This lovely three-bedroom holiday cottage in Steel Green, Cumbria, is ideal for a family break. Set on the outskirts of a community with watersports and a bar, and just a short distance from a neighbouring beach, this is an exquisite setting. The open-concept area is ideal for families to spend quality time together, and there are two off-road parking places. Inside, you'll find a light and open living area with a corner sofa where you can rest and unwind with a cup of tea. It has a smart TV with a DVD player, an electric flame-effect fire, and a kitchen with a gas stove, microwave, and refrigerator with an ice box to keep your drinks cold. When the meals are ready, gather around the six-person dining table or step out onto the decking to take in the views of Black Combe and the rolling hills. When the evening comes to a close, come inside and take a hot shower before choosing one of three bedrooms in which to rest your head. The first bedroom is a nicely decorated double room, while the second and third bedrooms are twin rooms with a convenient Jack-and-Jill shower room door. As the group's gourmand makes a home-cooked breakfast, wake up with a steaming cup of coffee on the picnic bench. Take advantage of the on-site amenities, such as The Ski Bar for a refreshing pint and on-site watersports, for a fun-filled day. Take a walk on Haverigg Beach or visit the National Trust's Sandscale Haws National Nature Reserve. Visit Broughton In Furness, a market town where the Swinside Stone Circle, a stunning Bronze Age construction and one of the best-preserved in the UK, can be found. The Black Cock Inn and the Old Kings Head, both fantastic venues to enjoy a pint or a meal, are among the town's many superb restaurants and taverns. Travel a little further to Lake Windermere, where you'll find the World of Beatrix Potter Attraction and the National Trust's Hill Top. Plus, if you're feeling brave, try the Treetop Trek or Treetop Nets at the Treetop Lake District. At The Maples, you'll find all of this and more.
About the location
Millom 1.8 miles; Broughton-in-Furness 8 miles.
Haverigg, a village on the south-west coast of Cumbria, England, historically part of the county of Cumberland lies at the mouth of the Duddon Estuary, a protected area important for birds and other wildlife. Haverigg has an extensive, quiet Blue Flag beach. There is also access to a seawall with a lighthouse, which protects Hodbarrow Lagoon, part of Hodbarrow RSPB Reserve. The West coast attractions, the Lakes, the Lake District and the 1000ft high fell of Black Combe, are all easily reached from this relaxing resort. The village offers a wide range of accommodation, along with a range of cafes and pubs. Haverigg additionally boasts safe beaches and children’s adventure play features, making it a good place to visit for families with children. Close by, is the attractive town of Millom with its castle and historic attractions, then for more amenities and sightseeing, why not take a trip to Broughton-in-Furness.