Silver Howe Cottage

Silver Howe Cottage

Silver Howe Cottage

Silver Howe Cottage

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Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Pet friendly property
Number of pets: 2

Mountain views
Log fire
Wi-fi
Pub within 50 yards
Reserved parking for 1 car
Public transport within 50 yards

 

New for December 2020!

Tucked away just a short stroll from the centre of Coniston Village, nestles the perfectly positioned Silver Howe Cottage.

Recently renovated to an exceptionally high standard, this picturesque, white-washed cottage offers spacious and stylish accommodation for couples, friends and small families alike to relax and explore the Lakes from a place of comfort and luxury.

With walks, mountains, pubs and the lake all within easy walking distance from your front door, you may find that your car can also enjoy its own well-earned holiday, in its reserved parking space to the rear of the cottage.

Those looking for the perfect base from which to explore the wonders of the Lake District National Park need look no further than the exceptional Silver Howe Cottage.

 

 

In the heart of the English Lake District lies the historical copper mining village of Coniston, perfectly positioned alongside the picturesque Coniston Water and underneath the majestic Coniston Fells of which Coniston Old Man, 2635ft, is the most famous. With the largest range of cottages in the area we are sure to help you find your perfect Coniston cottage.

Today the village is welcoming, warm and friendly. The two Victorian streets still house traditional shops such as the village butcher, grocer, bakery, newsagent, dairy, five pubs, several cafes and highly acclaimed restaurant (Steam Bistro), so there’s enough to keep you occupied during your time here.

Together with the surrounding picturesque hamlets, Coniston is an excellent centre for outdoor enthusiasts, with some superb climbing, walking, water sports, fishing and cycling to be had. For those who like to keep their feet firmly on the ground there’s The Ruskin Museum, which depicts the fascinating history of the area including the famous water speed record attempt of Donald Campbell and on the eastern shores of the lake lies Brantwood the Victorian home of philosopher John Ruskin, where regular events and art courses are held. Should you just wish to relax during your time here then the tremendous landscape of cascading waterfalls, streams, lakes and mountains should help you switch off from modern life. Delights such as Tarn Hows and Grizedale Forest are nearby and prove to be ever popular with visitors of all ages.

The lake remains a central focus of the village and a whole host of water sports can be enjoyed by day trippers. To this day passengers are still enjoying The National Trust’s Victorian steam yacht Gondola, which won Cumbria Tourism’s 2016 visitor attraction of the year award. The lake also holds historical significance, 50 years ago, Donald Campbell chose Coniston Water for his World Water Speed Record achievements in his jet boat Bluebird, reaching over 300mph. In honour of his amazing achievements a Speed Records Week is held every November.

Coniston enjoys the best of both worlds …..