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House / 11 bedrooms / sleeps 24 Home 206145
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House / 11 bedrooms / sleeps 24
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Sleeping 24 this house has magnificent views over Morecambe Bay. Ideal for several families holidaying together or a large group of friends or walkers wanting to see the Lake District and surrounding areas.
One of the best sunset views in the world are in winter over the bay when the tide has been out long enough for some of the sand to dry. On a clear day, half an hour before sunset is the time to crack open a bottle of wine and just watch the amazing sight.
Silverdale is located on the north of Morecambe Bay on the border of Cumbria and Lancashire in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house is surrounded by ancient woodland and is perfectly situated as a base for countryside walks and to explore the southern Lakes. The garden extends to just over an acre with BBQ and sit out areas to enjoy the views, large lawn areas and patches of woodland. The garden has a large charcoal BBQ situated in a all weather area and a smaller charcoal burner nearer the front of the house.
The house has an open plan kitchen and dinning area, perfect for entertaining large groups of people. Large living room with fireplace, plasma TV and full subscription Sky HD. The upstairs living room adjoins the games room equipped with a full sized pool table,air hockey table and dart board.
All double rooms are rather spacious, six are en suite whilst the others are next to family bathrooms. All bathrooms are newly fitted in mordern designs. The house has many luxurious features including jacuzzis and 2 electronic steam showers. Broadband Wi-Fi throughout the property. Utility room with washing machine and dryer. Study room with a accessible and fast computer. All gas/electric, basic essentials and bed linen included. Sky TV- including sports & movie channels. Ample private parking .Cots and high chairs available (cot sheet and blanket are not included). Last minute discounts available. If you book 2 weekend nights you can stay Sunday night for free
|Size||Sleeps up to 24, 11 bedrooms|
|Rooms||11 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 6 En suites, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Silverdale beach|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||1.5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester Airport 160 km, Nearest railway: Silverdale 3 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Games room, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Double beds (6), Single beds (10), Bunk Beds (1), Cots (2), Dining seats for 20, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
* Lounge with magnificent ornate carved fireplace with open fire and bay window providing superb views to Morecambe Bay.
* Sitting room/study with dining table, piano, desk with computer and Wi-Fi connection.
* Study with desk, leather swivel chair and patio doors to the rear garden.
* Dining/kitchen with oak dining table and 10 carved chairs, breakfast bar and kitchen equipped with a double electric oven and hob, two dishwashers and combination microwave.
* Utility room with fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board, iron and WC.
* Double bedroom with en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC.
* Master double bedroom suite with doors to the conservatory and en-suite shower room, hand basin and WC. Conservatory with views over the garden to Morecambe Bay and Humphrey Head. Conservatory equipped with jacuzzi.
* Double bedroom with double size bed with access to a family bathroom.
* Double bedroom with leather bed. Shower room with hand basin, bidet and WC.
* Room with bunk beds, hand basin with access to a family bathroom.
* Master double bedroom with patio doors to the balcony providing superb panoramic view over Silverdale to Morecambe Bay and Humphrey Head and en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC.
* Double bedroom with super king size bed and en-suite shower room with massage shower, hand basin, bidet, WC and archway to double Spa bath with view of the bay.
* Double bedroom with en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC.
* Bedroom with two single beds with access too the family bathroom.
* Sitting/games room with plasma TV, DVD player, pool table, darts board and superb views to Morecambe Bay and Humphrey Head stairs to the attic.
* Two attic bedrooms (each with 3 single beds) with sloping ceiling ideally suited to children (access to the family bathroom).
Travel cots available.
|Further details outdoors|
Large garden extending to over an acre with a large lawn areas and patches of woodland. Plenty of parking spaces
The price includes bed linen and basic essentials. Towels are not included. Last minute discounts available.
