- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
Sea View is a mid-terrace, three-storey cottage, situated close to the main high street in the tiny village of Greenodd.
With enough accommodation to sleep up to five people in two bedrooms, this property features exposed beams, a snug sitting area and a well facilitated kitchen. To the rear of the property is a grassy garden with a patio; perfect for a spot of al fresco dining in the warm summer evenings. There is parking for up to two cars, although the local pub and shops are only a short walk away. An excellent holiday base, for friends and family alike.
Two bedrooms: Second floor: 1 x family room with single and double beds, 1 x twin. First floor bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Separate first floor shower cubicle. Ground floor fitted kitchen with separate dining room. First floor sitting room with electric fire.
Gas central heating with electric fire in sitting room. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, TV, DVD player, CD player etc. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair available on request. Roadside parking for 2 cars. Lawned garden with patio area and garden furniture. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pubs 1 min walk.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute
About the location
Ulverston 4 miles; Coniston 11 miles.
Impressive mountains, open fells and clear-water lakes, the Lake District has it all. From walking in the mountains to exhilarating watersports or just a gentle cruise on a steam-powered yacht, Cumbria is the perfect holiday destination.
Resting on the estuary of Carmel Sands within the Crake Valley is the small village of Greenodd. Set on the borders of the Lake District National Park, this 18th Century town was once a thriving shipbuilding centre and a significant commercial port, exporting locally quarried limestone, gunpowder and copper. Today, Greenodd is a quiet residential town that maintains much of its charm and contains a good selection of shops and a local pub, The Ship, which provides a visible link to the village's history. Just three miles away is the ancient market town of Ulverston, which is famous for its street markets and festivals as well as boasting a wide range of shops, pubs and leisure facilities. It is also home to the only Laurel and Hardy museum in the world and is the birthplace of Stan Laurel. The stunning National Park is within easy reach, as are the towns of Coniston, Windermere and the beautiful Furness Coast with its golden beaches and good birdwatching opportunities.