Broughton in Furness Holiday Accommodation

Georgian buildings surrounding a cobbled town square, a set of medieval stocks, fish market slabs and an imposing commemorative obelisk sets the mood and nourishes the sense of history in this small self contained Lake District township. Broughton-in-Furness is without doubt one of Lakelands hidden gems standing close to the biolgically important sands and marshes of the Duddon Estuary, the peace and solitude of the Furness Fells, and the woodlands, tracks, wildlife and clear river waters of the beautiful Duddon Valley. Broughton's selection of eating places including an award winning restaurant, traditional pubs, shops, and the services of a High Street Bank, a post office, cash point and Tourist Information Centre are all to be conveniently found within a few minutes walk of each other. Holiday accommodation is a mix of pub accommodation, bed and breakfast, guest house, self catering holiday cottages and hotels which are shared between the town itself and the neighbouring hamlets of Broughton Mills, Ulpha and Seathwaite. For more Broughton-in-Furness information, including getting there, attractions, rail and bus services, walks, fishing, etc., plus a comprehensive calendar of Broughton events, shows, festivals and carnivals, visit our sister site www.wordsworthcountry.com

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Broughton Hotel Accommodation

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Broughton Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

The Manor Arms

Manor Arms

Manor Arms Bar

The Manor Arms is not really the place for a quick drink; like a good meal it needs to be digested at leisure in order to be fully appreciated. So having chosen your drink, maybe one of the seemingly numerous real ales or still ciders on offer, and perhaps decided on a hot or cold snack, begin then to look around the bar. Here you will see photographs and paintings, significantly by the local artists, Steve Whittle and Jane Rousseau, all emphasising and adding to the atmosphere of The Manor Arms.
It will become apparent too that this was a favourite pub of the author Richard Adams (“Watership Down”) and of course the entire area was and remains a haunt for artists, painters and writers alike.
You are in Wordsworth country now.
During the long summer days and evenings, drinks and snacks can be enjoyed outside The Manor Arms perhaps sitting round the obelisk just watching the world go by. The Manor Arms caters for present day requirements and has attractive en-suite guest rooms for your continued comfort, relaxation and total enjoyment.
A further attractive feature is that following a good night's sleep, a splendid Manor Arms breakfast is served in the comfort of your room!
Family owned and run since 1988, The Manor Arms draws groups from all over the UK, eager to sample the real ales on offer including local Cumbrian brews in addition to the permanently available Yates Bitter and Copper Dragon Ale.
With a prestigious star rating in the CAMRA Good Beer, Bed and Breakfast Guide, proud winners of the 2004 West Pennine Award and featured in the final 16 of the National Pub of The Year 2006 The Manor Arms proves to be irresistable for many!

Address: The Manor Arms. The Square, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria. LA20 6HY
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716286
Website: www.manorarmsthesquare.co.uk
Email: scott.varty@btinternet.com

Old Kings Head no smoking wifi

Old Kings Head

Old Kings Head bedroom

Old Kings Head bar area

The Old King's Head is a welcoming traditional family run pub and B&B with open fires, a bar,  a restaurant serving a menu of appetising home cooked food, snacks, and a comfortable bed for the night.

Cheerfully run by management team of John and Steph, The Old King's Head in Broughton-in- Furness is an ideal base from where guests can explore this area of Cumbria which has long been renowned for it's peace, natural beauty of land and seascapes, and a diverse range of wildlife habitats. Visitors will soon discover miles of walks, hikes and cycle rides to suit all abilities, and, we are not far from the lakes of Coniston and Windermere.

Returning from a day on the Furness Fells or exploring the nearby idyllic Duddon Valley, guests and day visitors can look forward to  relaxing at the Old King's Head with a pre-dinner drink chosen from a well stocked bar to be followed by a hearty meal.

The Old King's Head is one of the oldest buildings in Broughton-in-Furness with a recorded history of 300 years. We offer a mix of well appointed refurbished en-suite rooms and no matter if you are looking for a long term stay or just one of a single night or weekend, contact us for details of rooms available.

Non Smoking.
Three Double; One Twin; One Family.
All rooms en-suite.
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities and T.V.
Beer Garden during Summer Months.
Centrally Heated.
Log Fires on Colder Evenings.
Free Wi-Fi.
Walker and Cyclist Friendly.
Secure Cycle Storage.
Level Entrance to Bar and Restaurant.
Clothes Drying Area.
Close to Shops, Tourist Information Office and Open Countryside.
1 Mile from Foxfield Railway Station on the Cumbrian Coast Line

Address: The Old Kings Head, Church Street, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria. CA 20 6HA
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716293
Website: Coming soon.
Email: jarj@live.com

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Broughton Self Catering Cottages Accommodation

Coniston Country Cottages

Coniston Country Cottages Setting

Coniston Country Cottages Patio

Coniston Country Cottages Double Room

 

Coniston Country Cottages have 12 great value cottages and apartments in and around Coniston. Our self-catering properties range from cosy hideaways for couples to family cottages sleeping up to six.
  • All cottages rated 3 or 4 star by the AA.
  • Range of pet-friendly and pet-free cottages.
  • Superb rural or village locations.
  • Great base for activity holidays.
  • Variety of walks start straight from the doorstep.
  • Cottages with character.
  • High standard of cleanliness.
  • Prices include electricity, central-heating and bed linen.
  • Fully equipped kitchens. 
  • Discounts for single occupancy.
  • Special offers available.

 

Coniston village offers a good range of shops and pubs; learn more about Donald Campbell and Bluebird at The Ruskin Museum or take the Launch across Coniston Water to Brantwood, home of John Ruskin.

