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Thurston View - Part of an elevated terrace of old, stone- miners' cottages which have magnificent views towards Coniston village and the lake; yet only a few minutes walk from the centre of the village. The Cottage has been subject to a thorough but sympathetic renovation resulting in a comfortable layout and a comprehensive range of facilities
Located in the heart of the Lake District, Coniston is a small village with shops, pubs and several cafes/restaurants.
Access to the lake and boating, including the Gondola steam yacht and other boats for hire
There are many walks leaving directly from the village. Across the lake is Grizedale forest whilst to the rear of the Cottage tower the Old Man of Coniston, Wetherlam and the Yewdale Fells. Boat and cycle hire are available locally and many activities can be enjoyed both on the lake and around the village.
The Cottage offers 2 double bedrooms, bathroom with bath and electric shower over, lounge, dining-kitchen, utility room. small patio area to the front of the cottage with bbq and garden furniture.(down some steps). There is a downstairs utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and additional toilet.
All heating and lighting is included as is linen and towels.
BT WiFi is available free of charge
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