Twenty Queen Street
from £118 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £118 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Townhouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Townhouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Twenty Queen Street is a 5 star (Visit Britain) family-friendly townhouse perfect for exploring the Southern Lakes and Morecambe Bay.
It's a large house with two receptions - a Library Lounge with huge comfy sofa, widescreen TV and games, and a grown-up drawing room with armchairs, cosy fire and honesty bar. Finnish sauna for 5.
We provide pampering touches such as fresh flowers, robes, welcome pack and concierge service.
We've also had lots of lovely press coverage including The Guardian, The Independent and Country Homes and
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Morecambe Bay 3 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||50 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Blackpool 113 km, Nearest railway: Ulverston 300 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Sauna, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Cumbria region
The Lake District National Park is the largest in the UK, with the highest mountain - Scafell Pike and 12 lakes.
We're a 15 minute drive to Lake Windermere and Coniston Water.
Apart from walking and hiking, there are plenty other attractions : South Lakes Animal Zoo, the Lakeside Aquarium, Go-Ape Adventure in Grizedale Forest, the Haverthwaite Steam Railway as well of course as sailing, rowing and other water sports.
Ulverston is a bustling old market town well-known for it's cobbled streets, cosy country pubs, the Laurel and Hardy Museum (Stan's birthplace) and it's Thursday and Saturday markets. It's a festival town, with lots of interesting events - egg rolling at Easter, a dragon chase on St.George's Day, Ulverston Carnival(July), an evening lantern procession in the Autumn(mid-September), Flag Fortnight and a grand Dickensian Christmas wk-end (last wk-end of Nov).It is also the start or finish of the famous "Cumbrian Way".
Spectacular Morecambe Bay is minutes away with miles of isolated coast and beach trekking. Piel Island(which has it's very own King) is nearby after a short ferry and from here you can charter boats for seal watching.
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12 Nov 2012
"Beautiful Town House with Immaculate Service...and a sauna!"
The owner, Lesley, is clearly very proud of her home and very keen to ensure her guests receive the highest level of service and attention possible, she certainly achieves these high levels.
The property is well positioned in the centre of Ulverston and provides an excellent base to explore the towns many pubs and restaurants. Set over 4 floors, the house had ample space for our large party (4 adults, a 3 year old and 5month old baby), and is a wistful collection of rooms that are packed with character.
The library room on the ground floor is comprehensive in its reading list and comfort, whilst the kitchen and conservatory would of provided the ideal venue to peruse the weekend papers over a brew and breakfast (if only those children didnt need entertaining!).
The first floor has a well appointed double bedroom, and an intriguing sitting room filled with exquisite furniture and a slightly decadent honesty bar (if we hadnt of brought our own drinks we'd have had no complaints tucking into the generous liquors and beers on offer).
The top floor has a lovely single bedroom, ideal for a little person, our daughter found it a perfect place to play and rest her head. The top bedroom has a spacious wardrobe and a deliciously soft rug. I couldnt get comfy in the bed though which was not forgiving after a day of exploring the lakes.
The cellar is for me, the highlight of the property. It is home to a wonderful sauna and relaxation area, complete with rainforest style shower. I followed Lesley's written instructions for a relaxing sauna session (including ice cold showers!) and i must say it was reinvigorating in the extreme.
My minor disappointment is one that the owner couldnt really have done much about. Throughout the Saturday night, a large number of rowdy pub-goers spent most of the evening having loud and aggressive rows on the street directly outside the house. I suppose this is the risk with having a house so well positioned near the centre of town, but it did sour the relaxing atmosphere that is created when you step into the property.
Overall, a lovely property that I would both recommend and book again, where good service and attention to detail are guaranteed.
22 Oct 2012
"Lovely accommodation - lovely town - great for the lakes"
We really enjoyed our stay at 20 Queen Street. Probably helped by the excellent weather for the time of year. The Farmers pub (a stroll towards the market square) did really good food and was very family friendly. The owners have gone the extra mile to make you feel special. Would recommend to everyone wanting to go to the lakes.
15 Sep 2012
"Great sauna, comfortable beds - great after a day walking the lakes"
This is a lovely house in an ideal location for exploring the Lakes. The town of Ulverston has plenty to offer in terms of shops, pubs, restaurants and even local walks.
The kitchen is well equipped - the conservatory the ideal place for reading the papers on a Sunday morning with a coffee from the Gaggia.
The sauna is a welcome treat especially after a day walking the lakes. The bathroom is a good size and the large bath allows for a good long soak - the separate shower cubicle has a great rain fall shower.
With 4 adults staying - there was plenty of space for us all.
Parking proved to be very easy - we always found a spot for our 2 cars and using the parking permits supplied.
We really enjoyed out stay at TQS!
2 Jul 2012
"A Chelsea home close to the Lake Distric"
We went to visit the Lake District but opeted to rent a family house rather than three hotel rooms.
This house is amazing, very comfortable and central and superbly refurbished, with modern kitchen and bathroom.
The small town is very charming and conviently close to the Lake District.
The Sauna has been tested at high temperature and approved by a Finnish person in our group.
The visitor's parking permits and the welcome basket for breakfast were a very nice touch.
5 Apr 2012
"Stunning property, great location, would recommend to everyone"
Just got home from 20 Queen St, I stayed 4 nights with my son (15) and daughter (11), we had a fabulous time, the house is stunning, it has a great relaxing vibe, and the comfiest holiday place we have ever stayed anywhere, and the most well equipped, spread over 4 floors and screams quality! the first thing my daughter said is can we live here! My son hooked up is ps3 and away he went. Ulverston has it's charms too and is located close to most of what the Lakes has to offer. If you are planning a Lakes trip, you can't go wrong here, book it now!
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