The Lake District
A predominantly rural county, Cumbria is considered one of the most beautiful regions of the UK and includes the whole of the Lake District, also known as The Lakes or Lakeland, the Eden Valley, the North Pennines, the Furness Peninsula, and part of the Yorkshire Dales
This extraordinary place is famous for its amazing wildlife, stunning scenery, and superb walks. From the simple beauty of the lady's-slipper orchid to the shining sands of Morecambe Bay, the area is simply awe-inspiring - full of natural spectacles and a surprise around every corner.
The historic villages of Arnside and Silverdale sit snugly on the coastline of Morecambe Bay in a spot that’s been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty thanks to its rich diversity of habitats and wildlife. Its deciduous woodlands, limestone grasslands and coastal salt marshes are enclosed by low limestone hills creating a perfect environment for rare butterflies and marshland birds. You can discover the rich birdlife on a visit to Leighton Moss RSPB in Silverdale, where the largest reed bed in the north-west attracts more than 100 species of bird, including breeding bitterns, bearded tits and marsh harriers. Spring is the best time of year to spot colourful butterflies flitting along the reserve trails. There’s a shop and cosy tea room serving delicious slabs of cake and home-cooked meals where you can warm up afterwards
There are many nearby attractions including:
Leighton Moss Bird Reserve (1mile)
Leighton Moss RSPB Bird Reserve is of interest to all, not just bird lovers.
There is a visitor centre and cafe.
Silverdale Golf Club’s 18 hole course
Silverdale Art Trail
Each year, during the last weekend in June, local artists contribute to an 'Art Trail' event throughout the village.
This popular and well supported event has a wide variety of exhibits and demonstrations to interest everyone.
2012 June 29 - July 1. Friday (5pm - 8pm) [Silverdale Art Group Gaskell Hall exhibition opens at 10am], Saturday (11am - 5pm), Sunday (11am - 5pm).
Leighton Hall (1 mile)
Leighton Hall is the beautiful, historic home of the Gillow family, and if the house and contents do not interest you then the display of the birds of prey is bound to impress. Open from May to September.
Wolfhouse Gallery Lindeth Road, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0TX
Gallery & Café open 10am - 5pm, closed Tuesday
Tel: 01524 701 405
Arnside (2 miles)
About 1½ hours before high tide, there is the possibility to see a 'bore'. Highly unpredictable in timing and size, it is probably at its most obvious during the spring tides. The promenade at Arnside and nearby Sandside are popular venues for sea anglers, catching mainly flounders.
Carnforth (3½ miles)
Carnforth Station Visitor Centre is only a short drive away. The station is famous for scenes in the film "Brief Encounter", and volunteers have renovated rooms in the station back to a high standard. During the summer the occasional, but very popular, 'steam train' days are held.
The Carnforth Bookshop
Established in 1977 this is a large independant bookshop. The ground floor contains an extensive selection of new books and maps. With two floors, 14 rooms and over 100,000 books, the Second Hand Department is a veritable Aladin's cave with more subjects than you can imagine, as well as prints and sheet music.
Kirkby Lonsdale (8½ miles)
Kirkby Lonsdale is an unspoilt little market town about six miles east, the area being made famous by the landscapes of the painter Turner. Lovely walks by the river - pause at 'Ruskin's View', shops, pubs and cafes. Market day is Thursday.
Devil's Bridge Kirkby Lonsdale
Crossing the Lune on the outskirts of the town. Built around 1370. Popular both with tourists and locals.
Harley Davidson enthusiasts meet at Devil's Bridge most Sundays.
Lancaster (10 miles)
Lancaster, about ten miles south, is full of historical sights, don't miss a tour around the castle, visit the cathedral and museum. Learn about the local surgeon who wrapped up his victim's remains in the Lancashire Evening Post!
Kendal (10 miles)
Kendal is another attractive market town about ten miles north and of course not much further on you are in the heart of the Lake District, all within half an hour's drive from Yealand Redmayne.
LOCAL PLACES TO EAT AND DRINK
Yealand Conyers (½ mile)
The New Inn 40 Yealand Road, Yealand Conyers, Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 9SJ
Tel: 01524 732938
Offer a wide range of home cooked fayre that caters for all in either the bar or separate restaurant.
