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Wain Garth ref: 124108

Satterthwaite near Coniston, Coniston, Hawkshead & Sawrey
3 Stars
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  • Sleeps 66
ParkingYesGardenYes
2 person discountYesFire/WoodburnerYes
SmokingNoInternet accessYes

Description

Four miles south of Hawkshead and midway between Coniston Water and Lake Windermere lies the small, quiet village of Satterthwaite. Satterthwaite retains a real sense of rural community, village life revolving around the green, All Saints Church and the traditional pub, The Eagles Head. The area offers wonderful walking, biking and bird watching opportunities and the famous Visitor Centre at Grizedale Forest has ample to entertain the whole family. Wain Garth is in the centre of the village, in the very heart of rural life and has fabulous uninterrupted views across the central lake ranges. Refurbished to an excellent standard, Wain Garth has been thoughtfully prepared for letting by its owners with clever use of soft furnishings and co-ordinating decor to complete the look. The main bedroom, with ornate Victorian style four poster bed, is particularly luxurious and the views of the garden and countryside can be enjoyed while horizontal! The tiered gardens are a delight at any time of year and give ample opportunity for sitting out and soaking up the atmosphere of this tranquil village.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Wain Garth is heated by a woodburner and some storage heaters and comprises:
Side entrance into...
Hallway: With understairs storage and useful desk area.
Lounge: Super room with lovely views over the garden and to the fells beyond, with corner sited woodburner, TV with basic Sky digital package, video and DVD player.
Kitchen: With Bosch appliances, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, fridge/freezer and CD/Hi-Fi.
Dining room: Situated a few steps down from the kitchen and enjoying a super outlook.
Bathroom: With corner bath, hand held shower attachment, hand basin and WC.

First floor

Bedroom 1: Romantic double bedroom with a four poster bed.
Bedroom 2: King size bedroom.
Bedroom 3: Twin bedroom.
Shower room: With shower cubicle, hand basin and WC. 

Facilities

All gas, electric and bed linen provided. Initial supply of logs only supplied but more available from the office or local shop. Cot and highchair available. There is regular Wi-Fi access for guests at the cottage via the BT Home Hub system, the network name and the password are clearly displayed in the cottage.

Miscellaneous

Delightful gardens with patio furniture. Private parking for one large, or two small cars. Parking on the lane is not permitted.
Please note: There is an access statement available for this property, if required please call 01228 599 960

Nearest townHawksheadShops1 1/2 miles
Distance4 milesRestaurant4 1/2 miles
Nearest railway stationWindermerePub
DistanceLake4 miles

About the local area

The delightful village of Coniston nestles at the foot of the famous Coniston Old Man fell (From where you get superb views of Coniston Water and Lake Windermere) and nearby to the Grizedale Forest. The village has a welcoming feel and traditional Lake District warmth to it; visitors will find plenty of shops and cafes in which to relax while they soak up the scenery and gentle pace of life.

A popular centre for walkers, climbers and cyclists, the area is also well known for Coniston Water; setting for the famous children’s story, Swallows and Amazons and also scene of Donald Campbell’s tragic world water-speed record attempt in 1967. Nowadays the Victorian steam yacht ‘Gondola’ which first went into service in 1859 and was restored in 1977 by the National Trust, plies the five miles of water from April to October. You can hire rowing boats, electric boats, kayaks and dinghies from Coniston Boating Centre on the lakeshore.

Take the opportunity to visit the Ruskin Museum, for local history, and ‘Brantwood’ on the shores of Coniston Water, former home to the poet John Ruskin.

Positioned between Coniston Water and Windermere, Hawkshead is arguably the quaintest location in the lakes, with white washed cottages dating back to the 16th century, charming old pubs and tea shops along narrow traffic-free streets.

The village is busy with tourists who come to see the Grammar school where, in the 1780’s William Wordsworth developed inspiration for this early poetry and home to the Beatrix Potter gallery showing her original drawings for her children’s books. The village hosts the annual Victorian fair and agricultural/sports show every summer.

Broughton-in-Furness is well situated a few miles west of nearby Coniston, and is becoming a favoured destination for the more discerning visitor, who appreciate its tranquil charm and acknowledge it as part of the "Undiscovered Lakeland". In the Square is the town hall, once the market hall, and now the Tourist Information Centre, two slate fish market slabs, and old stocks, which together with the surrounding three storey merchants houses, creates a unique feeling to this historic market town. There is also a good selection of amenities within the village including an award winning restaurant.

