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Low Water End - Lake Cottage Cottage

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 6 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Description from owner

Description

Low Water End is a property with two self catering holiday cottages at the southern tip of Coniston Water. Lake Cottage sleeps 6 and Old Cottage (5460760) which sleeps 8It is hidden away in the heart of Arthur Ransome country with enough grounds for children to play all day, with lake frontage, boats, a slipway and not a computer game, TV or video in sight.The kitchen and dining area in Lake Cottage is open plan. There is a woodburning stove and a full utility room. The three bedrooms have zip-link beds so can be doubles on request. The cottage has ample parking and is very private and secluded. It shares the grounds and the lake access with one other cottage - close enough to share a holiday if required but private enough to not disturb each other.Please note - the boat shown in the the photographs was a dinghy brought to the cottage by a guest and is not available for use. The property has its own slipway so you can bring a boat providing you do not need a vehicle to launch it. They

Low Water End is a property with two self catering holiday cottages at the southern tip of Coniston Water. Lake Cottage sleeps 6 and Old Cottage (5460760) which sleeps 8It is hidden away in the heart of Arthur Ransome country with enough grounds for children to play all day, with lake frontage, boats, a slipway and not a computer game, TV or video in sight.The kitchen and dining area in Lake Cottage is open plan. There is a woodburning stove and a full utility room. The three bedrooms have zip-link beds so can be doubles on request. The cottage has ample parking and is very private and secluded. It shares the grounds and the lake access with one other cottage - close enough to share a holiday if required but private enough to not disturb each other.Please note - the boat shown in the the photographs was a dinghy brought to the cottage by a guest and is not available for use. The property has its own slipway so you can bring a boat providing you do not need a vehicle to launch it. They can be pushed by hand down to the lake.There are a couple of sailing boats which are available to those who know how to sail however they are quite old and tired.

Further details

It will be necessary to take a damage deposit of £100 for each property which will be refunded once satisfactory inventory checks have been completed after your stay

Low Water End is currently for sale by the present owners however we are taking bookings up to 12 months ahead. In the unlikely event of a quick sale - all deposits will be refunded in full.

Sorry but dogs are no longer allowed at Low Water End.

Further details outdoors

Coniston Water is a peaceful lake. Readers of 'Swallows and Amazons' will recognise many of the settings in the story: the secret harbour on 'Wild Cat' island, 'Octopus' lagoon and so on.A path leads through woodland down to the lake where there is a small slipway, a floating jetty and a boathouse, housing up to three boats with more craft and canoes stored in the dry boat store adjacent to Lake Cottage.There is a bench and plenty of room for picnics and barbecues.The boats in the boathouse at Low Water End are available to all guests, as are the canoes in the dry boat store.

Location description from owner

The Duddon Valley region

We have a list of things to do and places to visit that we can provide on request.

Coniston

There are three well known pubs a drive away - The Drunken Duck (and its sister cafe 'Chesters by the river' at Skelwith Bridge - famous for its large scones!), The Three Shires and The Britannia Inn at Elternwater. Coniston also has a fine selection of pubs for you to tick off your list . Coniston hosts walking and water festivals each year. During the summer months there are many local 'shows' in the immediate area with sheepdog trials, lakeland sports etc. Coniston is also famous and the home of John Ruskin called 'Brantwood' is a must see. If you take a trip on Coniston lake the steam boat Gondola can drop you off and pick you up or the Coniston Launch! The lake was also used by Donald Campbell in his water speed attempts (visit the museum in Coniston) and is still used in October each year for water speed record attempts. Swallows and Amazons fans trek to Wild Cat Island (or Peel Island as it is called on the 'native' maps) and Low Water End is the perfect base for budding Amazon Pirates or Swallow Explorers!The area is renowned not just for its stunning scenery but also for its fell walking, rock climbing and mountain biking. There is the North Face mountain bike trail in Grizedale Forest along with Go Ape (a high ropes course) and an art trail. For road cyclists there is the Fred Whitton Challenge. A 112 mile road race in May which takes riders over all the major lakeland passes - Wrynose, Hardknott, Kirkstone and Whinlatter!!

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Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 24 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car essential
  • No pets allowed

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Double Bed, 4 Single Beds
  • 1 Family bathroom, 1 En suite

Amenities

  • Shared garden
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Boat available
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Table tennis
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • High chair available
  • Telephone
  • Linen provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:15:00, Check out time:10:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
No smoking at this property
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About the owner

Pippa W
Response rate:
75%
Calendar updated:
26 Aug 2016
Years listed:
3
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Cottage has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 23 Oct 2012. Located in Coniston, it has 13 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £510 to £1320.

The Owner has a response rate of 75% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 26 Aug 2016.

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“Your own slice of Coniston”

Reviewed 2 Oct 2014

A lovely spot, right next to the lake. Beautiful for the early mornings and sunny afternoons. The house was spotlessly clean, spacious and very comfortable. The directions were easy to follow, which was good because this house is tucked well away from the road. Would definitely return.

Thank you so much for taking the trouble to leave a review of your stay and I am so glad to hear that everything was ok for you. We would certainly love to have you to stay again.

“Lovely spot away from it all...nice to get out on the lake without travelling”

Reviewed 5 Jan 2013

we were very pleased with the house and location, all though we did struggle with getting enough hot water to bath the kids! worth just asking owner before go as we must have been doing something wrong! nice not to have a tv or phone reception so we really were away from it all! recommended, though you will need your wellies!!

“A haven of tranquility, offering an escape from the pressures of modern living.”

Reviewed 5 Nov 2012

On first arrival at this secluded property, holidaymakers will be totally unprepared for the unique experience before them. The location is idyllic. Situated on the side of Coniston Water, Lake Cottage offers excellent accommodation for a holiday in the Lake District. The owners have provided everything needed to ensure a very comfortable stay. As well as offering a good base for walking, an added bonus is the use of the owner's boats. If you want a holiday to get away from it all, this is the place to stay. None of the distractions of the internet, mobile phones or T.V. Absolute bliss! Having stayed here at varying times of the year, we have always enjoyed and appreciated the opportunity so much so, that we would never hesitate to return.

Thank you very much indeed for taking the time to review our property. We are so glad you love it as much as we do and look forward to welcoming you there again.

“Plenty to do, whatever the weather”

Reviewed 4 Nov 2012

We've stayed at Low Water End on many occassions, and have thoroughly enjoyed every visit. You can't ever tire of the tranquil setting and the fabulous views over the Lake. Come rain, or shine, we've been known to mess make use of the boats in the boathouse and make our way to Wild Cat Island, as written about by Arthur Ransome in Swallows and Amazons, either in a boat, or swimming in the lake. The property itself is very modern, well furnished and very well equipped. Being open plan, it lends itself to being a very sociable holiday home. Those cooking dinner don't miss out on what those in the lounge area, relaxing in front of the log burner, are getting up to. Low Water End comes with plenty of games, books and jigsaws, so there's plenty to keep you occupied in the evenings and the kids don't bat an eyelid at the fact that there is no television - yes they really can survive without it and the fact that they love to return to LWE is proof! The bedrooms are all of a very good size and the beds are very comfortable. We've visited with friends, before we had children, and have returned with the kids and there is always plenty to see and do, away from the cottage, from climbing up the Old Man of Coniston (which can be seen from the Jetty), visiting honistor slate mine and then there is a must for all train lovers - Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, to name but a few of the places we've visited. We also never fail to head home without a few boxes of Coniston fudge.

Thank you so much for your lovely review. You are right, it is a wonderful haven for children and they do revert to actually 'being children' at Low Water End. We look forward to your next visit!

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