This is a character cottage which has been stylishly enhanced to provide guests with a range of modern conveniences whilst retaining some of the original 1880 features. There is also a recently refurbished wash house which provides guests with additional facilities including utility/boot room, second shower room, equipment drying storage room, secure cycle storage and maintenance area, quiet room. There is a garden and sun terrace with views across the Leven Estuary. Access is via 15 steps.
I live in a cosy townhouse in the heart of Ulverston. The town is bustling with twice-weekly markets, regular festivals, carnivals and events, and a wonderful nightlife, whilst being perfectly located on the edge of The Lake District. 30 minutes drive from Junction 36 of the M6, or 5 minutes walk from Ulverston station, which is an easy transfer from the West Coast Main Line. The room has a modern double bed, a basic wardrobe with hanging and shelf storage, a bedside table and reading lamp.
Bank Cottage is a 'one off' experience of a stay. Once a bank, now a converted cottage. It still has many of the old, period features, including exposed beams and the original flagged floors. Bank Cottage is in the heart of the village of Greenodd, in the Lake District. It is the perfect stay for hikers and families alike. Just a stone throw from the local café, newsagents/post office, Fish and Chip Shop, The Porterage Co. and The Ship Inn means you have the village at your doorstep.