Food served 12noon - 9:30pm daily.
Silverdale Hotel Shore Road, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0TP
Good pub meals.
Tel: 01524 701 206
Fax: 01524 702 258
Cinnamon Spice 16A Emesgate Lane, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0RA
Indian restaurant and take-away, open 5.30pm to 11.00pm, 7 days a week.
Tel: 01524 702 117
Silverdale Golf Club Redbridge Lane, Silverdale, Carnforth LA5 0SP
Non-members are welcome to use the dining facilities in the clubhouse.
Open Tuesdays to Sundays 11.30am to 8.30pm including Sunday roasts (booking preferable) from 1pm to 7.30pm.
Tel: 01524 702 074 Fax: 01524 701 986
The house is a 10min walk from the woodlands pub (Best British pub award 2009)
Woodlands Hotel Woodlands Drive, Silverdale, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA5 0RU
Jane & Dave offer a friendly welcome.
Real Ale always available in the bar.
Look out for the Beer Festival in October every year.
Tel: 0871 951 1000
Beetham (3 miles)
The Wheatsheaf - The Wheatsheaf at Beetham, Near Milnthorpe, Cumbria LA7 7AL
Family run local pub with good food.
Tel: +44 (0)15395 62123 - Fax: +44 (0)15395 64840
Arnside (1 mile)
The Heron Cafe 3, The Promenade, Arnside, LA5 0HF
Tel: 01524 762 482
Great food in a friendly atmosphere with superb views.
Good value meals include a 3 course special menu.
Take your own wine, if you want to.
Arnside Chip Shop 1, The Promenade, Arnside, LA5 0HF
Voted best "chippy" by Lakeland Radio in 2008.
Tel: 01524 761 874
URL: www.arnsidechipshop.co.uk Watch the live WebCam!
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29 Jan 2013
"Beautiful house, beautiful area, friendly and helpful owners."
I stayed here with 19 other guests in January and loved the place! The house is amazing! The games room was a hit, as were the jacuzzi's and piano room. The house is very spacious and clean and we had nothing we could fault at all! The area is gorgeous! We had a beautifUl walk on the Saturday ending up at The New Inn. The owners were very helpful answering all our questions and returning a left toy and deposit quickly! I cAnt wait to come back in the summer and would recommend to anyone!
24 Dec 2012
"What a find! Brilliant house"
Bay view is exactly what it says , the views were stunning, the house was fantastic have been going away with my family for years ,this is the best house yet! Loads of room for kids , plenty of space in kitchen to eat. Safety deposit refunded very quick. Can't find a bad thing to say about bay view!!
31 Oct 2012
"Nearly a fantastic place but needing TLC"
Fantastic location for a large family group to get together, the location and views are stunning, but in October it was going to be risky and it was wet for most of the time. The local facilities are very good but again in October things are starting to shut down or reduce their hours. The house itself is good, the parking is good and the facilities should be good, but there were some serious maintenance issues which should have been sorted before the place was let to such a large group. I think the owners son has been left in charge while he is living abroad and although very pleasant he is not a handyman.
There were serious problems that weren't noticed before the booking. The problems were solved but not in good time or before the end of the booking. We are now subscribed to a British Gas home care maintenance package for a much better response to any possible maintenance problems that might arise. We are absolutely determined to provide a consistently excellent standard of service
20 Oct 2012
"Great place...we will be back"
Really eccentric house with lots of space and bedrooms! Views are spectacular as is the nearby area. Great place for a peaceful retreat or a large party. Easy contact with manager and deposit quickly refunded. Odd lights and DVD not working but nothing to detract from a fab house in a fab location.
