Lake District Cottages 
Coniston - Torver - Satterthwaite - Grizedale 

Low Water End - Water Yeat - Coniston Water

It's an absolute delight to include this property. If you ever read Swallows & Amazons (Arthur Ransome) then you'll not be able to resist this fabulous chance to have your own private jetty and you are allowed to borrow the owners kayak and rowing boat (if you don't have your own) too! 

  • Sleeps 6 in three bedrooms : 1 x King-size (can be twin on request) / 1 x Ground-floor double with en-suite (shower over bath) / 1 x twin
  • Large garden with decking and seating
  • PRIVATE JETTY 
  • Open plan living with wood-burning stove and picture windows 
  • Pet friendly 
  • WiFi
  • Off road parking
  • Shops approx 5.1 miles / Pub approx 2.2 miles

Owners note :

The property is not enclosed and leads to Coniston Water - so children and pets must be supervised at all times. 

Guests are welcome to borrow the kayak or rowing boat and can of course bring their own launch. 

Further photographs and information about this Lake access to Coniston Water self catering accommodation can be found here


Bluebell Cottage - Coniston

Fabulous lake view - Sleeps 4 Coniston views with wood burning stove
  • Sleeps 4 ( 1 x double / 1 x twin)
  • Cot / Highchair available
  • Beautiful window seat in the lounge with view of the lake
  • Wood-burning stove - logs available to purchase locally 
  • TV & DVD
  • Shower is over the bath
  • Small enclosed terrace garden with furniture and views of the Lake
  • Store for bikes / canoe
  • No pets
  • Shops / pub / restaurants quarter mile
  • Parking permit for use in near-by car park

* please note that this property has an open staircase and 11 steps to the entrance of the property and as it was built before car parking spots were needed you'll find a parking permit for a nearby car park to home your vehicle whilst here. 

Bluebell Cottage quite simply has stunning views.  The cottage garden opposite the house has patio furniture, perfect for you to enjoy the view of Coniston Water and the fells. The views can also be enjoyed from inside, from both the lovely cushioned window seat in the lounge and also the double bedroom.  

The cottage has plenty of charm with a wood-burning stove and solid oak floor in the lounge and natural slate floor in the modern kitchen. 

Further information including availability and pricing and guest reviews of Bluebell Cottage can be found here


Carrie's Gate - Coniston

Fabulous views of the Lake at Coniston  and walking straight from the door
  • Sleeps 5 ( 1 x double with Lake View / 1 Family room double + single)
  • Highchair and cot available
  • Wood-burning stove
  • Smart TV (free on demand and Netflix account)  & Sound dock
  • Utility room ideal for soggy dogs and wet walking gear
  • Pets allowed
  • Two parking places at the end of the terrace
  • Micro-brewery and award winning bistro / shops/ pubs 10 minute walk

A traditional Lakeland cottage full of charm and with thoughtful updates including a walk in shower and useful utility/mud room for soggy clothes and dogs and a wood-burning stove to snuggle in front of! Add to this amazing views over Coniston Water and walks up and over Coniston Old Man right from the back door. 

Read more about Carrie's Gate and check for availability here


Wain Garth - Satterthwaite - Grizedale

Safer Stays : The owners of this property have taken additional steps which include safe key collection / drop, property sanitation between guests and provision of soap and sanitiser within the property.  

  • Sleeps 6 (1 x 4 poster double/ 1 x kingsize 1 x twin)
  • Highchair and cot available
  • Wood-burning stove
  • TV with Freesat/DVD/WiFi
  • Two bathrooms - 1 with shower cubicle / 1 bath with shower over
  • No pets
  • Parking for 1 large / 2 small cars
  • Pretty Gardens with patio and furniture 
  • Pub 200 yds / Shops 1.5 miles / Restaurant 4.5 miles

In the small village of Satterthwaite Wain Garth is ideal for exploring Grizedale Hawkshead and Windermere in addition to nearby Coniston. 

See more photographs of Wain Garth, read guest reviews and check for availability here


Fellside - Coniston Coppermines

Safer Stays : The owners of this property have taken additional steps which include safe key collection / drop, property sanitation between guests and provision of soap and sanitiser within the property.  

  • Sleeps 2 - 1 x Kingsize 
  • Not suitable for children
  • Open plan small lounge kitchen with wood-burner in original fireplace
  • Coniston copper mines area - so access is via rough track
  • No smoking
  • 1 Pet allowed
  • Freeview TV/DVD/Radio/WiFi
  • Parking for 1 car
  • Small patio with seating to the front of the property
  • Shops / pubs / award winning bistro in Coniston approximately one mile

This is a lovely terrace of traditional miners cottages at the foot of Coniston Old Man in the Coniston Coppermines valley.  

The photograph in the centre of the collage above is the view from the terrace of cottages across to the Coniston Coppermines YHA and the fells of Coniston Old Man and Wetherlam.  So many walks from the door either to the fell tops or to the nearby tarns. 



Swingletree Cottage - Water Yeat

Safer Stays : The owners of this property have taken additional steps which include safe key collection / drop, property sanitation between guests and provision of soap and sanitiser within the property.  

  • Sleeps 4  (1 x double en suite / 1 x twin en suite)
  • Wood-burning stove (initial logs included
  • TV with Freesat / WiFi
  • Enclosed garden with BBQ patio furniture and views
  • No Smoking
  • 1 Pet welcome
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • Bike store
  • Rural location in small hamlet - pubs/restaurant 2miles / shops 5.5miles

At the southern end of Coniston Water, Water Yeat is a small hamlet which remains almost unchanged with bluebells and black Herdwick lambs very much in evidence in spring though the traditional activities of charcoal burning and bobbins has died out.

The barn conversion has exposed beams a wood-burning stove and flagstone floor. The rural location adds to the charm and it is an easy ten minute walk to the Lake Bank Jetty at Coniston Water, ideal for launching a canoe or paddle board,  the rural location also means that shops and pubs are a little further away though nearby Lowick lays claim to fame boasting to be the Lake District National Park's oldest pub. Walks from the door are plentiful and the area is ideal for cyclists too, with the Blawith Loop starting just half a mile from the property.

Read more about Swingletree Cottage, see more photographs, read reviews and check availability here