Grey House Annexe Secluded Quiet Sea Front Retreat
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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the tidal salt marshes, The Grey House faces the sweeping scenery of the Scottish coast and is cradled in the breath-taking charm of Silloth Bay. The property is surrounded on a wider scale by the delights of the English Lake District, where marshes and rolling hills stretch onto the horizon, presenting seemingly limitless opportunities for family walks bird watching, touring and hikes, and with access also to the beauty of Southern Scotland. Add this to the popular Golf Links of Silloth Golf Course and you have the perfect destination for your break.
The Grey House Annexe is an ideal location for your Summer or Winter Holiday and is perfect for a comfortable Short Break or as a base for visiting friends.
The Grey House Annexe is a secluded and deceptively spacious one bedroom fully self contained annexe to the rear of the owners' sea front home; it has its own entrance to the property and is fully fenced and private. It is situated in the Victorian resort of Silloth – on – Solway located on the West Cumbrian Coastline. Literally a minutes' walk from the delightful promenade which looks over the Solway Firth to Southern Scotland. The sunsets here are wonderful, claim a bench and sit and watch the sun go down over Criffel Mountain in Scotland. Walk to Grune Point on the marshes and enjoy the scenery or find a quiet space to watch the amazing bird life we have on the Solway coast.
Silloth is a quiet seaside town which has been here since the late 19th century and is little changed; it has a wonderful and unspoiled green which runs the length of the town. Silloth suits those looking for a quieter holiday, we have none of the bustle of busy seaside resorts and you can find peace and quiet all year round, whatever the weather!
The gas centrally heated & double glazed accommodation, comprises one double bedroom, decorated in pretty Laura Ashley wallpaper and with matching curtains, it has a super-king Sealy bed with good quality bedding, feather duvet and both feather and non-feather pillows. It has lovely honey pine furnishings, large 3 door wardrobe, chest of drawers and dressing table and matching bed side cabinets. Windows to two sides with views over the garden. A hallway with hanging space, spacious sitting room with comfortable three piece suite and large flat screen television with all sky channels, including movies and sport for those quieter evenings a DVD player and collection of DVD's, and books. This is a warm airy and comfortable room with a cosy electric fire and a view of the woods. Glass double doors to dining room with table and 4 chairs in case you are coming to see friends, sideboard with lots of information on things to do locally, games, tennis rackets etc, fully fitted kitchen with new electric cooker, shower room with double walk in electric shower with seat and handrail and separate toilet. It has a small private and fully fenced secure garden with furniture, on road parking by the annexe entrance and there is easy access to the local shops, eateries, golf club and some lovely coffee shops. One dog is welcome and this is a wonderful place for walks - they even get their own welcome box. The house is adjacent to an old pine wood and the annexe has lots of garden birds and even the occasional resident hedgehog.
The annexe is deceptively large and is decorated to a high standard. It has comfortable furnishings to allow you to unwind and enjoy the peace and quiet, it is an ideal hideaway. We provide all bed-linen, towels, tea towels, beach towels and a welcome tray for your arrival cup of tea. We are about 45 minutes from Keswick and Southern Scotland so you can have the beauty of the English Lake District without the crowds, there are lots of things to do locally and Silloth has many festivals during the summer from Kites to vintage cars and our popular August Carnival.
Special Events in Silloth 2015
24th May - Silloth Green Day
13th + 14th June - Silloth Vintage Rally
10th to 13th Sept - Music & Beer Festival
31st August - Silloth Carnival
Fully equipped with everything you need the accommodation includes full gas central heating, towels, bedding, Wi-Fi, Flat Screen TV with Sky , DVD and a collection of DVD's, books and games. Tennis rackets for the sea front court, puzzles, magazines and umbrellas for those inclement days. A well equipped kitchen for those who love to cook and fridge freezer, microwave, iron and ironing board and access to a washing machine. Secure storage for bicycles if needed. The annexe is lovely winter and summer alike – for your winter breaks the warm accommodation will allow you to forget the weather and enjoy the comfort.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Silloth 100 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||250 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester or Newcastle, Nearest railway: Carlisle 38 km|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Access to washing machine which is located off the courtyard in the owners utility room.
On road parking by the property entrance gate.
There is a local tennis court across from the front of the house which is available free of charge when the tennis clubs aren't playing, rackets are available in the annexe.
|Further details outdoors|
1 minutes walk to promenade, no roads to cross
5 minutes walk to local shops and cafe's
20 minutes drive to nearest large supermarket
There is a step to the property and then all accommodation is on one level, there is a double walk in shower accessed via a step in. The property is not adapted for a wheelchair user but would be suitable for someone with reduced mobility. Flat access to promenade and shops, Silloth is not a hilly area.
The Cumbria region
Cumbria is a predominantly rural county which is considered one of the most beautiful regions of the United Kingdom and includes the whole of the Lake District, the Eden Valley, the North Pennines, the Furness Peninsula, and part of the Yorkshire Dales.
Silloth is situated in Western Lakeland which is a land of vivid and exciting contrasts, lying between the mountains and the sea. The Cumbrian coastal towns are all within minutes of complete peace and tranquility.
There are four main valleys, each with their own distinct character, leading from the coast into the heart of the Lake District: Ennerdale, Eskdale, Wasdale and Dunnerdale. Wasdale is the home of England's highest mountain Scafell Pike (3206 ft) and the deepest lake – Wastwater which is situated 44 miles south of Silloth
Silloth is a town with a population of around 3000, nestling on the shores of the Solway Firth, facing the hills of Southern Galloway and backed by the Lake District Fells. Silloth is noted for its invigorating but mild climate, its leisurely peaceful atmosphere and perhaps, most of all, its glorious sea views and wonderful sunsets over the water. These are considered fine enough to be recorded for posterity by Turner, the famous landscape artist. The town centre is made particularly attractive by thirty six acres of grassy, open space, known simply as 'The Green'.
The town was inspired by Carlisle businessmen as a railhead and port in the 1850’s. The Railway Company helped to develop the town and The Grey House is built on land originally owned by the railway and has been here since 1906.
The town remains unspoiled and has wide elegant tree lined streets, spacious sea front green and magnificent promenade stretching towards Skinburness which is an excellent walk.
Thousands of servicemen came to know it in World War II through the building nearby of a major aerodrome which now holds industrial firms and an impressive weekly market and car boot sale.
There are lots of events through the year both locally and wider afield.
A useful website to visit is www.visitcumbria.com or www.golakes.co.uk
Information on things to do is available in the annexe but many of our guests take the opportunity to relax and re-charge their batteries with walks on the promenade and time to watch the sun go down over Criffel Mountain in Scotland.
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7 Apr 2013
"lost for words"
Well what can we say wonderful place house is extreamly clean and tidy home from home I feel the house has everything you need right down to tennis rackets. you couldnt need another thing we had a fab warm welcome from the owners the house is situated right on the sea front perfect if your bringing your dog my poppy loved it. There is no doubt in our minds we will be back have already recommended it to family. :-) thank you very much to the family for such a great weekend hope to be back soon. Love claire michael and poppy
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