8 Oct 2012
"Perfect Location for Team Building"
A group of 12 work colleagues stayed at the house for a Team Building event in the Lake District. We deceided on a house rather than staying at hotels as it not only allowed us to be together as a group in the evenings but it also worked out at a fraction of the cost of 12 rooms in a hotel for 2 nights. The house itself has many large rooms and whilst there was 12 of us in there, it never seemed cramped or crowded. We could all easily sit in the lounge, but also the upstairs pool room with TV and Sofas was great to get together in the evenings, with amazing views over Morecambe Bay. In addition there were several areas where people who needed to work quietly could do so, without being disturbed by the bigger group. Ross Accomodation were also very flexible with us for arrival and departure times to fit in with peoples early arrivals, but also for us to have a meeting on the last day before we left. With broadband Internet and the Huge dining table, we were as effective as any meeting room in the office! The bedroom accomodation was also excellent, once we found all the rooms tucked around the house. Many of the rooms were ensuite, with steam showers and Jacuzzi baths around the house as well. Outside the gardens were huge with covered areas for the Bar B Que, and also a Table tennis table and a trampoline! We cooked outside both nights we were there even though it was late September, the covered areas giving good shelter. The neighbours were far enough away thet you would not disturb them talking in the garden. Overall an excellent environment for the event, we shall definitely be recommending it to other colleagues to do the same.
30 Jul 2012
I spent the weekend here with a group of 20 work friends. We spent the evenings having BBQs in the outdoor seating area enjoying the amazing views, and the days walking down to the beach and the local pub. The house is stunning - the pictures simply don't do it justice. It took us a while to find all of the rooms! The house is equipped with everying you need (including jacuzzis and a pool table), and the large living room and kitchen meant it was perfect for socialising in the evenings. I would recommend this to anyone looking to organise a get away with a large group of friends or colleagues.
27 May 2012
WOW What an amazing house. Everyone in our party had a wonderful time,from our youngest grandson age 20 to grandad who's 70th birthday we were celebrating. The younger ones had a great time in the Jacuzzis and the games room. Its such a serene and peaceful area,lovely walks beautiful views across the bay.We had an excellent family meal at the Golf Club. Evenings spent with a few drinks sat in front of a log fire playing family games. WHAT COULD BE BETTER The Burton family . We'll be back
13 Apr 2012
Bay View is exactly what it says; we often sat in groups, or individually, gazing at the spectacular view of Morecambe Bay. The house was characterful, comfortable and met the needs of a large and age diverse family group. We found the managing agent always available and helpful. The surrounding area is beautiful and interesting; Silverdale is an attractive village with an interesting local pub.
8 Mar 2012
"Fantastic, simply put!"
I booked this accomodation for my brothers stag do in March 2012. The photos on the website, in my view, does not do it justice. The house is huge, stunning. I filmed the arrival and a "tour" of the house and I managed to miss out rooms becasue it was simply that big! it seemed to be everywhere you turned there was another bedroom, most with en suite bathrooms/showers/toliets and sometimes a Jacuzzi! Two living rooms with Sky + HD! The views across the bay again simply breathtaking. The walks seemed incredible, yet we didnt go on any except for a stroll to the Woodlands Pub - pub of the year i understand. Its not a lavish pub but a beautiful mansion converted, in part, to a pub. Its very much a locals pub, but the locals were very friendly and accomodating with our large group and the atomosphere was very friendly. I lost count of the real ales they had there as they seemed to be on rotation. I think on the Saturday afternoon we went through 5-6 different types of real ales, all very nice, pet friendly pub, with the landlord and lady having two dogs themselves who roam the pub and place themselves at your feet for a stroking!!! There is another pub near by, again walkable, but we didnt get to go there as we stayed rooted in the Woodlands. In the village (very much walkable - but we drove) is a small Co-op, but sufficient for us to buy items for a Sunday Roast and a Indian take away, who now know where the house is!!!! There are things to do in the area, we ended up clay pigeon shooting in the Saturday morning (20 min drive max) at Craptree Farm - again very friendly family run shoot. All in all our group of 19 were extreamely happy with the stay. Would i recommend it to someone? YES Will we be going back? and even bigger YES.
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