The Old Bakehouse

Little Arrow, Coniston, Cumbria LA21 8AU

We have eleven great value cottages in and around Coniston, right at the heart of Englands beautiful Lake District. Our properties range from cosy hideaways for two up to larger cottages sleeping twelve which are ideal for families or friends. We hope that you can find all the information you need on our website, but if you do have any questions please contact us by phone or email.

The Old Bakehouse Facilities Include

Peaceful rural location.
Sleeps 2 to 4 persons inc. sofa bed in lounge.
Private outside seating area with views over the garden and fields.
Pets welcome. Use of 2 acre field for exercising.
Dog sitting by prior arrangement.
Coniston village 1½ miles.
Good pubs ½ mile.
Free wifi access.
Spacious living room with TV and DVD/CD player.
Kingsize (or twin) bedroom with TV.
Space for a cot.
En suite bathroom with shower over bath.
Fitted kitchen.
Fridge with freezebox.
Electric hob & oven.
Use of utility room with washer & dryer.
Night storage heating.
Private parking (1).
Coniston Cottages consists of 11 beautiful cottages. Seven of them nestling under the Old Man of Coniston in the hamlet of Little Arrow which is only 2.5 miles south of Coniston village. 3 further cottages are in the village of Coniston sleeping from 5 to 12 people. A super cottage called Low Water End sits on the southern bank of Coniston Water in a most beautiful setting.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi

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