NOW with wifi (although not super fast)! Blea Brows enjoys a fantastic secluded setting in Arthur Ransome's Swallows and Amazons country! It is a fabulous cottage for couples, families or group holidays, and a safe location for children and pets as it is set in the gro …see more
We had a great family holiday!
We have been going to the Lake District for many years however for the last couple of years we have been to the west coast Scotland so we were concerned whether the Lak… More
Wow! What a fabulous review. Thank you so much for your helpful comments. We really value the extra information you've given us about the Tesco delivery and BT Hotspots (not something that I know anything about!) and we'll definitely add that to the details. So pleased your holiday was a success. We'd love to see you there again. 10% off for returners! All the best, Phil and Kate.
Reviewed 30 Jun 2013
We arrived in a steady June rain to find a lovely cosy cottage, complete with a wood pile that we put to good use (first night only, the weather cheered up thankfully). The cottage was very clean and … More
Thanks for your kind (and generous) comments. We're very pleased that a) it was cosy with the fire (we agree ... it's always nice to have a fire!) and b) that the weather cheered up in the end! Phil and Kate Okeden
Reviewed 11 Mar 2013
Stayed 3 nights at this lovely little hideaway. Just outside Coniston although on the shores of the lake Coniston, this cottage is nestled amongs woodland down a short gravel track. The cottage has … More
Wow! What a lovely review. Thank you so much for being so kind. We're really pleased that you enjoyed your stay. It sounds like you did a lot of exploring! There is certainly a lot to see and do in the locality and we're delighted that you enjoyed it as much as we do! Thanks again, Phil and Kate.
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