co.uk/
Email: enquiry@conistoncottages.co.uk

Howe Foot Self Catering Cottage no smoking wifi

Sue welcomes you at Howe Foot

Sue welcomes you at Howe Foot

Howe Foot Self Catering Cottage

 

This is a unique opportunity to stay in a perfect little cottage for two which is completely separate from the main house. The two properties stand in an acre of ground with a beck and small bridge at the entrance in idyllic countryside surrounded by peace and tranquility. The holiday cottage was once a former workshop for Oak Swill Basket Making, which has been a traditional Lake District craft for hundreds of years. It has now been fully restored and has made a delightful holiday home with oak beams, slate floors with rugs and a Woodburning stove. Howe Foot cottage really is a charming hidden gem and just perfect for a special break.
The kitchen just lends itself to looking after my guests, with an oil fired Rayburn constantly on and at cooking temperature. It keeps the whole cottage lovely and warm and there is a back up of central heating for chilly days! The dining table just for two is in the kitchen which on one side overlooks the fields stretching up the valley and on the other side, the garden. A washing machine, fridge, CD Radio all tucked away out of sight can be found along with everything you need for your self-catering holiday. We have made the room attractive and have included interesting beams and a curved wall.
The sitting room houses a comfy sofa which can also be used as a bed settee and there is a fabulous woodburning stove for those chilly nights when you just want to tuck yourself up and relax after a busy day out and about. There are books, magazines and maps galore to plan your days out, and a select few DVD's if all you want to do is sit and relax with a glass of wine. A cosy double bedroom awaits and a compact but beautifully formed shower room with Victorian style shower, basin and toilet is next to the bedroom. Different views can be seen from every window and each room has features galore with interesting nooks and crannies and window seats!
All in all, we feel that this sweet Lakeland cottage in the garden is truly a wonderful and very Special Place to Stay here in the Lake District National Park.
We were featured in the Sunday Mirror's Homes and Holidays supplement on 20th August 2012 as No2 of their Top 10 Cosy Holiday Cottages for Two.
Address: Howe Foot, Low Beck Bottom, Lowick, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 8EA
Phone: +44 (0)1229 885007 or 0771 242 5978
Website: www.howe-foot.co.uk
Email: susan@howe-foot.co.uk
Beech Grove and Copper View, Coniston

Beech Grove

Copper View

Coniston Holidays provides accommodation in the Lake District village of Coniston, comprising of both bed & breakfast and self catering cottages.
Please see our Orchard Cottage listing for B&B.
Coniston has quite a history including copper mining & slate quarries all of which can still be seen on the fells which surround the village. Perhaps best known for the lake, Coniston Water, where Donald Campbell lost his life and is now buried in the village graveyard. On the east side of the lake with stunning views towards Coniston Old Man is Brantwood former home of John Ruskin or visit the Ruskin museum in the village centre.
Take a leisurely trip on the lake aboard the gondola or one of the launches. For the more energetic there are water sports, cycling in nearby Grizedale forest or walking the Coniston fells. Tarn Hows another beauty spot is close by as is the attractive village of Hawkshead. Beech Grove is a bungalow of high quality offering self-catering accommodation for 4 people. Situated a level 2 minute walk from Coniston village centre it is close to all the village amenities.
There are two bedrooms (a double & twin), a tastefully decorated lounge (with a feature fireplace) and satellite tv with sky+, DVD, C.D player/radio and pay phone. The conservatory leads on to a lawned private garden with patio and BBQ area. There is private parking for two cars.
The bungalow has full gas central heating, a fully fitted kitchen including cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and all utensils. Bed linen, towels, electricity and gas are all included in the price.Copper View is a high quality bungalow offering self-catering accommodation for 4 people. Situated a level 2 minute walk from Coniston village centre it is close to all the village amenities.
There are two bedrooms (a double & twin with en-suite). The lounge boasts of beautiful views of the surrounding fells, as well as having all the modcons, satellite tv, DVD, C.D player/radio and pay phone. The outside area consists of an attractive garden, patio BBQ area and outdoor seating. There is private parking for two cars.
The bungalow has full gas central heating, a fully fitted kitchen including cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, plus all utensils. Bed linen, towels, electricity and gas are all included in the price.
Address: Coniston, Cumbria
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41319
Website: http://www.conistonholidays.co.uk
Email: enquiries@conistonholidays.co.uk
Thurston View Cottages and Holiday Appartments

