Middlefield Cottage | Coniston Water

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Pet friendly property
  • Number of pets: 2
  • Countryside view
  • Log fire
  • Wi-fi
  • Pub within 1 mile
  • Public transport within 1 mile

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Towards the tip of Coniston Water, in the peaceful hamlet of Blawith, just south of Coniston, lies a charming cottage with historic links. Built in 1850 and originally a coach house for the large country house nearby. Middlefield Cottage has been carefully converted, retaining many of the original features.

Perfectly positioned, Middlefield Cottage is perfect for those looking for peace and tranquillity. The cottage enjoys delightful views across the unspoilt Crake Valley and up towards the Coniston Fells. 

Lake District hot spots such as Coniston, Hawkshead and Ambleside are just a short drive away whilst the market town of Ulverston and its many amenities is also worth a visit.

The east side of Coniston Water is easily accessible and offers many hidden spots to picnic on the lake shore, launch a canoe or just simply watch the world pass by.

In essence Middlefield Cottage makes a fantastic base for couples, friends and families looking to explore the local area.

Ground floor
Entrance Hall with plenty of space to kick off boots and jackets, there is also a conveniently placed toilet just off the hall.

The cosy sitting room enjoys multi fuel stove, HD TV with Free Sat HDR+ & DVD/VCR combi. This comfortable room is the perfect place to relax in after a day exploring. The sitting room also enjoys views to the garden & glimpses of the Coniston fells in the distance.

On the opposite side of the main hall is the light, bright and well-appointed dining kitchen with large dual fuel range cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, washer/dryer & radio/CD player. The perfect place to cook up a storm.

Second Floor
The pine stairway leads up towards a galleried landing and two comfortable en suite bedrooms.

Bedroom 1 - double 4-poster bed, TV-DVD combi & en-suite shower room with WC and underfloor heating.
Bedroom 2 - double bed, single bed, TV-DVD combi & en-suite bathroom with shower over, WC and underfloor heating.

Beautiful open cottage garden with lawn & garden furniture. A great place to spend a lazy summers day or evening.

Shared driveway, parking for 3 cars.

Facilities included
Gas fired central heating, electricity, bed linen, initial logs for the fire, Wi-Fi, towels.

Available to hire
Travel cot & high chair.

Public Transport 100 yards
Pub 1 mile
Shop 3-6 miles

Cottage Postcode
LA12 8EG

Accessibility Guide

Local Activities
A fantastic playground for families and outdoor enthusiasts, the Crake Valley has it all. Beacon Tarn, near Water Yeat offers explorers the chance walk and picnic or even take a quick dip. Cyclists of all abilities will revel in the trails and bridle ways that snake their way across the valley including the top rated Blawith Loop. Access to Grizedale Forest, which caters for a wide range of abilities including the famous North Face.

The Coniston Launch has various sailings to the south of the Lake, some giving interesting commentaries about the legendary Donald Campbell who raced his boat "Bluebird," on these waters, and also about the "Swallows and Amazons" adventures. The Launch stops at the Torver Jetty, also at the Lake Bank Jetty at Water Yeat, and Water Park at Nibthwaite and at the Parkamoor Jetty.

The X12 bus travels west of the Lake for those who would enjoy a car free day. However for drivers there is plenty of easy, and mostly free places to park near the Lake on both the south western and eastern shores, where there are many quiet shingle bays from which to enjoy the water. You can launch canoes and small boats, go paddle boarding or wind-boarding, Swim, or just relax in the clean, fresh air and admire the stunning views of the high fells.

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About The Crake Valley, Coniston Water

The idyllic Crake Valley to the south of Coniston, offers visitors solitude and tranquillity away from the buzz of the ever popular Lake District hotspots. The area was very much beloved by children’s author Arthur Ransome, and many outstanding features of the valley can be found within his classic “Swallows & Amazons”.

Customer Comments

Great stay, great weather, great location. Thank you!
C.F June 2017

Easy to find, perfect location, ideal for families & well equipped. Many thanks.
G.F May 2017

Lovely stay here, weather great, long walk up the Old Man of Coniston, walk in Grizedale Forest. Would recommend to others.
J.F April 2017

A very good location, beautiful and lots to do in the area. The cottage is well presented and quite clearly has been recently decorated which was great. Very clean & the kitchen is very well equipped. We were very comfortable during our weeks stay. The beds were comfortable and the bathrooms were very good.
W.F March 2017

Beautiful location, quiet, peaceful, very well equipped cottage, clean and warm. Great quality.
C.F Feb 2016

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