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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
A spacious first floor apartment, dating from 1737, is very tastefully decorated and furnished in a contemporary style, the original characterful stone walls and ceiling beams being retained, giving it a truly cosy home from home feel. Elevated fabulous views of the fells can be enjoyed as you relax in the lounge area or eat at the dining table.
Frostrow View has a spacious living area with comfortable sofas, flat-screen TV, Wi-fi availability, games and books and a dining area with fantastic views over the fells. The well equipped kitchen enables you to cook your favourite meal or you may simply want to relax in the local pubs or well regarded restaurants. The main bedroom with king-size bed and second bedroom with twin beds make the apartment ideal for a family or two couples. The family bathroom includes a bath for those who like a long soak!
As the perfect retreat, Frostrow View gives you the best of both worlds; walks from the front door on to the fell tops as well as the more leisurely river walks nearby. It is also ideal for holiday makers who wish to explore the beauty of both the Lake District and Dales, providing easy access to shops, pubs and restaurants as well as giving the peace and tranquility of a quaint, historic town.
Parking can be found a 1 minute walk down the road or in the off road lay-by just round the corner. A cobbled area opposite the apartment can be used for unloading.
All power, bed linen and tea towels are included in the rent. No smoking or pets allowed.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||30 miles|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Oxenholme|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
About this location
The Cumbria region
A rural county, Cumbria is considered one of the most beautiful regions of the UK.
To the west of Sedbergh is the beautiful Lake District, home to England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike and Wastwater, its deepest lake. Take a boat trip out on Windermere, the largest lake, visit a country show, absorb the breathtaking scenery as you walk or climb, coast on an electric bike or have some family fun visiting Beatrix Potter's house or an adventurous day out at Go Ape. Visit Ambleside, Bowness-on-Windermere and Keswick, browse the interesting shops and be inspired by the beautiful vistas.
To the east of Sedbergh is the Dales National Park, with scenery of open fells and numerous valleys. It offers expansive views and easy walking. There is much to do from spotting red squirrels in Snaizeholme and walking along the unique limestone pavement at the top of the 80 metre high Malham Cove to visiting the Dales Countryside Museum or the Wensleydale cheese factory in Hawes. Take a trip on the Settle-Carlisle Railway, the most scenic in Britain. Dent, with its delightful cobbled streets and speciality beer, is also not to be missed.
Sedbergh is a small quaint market town with an old-worlde atmosphere or "laid back vibe". It nestles at the foot of the Howgill fells, a compact cluster of hills rising to about 2,000 feet and about 40 square miles in area. Many hilltops provide excellent long distance views to the Lake District, the Pennines and Morecambe Bay. The Howgills offer you a little piece of wilderness, grazed by sheep and semi-feral ponies.
Sedbergh boasts easy access to a variety of rivers, lakes, fells, waterfalls and caves. This is due to its unique position between the Lake District with its stunning lakes and awesome mountains, and the Dales National Park with its numerous country lanes and rolling hills.
Sedbergh provides the opportunity for many outdoor activities such as walking (both low level river walks and the more challenging fell climbs), cycling, golf at the local golf club, tennis, horse-riding, water sports and fishing.
On a quieter note,the 12th Century Church is open each day if you feel drawn to some reflective time and the famous public school, dating back to 1536, provides a splendid backdrop for gentle strolls.
The town also hosts the Sedbergh Folk Festival in June and many other music and literary events during the year. Farfield Mill, the local arts and heritage centre hosts numerous exhibitions and workshops and has art and craftwork to peruse. Nearby Kendal is full of places to visit and things to do with a variety of leisure facilities.
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23 Feb 2014
"Welcoming and comfortable"
We had a wonderful stay at Frostview. The view from inside were magnificent. The flat was well stocked and was a great "home away from home". Would come back any time.… More
18 Aug 2013
"lovely, comfortable stay at Frostrow view"
Didn't look much from the outside but was lovely when we walked into the flat, spacious, clean, tastefully decorated with beautiful views. Felt like home, had everything you needed and more,… More
5 Jul 2013
"Another Great Holiday!"
Went to Sedbergh for a week with my parents. The flat was great and we all had a good time. My parents (In their 80's)thought the flat was superb - the only things they would have changed were th… More
23 May 2013
"Comfortable and cosy - Perfect for a relaxing weekend!"
We enjoyed a lovely weekend stay here with friends. The flat, which feels very much like a cottage, has superb views and is incredibly comfortable. It was well kitted out with everything we needed and… More
20 Apr 2013
"Delightful stay--lovely accommodation"
The flat is very welcoming and comfortable, with lots of space, big windows with a great view, and a nice mix of old and new in the decor. It's right in town, and we enjoyed the bookshops, greeng… More
5 Apr 2013
"Totally happy with excellent accommodation"
We've stayed in lots of accommodation over the years and this is as good as any we've used. It is clean, well furnished and comfortable with great views of the hills. Sedbergh is a small tow… More
8 Oct 2012
"Well furnished, comfortable, great location, wonderful view."
The house was exactly as described in the brochure and booking was easy. It is well decorated ,comfortably furnished and fully equiped. I know the location well and the house is centrally situated and… More
26 Apr 2012
"Great location to discover the Lakes and Dales"
Our stay was very pleasant. Central location in Sedbergh, close to High street. stunning scenery in the area. Laid back easy vibe here. Worth visiting to switch off and relax.Accommodation very neat, … More
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