Things to do nearby

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What our customers say about Wain Garth

Aj Langmead -

Excellent in every way.


Coniston Water

The third largest lake in the Lake District is Coniston Water measuring five miles long and half a mile wide. This is a very popular tourist attraction with a cafe by the pier.

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Grizedale Forest

The popular woodland of Grizedale Forest measures over 24km squared and is full of activities and attractions to enjoy during your holiday.

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Cookhouse Galleries

Cookhouse galleries are a family run business which was first set up back in 1981 and is well known for its wide variety of artwork and photography from many different artists from the Lake District area.

Beatrix Potter Gallery

A gallery of Beatrix Potter’s illustrations and drawings can be found in the 17th Century building which was once the office to her solicitor husband, William Heelis. The gallery has a ever changing exhibition of her work with a room styled as her husband once had it as an office.

Brantwood House and Gardens

The Brantwood historic house and gardens was once the home of John Ruskin who is a well known part of the history of Coniston for his large collection of writings, drawings and watercolours. The house is also a museum showing a collection of Ruskin’s possessions for you to explore.

Go Ape in Grizedale Forest

If rope bridges, tarzan swings and zip wires sound like your thing, Go Ape is the place to go during your holiday. This challenging course is up high in the tree tops and is an exhilarating adventure for all ages.

Hill Top

Hill Top was once home to the well known and amazing Beatrix Potter and is open to go and visit. It is the perfect place to go and learn about the lovely author who brought the wonderful tales of the animals in the lakes to life!

Ruskin Museum

Since 1901 Ruskin museum has been open for visitors in Coniston, it was set up in memory of John Ruskin who was well known for his talents in the Victorian era, just a few of these talents are in art, geology, writing and teaching. The museum shows information and artifacts about the history of Coniston.

Walking to Lever Waterfalls & Levers Water

If you are walking in the Coppermines Valley area then you should definitely visit the Lever Waterfalls and the reservoir of Levers Water.

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Fell Foot Park

The views of Lake Windermere beyond the park are breathtaking. The Victorian lawns and garden sweep away to fine picnic areas and lakeshore. Enjoy The Boathouse Cafe with its patio, where you can enjoy watching the boats and soak in the atmosphere.

Lake Windermere

Windermere is the largest natural lake in England and is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Lake District.

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Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway

The Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway was originally used to carry passengers from Lakeside to Ulverston and Barrow and then on into Lancashire.

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The World of Beatrix Potter

The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction in Bowness on Windermere, takes you on a journey through the life and work of Beatrix Potter.

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Cycling in Grizedale Forest

As well as several designated walking paths Grizedale Forest Park also provides dedicated routes for cyclist and mountain bikers. There are a range of waymarked trails that lead around the forest.

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Walk around Tarn Hows

The beautiful area around Tarn Hows is a very popular place for tourists, with three adjoining tarns uniquely surrounded with a mass of coniferous woodland.

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Old Man of Coniston Walks

Overlooking the village of Coniston is the beautiful fell known as the ‘Old Man of Coniston'. A part of the Furness Fells, this summit is over 800 metres high and is interesting to the eye with evidence mining that was done here years ago.

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Coniston Brewing Company

Hidden behind the pub in Consiton is the ‘Coniston Brewing Company’. Local ales have been brewed here since 1995 and you can taste one of these six popular beers in the Black Bull Inn situated in front of the brewery.

Esthwaite Water

Near the popular attraction of Hawkshead, you will find the small lake of Esthwaite Water which is often hidden away from the usual high levels of tourists. With a large variety of fish and wildlife, this lake is often stunning in the summer when it becomes awash with water lilies.

St Martins Church

This impressive parish church was built in 1483 and comprises of an outstanding east window, statue of St Martin and marble reredos by Paley and Austin. The church is open to visitors on Wednesdays, Thursday mornings.

Hawkshead and Claife

Hawkshead village, home to the Beatrix Potter Gallery is surrounded by beautiful scenery.

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Cumbrian Cottages is a trading name of Wyndham Vacation Rentals (UK) Ltd. Registered in England and Wales. Company Registration Number 00965389. VAT Registration Number GB 598 2299 77. Registered Office: Spring Mill, Earby, Barnoldswick, Lancashire BB94 0AA.