Thurston Cottage

Thurston House Appartments

Thurston View holiday cottage is inspected on behalf of the Cumbria Tourist Board and is 4 star rated. In this holiday cottage you will find everything necessary to enjoy a self catering holiday coupled with some of the finest views of Lake Coniston you are likely to encounter.
An old, stone cottage, which has been fully renovated and modernised, with a small garden and patio area, now providing all the facilities you would require of a holiday cottage in the Lake District. A private parking space is at the end of the row of cottages.
This holiday cottage is located overlooking the village and has magnificent views of the lake and forest, yet is only a few minutes walk from the village centre.
The cottage is fully equipped and has central heating, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble-dryer, TV and Video and a Living Flame gas fire in the lounge.
Gas, electricity, bed-linen and towels are included in the price. Converted from a large Victorian house, Thurston House self-catering holiday apartments are close to the village centre making it ideal for those who need to be within a couple of minutes walk of the shops and pubs.
The house comprises of seven, individual, self-catering apartments.
Located close to the village centre, it offers easy access to the shops, pubs, tea-rooms and restaurant.
There is private parking at the rear of the property.
Each Apartment is self-contained with a washing machine, tumble dryer and a payphone is available for communal use.
Pets are accepted in Thurston House Holiday Apartments.
All Flats are spacious and completely self-contained, with colour TV, microwave oven, cooker, fridge, etc. Pets accepted by arrangement.
No Smoking is allowed in any part of the house. no smoking
Address: 21 Chalegreen, Harwood, Bolton
Phone: +44 (0)1204 419261
Website: www.thurstonhouseconiston.co.uk 
Email: info@thurstonhouseconiston.co.uk
Waterhead Appartment
Waterhead Appartment

2 bedroom (1 Double and 1 Twin) fully equipped apartment sleeps 4 either 2 couples or bed can be split to make a twin.
Stunning views over the surrounding landscape "breakfast in bed whilst gazing at Coniston Old Man", perfect location for a romantic get away or an action packed week of walking the Lake District fells and mountains.
Relax in the evening with a glass of wine while enjoying the magnificent view from the lounge.
The apartment is situated a quarter of a mile from the village centre where there are shops and pubs all within walking distance,also a short stroll takes you down to the lake where Donald Campbell made his water speed record.

Address: Waterhead Appartment, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8AJ
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41442
Fax: +44 (0)15394 41476
Website: www.bluebirdlodge.co.uk
Email: info@bluebirdlodge.co.uk

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Coniston Caravans and Camping Accommodation

Crake Valley Holiday Park
Crake Valley Holiday Park Crake Valley is a small family run holiday park close to the picturesque holiday village of Coniston, with a maximum of ten static holiday caravans and five timber lodges all maintained in first class condition and set in lovely surroundings with a large variety of birds and wildlife.
The park is situated in an elevated position across from Coniston Water, which is only a short walk away, sheltered on three sides by mature oak trees, with views across to the Coniston Old Man mountain and surrounding fells, the park opens onto Blawith Common, which is an extensive area of wild and craggy moorland where you can wander at will, with lovely walks to Beacon Tarn and Torver. It is an ideal base for touring the lakes, with all visitor attractions within easy reach, but a car is advisable to get the most of your holiday. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.
We have two caravans that are pet free.
Check our website for more details.
Address: Water Yeat, Blawith, Via Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 8DL
Phone: +44 (0)1229 885203
Fax: +44 (0)1229 885203
Website: www.crakevalley.co.uk
Email: crakevalley@coniston1.fslife.co.uk

Coniston Hostel Accommodation

Currently we have no hostels listed.

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