The Lake District villages of Ambleside and Windermere and Beatrix Potter’s house, Hilltop, are just a short drive away. 

Book online at www.conistoncottages.co.uk or call us now on 015394-41114.

Address: Coniston Country Cottages, Little Arrow, Coniston, Cumbria, LA21 8AU
Phone: +44 (0)15394 41114
Website: www.conistoncottages.co.uk/
Email: enquiry@conistoncottages.co.uk

South Lakes Holiday Cottages, Broughton and the Duddon Valley

Based in the Lake District National Park, South Lakes Holiday Cottages offers a selection of superb self-catering cottages either within the historic village of Broughton in Furness or in the picturesque Duddon valley. Sleeping between 2 and 4 guests, our well-equipped and comfortably furnished holiday rental homes are ideal for couples, families and groups wanting access to a wide range of amenities, attractions and activities such as walking, cycling, riding and watersports.
Within easy reach of Coniston, Windermere and Ambleside, our traditional cottages benefit from the more tranquil pace of life enjoyed amongst the mountains and coastal scenery of the south-west Lakes.

Your holiday rate includes:
Duvets with linen and towels - Initial fuel for wood-burning stove (where fitted) - Wi-Fi Access (where available) - Electricity and central heating - High chair and travel cot if required - Complimentary Welcome Gift.

South Lakes Holiday Cottages invite you to view the following self catering cottages:

8 Copper Rigg no smoking

8 Copper Rigg

8 Copper Rigg Living area showing Kitchen

This terraced cottage has all the benefits of modern living together with up-to-date furnishings and a fresh décor. If you wish to experience a quieter pace of life in a stunning part of the Lake District, this holiday home provides both comfort and value for money.
Sleeping up to 4 guests, the cottage features a contemporary fitted kitchen and open-plan living room with classy leather sofa. Upstairs there is a family bathroom, a light and airy double bedroom and another bedroom with two single divan beds. The sofa converting to a double bed in the sitting area offers extra flexibility while a patio at the back lends itself to summer barbecues. Non-smoking cottage. Pets not permitted.
Sleeps 4
Accommodation
kitchen, dining/sitting room, cloakroom with WC, double bedroom, twin bedroom, family bathroom. Gas central heating.
Ground Floor
Kitchen area with fitted cupboards, gas hob and electric oven, integrated fridge with ice box, microwave, washing machine.
Living room with table and chairs, TV, CD player, sofa and easy chair.
Cloakroom/WC
First floor
Bedroom 1: Double bed.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds.
Bathroom with over-bath shower and WC.
Outdoors
Small paved enclosed area with garden furniture and barbecue.
Designated parking space for 1 car.

Lowfield no smoking

Lowfield

Lowfield Living area and Kitchen

If you are keen to discover a more tranquil area of the Lake District National Park but don't want to drive miles for a good meal out, then Lowfield is the answer. Part of a larger residence, it makes a convenient holiday base offering short as well as longer breaks to suit.
Conveniently located in one of the Lake District's most attractive market towns, the accommodation enjoys a sunny aspect with rural views. Ideal for those wishing to relax in peace and comfort. Travel cot  available for infants but accommodation not suitable for  children. No dogs allowed. Non-smoking.
Sleeps 2
Accommodation (all on ground floor)
Open plan living room and kitchen, bathroom, double bedroom. Gas central heating.
Entrance into:
Living area with wall-mounted TV featuring integral DVD player, hi-fi with i-Pod dock. Electric log-burning effect fire. Sofa converting to double bed. Table with chairs.
Kitchen area with fully fitted units, gas hob, combination oven/microwave, integrated fridge, electric kettle and toaster. Breakfast bar with 2 stools.
Bathroom with bath, shower enclosure, fitted WC and basin. Underfloor heating.
Bedroom with double bed and fitted cupboards. Garden view.
Outdoors
Patio with garden furniture and barbecue. Parking for 1 car.

Address: Broughton and the Duddon Valley
Phone: +44 (0)1229 715104
Website: www.southlakesholidaycottages.co.uk
Email: info@southlakesholidaycottages.co.uk

Cockley Beck Farm, Seathwaite

Cockley Beck Farm

Cockley Beck Cottage

Cockley Beck Kitchen

Ideal for walkers, outdoor enthusiasts and your pet dog, get away from it all at Cockley Beck which is in the heart of the Lake District National Park.
Within the National Trust estate and built in 1869, this working fell farm is home to traditional Herdwick sheep and beef cattle. This holiday cottage is self contained to the side of the farmhouse and provides accommodation for up to 4 persons.
 Cooked meals, packed lunches, washing and drying facilities, and safe storage of outdoor gear are offered to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
A large open-plan kitchen-lounge-diner with electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, washer-dryer, dining table and chairs, setee, armchairs, colour TV with Freeview, DVD and new electric heating.
A ground floor double bedroom with ample storage and electric heating is adjacent to the bathroom.
A spacious twin bedroom with storage and electric heating is on the upper floor accessed by an external stairway. All bedding and towels are provided.
There is ample private parking and storage for bikes and outdoor gear. There are stunning views and a private enclosed orchard garden with patio area, BBQ, table and chairs; great for watching wildlife and spring lambs in the fields. Upon request a broadband ethernet internet connection can be made available in the cottage (ask for details).  If you use online shopping, the area is covered by Tesco grocery delivery, so you can get all your food delivered to the door ready for your arrival.
Well behaved dogs are welcome free of charge.

Address: Cockley Beck Farm, Seathwaite, Broughton in Furness, Cumbria LA20 6EQ
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716480
Website: www.cockleybeck.co.uk
Email: sandra@cockleybeck.co.uk

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Broughton Caravans and Camping Accommodation

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Broughton Hostel Accommodation

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